|Received:||7/15/2006 10:44:27 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:In my opinion Quixtar is the most honest reliable company I have ever seen. Not only are the products superior and the research done on their health and skin care products phenomenal but the opportunity it offers to everyone at every age is priceless. There are not many companies out there that promote integrity, high morals and ethics in dealing with customers and I am especially excited for the young people and what this company offers them. Quixtar holds high standards for anyone who wants to be a business owner. It's not for an average person who just wants to "get rich quick". Business owners who realize this and cannot deal with these high standards have an option to withdraw from Quixtar after 6 months and receive their registration fee back. I applaud the FTC for going after fraudulant businesses that scheme and make false promises to the public. But to punish legitimate businesses by making it burdensome in providing numerous documents, etc is unfair. Just as with other larger companies like WalMart, etc I'm sure there are numerous lawsuits and complaints by digruntled people who feel they are entitled to things they haven't worked for. But if I were to apply for a position at a large company I would not expect them to hand me a list of former employees who were not happy working there. The reasoning here is the same. The bottom line is the FTC should come up with a Business Opportunity Rule that truly does prevent fraudulant businesses from operating while not punishing and holding back legitimate honest businesses. Thank you for the opportunity to voice my opinion.