|Received:||7/17/2006 11:26:16 PM|
|Subject:||Business Opportunity Rule|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 437|
Comments:Recently, I heard about the Business Opportunity Rule which would put more regulations on business opportunities and how they do business. I found that the Quixtar business opportunity gave me an opportunity to own and run my business while working in the workforce. When I saw the business plan, I took notes and gather information from spoken, written, and visual sources; it was very detail and got my questions answer after the presentation and on my follow-up appointment. I had the chance to after the plan to associate with the other Independent Business Owners who were present at the meeting. When I register with into the Quixtar business, I had enough information and I knew it was not no “get rich quick” scheme; it was about who is willing to work for a period of time to reap the benefits of the business. The seven day waiting period for register new IBOs would slow down my prospect and my business. If I had to wait seven days to register him or her in the business, which would decrease my profitability, by getting my prospect business start as soon as they feel comfortable and confident about starting and expanding their business. Before registering a prospect, I make sure that I answer any questions or concerns, and give them the proper information to run their business. I feel that this proposal would hurt the profitability of my business, and slow down the growth of my business. The Quixtar opportunity has impact my life in a positive way and I would like to continue to freely share this opportunity to other people who are looking to get in this business to earn some extra money, or just to have a business for them to own.