|Received:||7/13/2006 12:25:18 AM|
|Organization:||Your Ebiz Solution|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:The recent proposal has great potential to eliminate frauds, but is flawed especially against excellent business opportunities. Quixtar has changed our life and has become the future primary income of our family. Disclosure of Litigations(false or true) is ridiculous. The only ones that would accually abide are the non-fraudulant business owners, and due to constant finger pointing on the success of people's INDEPENDENT business they blame others for THIER failures and most end up in court. If we have to disclose any litigations to people they will never move forward with their IBOship. From personal experience when I did the research all I was looking for was the catch, nothing could be this great of an opportunity AS LONG AS I WORKED HARD. If we provide them with all litigation(false/true/non having to do with our organization) all we will here is NO. That does NOT sound like free enterprise. Same with 7 day waiting period. Our business moves at a very quick pace, and waiting 7 days for ONE IBO would eliminate our opportunity to help people become successful while they learn our business model. BOTTOM LINE: Costs a couple of hundred dollars to get started and if they are dissatisfied they get their money back. I have experienced this and the process is simple and easy, and the former IBO was very satisfied. I do not know if other business' provide this, but people risk nearly nothing(due to return of money) for a small amount and if they work hard, stay consistant, plug into a system that has far more experience than them, their chance of success is high-RISKING very little. i.e. Buying a large for chain franchise and going into debit if you fail. This is the greatest business in the world. Please DO NOT cripple it.