|Received:||7/17/2006 6:10:56 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Five years ago I started my own business with Quixtar as a single female and felt like I finally had a chance to make it in a business of my own. With the small capital required to get started this was something even I could do. At the time of getting started I was introduced to many people on the business team, was included in a couple of cost free to me seminars that fully explained the business plan, was given a lot of literature to read and listen to, as well as having all of my questions answered. Since that time, I have continued to be excited about the opportunity that Quixtar provides in such an ethical and moral way. I do now have a few concerns about the new proposals that will greatly effect my business. I have seen many people get started with the Quixtar opportunity and have found that the excite of being new has helped people get off to a fast start which helps them become more profitable, more quickly. The seven day waiting period concerns me, as this will delay the start of business for people who are excited about the Free Enterprise system that this country provides. Also a concern is the reccomendation of providing references. Quixtar is an opportunity to own my own business which means my future is in my own hands. Making people provide references will allow the opinion of others to influence people in a very important decision. Thirdly, having to provide financial information is an invasion of privacy. Quixtar does an incredible job of posting its annual numbers which include their sales as well as the profit payed back to Independent Business Owners each year. Thank you for your time in hearing my concerns.