|Received:||6/16/2006 11:16:35 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been a consultant for PartyLite for almost four years now. I disagree with a seven day waiting period since people see the product, get excited and want to start selling. Waiting seven days would lose that excitement and make our work much more difficult. PartyLite gives them an option if they change their mind to return the kit for cash. No waiting period needed. I love what I do and don't want to stop selling our wonderful candle. PartyLite has fantastic work ethics and before you start make changes that shouldn't be, give PartyLite a ring and hear what they have to say about these matters. They have been in business for 33 years, so they must be doing something right. The second thing is ten people in the area if you sponsor someone. Now, not every consultant has those ethics that PartyLite does, but should, so giving names of people you don't know, no way. I want my privacy and not my number given out to anyone and I don't want someone else luring away a sponsor if they are from another region. That idea does not work with direct selling. Very bad idea!!! I started PartyLite for fun and now it's a business that pays for my kids private school and part of our house payment. If these pass, I think many people would quit direct selling and that is not fair. Pleas do not consider these as any option. Thanks for listening....