|Received:||7/4/2006 10:35:57 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been an Quixtar IBO, with the World Wide Group for 2 years. They have taught me how to be a better person with there books, CD's, and speaking functions they put on 4 times a year. For some, it has changed their life, with what they teach. This is by far the best, most level playing field type of business, for the average person to be in. I was given the information I needed to make an intelligent decision, whether I wanted to be in this business or not. It's not just about the money with this business, it's about being a better father, husband and man. When I sponser a prospective client, I give them all the information they ask for, including what they don't ask for, so they can make the best decision for themselves. I don't pressure them into anything, if they want to benefit from the products, and earn some extra money on the side, I explain fully, that it's not a get rich quick scheme, and explain to them, that you get out of this business, what you put into it. I show them the SA-4400 form, which the FTC has instructed each prospective couple, needs to see. I go over it throughly with them, and answer any questions that arise, to the best of my knowledge. If I don't know, I contact my upline, because they will know. If they register, and then want out, it is a 100% money back guarantee, including any products that they don't like. We have meetings for prospects to meet other IBO's in our business. All of which are very upstanding individuals. There is no pressure to buy products, but in doing so, most earn back what they paid for registration with in the first month. I paid $65 to register, and order catalogs with the products in them. I recieved that money back with the first order I put in, or I should say saved that much. This is a very fair and reputable business I am affliated with, I relaize there are some business' out there, that are after the fast buck, this is not one of them. We work constantly with people we sponser, so they fully understand what this business is. It is not a "get rich quick" one, nor a pyramid. I very much trust my upline to keep me informed of any changes, or what have you, so I can keep my clients informed. The changes you propose would make it extremely hard for me to build my business. It's hard enough to find prospects, let alone give them all this information you propose I do. I realize there are some very crooked "get rich quick" businesses out there, but this is not one of them. I believe you need to find the crooked ones, instead of reprimanding the entire industry, because it's easier for you to do that. We already abide by the laws you set forth, to be honest and upstanding. Why make it harder for the little man, to obtain the american dream.