|Received:||7/4/2006 11:29:37 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:It has been my experience that rarely have I had anyone register in my business personally or in depth without having seen our business plan at least twice; however, to artificially impose a waiting period of 7 days is an unnecessary intervention. I have always given out our SA-4400 to my prospects after the plan and do believe that all businesses should be required to provide similarly uniform approved information. Also, in today's era of information over-load and suit happy lawers, there are no shortage of court filings. If anyone wants to see and read all that stuff, it is readily available on the internet. Since ours is an internet based business, those getting involved understand how to find most anything we need on the internet. Requiring more paper is out of date in today's society. We have a great business opportunity here. Altough I have not applied myself to the point of it becoming a major source of income in my household, I always know it is there if I need it. All that needs to be done is require everyone else to live up to the high standards Quixtar already operates under.