|Received:||6/29/2006 5:30:41 PM|
|Organization:||Barber International - Powered by Quixtar|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been building my own business with Quixtar as my supplier and have had nothing but good things from the company. I absolutly love the mentorship and teaching and wish all people would live life in the same manor. A 7 day waiting period would cost me alot of money. When a prospect wants a product and I have to tell them they'll have to wait a week they will probably go elsewhere. Would you like a rain check everytime you went to a new store? Supplying a list of 10 other people and their incomes would be a violation of their privacy rights. A prospect might also be temped to not join with an IBO that has just started and maybe not made a ton or money yet. All new IBO's in my business are introduced to all of my partners within a week or two depending on the new persons schedule. Here they can meet and talk with anyone they choose and make decisions. The Litigation list is not recommended. When I shop at a grocery store I don't get a list of the people who have claims against the store. And if I did supply one, it would have to have the people and their contact information so therfore is privacy involved? Specific Earning Disclosure. This would be unfair to an extent that soe IBO's may have more retail than others OR maybe an IBO is selling more of a more profitable product. Our business supplies a WSA4400 which covers the income schedule.