|Received:||6/30/2006 6:28:58 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Go to. tracking number 522418-05335 where I neglected to respond and give my opinion about some proposed FTC regulations that may effect my Quixtar business Regarding a 7 day wait period for prospects. I feel this would be cause much confusion and corruption in our business. As an example if I drove to a prospect's house, demonstrated the products and explained our high quality etc. and told the prospect that I couldn't register him for 7 days, he would find an IBO who could register him right now. This rule would hurt IBOS who work with the rules. 10 references? If I obeyed this rule I could violate the privacy of at least friends. If one of them was not my friend , he may tell the prospect why it would be more beneficial for the the prospect to join with him because he would give more and better assistant. Another bad idea. Lawsuits! I would have no idea of how to research all of the lawsuits of any major company. This would really be a stupid way to motivate someone to become a Quixtar IBO. I do know there have been no lawsuits regarding the way I run my business. I also know some Distributors did illegal things without Quixtar's permission and Quixtar was included as a "Deep Pocket." This would be a bad requirement for honest IBOS. Make a disclosure for every income claim. That would be OK. if I could verify the claim. It would be OK to state my income. It would be OK of what I expect to earn at different brackets. It would not be OK to include "tools" income along with Quixtar Income. Privately produced "tools" and not marketed by Quixtar. That is a separate business. Show personal financial document to verify my income.? This is not a sound business practice in any business. We build a Quixtar Network to provide a long term income. The first few months in the business we earned either nothing or very little. Bad Idea.