|Received:||7/17/2006 7:59:40 PM|
|Organization:||SNIPES CONSULTING GROUP|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Hello, my name is Eric Venditti. I've been working with Quixtar for about seven months now, and I have truly enjoyed every minute. I believe that there should be no waiting period for new IBOs to register because our great company offers a money back guarentee if one decides not to pursue the business. The list of ten references is not right in my eyes because it really does infringe upon the integrity and privacy that this business is structured around. To give a reference to past lawsuits is also not right because it automatically puts a negative taste towards a business that is the best opportunity in the world. There will always be negative talkers, but one should look more at the opportunity that is not a get-rich quick scam, but a legitimate opportunity to succeed. YES, WORK IS INVOLVED! Disclosures to income is rediculous because there is obviously an average for everything, but the standard deviation depends highly on a majority and fails to look at those who actually do the work and succeed. To provide new prospects with examples of real income is a good idea, yet it should be based on the fact that the business does require time and effort to get real results. So, look at those with great income who have stuck with it for one or two years at the very least, who decided not to quit, but instead to fail, adjust, and ultimately succeed. As you can tell, I strongly believe in this business. I am nineteen years old, and I'm just getting started in this business. I know it's going to take work, and I tell that to every new prospect I bring in business. I LOVE THIS BUSINESS AND THE ATMOSPHERE. It has honestly changed my whole life around and I still believe I am new. So, please do not impose the rules intended for the reasons I have stated. Thank you. Have a great day!