|Received:||6/27/2006 12:29:42 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been an independent business owner for the last five years. Since starting my own independent business, I have been able to get rid of a large amount of Credit Card Debt. Other than money, my wife and I are happier because we are accomplishing something together and not going seperate ways with two different set of goals. We are on one accord and the business has contributed to that. This is the only business that my wife and I decided that we can fit into our busy schedules as professionals, it allows us the flexibilty to work at our own pace. I remember when I got registered, my sponsor took me through a process of getting me all of the viable information that I needed in order to make a educated decision, and not just start a business off of the emotion that I was excited. And we have duplicated this method passed on from our sponsor, everytime we register someone, it usually takes us about 5-7 days to actually get them started and sometimes longer depending on the persons schedule. Because we make sure that we relay the message that this is not get rich quick and that there is work involved, we have found that people respect that and want to be around you more because they trust you. Prospects usually spend about $125 to get registered with Quixtar, and that includes all registration fee and optional product pack as well. And they have 1 year to get their money refunded if they so choose. In closing, my wife and I love the business and we are excited because the residual income that we make from this business will be the source of sending our future children to private school and college. So please evalutate closely any changes that are on the table about making a adjustment to how or industry and our business model works. Thank You.