|Received:||7/4/2006 9:11:20 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been a Quixtar IBO for about a year now, and I am absolutely committed to building a long lasting business. After I saw the presentation, I wanted to immediately sign up so I can make some money. I was told by the person that showed me the presentation, before I could register, I would have to go on a follow-up interview. She said this interview will answer any questions I have about the business, and she has some questions for me. At this interview, I knew exactly what I would be doing on a daily basis to build a successful business. From there, I could make a QUALITY decision on whether I was ready or not to start my own company. Waiting for 7 days to register would not have made any sense to me. This decision would be made by me, and me only, it doesnt matter what 10 other IBO's in the area think about the business. Also, I wanted to be sponsored by the person that showed me the presentation, I did not want anyone else to try and convince me to get sponsored by them. I am aware that every company will have lawsuits; there is no way to avoid that. As long as I knew that Quixtar was a sold company, and I could build a solid business powered by them, it doesnt matter who sues them. Also, there are a lot of people who see the presentation, don't like the idea, and make false accusation about the company. Since I do not work for Quixtar, it is up to ME how much money I want to make. If disclosures were needed, it would not make a difference to know the average income of active IBO's. Now that I want to make money, and want to expand my business to other people, I do not want to tell them how much I am making. If they understood the business, they would understand it doesnt matter how much I am making, because it is up to them how much they want to make. My personal financial documents won't make a difference in whether they want to start or not.