|Received:||7/14/2006 4:17:37 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been an IBO with Quixtar for 6 months. I have tried some other internet based-work from home businesses and they have all been a complete let down. Many online businesses don't disclose all information until you pay, and then you find out they don't even help you build the business after that. With Quixtar we already disclose the information needed to make an informed decision. I feel there should be disclosure, not necessarily legal history for 10 years, although I feel Quixtar has nothing they haven't shared with me. I am part of a team helping that helps me grow my business and I was given enough opportunity to see the plan before registering, so I believe a 7 day waiting period does not have to be manditory. I am also given the chance to get a full refund, so there is no need to change anything for this organization. Other companies should also give that cancellation policy. I believe it would hurt my business if I had to give my contacts a list of other IBO's in my area. We offer perspective IBO's the opportunities to meet with peers at almost any time, which has given my business much credability, without risking any loss of interest to me. Also I do not feel I should have to disclose my financial information to a prospect, they are given adequite financial information based on the Quixtar yearly profit and what is a average of IBO's incomes. That was enough for me to make the decision to change my lifestyle. Everyone works at a different pace and time limitations to create their individual income levels. I believe Quixtar & it's team makes the business as credable and upfront as it can and my life is changing already because of this opportunity. Many other companies I have just wasted money on without the means to get it back, but not with Quixtar's cancellation policies already in place. Thank you for counting my opinion.