|Received:||7/13/2006 4:17:56 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:1 A seven-day waiting period This would mean that a potential new Consultant could not join until seven days after being provided with detailed papers about the business. An interested Hostess might have to wait to turn her Show into a Starter Show. She'd lose the momentum of her enthusiasm and that of her friends and family. 2 Ten required references To sponsor someone, it would be necessary for you to provide each potential new Consultant with names and phone numbers of ten geographically closest Consultants so they could get references about PartyLite. Not only would this be time-consuming from a clerical point of view, it might even be considered an invasion of privacy for other Leaders and Consultants. This is an extreme incomvenience on all honest consultants who run their own business. We are independent "business" people. The regulations that would be required will loose us a lot of new people, who will loose their momentum and the joy of being their own business person. Go after the real people who are trying to "rip off " the public. PartyLite has not been in business for over 30 years by being dishonest, we hold ourselves to the highest principals of business, hosesty and intergrity.