|Received:||7/11/2006 11:24:47 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:My husband and I have been part of this Quixtar opportunity for a number of years and are surprised by the FTC's blanket approach. Obviously we agree with the assurances the FTC proposes of an opportunity being honest and trustworthy and we are thrilled that Quixtar does this already in their current business opportunity. For anyone wishing to register Quixtar already has a money back guarantee for 6 months, so a 7 day waiting period is not necessary. Details of average incomes are already available to any new person through Quixtar, so personal disclosure of any monies could mislead them into thinking that they maybe rich overnight, or have the opposite affect. As you know, any business opportunity is dependant on how hard someone is willing to work. This business continues to thrive on a gentleman's handshake and building trust. The 10 references from any other businesses suggested by the FTC would delay the process of a new person and affect both the new person and those wishing to register them in starting out on a trustworthy basis. In this age of technology there are far better ways to obtain this information than getting references from 10 people the new person would not know. The more complicated the FTC makes it to start a business, the less people will try and it will be easier for the not so good companies to confuse peolple. The longevity of this well established company with its' great reputation, a simple money back guarantee, and the ability to be checked out via technology are all that is required.