|Received:||7/13/2006 6:49:40 PM|
|Organization:||J & B Associates|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:We have worked our Quixtar business on a part time bases since it's inception, and are proud of the integrity of the products, company, and associated Partner Stores. We feel this business has helped us and others in becoming successful small business people in our other business as well. When we share the business opportunity with anyone, we use the income figures published by the company. Quixtar has an abundance of printed and web information to satisfy prospects questions. The satisfaction guarantee covers the need to wait seven days before they can be registered. It is of no value, and only uses up more of peoples limited time. We feel disclosing ones financial records to other than the IRS invades our privacy, and is of no value to anyone, as we all have different objectives and goals. IBOs seek their own financial level. Also, we think disclosing references or disclosures of past litigation is of no value to a potential IBO. Most people understand it's not possible to go forward, by looking in the rearview mirror.