|Received:||7/16/2006 4:09:07 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:1. I don't see the purpose of making a person wait to sign up in our business since we have a money back guarantee. 2. In our business model we are elated when a prospect wants to meet the team but requiring to give them our mentors info is unncessary not to mention dangerous. I don't know if this person truly wants to build the business or not. Yet he should have my mentors or business partners addresses and phone numbers? 3. You are asking to give information that is detrimental to the decision making of the prospect. It doesn't make sense to put the negative foot first when eveyone knows that businesses run by people will always have negative. It boils down to what that person will do with the opportunity in spite of what people have done in the past. 4. Income claims on our website are action and volume based, and are legal documents. If the person creates the volume and grows the group then they will get the rewards. Every person grows at different intensity levels and will therefore have a different looking business from another IBO. To disclose income claims could influence ones decision negatively even though they could make more money than the person presenting them the opportunity. 5. Out of all the jobs I had, none of my bosses or colleagues showed me their finiancial statements. When I took the job I TRUSTED the board of ed that they would pay me based on my work. So should a prospect trust that the corporation will reward them based on their work. I personally feel that these rules are a personal attack on a legitimately wonderful business model. Finding quality people to build with is a task in itself. The Quixtar opportunity is already the most honest and open business plan in the world. Do not categorize our business with others who might be viewed as "scams". Also don't penalize our business after putting us in that category. I stand in opposition to all of the new proposed FTC rules simply because they are rediculously unnecessary.