|Received:||7/3/2006 1:11:58 PM|
|Organization:||Quixtar/ Legacy Business Group|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:If the FTC is trying to prevent fraudulent companies from doing business or trying to make it harder for them to do business, making rules that handicap the legitimate businesses is not right. Making even more red tape for true hard working IBO's is not right. If the illegal businesses are illegal the people that start them know that they are illegal. Making more laws will not change them from starting them and continuing to create new ones despite the new laws. In any area, people that do illegal things do them regardless of the current laws. They know they are breaking the law. It is not right to just keep creating laws untill you stop or cripple an industry just to (try) and prevent wrong doings. People are not buying guns here. I understand a waiting period when selling a deadly weapon. If people are getting scammed by illegal businesses making more new laws will not stop it. Better education perhaps. Does the FTC have a simple to use widely known website that prospects can go check out wether a business is good or not. the FTC needs to stay out of the prospects decision process because it will always lean in the favor or doubt. The site should simply tell if the business they are looking at is legal, not legal. People need to take responsability if they spend a lot of money to get involved with some get rich quick scheme. Give the people that get scammed a place to immediately go and report the business and the people. Quixtar is very inexpensive and offers a 100% money back guarentee. Quixtar and it's IBO's offer a valid opportunity to people as do many other similar type businesses. The proposed laws are one sided because they will do nothing to stop the people breaking the law. If they are breaking the law already, they will continue despite the new laws. The prospects will not be aware of any new laws so they will not notice a law being broken. The only people that will suffer are the valid legitimate business owners because they will as they already do abide by the laws even though these laws are really not helping anyone or solving the problems they are suppose to. The bottom line is that people that break the law in this area, know that they are breaking the law. Make the consiquences stiffer or enforce the current laws tighter. People that drink and drive can and do kill other people. To make alcohol illegal would not stop that fact. In this area, the government cracks down more and more and enforceses the current laws harder and harder. This is great. Make the sentence stiffer. Making a drunk driver wait 7 days to buy a beer would be foolish. Or having the bartender or grocery store clerk be forced to disclose every bad incident that alcohol has caused before making a sale is also foolish. People know what they are doing when they break the law. They have to make a decision that breaking the law is not a big risk. If the sentence was much stiffer for drunk drivers, less would kill. If the sentence for people who do illegal acts in our type of business was stiffer less would scam others. Use some common sence. Is the law going to really work in preventing the act or is it just going to make it harder on the rest of us who are good.