|Received:||7/13/2006 6:30:54 PM|
|Organization:||Quixtar/International Leadership Development|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:As an Quixtar IBO for the past few years, I applaud the FTC in it's attempt to clarify and identify legitimate business opportunities from the illegitimate and possibly illegal so-called business opportunities. Our Quixtar business has allowed my wife and I to build a business that is creating an income so my wife does not have to leave our home on a daily basis to go to work. This in turn will allow us to start a family in the very near future. Otherwise, any children we have would end up in daycare almost everyday. When I was exposed to the Quixtar IBO plan, I was able to have all of my questions answered requrding the details of the business operation, income generation, what I need to do in my business to be successful, etc. When I expose the IBO business plan with otehrs, I also share with them the same details of the business as I was given. Both verbally and on Quixtar Corp. approved forms that outline the specifics of the busienss plan. There are no surprises. Myself and the people that I sponser and talk with about the IBO plan available through Quixtar, understand that work, dedication, time, and continued effort are required to succeed in this business. As with any other worthy undertaking in life. I request that the FTC not require a waiting peroid for new registration, or require references for new IBO's. I do not work under such restraining guidelines in my job, why do I need to as an IBO? This would reduce both my and new IBO's ability to grow their business. Pease allow Quixtar IBO's the ability to continue to grow our business's under our current guidelines. Otherwise, I expect our business's to decrease and fail. This would be devistating to thousands of families and business owners. Thank you.