|Received:||7/7/2006 2:54:54 AM|
|Organization:||M & E Enterprises|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:As an Independant Business Owner powered by Quixtar I agree that it is important to maintain the integrity of networking opportunities. However, it would place an undue burden on business owners if we were required to wait 7 days before registering someone into our business. We already offer a 3 day cancellation period in which prospective associates can change their minds about being in business for themselves. As for disclosing all suits and actions against the company, I do not have access to that information - Just as I do not have access to how many people sue Coca Cola or WalMart. Our consolidation company has been in business successfully for over 40 years. More than half of the Fortune 500 companies seek us out to do business through us. They all have attorneys - They agree that we are an ethical company doing business in an ethical manner. As Independant Business Owners we are represented by a Board made up of men and women who are successfully building this business. thereby representing the interest of individuals and not just the parent organization. All of the money I make comes from the products I retail and the volume of business I direct to the website. No revenue is derived from the registration of individuals. There are many imitators in the market place but we are the original. We have always set the standard for how business should be done so that everyone involved has an opportunity to win. Anyone who wants to succeed in this business can - if they will put forth honest effort. The same is true for any business. I have been involved in the Quixtar organization since it's inception in 1999. The products are excellent, the customer service has been wonderful and the people I have come to know are totally honest and above-board.