|Received:||7/16/2006 12:52:13 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I am a Quixtar IBO since 2004. I like the products and the fairest rewards system that Quixtar provide for everybody. I feel the charge of $51.50 membership charge is more than worth for the excellent products. Before I registered, I was informed about the businesss opportunity which I knew that I was not guarantee how much money I will make. I know I have to put up effort in order to make money. I found I had learnt a lot from Quixtar including health, beauty and a lot of knowledge that I couldn't even get from school. With the work I put on Quixtar, I may be able to work on it full time by the end of next year. Also, when I sponsor others, I will give them the necessary information. I agree that the FTC wants to protect consumers, but I found that there are some poinits in the proposal rules is not fair to the IBOs. I definitely disagree with the 7-days waiting rule. Most of the proopects are like myself, interesting in the products first. I do not think anybody will like to wait 7 days before they cn go shopping. And that is against person privacy that IBO's name, phone numbers and addresses will be exposed to somebody that he/she may not even know. This rule will greatly affect the business of all IBO. That is a kind of non-sense to provide the list of litigation of Quixtar. If they like the products, they would have received enough information about the products. If they like business plan, sure they would have received a clear explaination of the rewards system before they make the decision of register. I think that is another point of against personal privacy of the require of showing my income. As everybody know, no one make the same money in Quixtar. How much you had work, how much you would gain. Nothing is guaranteed. Only the products are guarantee to get a full refund if unsatisfied.