|Received:||7/12/2006 8:56:56 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:There should not be a seven day waiting period before a prospect can register because you can't lose money starting your own business powered by Quixtar anyway. Also I dont want to have to disclose my income records to my prospects because that is private tender for me and besides the money I make at my own business doesn't reflect the success that they can have. Lets say I am making enough ongoing wealth in my independent business but I hardly relate to him/her. Someone upline from me who might not make as much might be a better suitable coach for that prospect. Also the proposition of IBO references is nothing more than a prospect asking other IBO's who could be in different organizations in their area about a financial future that those IBO's wouldn't have any desire to invest time into that prospects business. It's like asking Tiger Woods to teach us about our tennis game. Past litigation disclosure doesnt make sense either because I know people who have dropped out of college and then belittled it. Does that mean that college doesn't work? Of course not. Quixtar works. The Quixtar plan cannot be duplicated. It has become the model when looking at other business opportunities. I believe we need to seperate the phonies from the real but some of these propositions are quite burdensome. Thank you for hearing me out. Free enterprise and entrepreneurship are what make our country great. Entrepreneurship will become the next great adventure with generation Y kids realizing they can reach their potential with an opportunity that focuses on the opportunity of free enterprise and not limited to just products.