|Received:||7/16/2006 10:20:59 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Let me start by letting you know how glad I am to hear that there is something being done about rip-off companies that do not do anything but cause problems. I have been an IBO for a little bit over 2 years and I am extremely thankful for the opportunity given to me. I am currently a college student mayoring in Mechanical Engineering as well as Business Management. I also work as a coordinator as well as educator for New Jersey Institute of Technology. Given my backround in the education field I can say that I was very scheptical when I saw the marketing plan, so I was given an incredible amount of facs, links, testimonials as well as the information that is not so positive to the business. After viewing the FTC and BBB websites, I reached my decition. Ever since the day I saw the plan, I had ethical, credible, respectful and reliable mentorship and they always undersell the business; ie: they always tell me im gonna make less than I actually make when I reach certain levels in the business. Because of this opportunity I am looking to help a lot of people make money so they can get out of debt as well as other goals; and that is very fulfilling to me. The reason I mentioned all of that is because most of the things the FTC is asking for, we already do; however, things like giving other peoples names and personal information is very inconsiderate since we dont fully really know the people we talk to about the business, we usually get to know them in the follow up interview and then we decide if the are ethical people or not. In my opinion that is very unfair for IBOs (including myself) to have our information going around to people we have not gotten to meet yet. I am also very happy to give information about our law suits, as long as they were true, real, and not made up by some 15 year old that goes by anonimous. Lastly I would like to add that in my team we dont let anyone get started untill both parties(them and us) are certain that the person who is getting started got all the available links, information and everything they need so we really do have a period of time between the time the person sees the plan and the moment the actually get started. So the seven day rule is not necesary but it is certanly nothing we havent been doing. I really hope this information helps and the right decition is made and please help us get rid of illegal, money stealing rip-offs or scams out there. Whatever happens I am very sure that the Quixtar name will be held up high for as long as we stay as honest and transparent as we are.