|Received:||7/17/2006 6:32:17 PM|
|Organization:||International Leadership Development|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:To whom it may concern: I do understand you wanting to protect people from fraud,or "fly by night" companies,but I believe that these proposals are too far-reaching. As a Quixtar affiliate,none of the people that we talk to about our business are coerced to sign up on the spot.All people interested can take as much time to decide if they want to become involved or not.In fact,we encourage people to really grasp the whole concept,before they sign up.Also,the proposal to give 10 refernces,would expose others to an invasion of privacy.When we offer this opportunity to people,we have no idea what they're personal life entails.How do we know that they are truly interested in our opportunity,or just fishing for peoples names and contact info,in order to engage in fraudelent activity? Finally,when we share this business idea with others,we provide them with FTC approved numbers ,as far as what the average income levels are. These numbers represent an income average,but one's income level is totally dependant on how much effort they are willing to invest in their business. Thank you for the consideration of my thoughts.