|Received:||7/17/2006 9:34:05 PM|
|Organization:||Quixtar (Britt World Wide)|
|Commenter:||Derick (Jennet) Jackson|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:My wife and I have been Quixtar IBO's for about 5 yrs and we have recently achieved the Silver Producer level. We will be starting Q-12 qualification in September 2006 and we love this business! When we registered, our sponsor loaned us a literature pack (SA-4400) and a couple of CD's that provided us with more than enough information to make a quality decision, and that practice is one that we duplicate on our team. We believe that prospects should know that this is not a "Get Rich Quick Scheme" and that the "Average" IBO does not make a million dollars...our current literature makes that very clear. This business is way too good to misrepresent! We had no business experience and even less time, but for only $150 we were able to start our own business, and with the mentorship and support of the team we've been able to create another stream of income that will grow in direct proportion to our efforts. Also, there is no need for a 7-day waiting period...Quixtar offers a money back gurantee if a prospect decides that the business is not for them. A waiting period would just slow everything down. While the prospect is waiting 7 days, somebody else is showing their family and friends the business plan. Finally, we are not opposed to prospects meeting other IBO's, that actually adds credibility. However, we don't think we should be required to provide a list to someone that may not even qualify for our business team. We applaud the FTC for cracking down on companies that mislead prospects and misrepresent themselves. Quixtar, just isn't one of them.