When a company or enterprise is accused of being a scam, there tends to be a false image of illegitimacy attached to them and money is defrauded from the public, usually through lies and deceptive tactics. It’s a fact of life that whatever is built on lies will eventually collapse, and because of this, the media has seemed to label much of the direct selling industry, such as the so called QNET scam. But how valid are these accusations?
QNET has been in business for over 18 years, operating in more than twenty countries around the world, with a booming customer base of over 5 million globally. Its founders are well known, highly respected business leaders who have gone on to build many successful entities, such as a hotel chain and a renowned Swiss watch brand. The company is a member of the Direct Selling Association of many countries and has even been met with several awards. Lastly, QNET has a long-term partnership with the likes of the Marussia F1 and Manchester City Football Club, among many others.
QNET’s products are also of high quality, with top selling items such as the Nutriplus nutritional range, the SHARP-QNET Plasmacluster Air Purifier, and the Physio Radiance Skincare range. It has established credibility through its dedication to the community, with numerous charitable projects in India and a worldwide network of support, RYTHM Foundation.
But what sets QNET apart from other companies, namely those more likely to be called a scam, is the sustainability of its payment plan. It rewards distributors for their efforts in both immediate compensation through product sales and long-term financial independence gained through residual income. One can be well-versed in the knowledge and skills of the company with the QNET training program and easily access all business related documents on their website.
QNET is a legitimate business opportunity available to those willing to work hard and invest their time and resources. It is regulated by the national laws of many countries and complies with the industry standards of the Direct Selling Association and WFDSA. Therefore, QNET Scam is just a false allegation that needs serious review.