|Received:||6/29/2006 12:48:24 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I'm writing to you to say that the suggestions you are proposing, with regards to multi-level businesses, are something that I already do as an IBO with Quixtar. Before I joined I needed to know exactly how the business worked and how I would get my bonuses. After I found out how this was done I was sold on the idea. I've only been in this business for a month and I'm already going to be getting a bonus check. It's not a real big check but not bad for only being in for a month. Whenever I talk to someone who is serious about this business I tell them exactly what it's done for me and where I want to take my business. I show them spreadsheets that I use to keep track of my tax deductions as well as how much I spend and I even what I buy. Quixtar is the real deal. I joined in June 2006 and I am very excited about what I can do with this business. If I choose to not invite people into my business I could still make money and that to me is a real business. When you make any decisions with regards to how to handle fraudulent multi-level businesses, please take into consideration what effects it will have on IBO's like myself who are working with reputable companies like Quixtar.