The Reality About Scam Allegations To QNET

It is not a secret that QNET and other direct selling companies have been accused of being scams. Scams are like optical illusions – everyone sees them differently, which often causes dissension between them. The controversies surrounding QNET are so many, that one can easily find all kinds of false reports about this company on the internet.

QNET is a direct selling company that supplies a wide variety of products directly to consumers in different parts of the world. It uses the Multilevel Marketing business strategy, which has been around since the 1950s. There are more than 2 million direct sellers worldwide who promote their products using this method of operation.

The company is a member of the Direct Selling Association in Malaysia and complies fully with international guidelines on anti-pyramid selling. It also abides by the rules of other governing bodies such as the Department of Trade and Industry. It is worth mentioning that they’re not a “Ponzi Scheme” or an illegal pyramid scheme though it has been accused of being one by many.

This accusation is baseless because there are some fundamental differences between QNET and a Ponzi scheme. The major point is that the promise of an exponentially growing money earned by only putting in a small amount of effort, like what a pyramid offers, does not exist with QNET as it makes selling its products through different sales channels of its priority.

QNET is a legitimate way to earn a profit, but it is not the easiest. Direct selling is an established industry. There are many success stories of people who have earned a lot of money from this industry without selling products door-to-door or recruiting other members under them. Refer to this video on YouTube, to learn more.

The opportunities presented by QNET are more than just financial rewards. This company offers a chance for everyone to start their own business without being involved in traditional businesses that require huge capital, long hours, or even years of experience.


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