|Received:||6/29/2006 7:41:43 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I believe regarding quixtar they are too secretive with how they gain income. There is a huge issue with the training side of the business which they claim not to be a direct part of Quixtar itself yet all IBOs are required to be on a cd and book program and pay cash for weekly training meetings. This whole end of the Quixtar causes me to have a red flag and should be investigated by FTC or some at once. It is good that they should have to disclose everything, and unfair while Quixtar itself is an excellent Home Business this whole area of the training over priced cds and books comes to question the average person. It may even be my reason for leaving this business. I believe as most have told me, those gaining cash from trainings are doing so while fleaseing their downlines pockets. Only Direct levels get to sell cds and books which they will not explain in any business plan nor private you can only learn about that end of the business when you become a direct and sell 14,000.00 in product per month for 12 months in a row. They claim 10 sources of income at their hotel seminars but for the interest of time will only go into 3, never you get the run around regarding the other 7. Please do pass your law and ruling it will stop people who may be crooks, and only in this type of business due to its easy cash from poor downlines.