|Received:||7/17/2006 7:31:05 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been involved in the business of Quixtar for 4 years and the leadership, mentors, and the overall business is nothing less than built on honesty and integrity. From the beginning, my sponsors and mentors have always presented the business materials, products, and advice with substantial support of why and how Quixtar works, who it works for ---which is us---each individual who is trying to make a difference in their lives and others. From the initial introduction of the business to prospects, nothing is hidden the prospect is welcomed to view the website, meet other new IBO's and other successful IBO's who have been in the business for a long period. Before registering, each IBO is thoroughly explained the fees, the products, and how the income is made. They are fully informed that the business and all the products are 100% guaranteed. Therefore, I don't believe a reference list from their sponsor would effect how that individual will perform. This leads into the why the Quixtar business is not a get rich quick deal...everyone is responsible for their success and has the business leaders to lead them in the right direction. There is no pressure for these individuals to register. Simply, if they are interested, they are interested. If for some reason they lose interest for whatever reason, then the 100% back guarantee becomes in effect. This is why I don't believe the 7 day rule would be beneficial. The idea of allowing prospects calling other IBO's is unnecessary and infriges on an individual's privacy. As a doctor, it is the same thing if a patient comes for care. In my office, they get a complimentary visit to explain what their care plan entails, why it is important they get care, and what they are investing their time and finances in to---in this case their health. If they choose to move forward with treatment, then they do so. If for any reason they question something, they are answered and they can question the patients present in the office. It is against health and privacy violations to call and bother other patients for their opinion. Quixtar is another a business created so consumers can benefit from buying what they do already instead of large companies gaining all the income. It is just another business but a business that is built with high moral standards and integrity where all mentors and leaders are there to lead you to personal growth and financial growth. Just as any situation, if you love the atmosphere, the benefits, the individuals involved, and what the orginzation stands for, then you stay involved. If you do not and you question the integrity of the group, then you get out....the bottom line, Quixtar had been in existence too long, doing business debt free with large fortune 500 companies (like Circuit City, Barnes and Nobles, etc) with complete honesty and integrity and with millions of individuals or Independent Business Owners and customers all over the nation and several countries for far too long to be trying to scam anyone...