|Received:||7/2/2006 11:56:05 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:We've(my wife and I) have been IBO's for 6 weeks. We are buying products we usually use from ourselves now. We can order products that are delivered to our home, so we don't have to go to differant stores for. When we registered, we were asked if we had any questions, and given phone numbers for people in our upline if we do have any questions. We were told from the very beginning that this is not a get rich quick scheme. We get out of it what we are willing to put into it. Our upline is there to help us at all times, and show thier support for us and anyone else in the business. Registration costs are from $60 to $300 at the most. It depends on what materials we want. There was no time limit on when we had to sign up, and we would be reimburst fully if we should decide to leave the business. The 7 day waiting period would have hindered me in starting my own business, and helping others start thier business. When I register a new prospect, my upline is there to help answer any questions and show thier support for me and anyone else in the business. A new prospect will meet most IBO's in our area in the first two weeks at a training meeting held weekly. I have no problem telling a new prospect what Quixtar has done for me, busines wise or financially, but that should be up to me, not others. Me and my upline can help them reach thier goals.