|Received:||7/17/2006 9:49:19 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:I have been in the business for 1.5 yrs and have been able to reach goals in my life that I never knew I had because I never had an opportunity for a future. My fiance and I have been able to make dreams come true because of the income the business has provided that we would otherwise not be able to attain because of the limitations of corporate america. When I came into the business I was given all of the facts and figures I needed to make a quality decision as to whether to pursue the quixtar business or not. I believe because I was afforded that luxury that it is my duty as a business owner to provide the same amount of information as well. Afterall a person is going to do what they want to no matter what. When I came into the business I realized that it worked for others and that it was not overnight success and that it would take hard work and persistence. Also that I would be rewarded based upon the amount of effort that I put in. One of the things that gave me security was the fact that if I didnt want to pursue the business after six months of registering that i could get my money back with a 100% guarantee. The beauty of the business is that it is built off momentum and the ones who make the most money build it fast. One of the worst things that could happen would be laws requiring one to wait a certain amount of time before getting started. As far as requiring one to have references, some people are introverts and therefore have a limited sphere of influence and are unable to come up with ten or more referrals. A litigation list would hurt someone who is considering starting a business powered by quixtar because they would baseing their success on the failures of others and dwelling upon negatives versus seeing the glass half full. As far as telling prospects how much I make with the quixtar business I have one question for you. "who goes around asking other people how much their annual income is?" That is not a polite thing to do. Thank you for allowing us to voice our opinions and we hope you will prayerfully consider the choices thousands of successful people have made to better their futures as well as thousands ot others.