|Received:||7/2/2006 5:14:17 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I appreciate your interest in helping to protect people from fraudulant schemes, espescially this day in age, but am hesitant to accept any of the proposals as they relate to Quixtar Inc. As you may know, we are the fastest growing most profitable e-commerce organization in the world and we are nothing but honest and real. Why then should our businesses be crippled by a rule that has to affect everyone? Can't the FTC, along with other organizations perhaps, somehow monitor or investigate business opportunities themselves? You might know what's really going on out there. Don't tell me you don't think fraudulant businesses will find away around the rule anyway by providing false information etc. It's sad that you must cover for one's inability to use common sense and see for themselves what they're getting themselves into. Quixtar does all they can to advocate their honest structure and support, and now we have to pay for the evil intentions of other organizations and the ignorance of other people? Sounds like a third grade classroom. It just takes one person to ruin it for everyone. Why couldn't prospects themselves ask for all these things the rule would require. If someone says no to them, and are being difficult, then there's the answer - you probably shouldn't get involved. Please think twice before offering a crutch to a world where personal responsibility is a thing of the past. It's not your job to hold the hand of society.