|Received:||7/17/2006 11:22:00 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Hello , I am SSgt Quentin Floyd. My wife and I have been affiliated with Quixtar for a little over a year. Since that time It has been a wise and wonderful decision. Quixtar is a phenominal company that deals with direct sales. We all present people with all the facts and credibility based upon our business model. We are affiliated with some great companies and have great sources of information on the web were people can research and get information. I don't feel that our company should be linked with scams and frauds that are out there. A professional wouldn't take 7 days to evaluate an oppurtunity that has such a small investment. Especially since the company offers a 6 month 100% money back guarantee! That's why people that I talk to get excited about the business. We always let them know that there is no risk when they get started with our business team. Also the proposal to call 10 references in the area before they get started is not fair in two ways. One,I don't think business owners would like being solicated by strangers, and two, people build this business at different paces and have different feelings about the business as well. Some people who don't do the work,expect results. Since this isn't a get rich quick scheme, Some people get in and don't do any work and blame others for their laziness. It's not fair to call some one like that and have them talk to one of my new prospects who is going to do the work that it takes to suceed in this business. A new person should have the right to make their own valid decision without the influence of others. Everything worth having takes hardwork. I'm glad this business encourages that. In 2-5 YEARS not 2-5days, a person could make $150,000, and it takes hard work. Quite frankly I love that about the business. I think that eliminating scams,frauds, and pyramids is a wonderful thing, but some of your proposals will actually hinder businesses that promote free enterprise in the United States of America. Thank you for your time.