I joined Quixtar business a couple years ago, and
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I joined Quixtar business a couple years ago, and my life unbelievably changed in positive way since then. I met phenomenal people with integrity and accountability; people, who really care about my personal life and my financial future. People, who do everything to help me to build my business and to support me in any situation. I got fantastic business education, and I became a man who can take care of my life, not a whiny, who I used to be. If you just saw me before I started the business. I highly appreciate that FTC is looking at the direct selling marketing and giving us an opportunity to say that Quixtar has the best business opportunity. I looked through a few regulations, FTC is considering enforcing, and I believe that some of them will hurt honest entrepreneurs. 1. I believe the waiting period of seven days should be eliminated, at least for Quixtar opportunity where a prospect can get his/her money back if not satisfied. Personally, I started the business within 5 days after I saw the business plan first time; and I never had any problems with it. I believe this seven day period can hurt not only honest entrepreneurs who try to kick start their business, but also their downlines who wants help other people too. 2. I believe the requirement of providing 10 IBO references need to be eliminated as well because it will interfere with privacy of the business owners. Also, it is possible that Independent Business Owners from the reference list will be glad to sponsor the prospect by themselves. We have Open Meetings in Madison, WI and in other locations where prospects always invited to meet other Independent Business Owners. I believe it is even better than reference list because prospects can meet more than 10 Independent Business Owners and ask as many questions as they want.