|Received:||7/15/2006 3:58:18 AM|
|Organization:||wolfe & associates|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been an IBO for 2 1/2 years and it has changed my life. I am not stinking rich, but I was not "promised" that I would be. It's a process, not a "get rich quick scheme." I checked Quixtar out throughly before becoming an affiliate. I was given all the information that I needed to get started in business and made the best decision of my life. It took me months to come to my decision, but I have seen people take days or even hours to make the same decision. It's their choice, as it was mine. That's the beauty of America! To put a restriction on that would only do harm, not good. As far as giving the prospect a list of 10 IBO's is absurd. A prospect is introduced to 3x that in a single night and they can ask questions then. To give out somebodies information should be invasion of privacy or somewhere along the lines of doctor/patient or lawyer/client. The part about the "past 10 years of lawsuits and allegations" is plain silly. The prospect is given websites and info packets that shows Quxitar's history and when the prospect does their homework they can find lawsuits and allegations. Prospects are informed to do research, if they choose not to then so be it. That is their right! Prospects are told and shown how much money can and has been made in the business everyday. I am all about transparency in business and honesty, but I am not for putting laws on people's rights. United States of America, Land of The Free. Freedom! Not freedom* with an astrict mark next to it.