Is it advisable to join the QI group that is into network marketing? How beneficial would it be to quit a 9 to 5 job and enter a company like QNet?

Updated on : December 8, 2021 by Charlotte Best



Is it advisable to join the QI group that is into network marketing? How beneficial would it be to quit a 9 to 5 job and enter a company like QNet?

Hello there,

Sorry for the spiel, I just share my experience:

Network marketing has become quite popular. With some of the problems created by those who run these networks, there has been a lot of negativity associated with network marketing. He was interested in network marketing and wanted to give it a try. This is my story.

When I came to Dubai, I heard that there were quite a few network marketing or direct sales companies established here. They are regulated by the Direct Selling Association, and I saw many programs organized by them in various places. They also have offices a

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Hello there,

Sorry for the spiel, I just share my experience:

Network marketing has become quite popular. With some of the problems created by those who run these networks, there has been a lot of negativity associated with network marketing. He was interested in network marketing and wanted to give it a try. This is my story.

When I came to Dubai, I heard that there were quite a few network marketing or direct sales companies established here. They are regulated by the Direct Selling Association, and I saw many programs organized by them in various places. They also have offices all over the place, so that validated my question about legitimacy.

Fast forward a few months, I saw one of my friends post a post saying they found a great opportunity. He was a recruiter, he posted that they were looking for people to participate in a part-time / full-time opportunity. He had been looking for a job for a while and when I saw that he got a job, I casually texted him to see what job he had gotten, how he was doing, etc. He started telling me about this wonderful business opportunity, but he didn't want to tell me what it was about. . I asked and asked and he told me it was for ... company. (never mentioned Qnet). He asked me to meet him, he even got a friend to help me get there, as I didn't know how to go on my own. The friend bought me tea and kept saying it was a good opportunity. They said their elders would talk to me.

The senior sits down, asks about my hobbies, what I do, etc. It begins by explaining micro-franchises and how much companies spend on advertising. Then finally, after about an hour, it reaches Qnet. It is a multilevel marketing company, very famous, it sponsors many events, the main focus is RYTHM and Inservice, people long to get into Inservice (I liked that Qnet was involved in charity work). You get a follow-up center. add a person to the right to the left. Whoever comes next is added to your downlines. They will help and add a person to your left. Wonderful opportunity! Then they cut to the chase, I need to buy a product worth AED 7,000 to qualify. So I wanted out, but something in the way they talked made me stay. They said he could get the 7000 back in a few weeks. It is easy.

They asked me what product I would like to buy and they told me something about a record. I did not understand. Then they said that there is an amazing product. Tripsavr. I spend $ 1,500 and get a $ 6,000 credit that I can use to book hotels. It seemed like a lot. (Especially since I love to travel) I asked them to show me the website and they just ran their finger over their phone.

Then another one of the Seniors comes, he told me that someone else was waiting to join, he asked me to lock myself in my position. If I don't, I lose Blah Blah. I said I'd think about it, I don't have all the cash, they said they'd put something in and I can pay them later. At least block your position. I felt pressured to join. OK, I gave 200 AED and stayed in my position. I got home and got an email showing my IR number etc. I received another email for a tripsavr purchase. (I was small, they said they are buying parts to save me more money)

That night I received a message asking me when I can arrange the payment. I told them to wait because I have yet to think about it. I was thinking better of it. Searching the internet, I saw a lot of negative reports about qnet. So I said not to make any more payments. The senior told me that they completed all the payments and sent me a payment summary (it was from some other payment for someone else). At that time I was suspicious because I did not receive any email from Qnet. They convinced me that the payment was done, I changed my account password (they asked me not to change it). I gave them part of the amount the next day and a few minutes later the senior asked me why I changed the password. In a few minutes, I see an invoice for part of the payment in my email. I asked the older one and she said that qnet takes a long time to update.

I still had a little more to pay them to complete the payment. Then the calls and messages began. About 3-4 people in my upline started calling or texting me to "encourage" me to add someone. I had to attend a training (I didn't), then the uplines sat down with me and started explaining to me.

I couldn't tell everyone it was for Qnet, I had to tell those I call that it was a wonderful opportunity (there was no talk of selling items, the focus was only on recruitment) I had to say I was looking for a business partner, call family and friends first. So just talk to strangers. Simple enough ... I tried.

How could you ask a family that you knew already had a lot of problems to put in so much money? How could you ask friends who just got a job after trying for months to get into this? How could you ask a total of strangers who were just looking for work to come buy a vacation package or an extremely expensive watch?

The older people convinced me that by doing this, I was helping those people achieve their dreams as well. They also kept asking for the rest of the money. They said they did the complete transaction, but I never received the email for a transaction. I was about to send the rest of the money when something felt really wrong.

I went online and looked for tripsavr reviews, there weren't any. I went to tripsavr and compared the prices, I could only use a small part of those savings dollars that I bought. Like $ 30 for a reservation in small hotels up to $ 1000 in large hotels. Many online sites offered much lower prices without me paying the lowest price. Even if you used it for a lifetime, you would never finish all those savings dollars. And the 110% money back guarantee if there are lower prices on other websites only applies the same day, at the same time and should not be in the sale coupon etc. I felt it was strange that I had to pay so much to get my discounted price and even then I was paying the same amount as other websites.

Calls and messages arrive again, some even at night. Do I have someone? got someone we need to add someone this week. They are working until 12 to add someone below me, blah blah…. Have I already transferred the money?

In just two days, I stopped talking to my family, friends, and my husband because I was glued to the phone trying to find someone. Trying to get the money back was the only thing on his mind. Added to that was the suspicion that they were lying to me about making the transaction.

The next day I looked at the refund policy and they offered me a 7 day refund. All the pressure was too much for me. I changed my password, called the Qnet office and asked for a refund. They were very helpful and guided me on what to do.

Now come the unspoken troubles

  1. $ 30 is your membership fee which is non-refundable
  2. There is a $ 30 service charge for each refund. To 'save' money, my uplines had made 3 transactions. so it came to $ 90
  3. If a credit card is used, there will be a service charge. They had used an electronic card (which is the qnet edition of cards that can be used for shopping). My uplines must exchange the electronic card for cash.
  4. My suspicion was correct. They had made the payment only after I paid them. So even after asking them to postpone payment, they tricked me into saying they did (if the uplines said they hadn't made the payment, I would have stopped and refunded their amount 2 days ago).
  5. It will take 4 weeks to receive the refund

I requested a refund anyway. I called my uplines and told them and they spent the next 1-2 hours convincing myself that I am giving up a good opportunity. I just wanted them to stop. There was something else. There is an equipment cost involved, which they said was for a registration in India and for a brochure (the brochure looked very cheap but I haven't received it yet). But when I asked the Qnet office, they said it is like a payment for organizing training and it is not linked to qnet. It is between the group and me.

Then; If you join Qnet only after understanding the following things

  1. Initial purchase required
  2. There is a $ 30 registration fee that is non-refundable
  3. Refunds take time and there is a service charge involved; Please review the refund policy before purchasing an item.
  4. You will have to spend a LOT of time on behalf of getting people to join, trainings, etc.
  5. Many of the uplines have this as a full time job, my uplines never respected my time.
  6. You can forget about having time to spend with family. Network marketing takes a lot of effort.
  7. it takes patience to build and supervise a team.
  8. You will have to bend the truth for people to come. They say he's not lying ... well, he isn't. But it sure feels that way.
  9. Other expenses include: travel, phone calls, etc.
  10. You may be last in the tree, so you will have a lot of pressure to bring someone under you.
  11. The focus is on recruiting and not selling, unless there are new recruits, no one is paid. So everyone will collaborate to find new people, but it gets difficult and I think it is not sustainable.
  12. My personal opinion is that the products are too expensive.
  13. They call it a "business", but when I have no say in the products or the price, I have a hard time calling it that :(
  14. It all depends on who you are with. If the rep is mean / shady / greedy, you can't blame the company.

So can I call it a scam? Definitely not. Can I call it an opportunity? It depends on if you agree with all of the above and if you have a good team. I got a team that I couldn't trust, so I ended up ditching. If you get a good team ... well, it all depends on you. But for me, I will stay away from network marketing for a LONG time!

Advisable? No.

I do not know QNet, I have seen many people dedicate themselves to multilevel marketing.

I only know a few who made money. To earn money you have to enter new territory from the beginning. If you ask on Quora, it's too late. Except for the two or three who made money, everyone else I knew not only didn't make money, they lost their friends, a lot of friends.

Look at the products on offer and ask yourself "why aren't they sold in stores or online" and "what value does the sales force really add to this product line?" Usu

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Advisable? No.

I do not know QNet, I have seen many people dedicate themselves to multilevel marketing.

I only know a few who made money. To earn money you have to enter new territory from the beginning. If you ask on Quora, it's too late. Except for the two or three who made money, everyone else I knew not only didn't make money, they lost their friends, a lot of friends.

Look at the products on offer and ask yourself "why aren't they sold in stores or online" and "what value does the sales force really add to this product line?" Usually the answer to the second is also the answer to the first: the products are not competitive and often not legitimate, so they must use a special sales force to "push" them.

So what you're doing is hoping to get rich by convincing your friends and acquaintances to buy or sell junk. Expensive garbage.

Many of the other answers here contain good information. Many MLMs are pyramid schemes. Many move the product "filling the channel" (selling to intermediaries / their downline) instead of selling to end users / customers.

Here in the United States, MLMs come and go, mostly disappearing. It is quite routine to read about some district attorney investigating and prosecuting an MLM company. The only one I know of that still exists is Amway, which (as far as I know) makes and sells reasonable quality soaps, detergents, and cleaning supplies, and Amway has had some problems.

Good question. If you work hard and can organize your own work time, I think you should try joining QNET.

Also, here are some benefits of forking with QNET online marketing:

  • QNET Business allows you to work at your own pace on your own schedule. How many other people with "real" jobs can say that they work at different times of the day when they have a few minutes of free time? How many people with "real" jobs can say they work part-time and earn full-time income? How many people with "real" jobs can say they work from their home, car, the beach, or anywhere else?
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Good question. If you work hard and can organize your own work time, I think you should try joining QNET.

Also, here are some benefits of forking with QNET online marketing:

  • QNET Business allows you to work at your own pace on your own schedule. How many other people with "real" jobs can say that they work at different times of the day when they have a few minutes of free time? How many people with "real" jobs can say they work part-time and earn full-time income? How many people with "real" jobs can say they work from their home, car, the beach, or anywhere other than an office building?
  • QNET Network Marketing you get paid to share things with your friends! It's like telling your friends how much you enjoyed a new restaurant, watching a certain movie, or shopping at a certain store. Network marketing is not sales, but simply making recommendations on the things you enjoy.
  • You have a great opportunity to improve your own life with QNET Business. Whether that means quitting the job you hate, staying home with your kids, increasing your income to help you through college, or improving your health, you can do it!

With QNET, the opportunities ahead are endless. Through network marketing, many people have been able to retire from their "real" jobs or graduate from college without having to land a "real" job at all. Millennials have an especially great opportunity to succeed and create the life they want to live through network marketing, large groups of friends, and numerous social media accounts. However, anyone can be successful and make a career out of network marketing. All you need is some friends!

QNET is related to health. This means that you can help other people to be healthy from the inside out, have more energy, lose their weight, etc. It is a very rewarding feeling to know that you help others to be healthier and feel better about themselves for a living!

QNET gives you the opportunity to support your friends and shop locally, so remember the friend who sells candles, jewelry, or health products the next time you think about shopping at a large retail company on the other side of the world.

QI Group is basically a company of a group of companies based in Hong Kong and Malaysia.

Qnet is one of the branches of the QI Group that generates income for the group.

I think if you are asking this question, you have already seen the plan or met with the lead partner of your recommendation. So, I will answer whether you should join the network marketing business or not.

Before entering any network marketing company, you should do your research on the authenticity of the company, in this case Qnet is authentic. But how would you know now if this is the business for you? Ask yourself these questions, do you deserve this kind of

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QI Group is basically a company of a group of companies based in Hong Kong and Malaysia.

Qnet is one of the branches of the QI Group that generates income for the group.

I think if you are asking this question, you have already seen the plan or met with the lead partner of your recommendation. So, I will answer whether you should join the network marketing business or not.

Before entering any network marketing company, you should do your research on the authenticity of the company, in this case Qnet is authentic. But how would you know now if this is the business for you? Ask yourself these questions, do you deserve this amount of money? Do you want to quit your job soon and settle in?

I think you would have heard these questions, so I'll ask you the real questions, are you ready to sacrifice your friendships, relationships?

Think you can refer people like any of your friend's successful uplines do? Business is all about referrals, and believe me when I say this. Many people join the business and leave in no more than 8 months. I suggest you put all those wacky things out of what you saw in the plan. You just have to call your friends or should I say Potential Partners and tell them about the opportunity. Many people will find it unethical and in a way it is. But network marketing is not unethical, these people and organizations are.

Now, I assume you started the business and refer people in a short time, say in 6 to 8 months (ideal condition). You are earning checks more than your salary. Then you can think about quitting your job.

But I will suggest that until you refer 20 people who claim they joined the business, DO NOT LINK YOUR POWER WORK. Your job is your bread and butter, don't throw it away. And the most unsuccessful people will tell you all the stories about successful shit. And if you see that your Referal is pleading, you know what it means.

The business works on "THE LAW OF AVERAGE", if you call 10 people to show the plan, 5 will tell you no directly, 5 will tell you that they will come. 3 of them still won't come even after promising you. 2 of them will see the plan or opportunity. 1 of them will say yes. And believe me, this works Af. The ratio will be 10: 1.

So when you call 100 people to the table, that means your business will be fine as 20 people will tell you yes.

Take your time and decide, your Referral has all the time in the world. Don't think you will miss the opportunity. It will always be there.

Peace out ... beaacchhheeess ...

99% of direct sales professionals are part-time. If you want to work full time (something I did almost 20 years ago), this is the best advice I can give you if you want to:

1. Do your research - is this a solid company that will be around for a long time? Do you have people who earn full time income? How long did it take? What was your experience before joining?

2. Decide if this company is your passion: Follow someone who is in the business full time for a couple of days. Can you see yourself doing that every day? Do you love him so much that you will do it even when things are going well?

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99% of direct sales professionals are part-time. If you want to work full time (something I did almost 20 years ago), this is the best advice I can give you if you want to:

1. Do your research - is this a solid company that will be around for a long time? Do you have people who earn full time income? How long did it take? What was your experience before joining?

2. Decide if this company is your passion: Follow someone who is in the business full time for a couple of days. Can you see yourself doing that every day? Do you love it so much that you will do it even when things go wrong? Are you so motivated that rejection and obstacles will have no impact on your outlook?

3. Commit to continuous learning - just by asking the question I can tell you are a smart person. You must continue to grow, add skills, learn new strategies, and become a leader if you want to generate full-time income in our industry. Are you willing to do that? Daily?

4. Do not look back, you should not dedicate yourself full time until your income is more than you need and you have it constantly for 3 months in a row. But when you work full time you need to burn the ships and commit to doing this and being better at it than anyone else. This is tough, but the rewards are worth it ... oh, it's worth it.

I was at a conference and there were over 20 people making $ 1 million per year (and more) in direct sales. There were almost a thousand who were in the business full time. They all started their business for less than $ 1000. They have no major overhead. They travel the world. They make a difference in people's lives every day. They are challenged to grow, learn and be more and live a life of contribution and purpose.

In what other industry can you do all that ... and start for less than $ 1000?

Seriously ... there is no major industry in the world. Direct selling / network marketing is a real option,

Now is the time.

To go! To go! To go!

Tom Wood
CEO / Founder
MasteryTV.com

I am not personally familiar with QI Group (or QNet), so I cannot speak to that particular company, but I can address part of your question.

You asked how beneficial it would be to drop a 9 to 5 and get into a company like this (network marketing), and that answer is rated as "incredibly beneficial." The qualification is that you must be successful at it!

There are tens of thousands of independent representatives / distributors around the world who make a full-time living through direct sales or network marketing. And if you interview any of them, you will always find a strong endo

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I am not personally familiar with QI Group (or QNet), so I cannot speak to that particular company, but I can address part of your question.

You asked how beneficial it would be to drop a 9 to 5 and get into a company like this (network marketing), and that answer is rated as "incredibly beneficial." The qualification is that you must be successful at it!

There are tens of thousands of independent representatives / distributors around the world who make a full-time living through direct sales or network marketing. And if you were to interview any of them, you would consistently find strong endorsement of the lifestyle you enjoy. As a full-time representative, they can design the life they want without the normal limitations of a 9 to 5 job.

That may mean bringing a spouse home from work, the kids from home school, the ability to travel regularly without time restrictions, financial security, and much more. However, direct sales success is a very relative term and varies greatly from one individual to another. For some, simply having enough income to pay their monthly expenses and therefore not being in debt to a boss or a corporation is enough. Being able to go to sleep and wake up whenever you want is enough. But for others, success requires a higher level of income.

At WorldVentures, we always encourage people to use their common sense. We do not advocate for anyone to quit their day job immediately after enrollment. As the late Jim Rohn always taught, there is power in having a "little part-time thing" you were working on. In our opinion, it is always better to go to "Full Time" later than before. It's a great feeling to "fire your boss" and start enjoying a life of total time and money freedom, but for most people that takes several years of concerted effort and isn't something that you get overnight. the morning.

Hope it helps you answer your question.

Qnet is a total fucking scam ... I have a close friend who introduced me to this shit and made me attend a couple of meetings. Qnet could be going through loopholes in Indian law and could even be a legitimate company. I don't give a damn about that.

Anyone who becomes an IR, almost everyone I have met claims to have matured in life after joining Qnet and starting to talk about respect. You have no idea about respect, respect has nothing to do with money. I can't believe you guys claim to have enlightened after joining this shitty business you've been lying about all along.

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Qnet is a total fucking scam ... I have a close friend who introduced me to this shit and made me attend a couple of meetings. Qnet could be going through loopholes in Indian law and could even be a legitimate company. I don't give a damn about that.

Anyone who becomes an IR, almost everyone I have met claims to have matured in life after joining Qnet and starting to talk about respect. You have no idea about respect, respect has nothing to do with money. I can't believe you guys claim to have enlightened after joining this shitty business where you lie all along saying that there isn't much time for us to join the business and that time will run out if I don't sign up soon enough. Me, the article in Times Of India and Indian Express was written after they got paid to do it and when I asked them about the article in Forbes magazine and they told me how someone can pay Forbes to write an article and that it was an article genuine.

My close friend who is an IR has been working there for a few weeks and she is very interested and totally excited and completely determined to make money and wants me to invest and she even promised that she would get my money back. 6 months and if not, he would refund his salary money. The guys at Qnet have brainwashed her into thinking that a person can only earn respect by earning more and getting more and more people into the business, and they will respect her for the favor she did them all by helping them get rich. There's no way I can make her think otherwise and she spends a lot of time there and we don't even see each other these days because she's always there and it's been 10 weeks and she hasn't signed up a single person yet. He talks to me on the phone and tells me he's keeping my record hot or some shit and it's a great opportunity. He no longer has a social life and I can't believe the way he pushed me to join and still does. We used to be very close and met almost every day before she joined this fucking unethical business and she is convinced that she is doing nothing wrong and that she is really helping her close and loved ones. I don't even feel like meeting her these days because that's all she talks about. I can't wait for the moment when she realizes that she did all of this for nothing and ruined her entire life and her relationship with those close to her. However, I warned him, but he signed up without even telling me. Don't believe the way you pressured me to join and still do. We used to be very close and met almost every day before she joined this fucking unethical business and she is convinced that she is doing nothing wrong and that she is really helping her close and loved ones. I don't even feel like meeting her these days because that's all she talks about. I can't wait for the moment when she realizes that she did all of this for nothing and ruined her entire life and her relationship with those close to her. However, I warned him, but he signed up without even telling me. Don't believe the way you pressured me to join and still do. We used to be very close and met almost every day before she joined this fucking unethical business and she is convinced that she is doing nothing wrong and that she is really helping her close and loved ones. I don't even feel like meeting her these days because that's all she talks about. I can't wait for the moment when she realizes that she did all of this for nothing and ruined her entire life and her relationship with those close to her. However, I warned him, but he signed up without even telling me. I don't even feel like meeting her these days because that's all she talks about. I can't wait for the moment when she realizes that she did all of this for nothing and ruined her entire life and her relationship with those close to her. However, I warned him, but he signed up without even telling me. I don't even feel like meeting her these days because that's all she talks about. I can't wait for the moment when she realizes that she did all of this for nothing and ruined her entire life and her relationship with those close to her. Nevertheless,

I would like to comment that Qi Group is a renowned multinational company. If the networkers who have joined the company claim that it is a fraud or scam, I would like to defer and mention that there are no flaws in this or any other networking business, because they are self-sufficient, there is no "churn " here.
the product is incidental to the business model and you need to understand the basic components of a networking business
1) You must believe in yourself and this company that you have confidence in with the company or partner you have agreed to partner with. To win

2) If a networker has

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I would like to comment that Qi Group is a renowned multinational company. If the networkers who have joined the company claim that it is a fraud or scam, I would like to defer and mention that there are no flaws in this or any other networking business, because they are self-sufficient, there is no "churn " here.
the product is incidental to the business model and you need to understand the basic components of a networking business
1) You must believe in yourself and this company that you have confidence in with the company or partner you have agreed to partner with. To win

2) If a networker has given you incorrect information or has brainwashed you, since when did you stop investigating? Do you mean that a close family member / friend or stranger convinced you to take your credit card from your wallet and swipe the card on the e-commerce portal without foundation or that you selected the product you wanted to buy when registering as an Independent Representative?

3) Once you have signed up and you should always be in the attitude of How to make it successful for me

4) Don't get carried away by negative feelings, and if you do and decide to quit, don't tell the world that Qnet is a scam, didn't pursue your business growth, or grow your network.

5) Sign up for your personal development and stay and meet friends who are positive and encouraging, do not discuss Qnet with friends or family who live in another world of unsubstantiated information and security.

6) If Reliance had left based on the various allegations on the internet and word of mouth, the company would have been closed a long time ago. Ambani still exists and is getting stronger. In fact, they are only diversifying their portfolio.

So, educate yourself and make wise decisions before joining a network or network marketing business. Ask relevant questions -Ask the experts -Ask the successful network marketers.

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Look, QNet may be a scam, but there are a lot of network marketing companies that you can really bring in big income from.

Make sure to do your research first because there are so many other "QNet" out there. Also, here are some things to consider when you start researching opportunities:

  • How does this opportunity allow me to help others?
  • How much work should I put into this to generate a viable income?
  • Do I Have What It Takes To Be A Successful Network Marketer?


If you are satisfied with the answer you have to these questions, then network marketing will work for you.

Do

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Look, QNet may be a scam, but there are a lot of network marketing companies that you can really bring in big income from.

Make sure to do your research first because there are so many other "QNet" out there. Also, here are some things to consider when you start researching opportunities:

  • How does this opportunity allow me to help others?
  • How much work should I put into this to generate a viable income?
  • Do I Have What It Takes To Be A Successful Network Marketer?


If you are satisfied with the answer you have to these questions, then network marketing will work for you.

Does your opportunity help others?

You may be wondering why this is the first question I ask you. When you know that you are helping people, your work is much more enjoyable.

It feels more like solving problems than selling products.

Time and effort to generate viable income


Well, we all know that we turned to network marketing to escape 9-5. If you are considering breaking free from the mundane and venturing into the realm of entrepreneurship, you need to make sure that you will earn enough to support yourself and your family. It may be best to start part-time and then transition to full-time when you're ready.

Do you have what it takes?


Do you know you have what it takes to be successful in network marketing? Keep in mind that a certain skill set is needed. Like any other skill set, you develop them over time through experience and knowledge.

To do


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NO

Don't join this, there are many reasons for it.

I went through a similar experience, I was invited by a person we knew to this business, I told them no, they asked me to open my bank account and they wanted to see the eligibility for the loan, and they will not believe that they applied for a loan that was approved instantly and I they took the money,

I was an idiot to let that happen to me, I came back crying, they gave me books to read, videos to watch and then they asked me to go every day, they told me that I had to put 70% in QNET and 30% time in my work from 9 to 5 I was doing fine, they start

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NO

Don't join this, there are many reasons for it.

I went through a similar experience, I was invited by a person we knew to this business, I told them no, they asked me to open my bank account and they wanted to see the eligibility for the loan, and they will not believe that they applied for a loan that was approved instantly and I they took the money,

I was an idiot to let that happen to me, I came back crying, they gave me books to read, videos to watch and then they asked me to go every day, they told me that I had to put 70% in QNET and 30% time in my work from 9 to 5 I was doing well, they started calling me daily to coffee shops and shopping centers for "meetings", every weekend they forced me to attend meetings, where they told me to gather 500 people, send messages to 500 people and take them to this "business".

They make you meet "highly successful" people in their businesses, people they call "gold stars", they show you what their life is like, how they left their jobs and doing QNET full time, showing people with branded clothes, With big cars and telling you that you can be them one day

They have training sessions where they tell you to bring people, Sunday meetings in the hallways (where you have to pay to get it).

In short, there is no time for you, plus the pressure to bring people in and then help them get their money back (attracting more people).

P.S. I struggled and got my refund

QNet has a very clear earnings disclaimer. One must think about this before investing. Ignorantia juris non excusat.

MLM is a good alternative source of income, until it exceeds your regular income, after which you may consider quitting your 9-5 job. It takes 4-5 years of sustained efforts to generate this type of income stream. MLM is never a get-rich-quick scheme, like any business, and should not be projected as such.

Advantages
1) Become a better person: being with people, working as a team towards a common goal, confidence, communication skills, ability to accept rejection.

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QNet has a very clear earnings disclaimer. One must think about this before investing. Ignorantia juris non excusat.

MLM is a good alternative source of income, until it exceeds your regular income, after which you may consider quitting your 9-5 job. It takes 4-5 years of sustained efforts to generate this type of income stream. MLM is never a get-rich-quick scheme, like any business, and should not be projected as such.

Advantages
1) Becoming a better person: being with people, working as a team towards a common goal, confidence, communication skills, ability to accept rejection.
2) Possibility of earning a lot of money over time.
3) Work at your own pace.

Disadvantages
1) Over time, friends will start avoiding you, especially if you keep having conversations about the business. Actions speak louder than words. When they see it visibly successful, they will come back.
2) If there is a large investment up front, there will be pressure on you to get it back as soon as possible, especially if you have taken out a loan. This can lead you to try shortcuts, which may not sustain you over time.
3) No vacations are allowed for at least 3-4 years, unless you sign up for QVI CLUB MEMBERSHIPS. You will be working most weekends, speaking to potential downlines, and being mentored by your uplines.

It is best to enter this type of business with your eyes and mind open.

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