|Received:||6/28/2006 1:52:32 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:My comments pertain to the Quixtar Corporation. I have been very aware of the Amway Corporation since about 1956? My parents were distributors. They saw the great opportunity but health challenges arose and they were not able to create a business. I became a distributor in about 1968? My sponsor disappeared! I, having moved to a distant location, lost contact with the sponsoring "group". In 1991 I again was presented the "plan" and knew immediatly that it would work as the Company had developed so much that it was very viable for the average person. Also, the sponsoring organization was WorldWide Dreambuilders organization. Although I knew nothing about the organization I came to learn of the high integrity of the group and was extremely impressed with their leadership and training. Again, some major challenges came up and have prevented my building the business to any level that I would like it to be to this point; BUT, I am very sold on the Quixtar opportunity and the support of WWDB. I do greatly appreciate the high quality of products and services offered by both the Quixtar Corp. and the WWDB orgainzation. I am continually looking for people who really do want to have a opportunity in life to achieve personal growth and financial rewards for that growth. I will say, there are a lot of people in our country who it appears have had the ability of vision for a better life through their own efforts knocked right out of them! It appears people from foreign countries have the ability to see this vision and embrace it wholeheartedly and have a greater success rate than our own citizens! I feel any waiting time for a person to sign up would be disastrously unproductive. A lag time does not help any person to make a more high quality decision for this particular corporation. The startup costs are very reasonable and anyone who understand that to have their own opportunity will have discretionaly expenses. At the time of any person being educated of even the basic information of the business, there is always something they miss. This is because, in part, of their selective hearing practices. Lack of being able to process any information to what they already know about the potential can be present, and only with continuted association be understood. To require any person to wait, just delays the learning curve and stymies their getting off the ground. For the FTC to dampen the flow of the possibilities of a direct selling or mlm organization is to deny people the availability of a very viable income potential source. Integrity is an individual attitude of accountability. If any individual lacks this, I don't care what "business" they offer, the FTC cannot control this element! Quixtar/WWDB and their policies exceed any high quality standards of responsibility and should have the freedom to continue to exercise their offering. Many prospects may, because of their lack of attention, miss information given by their prospective sponsor at any time. This is not anything connected with deceit, but an ever present challenge that is to be in the continual working of the developing relationship. I would not give up any of the positive association I have experienced while connected with this organization. People weed themselves out, and this cannot be blamed on the corporation nor support organization. Our "laws" or regulations should not be to protect the malcontents in our society! Only those who have truly been deceived. There is a big difference!