|Received:||7/10/2006 12:59:29 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:In regards to Business Opportunity Rule R511993 First, the home based business that my parents build while I was growing up allowed my parents to send me to a private school and allowed my mother to stay home with her family. This country is founded on free enterprise and the few who choose to hurt others through scrupulous business dealings should not set the presendence for the many hundreds of thousands doing buisness with good intentions. Home based businesses bring millions into the US and worldwide economy. The seven day waiting period would kill my business. Xango and many other companies offer money back and have an extremely low start up cost. It would create suspicion that is not needed with this company and it's products. When someone is ready to sign up they are ready now and want their product ASAP! The nearest reference action is a joke right!? Customers would not want to disclose their information to others. The process is a huge undertaking! We don't need references when we mortgage our home or good to a new resturant in town. What a joke! Earnings claim, Xango strongly advised not telling and hyping what I or my upline make. They advise to show the comp plan and tell people this "could be" more or less depending on what you do! Legal actions need not be disclosed in a document. Any person who has a brain can look up doc's on the internet or do their own research. This causes to many uncertainities unrelated to the business. Cancellation and refunds...how many cancellations has aol.com had this last year? How many refunds given out! How many people love the service and could not live without it! If a company has a good return policy, this should not apply.