|Received:||7/4/2006 10:08:11 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been an IBO for a little over a year. When I first saw the business, I clearly saw an opportunity to make some extra money. But since this is my first time as a Business Owner, I have had to learn a lot of new things, not only about the business, but life in general. The more I continue to educate myself with the system, the more I grow so I can go out and share with the rest of the world what we can do to make a better life for ourselves. It started out, at first, about money and now I see that I have a dream and a purpose in my life like never before. And it keeps me motivated to keep steering in the right direction, since we are all overwhelmed with the day-to-day pressures of life. The money is going to be a definite bonus. But the education of learning to change our thinking and the way we have a chance to live a life that we can only imagine, is priceless. We always let people know this is not a get rich quick plan. We are all about building relationships with people. And it is sad to see the fraudulent companies cannot have a care in the world about people. But I believe Quixtar has the heartbeat that most businesses fail to have. The one comment I would like to make on the proposal is about the 7-day period. All I can say is, that is just not right! People should have a choice to start changing their lives at any given day. If a person wants to sign up and then wait 7 days to get in, that gives them time to hear bad things from other people about the business from another source who just assumes this is just another pyramid scheme. We are honest with our prospects about not being a pyramid scheme. We are here to offer them an opportunity to change there lives not rip them off. We make our new registered IBO’s feel welcome and as long as they want guidance, we are here for them to help them build their own successful business. Thank you Ms. Herauf (California) In closing I just want to say that technology is here to stay and it is growing bigger and better everyday. We are all fighting for our freedom and our dreams with a business that is willing to go that extra mile to make you feel like you are a success. And I just hope that these rules be changed because I feel they could ruin what we are trying so hard to change.