|Received:||6/30/2006 8:31:16 AM|
|Organization:||World Wide Group (Dreambuilders)|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:My wife and I have been Independent Business Owners since 1982. At that time we had just come off of a 1 1/2 year separation in our marriage. In short, because of the hope of a better future, the ability to work together, and having a success system to follow in all aspects of life has had an incredible positive impact on our family. We have now been happily married 35 years (even though we feel like we are in our 30's) and have been financially secure since 1989. I grew up in a business family and then had my own traditional businesses and this opportunity is far superior. I would like to address some specific issues: We do not need any waiting period for potential IBO's to determine if they have made an intelligent decision. If one is deemed necessary, then the government should require a waiting period on all fast foods (to see if they are healthy) and about everything else we do on planet earth. Having many Fortune 500 companies networking with Quixtar is all the references you need, don't you think? Earning disclosures are fine as long as the information is accurate. For example, it has been determined by the government that an active. IBO is one who meets any One of the following criteria just just once during the year. 1. Attempted to retail a product 2. Attempted to show the opportunity 3. Attended a meeting 4. Received a bonus check That would be like me saying I'm on a active fitness program because I got on treadmill for 3 minutes one time during the year. You and I both know that would be inaccurate thinking. Working out a minimum 2 times per week for 30 minutes is considered active. Why should it be any different for this opportunity. Thank you for allowing my input.