|Received:||7/11/2006 6:54:25 PM|
|Organization:||Stan and Sharon Monson|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I am strongly opposed to the proposed Business Opportunity Rule R511993. I have been a Shaklee Distributor since l979 and have been recommending the use of Shaklee products to enhance peoples health all these years. By enrolling they can save money and also affords them the ability to develope a business that can aid others to aid others and improve the health of this country one person at a time and a proposed rule to have them wait 7 days to enroll is counter productive much like having to wait 7 days once you have made a decision about a purchase before you can have the product. I am also concerned about giving information on other distributors or users of the product to new contacts because of the identity theft issue. Excellent companies like Shaklee with a proven 50 year record should be used as the model that future companies practices should emulate. This company does not need this rule that would put the way we do business at a disadvantage. It seems you are penalizing the good to get at the bad I do not agree that this is the best approach. The proposed Business Opportunity Rule R511993 is not fair to those with good records. Thankyou for considering my comments. Sincerly, Stanley J. Monson O.D.