|Received:||7/17/2006 1:23:41 PM|
|Commenter:||chun b guan|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I am Chun Bin Guan, and have been IBO for three years. I believe through this business I will achive my goal. I will make money, get more health, and will be happy person. Before I started this business, I understand it required hard work, and is not quick money. And no guarantee of success. We pay the fee of registeration, if we decided leave business within one year, we will get fully money back. Regarding the seven days of waiting, I think is not necessary. Anyone if they wants to start the business, they should start right way. Besides they like to try the products too. Why they have to wait seven days to start? The requirement of to provide reference, it will cause a risk that my prospect maybe register with one of the reference. If I have to get other IBO's name, address, and phone number, it would violate the privacy too. Provide the litigation list will cause more problem, such as the law violations. I do not think any IBO would like to provide earning disclosures. Because it is personal information. It is not good idea the IBO should provide the income to the prospect, Quixtar business is individual's business. Each IBO may earn different all depends on how much hard work they put into. If one IBO works very hard will more money. One the other hand, if another IBO works less will make less money. If the FTC required IBO provide the financil records to other prospects, I think is inappropriate. Because how much I make is my own business, I do not like to let others know. This is vviolate the provicy policy too.