|Received:||7/3/2006 12:04:03 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:My husband and I have been IBO's with the Quixtar company since 1998. I do not feel prospects should have to wait seven days before registering. Most of our IBO's live in other states. If we had to wait then we would be making two trips increasing the cost of traveling by double each year. With fuel costs the way they are this could get very expensive. We would also have to take another day off of work. All our prospects receive information concerning the business.They get a copy to keep for their records of the average income earned per IBO. If, after registration, they decide they do not wish to proceed with building a business they always get their money back. As far as having to give people a list of other IBO's in the area goes, in our competative environment people could attempt to "steal" prospects. I also do not feel that my income statements are anyones business but mine and the IRS. As far as litigations go, I wasn't told about these at my workplace why should I have to disclose them for my business. All this does is confuse people. During my years of experience with Quixtar, I feel that the corporation as a whole has gone above and beyond to inform us when there is a possible litigation or complaint so we can adequately explain ourselves.