|Received:||7/17/2006 3:37:12 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been an IBO for 17months. When I registered I received information about Quixtar. I did not feel rush into anything. When I sponsor other people I tell them all information about Quixtar. There start up fee is $150.00 money back if they change there mind. They understand that this is not a "get rich quick scheme" and that there is guarantees of there success. That information is put up front before them. I don't see where a seven day waiting period would really be effective in making a sound decision about owning a e-commerce business through Quixtar. Their decisions will be be basesd upon their own decision. I would not want my private information giving to people. That would violate my privacy rights plus so many others. That would give a risk for prospects to sign up with other IBO and take from my business. That would not a fair for business owner. IBO's are given the average monthly gross income. My income from Quixtar as an IBO is and will not be based upon their income through Quixtar. I tell them how Quixtar has made an impact in my life. How my lifestyle has changed. I would not be comfortable given out my finanical statement to prospect, that is private. Every IBO and prospect is given every resepect to making their own decisions toward Quixtar with out any pressure put upon them.