|Received:||7/6/2006 10:40:46 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I represent a legitimate business that sells legitimate products to consumers who are in desperate need of air purification systems, water purification systems, and nutritional supplement systems. All of our products come with 1-3 year warranties and also offer a replacement free of charge for any defective equipment within 30 days of purchase. Our Fresh Air unit is endorsed by the Space Foundation founded by NASA. The new proposed rules the FTC is looking to impose will have a drastic effect on how we do business. It will also compromise future business as customers will be apprehensive in doing business with us as we will need to obtain their personal information and distribute to future prospects. We are in the business of providing safe health products to those who will benefit from them. Not only are our products revolutionary, but they do what we say they do. We do not promote pyramid or get rich quick schemes. We simply provide technology that will improve people's health and opportunities to share in our business so we may provide people with the health products needed. I can appreciate the FTC from protecting the American Public from those who sell items or business opportunities under deceptive schemes that don't deliver what they promise. However, Ecoquest International and it's business partners is not one of those schemes. We run a tight ship! Meaning, we use selling points on only what our products can do that is substantiated by over 30 scientists and universities. I hope the FTC will reconsider the rules that are being proposed and keep businesses such as Ecoquest International in mind when writing business rules that will harm legitimate businesses such as ours. Thank you for your time. Aaron Greenland Eco Technology Inc.