|Received:||7/11/2006 9:27:57 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I am a 64 year old divorced female who has been involved in the Quixtar business since 1990. During the first 5 years of my business I was married and my husband and I built the business together to the level of Platinium. Since the divorce I continued to build the business as a single, reaching the level of Sapphire. Initially, when we were introduced to the business my husband saw it by himself. He was given literature and he came home and attempted to explaine it to me. Then I saw the business. We were never pressured into making a decision and were given time to come to our own conclusions. It took us a few weeks to commit and become involved and it changed our lives forever. My years involved in this business have been educational, pleasurable, successful and rewarding. This is not a business where you can cheat your way to success. Quixtar is not a get rich quick scheme.... It takes alot of hard work and long days coupled with commitment and a willingness to help others. We, as IBO's, do not succeed until the person we sponsor does. Due to personal family obligations it was necessary for me to move to Florida three years ago to help my daughter and granddaughter. Due to my change in circumstances I continue to be as involved as I can be at this point in my life.