|Received:||7/1/2006 2:53:33 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:My personal experience with Quixtar has been very great. The leaders in this organization have taught me a lot about relationships, friendships, family, and of course business. I am against the 7 day waiting period for prospects to register. If a prospect sees the business plan and likes, it understands it and wants to tell his friends right away. He or she has to wait another 7 days to sign them up. I am against having to provide other IBO contact information such as home address, phone numbers. I know I would not want my personal information being handed out. I am also against the litigation list to have to provide for all prospects and am against the specific earnings disclosures. I provide all prospects the exact same imformation on income potential and always leave the prospect with the information. Lastly, I believe it would be innapropriate to have to provide finacial records for prospects. I provide prospects with my dreams and goals. Where I am going in this business. I talk about how I will help them build their business, what I will do for them, help them achieve their dreams and goals. I talk about how much Quixtar has impacted my life and the difference it has made. All of the support and mentoring, coaching, confidence I have gotten out of the business. I don't want somebody signing up because they see I made x amount of dollars last month or last year. I want someone signing up because the see the excitment and passion I have for the business. They want to have that same excitment and be on a winning team and also be a winner themselves wether someone make 100 billion dollars or 100 dollars a year.