QNET SCAM (LEGIT OR NOT?)

QNET pays commission based entirely on products sold and is not a pyramid scheme.

QNET operates and distributes products through the most extensive and successful direct selling model today, with over 2.5 million Independent Representatives in 14 countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe & Middle East, and Australia.

QNET provides state-of-the-art web-based marketing tools to help customers start their own business at home. QNET has its operational headquarters in Hong Kong, a free port and freest economy with a low tax rate making many associate it with QNET scam. QNET’s products are available at retailers worldwide, allowing direct comparison of prices and value for money.

QNET is a member of several international organizations, including the Direct Selling Association (DSA), the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations (WFDSA), the Asian Direct Selling Association (ADSA), and the Trade Association of Nepal (TAAN) thus refuting claims published of QNET scam.

QNET is licensed to operate in 14 countries, including India. The company has brought employment opportunities to millions of people through its International Work Force.

There that QNET uses MLM, which is somehow illegal in Malaysia thus raising concerns of QNET scam. QNET has never forced anyone to buy the products, but you can always use your free will to do so. You don’t even need to become a distributor for that.

One thing to remember here, especially for those who don’t want to associate themselves with MLM or direct selling companies, is that QNET is not a direct selling company. This means its business model does NOT revolve around retailing its products to the end-user. Some of you might not understand what I mean here, but if you are in QNET or any other network marketing company, you will know exactly what I am talking about. QNET also compensates its distributors for sales made, not just for their initial purchases of the products.

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