|Received:||7/16/2006 10:19:11 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have found quixtar IBO's to have the oportunity to truely earn in proportion to the efforts they have made. Because of the teaching made available to me through my line of sponsorship my life has been enhanced in all aspects. Everyone registers with the knowledge their money for regestration or products is fully refundable. I was made aware and always stress to my prospects that this is a business opportunity which requires work and is not get rich quick. When I register a new IBO I do not make money on their $150 registration fee. Income is generated for me only as I help a new person get their business profitable. In requiring 7 days waiting time for a new person to register valuable time is wasted for the new person in getting their business started. It benefits a new person to start quickly while they are excited about a new start. With the passing of 7 days the spark of hope that I inspire while sharing my opportunity has a high probably of being lost. If $'s invested in starting thier business are fully refundable I feel a rule to wait 7days to be an unjust hardship to growing my business. The beauty of the Quixtar opportunity is that each person earns what they have worked for. There is no free lunch in this opportunity! What a registering IBO earns has no reflection on what his new referal will earn. Everyones earnings are their own responsibility. We as registering IBO's can not force a new person to earn $. We can show them how and encourage them but not force them. Therefor disclosing of our earnings could certainly be a detriment to the new person getting a business started as tey have not yet made any substancial income. And certainly disclosing incomes and other information would voilate our privacy. To provide a new person with the names of other people who could possibly put them into their business after I have done the work to find and share information with them is an unreasonable reguest! People I am sharing the business opportunity with are always told by me that I am showing them a business and numbers which have been approved by the FTC. I feel it is the responsibility of the FTC to wade through the legal action's charged against companies to find which are valid claims and which aren't. Prospective IBO's should not be foced to read through claims as they do not have all the legal knowledge required to make decisions as to which claims are valid or which might relate to their business.