|Received:||7/2/2006 11:40:36 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Why should we have people who are excited about their future and the possibilities of financial freedom, wait to get started? This could dampen their enthusiasm and discourage them from getting others excited for a personal opportunity to do something about their financial future. I think that every good business should have references, when we invite prospective IBOs to a meeting they get the best references available by meeting the wonderful and successful people in the Quixtar opportunity. What corporation in America or the World does have some type of litigation against it? Quixtar has had claims of course and all have been satisfied, just ask them at the headquarters or just call customer service. It is no one's business unless I choose to disclose my personal income/earnings, except the IRS and I only do that to pay my fair share of taxes. But if I'm successful, why wouldn't I want to share with others some idea of what is possible for them, besides in the Business Opportunity Plan we base our figures on averages, and everyone can achieve their own results. Lastly, financial substantiation, well Mr. Devos and Van Andel built a privately owned company that is debt-free and then launched the wonderful Quixtar opportunity, they paid for it all. These men and their families are wonderful people and also tithe to several wonderful and worthwhile charities. These changes may seem wonderful, but they would put heavy burdens on Independent Business Owners like myself and would greatly hamper a person's pursuit of the American Dream. I thnk that Quixtar and it's parent companies, along with other businesses like them, all have shown that they are reputable, otherwise the United States Government would have shut them down long ago. I implore you ladies and gentlemen of our Congress, to speak with Quixtar and it's leaders or come to an Independent Business Owner Marketing meeting and see for yourself or ask our incredible leaders like Bill Britt, Larry Winters or Joe Markiewitcz to stand in Congress and you can see the opportunity for yourselves.