|Received:||6/28/2006 5:10:16 PM|
|Organization:||Sharryn The Wealth|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Hello, my name is Sharryn Harvey, and I recently became an IBO with CNG, a part of Quixtar. I have been an IBO for two months now, and I wanted to give my comments about the proposed rules from the FTC. In response to the proposed rule that prospective IBO's get names and contact information from other IBO's, prospectives always have the chance to meet other IBO's, whether in their own group or not, through many meetings, conferences and e-mails. Even before I registered, I was always around other business owners who either had already registered or were just beginning like myself. Also, prospectives with Quixtar and CNG go through a pretty extensive interview process where they are given information about how the business works, what they could expect to get from the business, and the financial plan. The income plan is given in terms of averages, and registrants are always told actual numbers can be more or less depending on how much work they want to do. Everyone is also told that this is not a "get rick quick" deal, and that the process can take anywhere from 2-5 years, depending on how much effort the person puts in. I am always happy to tell people about the business or refer them to other IBO's who may know answers to questions I do not. The lines of communication are constantly open, and any questions and concerns can be answered one way or another. The prospective is always free to deny registration and has the opportunity to say they do not want to be a part of our community. There is never any pressure to sign up. We are all well aware there are some companies out there that are only out to take people's money, but Quixtar and CNG are one of few that are willing to help people get money so long as they are willing to work for it. Thank you for your time.