QNET Scam Exposed
My Experience With QNET
Wanted to share my experience with these criminals.
They present themselves as a serious enterprise that manages and provides a huge variety of services and consumer goods. But it is nothing but MLM at its filthiest form.
They are a scam and stay as far away from them as you can!
A few months ago, a friend of mine Rachel, offered me a ˝business opportunity˝. It was related to the health industry and since I work as a health professional, the idea got me intrigued.
He spoke about some company QNET; they sell huge amounts of goods but one of their projects is selling water purifiers. The idea itself is quite sound. Water purity is a growing concern in developing countries as well as in the first world ones.
The idea is to invest in their product, buy a reasonable stock and place that product in areas that are in need. Profits would be stellar but not too bad for an easy job. The only thing I had to do was register on their website, use a link as a referral and invest as much as I would be comfortable with.
My first impression was okay. Lots of my friends were already involved in this. QNET reps organized an online meeting for potential members and I was invited to participate.
The next day on April 15, 2015, Rachel called and said that the meeting would be held at 15:00 and that I should be online.
The meeting started, I listened to a QNET representative, a woman by the name of Meg. For the next half an hour, I listened to all kinds of projects, product placements, etc.
What is interesting is that it all sounded just nice and organized but I failed to understand HOW we profit as members. WHAT do we sell and HOW do we sell the merchandise? Do we sell a product or a service? No clear answer was given during this online meeting. It felt and looked so weird. But the weird part came after the meeting.
Meg had messaged me and said that QNET is interested in working with professionals from their field of work and that my knowledge and their system can benefit both parties. A monthly membership fee would be there depending on my activity and I also must pay a yearly fee of $2000. Also to be a part of the QNET, I must attend their online education courses which, surprise surprise, also cost money. She asked for my phone number and promised to send me additional info as well and answer any questions I might have.
No way in hell would I pay any membership fee to these scammers. They don’t sell anything. They are an MLM scheme, living out of new members and referrals. They speak about product placement but that is all BULLSHIT!
I did an online search about schemes like this, and the bottom line is – you pay them money and they give you a chance to scam some other poor idiot and make some more money for them. This poor idiot will refer some other, and so on and so forth. Classic MLM. These motherfuckers aren’t even creative!
QNET depends solely on a referral system, that’s why my friend invited me for an online meeting in the first place. The day after the meeting, I got an email from Meg. She’d organized the paperwork, I just had to accept the membership, pay the fee and she would send me a monthly plan. Yeah, right! I should only send a sizable amount of money and get jack shit for my investment!
I just decided to ignore any messages coming from her or QNET.
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Did some online research. I couldn’t believe how many people they have scammed!
It surprises me how naive people can be but not as much as I am surprised about how these lowlifes are not in jail or blocked all over the internet as soon as they push some new scheme.
Schemes like this should be made illegal and motherfuckers who run these types of scams, as well as their little helpers, should all be in jail!
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