|Received:||7/17/2006 2:52:47 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been a Quixtar IBO for over 3 years now, and I am committed to building a long lasting business. After I saw the presentation, I signed up so that I could make some money.I was told by the person that showed me the presentation, that before I could register, I would have to have a follow up interview. He said that the interview will answer any questions that I may have concerning the business and he had some questions for me. From that interview, I knew exactly what I would be doing on a daily basis to build a successful business. From there, I could make a quality decision on whether I was ready or not to start my own company. It doesn't make any sense to me that I might have had to wait for 7 days to register! What kind of logic is that? It was a decision made by me and me only. I really don't care what 10 other IBO's in the area think about the business. Also I wanted to be sponsored by the person who showed me the opportunity, not anyone else. As long as there are gold diggers out there ( male and female) there will always be lawsuits. As long as I know that Quixtar is a solid company and I could build a solid business subcontracted under them, I don't care who sues them. There are a lot of people who see the opportunity, don't desire it and make false accusations about the company. Since I do not work for Quixtar, it is up to me how much money I want to make. If disclosures were needed, it would not make a difeerence to know the average income of active IBO's. I AM NOT AVERAGE. If I explain the opportunity CORRECTLY, people that I show it to would understand that it does not matter how much I am making because it is up to them how much they want to make. My financial documents won't make a difference in wherher they want to start or not.