|Received:||7/9/2006 2:04:59 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:1. Disclosure information for a potential IBO falls within the scope of the corporation not to be taken from a recruiting IBO. As an IBO I could not give anyone the names of 10 other IBOs in my town because we never meet or know each other. This idea is not practical and should be abolished. 2. Products are best shipped directly from the corporation via 'online' order, plus commissions should be paid directly to the IBO, which avoides any dishonest transactions. Orders can be generated by the Customer or IBO as a service. 3. When an IBO displays their commission check to impress a potential recruit they have a distinct advantage over a new IBO who has not had time to build an impressive paycheck. Free enterprise implies that each new IBO has an equal opportunity to build any desired income.