|Received:||6/30/2006 6:55:30 PM|
|Organization:||Chhadva World Wide|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I appreciate the FTC promoting honesty and integrity. That is important. 1. I disagree with the 7 day waiting period. Why wait 7 days? If you are 18 and if you can drive and if you can vote, you should have enough brains to make a business decision for yourself and your family. You should take responsibility for yourself. If people cannot think for themselves, then maybe we need to revamp the school system. This rule would slow down the pace of my business. I have people who sign up 10 people within their first 7 days in the business. And any legitimate opportunity (like Quixtar) would provide a money back guarantee. 2. Why should I share this information with 10 different IBO's? Its like me owning a Pizza Hut and sending my customers to Papa Johns, Ray's Pizza and 8 other pizza outlets. These other IBO's may take my prospect away from me. You will find a few crooked people in every industry. These crooked people ruin it for everyone. How is that fair to the prospect if I give his information to 10 other people. That is his PRIVACY. And if one of those 10 other people do something to him, this prospect will take me to court for giving his information to other people. This rule makes no sense whatsoever. 3. I disagree with listing the lawsuits, arbitrations over the past 10 years. If you make us do that, you should make McDonalds do that too. And you should make Microsoft, IBM, Walmart, and every single other business in USA do that as well. Most of these lawsuits are so childish to begin with. If everyone takes responsibility for themselves, these problems would not exist. Some lawsuits are bogus claims as well. And so many lawsuits are against other IBO's that I have no affiliation with anyways. 4. I disagree with sharing my income statements with anyone. First of all, it is irrelevant. I just show people the potential. They can make more than me and they can make less than me. It is upto them and their work ethic. We do disclose the average monthly gross income per month per IBO. How much more do you want? My personal finances is nobody's business. I am not a government employee. Why dont you make every other private and public company in USA disclose their income and the income of every other employee within that company when they are hiring? I want every company in the United States to list the earnings of every single employee to new hires and applicants if you will make me show my earnings to new IBO's or prospects. 5. Why should I provide substantiation for every income claim? Adults can think for themselves and do their own calculations. Quixtar provides them with a brochure explaining all the bonuses and monies that an IBO can make. IBOs and prospects should be able to think for themselves to see if the income claims are true or not. In our case, it is always true because there is no way we can lie even if we wanted to. Quixtar provides them with the book outlining the ways money can be made. Maybe the FTC can come up with a figure saying: "The highest amount of money earned by a Quixtar IBO is: $whatever." But then, I want that done for every single company and corporation in the United States as well. Bottom line, whatever you make us do, have every other company in USA do the same thing. Lets make it fair. I run a business powered by Quixtar and I have helped so many people by providing better quality products and by helping people make some extra money. If anything, the FTC should come up with strategies to help me sponsor more people and make thier lives better. I understand that there are so many illegal things out there and that the FTC's intention is to create a better business environment in USA. I really appreciate that and I applaud you A LOT. At least there is some government entity that cares about the public. I just hope that while you are in the process of punishing the guilty, you do not punish the innocent.