|Received:||6/16/2006 5:58:26 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I think that if you implement some of these changes across the board, it will hurt my company's business. We are doing things ethically. We have been in business for 33 years. If you want to curtail the activities of the bad companies, then this should be implemented for all new companies, and those in who have been in business less than 5 years. Our company has a proven track record of being ethical. To make these new companies go through a 'probation' period to make sure they are doing things the right way, might be the way to go. We furnish our prospective consultants, male and female with a list of our upline, so if there are questions, they can ask. We invite them to meetings free of charge so they can ask others about the business. They have access to web pages that prove we are not scam artists. I have been scammed before, so to give a new person a list with my name on it and they are untrustworthy would be against my rights. Especially if I was unaware how many people had used me as a reference. I do not wish to have my identity stolen again. I am sure there are others who feel as I do. I still think that these new companies if they are legitamate, won't mind having a probationary period for the people coming into their companie to check them out with references. As for those of us who have a proven track record, Please don't punish those of us who have been playing by the rules. Thanks.