|Received:||7/12/2006 3:26:45 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I believe that it is definitely important to protect prospective business owners from fraudulent companies, but not in a way that infringes upon legitimate business' practices. Quixtar is in the business of improving the quality of the way people live and we do have disclosures in place which I feel accurately and sufficiently supply enough information for the prospect to make an educated decision. I don't disagree with every provision, but I do feel that making someone wait 7 business days to sign up will hinder my business greatly. It is very important to be able to sign individuals up while they are still excited. They have every opportunity to research whatever information they need on quixtarfacts.com. If they want to change their mind they can do so and get their money back within a certain amount of time. I propose that if the 7 day time restriction is put in place a prospective business owner should be able to wave their right to wait the seven days and sign a document saying they don't need to research any further. Again, with the proposal as it is, it will hinder my ability to build a business as quickly as I'd like and it won't allow me to help as many people live fulfilling lives, which is what Quixtar is all about. There are a lot of schemes out there and I am all for halting their existence, but not at the expense of a business that does operate with honesty and integrity, such as Quixtar. Thank you for considering my comments.