|Received:||6/26/2006 9:19:17 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Dear Sirs, In this day and age any consumer has access to all the information they want when researching an opportunity. Laws and policy cannot protect a fool from himself. As I appreciate government I do not appreciate the constant restraint of our rights. Is there any part of american life that the government does not want to control? Any business owner or prospect should conduct their due diligence before making a committment. The Team and Quixtar have fair policy in place but it is still the responsiblity of the consumer to do the research. Frankly we don't want anyone who isn't smart enough to look into what they are signing up for. There are many products and services available that are not healthy or smart for the consumer to purchase or become involved in yet these products and services are available to anyone with the cash. People have the right to invest, spend and buy whatever we choose and even if policy is put in place to "protect" a consumer a fool still won't pay attention or read the information given. Quixtar does not advertise untrue information. When I joined the Team and started purchasing goods through Quixtar I did my research and was well aware of the risk. So again, I say let a fool and his money part. If the fool doesn't squander it in one place, they will squander it someplace else. Will you be standing there each time he throws away money and then cries about it later, probably not.