|Received:||7/16/2006 6:21:49 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I am writing concerning the Business Opportunity Rule. The proposal as drafted would adversely affect our personal business in a variety of ways. I am unable to address every issue in the space provided, and you probably don't have time to read the objections, so suffice it to say that we disagree with a number of points that are of serious concern. My husband and I have been involved with the Quixtar business for about 12 years. We have had success enough to allow me to stay home with our children, pay off considerable debt and make dramatically different financial decisions in our life. When we saw the opportunity, we received all the information we needed to make an informed decision. It was never presented as "get rich quick," and what attracted us was the integrity of the people, the corporation and the fact that you were fairly rewarded for the efforts you put in. We could fit this into our busy schedules, giving it as much or as little effort as we personally chose. We were smart enough to check out credible references. There is only more credibility today, but even so, the uncredible naysayers are plentiful. We felt there was no real risk involved, because of the 100% money-back guarantee on not only the products, but the business registration fee. All of this still holds true. We were and are excited about the opportunity. The freedom to build the business at the rate we choose has always been a big bonus. We have built our business with the utmost integrity and honesty, like what was modeled for us by our mentors and the corporation itself, and help others to do the same. We believe the proposal as outlined does not benefit prospects, and instead hinders honest business owners. Please adjust the content.