|Received:||7/17/2006 6:48:59 PM|
|Organization:||Boes Management and Marketing|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:My wife and I have been involved in Quixtar since 1982. We are qualified Platinum IBO's and have never made less than $1,000.00 per month from our business. We enjoy the freedom and flexibility the Quixtar Business offers and share that with others. We have not sold books, tapes or had expensive meetings to generate the income from our business. We earn our income through the sale of products both wholesale and retail and by sharing with others how they can build a business to benefit their lifestyle. When we registered in 1982, we felt we received adequate information to make an informed business decision.When we register a new IBO they have all the information they need to make an informed business decision also. Every person we have shared the business with knows Quixtar is a legitimate business and not a get rich quick business. We give them any and all information that is available to us. The prospects we register spend between $70.00 and $140.00 depending on whether they purchase the optional product pack or just the literature to get registered. If they decide not to join Quixtar they can get their full amount refunded, exactly like Quixtar does. If you proceed with any of these proposed rules you might as well close the doors on one of the few businesses people can afford to experience the good and not so good aspects of free enterprise. The seven day waiting period would only slow down our business, as well as the business of every registered IBO. We work very hard to operate a legitimate and honest business and it has worked for us for the past 25 years. Please do no make changes to hurt honest people who are providing a service to people and giving them any and all information that is available. Thank you.