|Received:||7/16/2006 10:58:44 AM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:To Whom It May Concern: While well meaning in intent, these five procedures are unnecessary as they are already incorporated in the Quixtar practices and procedures which achieve their results. Also, these five may greatly hinder US franchise and corporate ability to face global competition. All of your five proposals do NOT follow the two legal guidelines that many lawyers and judges have explained to me are necessary : reasonableness and industry practice. Are you going to demand these five of ALL those seeking employment at ALL levels in professions, orporations,unions, state and federal agencies including the US Congress, the Executive, the Supreme Court ? Following Quixtar's transparent procedures resolves your five points: I meet prospects inquiring what they need. If I find they want a quick solution or lottery fix, I inform them this is not the business opportunity for them. If they state they understand this is a long term solution [ unlike peoples' belief about the stock market, day-trading, real estate, lottery ], then I strongly encourage them to meet our quality team and listen [ again ] to a business overview. If they express interest to know more after this meeting, I supply them with loaned cd's and literature pack plus web sites which clearly and simply explain our business much like the literature and information I received when I interviewed with corporate and professional America. I meet with them within 24/48 hours to review their interest level. If they have none, I ask for my loaned material back. If they want more information, I invite them to a product information session. This is again similar to inteview practices I had with corporate and professional America. If they feel they have enough information to make an informed decision, usually prospects want to know what is involved in becoming a Quixtar IBO. I then give them a copy of the four page documentation to read and sign which explains that all products, educational materials, and fees ARE refundable in CASH [ this is often NOT the case in the USA concerning products, educational conferences, universities/colleges ]. Following the aforementioned procedure, I have never had anyone complain about being forced, lied to, not educated about being a Quixtar IBO. Oh yes, one complaint: if you are this open [unlike other opportunities], where's the catch ? To which I answer: "The catch is your level of seriousness to build your OWN franchise business." I do have one important question for you to consider. Are you going to give guidelines and documentation that the public must follow to repay me for falsely telling me they were serious: (1)so I can recover travel expenses from those many who did not have the responsibility to email nor telephone me that they cancelled their appointment;(2) so I can recover my stolen cd's and literature pack THEY requested but never returned by mail nor by meeting me;(3) so I can recover damages from the lies or false information that mislead interested people: the internet, TV programs [who often do not practice proper fairness nor present correct statistical analysis], magazines, false practices by other businesses, etc?