|Received:||6/21/2006 12:04:52 AM|
|Organization:||FFI Fuel Freedom International|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
|Attachment:||522418-03576.pdf Download Adobe Reader|
Comments:Dear Sirs; As a 71 year old retired San Francisco business man, I became interested in networking some ten years ago. I said to myself you mean for the simple sake of purchasing a product monthly, that I'm going to use, and referring it to others I know,I can get paid for it. I said to myself 43 years of toiling at my own businesses, where have I been. There are some very good products out there brought to market via networking, and there are unfortunately, some who will prey on the unsuspecting. But you find that prevalent in the American industry in general don't you? The Tyco's, Enron's, the S&L scandals of the 80's. This is a wonderful medium for people looking to earn some additional money for themselves and family. Why should you choke the breath from an industry that can actually save the American middle class. From preventing honest entrepreneurs like a Randy Ray and his wife Wendy Lewis from forming a company like FFI and pouring millions of their own funds into it, to realize there vision and give the opportunity to thousands around the globe to not only earn extra income, but give the public a badly needed product. Gentleman I suggest you tread carefully, and solicit open testimony form people in the industry. This is the American dream, think facts not politics. Most Sincerely, Ed Hebert an FFI distributor.