|Received:||7/17/2006 11:52:43 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:My husband and I have been in Quixtar for about two years. I have been able to be a stay at home mother and home school my children. My goal is to help more families get back together and to get off of welfare. I believe that if more parents (or at least mothers) are at home there would be less violence in this world and more people would know how to respect one another. This is the only way that I know how to be able to have enough time to help people in need. This is not just a business, it’s a family. You start caring for the people you see every week. You can pick up the phone and call anyone that's in Quixtar and they will help you in any way that they can. For $150.00 you don't just get into a business, you get into a group of people that know all the same stuff and that ALL want you to succeed. That amount also gets you product samples and business education materials to get you started. Everyone knows, if you don't like what you hear or if something happens your money is refundable. I have never heard of that in any other business. You can also return anything you don't like, and there aren’t any quotas, so there is no way in Quixtar that you can "lose your shirt!" I have lived in a lot of places so I am able to send my friends from other states to a meeting and they hear what I hear, they also get all the information that I have. This is the only business that I know about that it truly doesn’t matter what your education is, race, sex, or capabilities are. You are equal here. We're not doing this just for the money we truly want to help people. Having the seven-day period will slow us down from helping people.