|Received:||6/26/2006 11:40:02 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I disagree with wanting a prospect to wait seven days before they can register as an IBO because you can take as much time as you want. There is no pressure.If they say yes thats great and if they say no i just say good luck in life. I feel that you shouldn't have to give a reference list because people are people and each individual has an opinion about everything and it can be positive or negative depending on how open or narrow minded they are. Having to give your history of lawsuits is silly because Quixtar is a first class company why should you have to disclose all your information in the past when its just that in the past. I feel that you shouldn't have to make disclosures about your income claim because thats personal you show them and average up front. At your job you don't go around waving your tax information to everyone so why would you require someone to do that? There is already a cancellation of you business within the first six months from the starting day so that is reasonable amount of time to change your mind if you feel that its not something you want to pursue anymore. I feel that you shouldn't change the rules for us when we are a honest group of people and this is America it was founded on Free Enterprise shouldn't try to punish those who follow the law just because you are trying the catch the scamers out there. I do see where you are coming from but from my stand point as an IBO i feel very different but I hope that you will take in account my feelings before making an decsions on anything.