|Received:||7/16/2006 1:20:07 AM|
|Organization:||World Wide Dream Builders|
|Commenter:||L. Melissa Hartman|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:It's great to know the FTC is taking measures to ensure businesses follow legal and ethical procedures. However the proposed guidelines at the very least are a hindrance to a legally, operating Quixtar businesses and borders on invasion of privacy for the business owner. The seven day waiting period is not necessary as a refund policy is already in place for anyone paying for a registration with Quixtar. This includes full refund at any time. Average registration cost is roughly $45.00. The idea of other IBO's giving my name and contact information is in my opinion, not professional and borders on invasion of my privacy; same if I give out other IBO's info, not to mention that I'm am now creating a possible loss of business to another IBO in which I have invested time and expenses in sharing products/services. The idea of showing my financials in relation to my Quixtar business is incomprehensible again for personal reasons as well as invasion of privacy. Quixtar is not a get rich scheme, there is a lot of hard work and time put in to building businesses with other people. When built as taught by the Quixtar legal counsel which is provided thru the legal forms, etc.it can make for a profitable business relationship. My hope is that the FTC continues to monitor businesses for the protection of people but in realistic, beneficial guidelines to all parties involved.