|Received:||7/15/2006 5:04:15 PM|
|Organization:||MMP AN AFFILIATE OF QUIXTAR|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been in my business since 1998. There have been numerous changes, however the ones that are on the table are, in my opinion, absurd. Not being able to register prospects for seven days will guarantee that our sponsoring rate will go down considerably. Time and excitement are what makes my business run and grow... I would not even think of furnishing any prospect with a list of references, or provide them with contact info on any IBO'S, no less 10. Have you heard of secure identity?. Maybe these people do not want their info divulged to prospects who are not planning to sign up but want the names we have....for their own means....I would not like anyone giving out my information unless I agreed to it... I am not a lawyer and I am not privy to any supposed suits against Quixtar. If I were a prospect who is concerned about legal matters I would check on them myself...Why give out more information than is necessary. IBO's are in business for themselves...If they have to prove every transaction to their prospects this would be a sad state of affairs. I am an upstanding citizen with another business besides this one and my integrity has never been challenged. If a prospect would not believe that I am doing what I say I am, I don't wnat them on my team. My group is comprised of honest upstanding members and I consider this an insult to question their ethics and integrity... This business has been in existence since 1959. We have always been lauded as the model of what we do. It seems to me that there are a lot of dissatisfied people lurking out there who can't have what we have so they are trying to weaken us. There is strength in numbers and our numbers continue to grow....Why would the FTC or any other Government Bureau want to spoil what is good...IF IT AIN'T BROKE...DON'T FIX IT.