|Received:||7/2/2006 9:56:47 AM|
|Organization:||R/B Associates International, Inc.|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Sirs, I have been associated with the owners of Quixtar.com for 29 years and they have always been the best. I have not ever seen or been associated with persons who "cheated" in recruiting new associates. We're not paid anything for "signing up" anyone and only "profit" by helping that person(s) to succeed. Our products are great and we stand firmly behind them. By requiring a 7 day waiting period, you grossly complicate the growth of a business AND it is usual that it takes several discussions with the prospect to give him/her enough info to make a decision. Some of your regulations heavily impact my rights as well as the rights of others in our business. I hope you will be very, very careful NOT to impinge upon rights--a big issue in todays America. Keep in mind that the greatest success comes when you help someone be successful. Our program of success motivation is unparalleled and has create more earners than any other program in our country--or the world. We stand behind our programs. I know that not everyone becomes successful and that is true in every endeavor BUT the ones that want to can make it if they follow success principles of honesty and integrity. Please consider carefully what you will do to a fine industry if you impose most, or even all, of the rules you propose. I believe that you probably will stiffle a growing industry that is extremely self-regulating and self-inspecting. Our company, Quixtar.com is definitely that type of business organization.