Is it worth investing in the QI group website?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Alexander Lee



Is it worth investing in the QI group website?

Check this out and do your own research. After all, it is your money.

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?

Do you mean qnet group? If so, stay away from them, you won't get any of it, you will lose your hard-earned money in the end.

Hello friend, just look at this once and then decide based on your digestion capacity.

How will you handle it if it recurs?

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True Confessions from a Qnet Senior Independent Representative

I worked as an IR for Qnet for a few years, so I feel like I am qualified to answer this question from the inside out.

First date:

I had just graduated from university in Delhi and was waiting for the date of incorporation of a renowned multinational. One night, I was hanging out with my group of friends at a mall when I ran into an old friend of mine from college. I was glad to meet her after such a long time, we talked for a while, how life is going, etc., we exchanged numbers and then she left.

First phone call:

2 weeks later I received a call from her and I got engaged in casu

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True Confessions from a Qnet Senior Independent Representative

I worked as an IR for Qnet for a few years, so I feel like I am qualified to answer this question from the inside out.

First date:

I had just graduated from university in Delhi and was waiting for the date of incorporation of a renowned multinational. One night, I was hanging out with my group of friends at a mall when I ran into an old friend of mine from college. I was glad to meet her after such a long time, we talked for a while, how life is going, etc., we exchanged numbers and then she left.

First phone call:

Two weeks later I got a call from her and I struck up a casual conversation about work, hobbies and other things and little by little she diverted the conversation towards future plans, goals, dreams, etc. Then she mentioned that she had big dreams for herself, that she had started her own business, I asked her for more details about her business but she somehow managed to dodge all my questions without revealing many details. But she increasingly emphasized how her life has changed, also mentioning that she is making almost double the salary her corporate company gives her, and then hastily ended the call saying there was some work, that she is very busy and that she will be back. to call some. day after. But this conversation I had with her It made me curious what business he was getting into and many of those questions settled in my mind. I just got out of college and the idea of ​​corporate life didn't fit my thought process. He managed to make me uneasy after that call and I was anxiously waiting for him to call again.

Second phone call:

And guess what? That crafty woman called me back after exactly 1 week. This time his tone was different. He seemed to be in a hurry. She asked me, "Dude, are you free this weekend?" I hesitantly replied yes, I am free and then she hastily tells me that her senior partner who runs the "business" with her is in town for a very short time and is looking for a partner to run the business in Delhi. He then proceeds to say that he is a highly respected guy and that he is never free and that this is a golden opportunity to do something worthwhile in this life. It made me so nervous and excited that I instantly accepted the meeting. (Note that she did not mention a single thing on the subject of business. She controlled the entire conversation,

"Business meeting:

Now, she didn't reveal the meeting location until 1 day before (remember, this "senior partner" is a busy guy and he's hard to catch). He texted me the address, it was a Starbucks coffee in a strip mall in a posh town. Then he asked me to put on a business suit and please don't be late as the senior partner doesn't have that much time and I'm lucky to meet him. As clueless as I was, I believed each and every word she said because: 1) She was my good friend in college. 2) She didn't seem like a scam type and was one of the best at our university. 3) She sounded quite convincing and excited.

I followed all of his instructions until T and got to the place 20 minutes early. He met me outside the Starbucks and walked me inside and then looked around and chose a secluded corner where there were no people around and less noisy, which made sense. We waited at the table for 10 minutes and then a guy came and sat next to me and introduced himself. He looked like a "businessman". We started talking and then slowly he took over the conversation and started asking questions to find out more about me. And then he mentioned the name of a guy who is his mentor and he goes on and on about how great this man is. At one point, I felt like I might be meeting some famous business mogul, and I actually started to feel lucky. LOL. This is how you are drawn to them, all sweet words and high affirmations.

"Main partner" enter:

After 10 minutes, a short-bearded golu bolu guy comes in and my friend immediately gets up and shakes his hand, I follow his signal and shake his hand and introduce myself. He sat across from me and we started talking. Then he asked me questions about myself, where I am from, where I studied, what my plans are, etc. He then asked me what I thought about business in general and from there he slowly unraveled and got into a serious discussion about business in general and explicitly emphasized in words like 'risk', 'Robert Kiyosaki', 'ESBI', and some other business jargon that crossed my mind. Then he tells me that his business is booming and if all goes well his turnover is expected to be Rs 4 crore per year for each of his business partners. I was shitting bricks at the time! I was so excited. In my mind I was high on money

4 million rupees every year !! That is the dream! Even if I manage 1 crore in a year, that's enough for me.

He understood from a previous conversation, that I dreamed of traveling abroad, I was also looking to buy a house for my family. Using these two points, he began to connect my trap. Again, I had no idea and was super engrossed in the dream that he was selling me. He then asked: "If I give you 1000% assurance and assurance that our business is ethical, moral and legal on all fronts, would you be interested in being part of this business?" I said, "Hell yeah!"

He then went on to say that since this is a business and I will be joining as a partner, obviously there will be investment involved. And the word investment is what brought me back to reality.

Expect? That? Investment? Do I have to give money? That?

I started to sweat and change. He realized this and then cited an example of a traditional business model: a fabric store. He asked me how much I thought would be a minimal investment to set up a fabric store.

How the hell was I supposed to know? No one in my family did a cloth business.

I pretended to think and blurted out a minimum of 10 lakhs. And then he asked me, "Do you have 10 lakhs to invest in a business?"

To which I replied - No. Then he said that, of course, no one has that much money at home to invest in a business like that.

This is where he finally puts the rope around my neck: “The minimum investment slab for my business is 2.5 lakhs. I even started with the same amount and now I'm worth much more ”

"Do you have 2.5 lakhs?"

I replied: No. These questions were getting really awkward at this point and I wanted to flee back to the comfort of my home.

He continued his grinding with a calm demeanor as if he were doing it day after day.

“Even if you had 2.5 lakhs, I wouldn't take it. Entrepreneurs never invest their own money in any business. They take money out of the market and they get money out of the market. "

I was completely lost. I didn't get a word of what he said.

"So, since you have expressed your desire to be my partner in Delhi, I would recommend that you apply for a personal loan of Rs 3.5 lakhs."

Loan?? That??? Are you kidding me?

My sweating became more profuse. I could already see the look of disappointment on my father's face. He was nervous to the core. The stomach was upset.

“I'll tell you why a loan is better. See you take a 3.5 lakhs loan from the bank, the bank will charge an EMI of 5k per month. So look at it this way: You are doing a business that has the potential to generate Rs 4 million every year for just a small monthly investment of 5 billion. "

Unfortunately, I took that hook. Mind you, up to this point he didn't even tell me what the business was about, what industry they are in, what the products are, he deliberately and tactfully guided the conversation to scam me into investing 3.5 lakhs.

In hindsight, when I think about it, I feel so silly. How could I not see through that trap ??? Aarghh !!

Then he gave me more lessons on risks and how business works and other motivational things about successful businesses. I agreed to apply for a loan.

Loan and "investment" approval:

Now apparently these people have contacts with many loan officers.

I mean, why not? If I were a loan officer, then these people would be a bloody gold mine to me.

They put me in contact with one of the loan officers who took all my documents and the loan amount was disbursed in 9 days. I sent the amount to that senior partner who then asked me to start attending training sessions, he gave me some business books to read. One of the books was: Rich Dad, Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki.

Does Robert know that his books are used as tools to scam people in India?

The business":

I completed my Business 101 training, finished my books, and now was the time to act.

I STILL HAD NO CLUE WHAT THE BUSINESS IS ABOUT !! Not even kidding! I AM THAT CRITICAL.

Finally, one afternoon, they gave me the full details of the "business." It's bloody multi-level marketing. I gave 3.5 lakhs to an MLM company. Let me say it again for emphasis.

I GAVE 3.5 LAKHS TO AN UNREVIEWED MLM COMPANY.

Now I need to put 1 boy on the right and 1 boy on the left to start my chain. The boy on the left should have no connection to the boy on the right. Which means I need to add 1 of my friends on the left side of my chain and on the right side I need to add someone from other circles like family, corporate friends, etc.

And guess what, I had to call people and tell them about my business. For a guy who hates talking to anyone on the phone, this was an Everest to climb, but as you know, he had no other choice. (Remember the 3.5 lakhs I gave to an MLM without even checking it?)

The money I "invested" is simply used to purchase products from the Qnet website. The products? Well ... a glass disk that supposedly connects to my Chi, costs 25k (LOL). And there are other products besides vacation packages, etc.

They have this concept called Unit Volume (UV). Each product on the portal is worth some UV. A minimum of 3 business UVs on my left side of the chain and 3 business UVs on the right side of the chain are required to generate a paycheck.

Senior partners or uplines (MLM term) completely control how money is used to buy what product. Payment is every Tuesday and the business is closed on Friday every week. So every Friday this first copy of Ratan Tatas scam as much as people can inject money into Qnet portal to earn money.

This is the business. The business model itself may be ethical at its core, but the way it has been designed and operated in India, there is no ethical way to do it. It's always about scamming clueless and gullible people like me.

How far did I get?

There are multiple workouts each week. They break down each and every one of the values ​​that he could have gleaned from his upbringing. You become like them. Pure psychological brainwashing. You become ruthless and you only think about money. Pollute your mind.

Then they have these conferences outside of India. It's called V-con. I attended conferences in Dubai, Malaysia, Thailand. All these trips were financed with money from my own pockets, loans, credit cards, debts. You blindly follow what they say and you would do your best to do what they ask of you. Beg, borrow, steal.

Then little by little, I started to earn a little money, I had my own team. Then the main partners start to include you in their elite "circles". Evening parties, social gatherings, etc. I used to leave my house at 6 a.m. M. To go to the corporate office, after the office, I would go straight to meet my team (they were all scammed like me, but I didn't care. Money making machines for me and I had to teach them how to scam others). And then the night parties after which I came home at 4 in the morning. 2 hours of sleep and then the same routine is repeated. Sometimes my parents didn't see me for days, even though we lived in the same house. They were really worried about what I'm stuck with because I stopped giving them money for their expenses at home. Dad was about to retire.

Accumulated debt. The Money IN vs Money OUT chart got steep and I lost control. At the age of 24, he was caught in a vicious cycle of debt and in the process had managed to accumulate a debt of 17 lakhs.

I lost almost all my friends. They started avoiding me. I was alone. I lost connections with my family. They also suffered because they were completely dependent on my salary for daily necessities due to my dad being caught in a cycle of debt.

I finally made the decision to stop meeting those people and ran away. They were quite persistent. You build this master-slave relationship with them over time. More like a Stockholm syndrome. That is what drives this entire organization. They kept calling me several times a day. I blocked all the numbers, I isolated myself from social networks, I stayed at home most of the time.

There was absolutely no one who could understand why I did what I did. Why would anyone support me? I had clearly lost my way, I deserved every little pain that all this effort caused me.

But luckily for me, there were some of my childhood friends who spoke to me, they helped me find a solution to this problem. 17 lakhs of debt with a salary of 40k per month? That's a fatal shot right there. There is only one way it would end. My death.

I sank into depression. Absolutely no desire to live. Have you seen your dad sitting on the balcony of your house, gloomy, staring at the sky? I have. He used to do that every night because he had no answers to problems. He stopped talking to me. There was nothing to say. That sight broke me to the core. I didn't have the guts to look him in the eye and ask for forgiveness. I still don't.

It was then that I started planning my suicide. I started reading about credit cards and loans. Overdue credit card amounts are not reversed if the primary account holder dies, they are simply transferred to the closest family members. So I couldn't even afford to kill myself, because that would just mean I would put my family in a lot more trouble.

He owed people a lot of money and they were getting impatient. The threats, the abuse came through calls and text messages because I couldn't pay for them.

Again I began to think about suicide. I mean ... This is enough. I've made enough mistakes in a lifetime. It is time to reappear. Little by little he began to pay off his credit card debts. The plan was to apply for organ donation and find a way to kill myself without damaging the internal organs. At least do something nice while I'm going, right? I started reading more and more about suicides, effective ways to commit suicide, etc. And one day I went to the hospital to register for organ donation, I was almost there and my mom called. I didn't answer first and then he called again. I picked up, he told me my lunch is kept on a plate in the kitchen, I can have it when I get back. His voice, which was gone, my brain took off, I replied. I returned home, had lunch, and made the decision never to think about suicide again.

Today is July 21, 2020, I finally finished all my credit card debt. Paid all debts. It took me a full 5 years to get my life back on track.

Everything I wrote above was supposed to be a big suicide note that I had saved on my phone to post on Facebook, but thankfully it isn't.

There are two types of mistakes a person can make.

Reversible error (my decision to join Qnet).

Irreversible error (my decision to commit suicide).

YOU MUST NEVER MAKE IRREVERSIBLE ERRORS. There is no going back for an irreversible mistake, even if you want to. Check with someone before deciding to do it, the second perspective is always good.

Qnet is quicksand. Never reach out and avoid people who are suddenly, out of nowhere, trying to contact you to discuss your new "business." If you are trapped, the best solution is to stop as soon as possible so that the losses are manageable. If you join Qnet, keep your friends away from him, you'll need a helping hand when you finally lose your way, which I'm sure you will.

I've been there, done that.

Sincerely,

Anonymous

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 form a team and supervise it.
  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!

Excellent and possibly the most important question at the moment as we approach the final phase of the 2021 BULLFIGHT.

Cryptocurrencies are a must now, otherwise you would be exposed to hyperinflation from FIAT currencies, which is in the range of 6% to 100% for the last year depending on the asset you look at. That is why it is irresponsible not to have cryptocurrencies for a diversified financial strategy.

What is the best cryptocurrency to invest right now?

The best long-term cryptocurrencies with the greatest potential:

1.ETH with a market capitalization of $ 350 billion

2.LUNA with a market capitalization of $ 12 billion

3.THETA with a market capitalization of $ 6 billion

4.VET to $ 6 billion

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Excellent and possibly the most important question at the moment as we approach the final phase of the 2021 BULLFIGHT.

Cryptocurrencies are a must now, otherwise you would be exposed to hyperinflation from FIAT currencies, which is in the range of 6% to 100% for the last year depending on the asset you look at. That is why it is irresponsible not to have cryptocurrencies for a diversified financial strategy.

What is the best cryptocurrency to invest right now?

The best long-term cryptocurrencies with the greatest potential:

1.ETH with a market capitalization of $ 350 billion

2.LUNA with a market capitalization of $ 12 billion

3.THETA with a market capitalization of $ 6 billion

4.VET at a market capitalization of $ 6 billion

They already have millions of users and income. That is why they are the currencies that have the lowest risk and the highest upside potential (10x-100x) combined.

PS - If you want to make passive income and still be bullish regardless of market sentiments, I advise you to join the ETHP Funds and take advantage of this continuous cycle of bull runs.
If you have a well-suited portfolio, make a vivid read by following this link ETHP Fund

The upper bound prediction for the total crypto market capitalization at the end of this bull cycle is $ 10T, which includes

Ethereum at $ 20,000 and $ 3T

Bitcoin at $ 150,000 and $ 3T

LUNA at $ 2,000 and $ 1.4 trillion

which gives $ 7.4T for the top 3 and leaves $ 2.6B for the remaining cryptocurrencies.

Note that Ethereum could still invest $ 200,000 Bitcoin at this point, so it is always better to hold Etherrum rather than Bitcoin, since Bitcoin never outperformed Ethereum for more than a year.

However, LUNA can bring you even more investment returns, a 100x from currently $ 6B to $ 600B is very possible as Bitcoin and Ethereum Wouk have a market capitalization of $ 3T to $ 145,000 or $ 20,000 each.

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Absolutely. They run a pyramid scheme together with a non-existent company called QNET. They do not own or manufacture any products. They do not have an exclusive distribution contract with any company to sell or market the products. The Vihaan Direct Sales person who will approach you has no contract with Vihaan (this is how the Directors escaped arrest by saying they have no relationship with the person you are promoting). There is no transparency in the Company. Usually people are asked to invest a random amount (someone called me and asked me to invest Rs. 4 Lakhs). Apparently, how much I

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Absolutely. They run a pyramid scheme together with a non-existent company called QNET. They do not own or manufacture any products. They do not have an exclusive distribution contract with any company to sell or market the products. The person from Vihaan Direct Sales who will approach you has no contract with Vihaan (this is how the Directors escaped arrest by saying they have no relationship with the person you are promoting). There is no transparency in the Company. Usually people are asked to invest a random amount (someone called me and asked me to invest Rs. 4 Lakhs). Apparently, how much you invest, you get that return.

But it is not like the stock market, since your money is not safe, there is no SEBI to protect your money. In addition, no company can make investments without granting you obligations, shares or securities. They must pass a Board Resolution to accept your investments according to the Companies Act 2013. This is a pure fraudulent company and the people writing these answers are either false or have no idea how the business works. If someone is trying to sell you this scam, please reach out to the Police. You will never get your money back if you invest here. Rather, you will have to fool your friends and family.

One of my clients invested Rs. 4 lakhs, then they said that your family also join QNET, so the 5 people invested in total 20 lakhs. The client was then told to tell all of her friends to invest. Some were duped and reversed. From her money, they paid her 4 lakhs + a plane ticket to foreign countries (remember that she paid 20 lakhs and got the money back). Then after 1 year, when he realized that he would not get his money back, he was told that it was useless and that he could not market the products. She asked for her money and then they told her to bring 10 more people and then she will get her money. So she started fooling her own friends. It is recommended that you do not fall into this greed as there is no money but only return of your money or the money of your friends.

Some of the links you can go through:

Charges Fly As QNet Whistleblower Increases Accusations

https://www.moneylife.in/article/qnet-settles-violations-and-misreporting-when-caught-to-keep-the-scam-running/46928.html

QNet: "It is a chain in which a person is deceived and then trained to deceive others to make money," says Bombay HC order

QNET direct sale (o) Vihaan India

Please read to the end.

This is the biggest scam that has been running successfully over the years.

January 2019

  • I was having the worst days of my life. Graduated in 2018 and still looking for work. I was losing interest and thought about starting a business.
  • I met a friend from my university. He has a job at Infosys, Hyderabd. And recently he went into a business and made a lot of money.

His name is "Sai Bhavani Gunji"

  • Then one day he sent me a message on WhatsApp saying "Why don't you know how to start this business, will I help you earn so much money?"
  • I was
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QNET direct sale (o) Vihaan India

Please read to the end.

This is the biggest scam that has been running successfully over the years.

January 2019

  • I was having the worst days of my life. Graduated in 2018 and still looking for work. I was losing interest and thought about starting a business.
  • I met a friend from my university. He has a job at Infosys, Hyderabd. And recently he went into a business and made a lot of money.

His name is "Sai Bhavani Gunji"

  • Then one day he sent me a message on WhatsApp saying "Why don't you know how to start this business, will I help you earn so much money?"
  • I was very happy at the time because I have been watching her earn and spend time traveling to other countries and buying expensive things and eating in expensive restaurants (social media posts).
  • So later in March, I got a job and moved on with my life. He used to call me regularly just for a casual chat. And again he insisted that I join that business because now I can invest some money since I have a job.
  • I asked her about the name of the company and everything, but she said nothing about it and said that it is a surprise and that she will arrange an interview for this business opportunity.

September 2019

  • He called me for an interview and I introduced myself. He introduced some guys saying they were his business partners. They told me that the guy who is going to take my interview is not an ordinary person. They said that he is very knowledgeable, busier and a very successful person.

The interview took place on September 24, 2019 at the Waffle House Cafe in the high-tech city, Hyderabad.

  • So that guy named Syed Mohammad Rizwan finally showed up. He asked me about my dreams and how much I am earning and he brainwashed me on how things can change if I join this business and he also said that they don't give everyone opportunities, but because of Sai Bhavani Gunji, he is interviewing me.
  • He even said that I had been wasting my valuable time working as a software engineer. It humiliated that IT employees only talked to computers.
  • I insisted on the name of the company and he did not reveal it to me, but said that it would be in my name, since the money that I was going to invest is for the legal business licenses to do the business.
  • I knew something smelled fishy there, but I thought positively, as she is my colleague and a kind-hearted girl (this is how she played the whole game all these years).
  • They asked to invest 3 lac rupees. I told them I can't. They asked to take a personal loan. I borrowed 1.3 lac rupees from a member of my family who is very close to me.
  • They arranged the second round of the interview after I arranged the money. And talked about the company.
  • They said a jerk is good at rejections in the interview. So I have to be careful.

The interview took place at the Drunkey Monkey Juice store near Kondapur Signal, Hyderabad (for 6-7 hours straight)

This is what he said:

  1. Company name: QNET. In India it is called Vihaan Direct Selling (India)
  2. He showed some calculations and said we can earn 6 lac rupees in 1 week! Yeah, in a fucking week!
  3. He grabbed his phone and showed me all about the success of the scam company.
  4. He even opened the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and showed that the company is registered and trustworthy.
  5. He opened Google and showed how Google shows wrong results about his scam.
  6. He brainwashed me with his experience in fooling and misleading people.
  7. He said about some famous books like “Rich Dad Poor Dad” just to keep us in this trap on behalf of motivations, inspirations, and of course dreams!

Les he enviado la cantidad total de 1.3 Lac Rupees a través de Googlepay, Phonepay y Net Banking en múltiplos.

  • Regresé a mi habitación alrededor de las 12 de la mañana y busqué sobre esa empresa. Aparecieron muchos resultados de Google y Quora sobre su estafa y fraude.
  • Estaba temblando cuando supe que estaba atrapado en esta estafa y no iba a recuperar mi dinero. ¿Cómo puedo reembolsar la cantidad? Ni siquiera dormí esa noche.
  • Later, the next morning I've contacted them and told that I am not very much interested in this so called shitty business.
  • I somehow got my money after so many days and after so many fights and struggle. I've told them that I was going to file a case against them as police are already aware of this scam.

A very big thanks to Google and Quora.

  • I came to know that I was not the only guy, she has fooled many people and even took 3 Lac Rupees from my friend of friend and 5 Lac Rupees from another guy. Everybody is from my college only.
  • Another guy(not revealing name) invested 3 Lac Rupees and when he said that he will go legally if he is not getting his money back, Syed Mohammad Rizwan blackmailed him that he has a big circle in Madhapur and they will make sure that this guy will never dare to enter Hyderabad. He approached his parents and they said that their daughter is doing some great business. They even said, “Don't you feel ashamed of complaining like this? We will file a case against you for abusing our daughter if you try to contact us or Bhavani again.” He approached me for help.
  • And the twist is, Sai Bhavani Gunji reported a police complaint on that guy for sexual harassment along with her father.

Some facts:

  1. They keep on updating their WhatsApp status with expensive things. But it's fake. To be honest, they can't afford them.
  2. They upload photos of themselves saying it was a business trip. The fact is, it's all self-sponsored just to attract innocent people.
  3. All of the expensive things they show off were bought on EMI and with the Victim's money.
  4. They always post stories and statuses about big dreams, motivational quotes, billionaire quotes, Entrepreneur life with hashtags and shit!

And the list goes on..

This is Sai Bhavani Gunji

Please be careful and spread the word. Beware of her, people in Hyderabad and Students of the same college(Gudlavalleru Engineering College)

I realised not to trust anybody no matter how good the person is! Oh please, we are living in such a world full of monsters.

No one is real except your parents!

Aunque Quora podría retirar esta respuesta si viola las políticas, solo quiero difundir este mensaje para ayudar a personas inocentes y no caer en esta estafa más grande.

¡Gracias por tu tiempo!

Algo que ha surgido con frecuencia es la pregunta sobre el negocio de QNET: ¿es seguro invertir en QNET y es un esquema piramidal?

No, Qnet no es un esquema piramidal. Los esquemas piramidales implican reclutar participantes y tomar su dinero "invertido" (que luego filtra la pirámide) sin ningún producto o servicio a cambio. Estos son ilegales. QNET fomenta la contratación, pero también ofrece un producto o servicio legítimo y bueno; esta es la diferencia clave.

According to Nour Tarek, an engineering graduate from Cairo University, who has been active on QNet for more than 8 years, pyramid sche

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Something that has come up frequently is the question about the QNET business: is it safe to invest in QNET and is it a pyramid scheme?

No, Qnet is not a pyramid scheme. Pyramid schemes involve recruiting participants and taking their "invested" money (which is then filtered by the pyramid) without any products or services in return. These are illegal. QNET encourages hiring, but also offers a good, legitimate product or service; this is the key difference.

According to Nour Tarek, an engineering graduate from Cairo University, who has been active in QNet for more than 8 years, pyramid schemes do not have actual products, they involve virtual products that are of no real value and sell them to recruits for unreasonable amounts of money. For example, Tarek pointed to an unnamed pyramid scheme has sold blank CDs to recruits for LE 200.

Before starting your business with QNET you should consider:

1) What product/service are you interested in selling/sharing? (You may want to consider the market and growth potential as well)

2) Which team/leader would you like to join and work with? (Your experience can vary widely depending on who your direct teammates are)

3) AND THE MOST IMPORTANT! Are you willing to step out of your comfort zone? For the majority of us, business and sales do not come naturally, so you will need to be coachable and get comfortable with being uncomfortable, at least at the beginning. If this is something you are not willing to do, then this may not be the business opportunity for you.

If you are willing to become a distributor of QNET products, take a minute to read some basic recommendations on how to sell Qnet Products.

  1. Host home parties. This is what most people think of when they hear about QNET company. If you have a product that can be sampled and demonstrated, this might be a good way to sell it. Invite 50 percent more people than you think will actually attend. Offer free gifts and special pricing on products. Have contests during the party where people answer questions and win prizes. Make the party fun. Encourage guests to bring friends so you can recruit distributors while selling your product .
  2. Host team events. Get together with local distributors of your product for Friends and Family or Customer Appreciation events. Choose a festive location such as a winery, a boutique hotel or a party cruise boat. Share product stories, do product demos and have drawings and prizes. Offer special promotions to encourage purchases. Pack the room with friends, family, customers and their friends and family.
  3. Attend trade shows. Schools, churches and local networking events allow vendors to purchase booths for selling products. Have a raffle to draw traffic to your booth. Offer discounts and incentives to purchase. Engage customers in conversations. Collect everyone’s contact information. Generate product sales and collect leads for your downline.
  4. Stuff envelopes with promotional materials. Include promotional materials in everything you mail. For example, include product information when mailing bills, personal letters and product shipments. Send flyers to advertise new products. Include a calendar of special events. Send coupons to encourage repeat business.
  5. Send greeting cards. Keep a calendar of customers’ birthdays or anniversaries. Send cards for their birthdays, holidays and other special occasions. Don’t forget to include a coupon and other promotional information. Customers like feeling remembered and appreciated. A birthday card with a coupon is likely to generate a sale.
  6. Speak at social, business and civic group events. Establish yourself as an expert or authority. Educate attendees about an issue that concerns them. Don’t make selling your product the primary focus of your speech. Rather, mention your product and how it can help them. Distribute promotional materials that notify customers of upcoming events and tell them where they can purchase your product.
  7. Start a YouTube channel. On your channel, educate customers about the benefits of your product instead of just talking about the product itself. For example, if you are selling makeup, create videos teaching makeup techniques. Casually mention your products throughout the video, but keep the focus on the educational content. In the end, direct visitors to information about purchasing or finding out more about your product.
  8. Create a blog. Post product reviews on your blog. Explain what your product does, how it works and what the benefits are. Also, create educational content that demonstrates how customers can use your product. For example, if you sell home utilities, create content that educates people about how to conserve energy or reduce their monthly utility expenses. Include a sales page where customers can purchase your product.
  9. Create a Facebook fan page. Post product reviews, ads and educational content on the page. Include links to your blog and YouTube channel. Also, link back to the sales page on your distributor website. Start groups where customers can discuss how they use your products. For example, if you sell weight loss products, have a Facebook group that allows customers to post success stories, questions and product reviews.
  10. Devote time to selling your product. Don’t spend all of your time recruiting. Remember that the way everyone actually makes money is from commissions on products sold. If everyone did nothing but recruit others to join the network, nobody would earn any commissions. Just as you are counting on those in your downline to sell products, the distributors above you in your network are counting on you to do the same.

QNET’s business consists of two main business models: single-level marketing, in which a direct seller makes money by buying products from a parent organization and selling them directly to customers, and multi-level marketing (also known as network marketing or person-to-person marketing), in which the direct seller may earn money from both direct sales to customers and by sponsoring new direct sellers and potentially earning a commission from their efforts.

Also, QNET, like any other modern direct selling business, includes sales made through the one-on-one demonstrations and personal contact arrangements as well as internet sales.

Hi Bro,

Let me get the things clear in the first stage….

It is a scam!

It is a pyramid!

It is unsustainable!

It is fraud!

It is cheating!

It is luring people!

Haha enough of statements!

Believe me, I used to have the same impression on the industry ... as an outsider

In my case, having read most of the garbage online, I thought more deeply, because a scam cannot last 60 years and more importantly, a scam cannot have rules derived from the government of all countries.

It's about time people understood that it is not a scam! but a form of marketing.

It's a 200 billion dollar market! Right!

In fact, the oldest way

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Hi brother,

Let me clear things up in the first stage….

Is a gotcha!

It is a pyramid!

It is unsustainable!

It is a fraud!

It's cheating!

It is attracting people!

Haha enough of statements!

Believe me, I used to have the same impression on the industry ... as an outsider

In my case, having read most of the garbage online, I thought more deeply, because a scam cannot last 60 years and more importantly, a scam cannot have rules derived from the government of all countries.

It's about time people understood that it is not a scam! but a form of marketing.

It's a 200 billion dollar market! Right!

De hecho, la forma más antigua de marketing que hemos conocido "boca a boca" es lo que es el mercadeo en red, que es una estructura que produce ingresos residuales durante mucho tiempo (retención de clientes).

Process here is simple, Companies make money, when their products got sold and the profit that flows in will be shared to their representatives ,Coming to the distribution part of money, different companies follow different types. So, I hope at least few doubts regarding Network marketing were cleared.

Now coming to QI group it existed from last 20 years and successfully running across the countries which itself speaks about it.

The main problem with this is Industry is once you get started with these companies, its your business and you are the person who decides, how you the products, So in general if a person does any wrong/cheap/luring acts, The blame generally goes to the company rather than a individual. That’s the reason most network marketing companies face issues of this sort. I hope you understand this.

Coming to the growth part, there are people who make it really big and there are people who fail quick. It’s just like any other business, but better!

Great Entrepreneur platform for anyone, who wants to learn and earn if you are dedicated enough.

So please stop listening to all the crap you hear about network marketing, have your own insights, do your ground work. As most the people who complain about the industry are the ones who never tried it or gave up it quick!

It's a great industry empowering common man and QI is definitely worth it.

QI group mainly consist of Qnet company. Its Indian franchise is Vihaan direct selling private limited. Qnet is part of QI group. There is nothing much difference between the two. They have kept such names for legal purposes only.

The only way to make money on Qnet is by referring more and more people to the Qnet business. When you join Qnet, two sides open below you: the left side and the right side. You have to find at least two people to recommend them in this so-called business. The two people must NOT know each other, otherwise they will only come to one side and you will have to find it.

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El grupo QI consiste principalmente en la empresa Qnet. Su franquicia india es Vihaan de venta directa privada limitada. Qnet es parte del grupo QI. No hay mucha diferencia entre los dos. Han conservado dichos nombres solo con fines legales.

The only way of earning in Qnet is by referring more and more people into the Qnet business. When you join Qnet, two sides are opened below you - Left and Right side. You have to find at least two persons to refer them in this so-called business. The two persons must NOT be knowing each other, otherwise they will come to one side only and the you will have to find third person who is not familiar to the two persons. Similarly you have to make help of these newly joined persons to find their TWO. In this way this tree goes up. If your one side is growing and there is no one at your another side, you will not be earning any thing but a little referral commission.

Now the play starts. When a new person joins into Qnet he has to pay some money in lacs of INR. As per direct selling guidelines and other similar laws, no one can pay money without receiving any service/product… otherwise, it will come under money laundering, which is completely illegal. So they have introduced some products and travel packages. In these products, profit margin is as high as upto 90%. For example, a wrist watch can cost from 30k INR to 3lacs INR. Other products also have similar price and profit margin. So in the shade of product selling, they are doing activity similar to money laundering which is completely illegal.

Please note that QNet is not a scam in India and you can not take legal action against it. In India, we still lack precise law making. So the best way is to keep yourself away from such companies.

I think I can give everyone a relevant answer to this question, as I have explored a lot about the Qi group during the last 3 and a half years, after being an active part of this group. Before joining this company, I heard a lot about this, both positive and negative, but I thought I'd give it a try. Basically, Qi Group is a multinational conglomerate comprising a dynamic group of companies with regional offices in places like Hong Kong, Malaysia, etc. It is a constantly evolving group and offers business opportunities that one can trust. A person can easily join this group and become an independent.

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I think I can provide you all with relevant answer to this question, as I have explored a lot about Qi group from within past 3 and half years, after being an active part of this group. Before I joined this company I heard a lot about it both positive and negative, but I thought to give a shot. Basically, Qi group is multinational conglomerate comprising a dynamic group of businesses with its regional offices in places like Hong Kong, Malaysia, etc. It is a constantly evolving group and offers business opportunities that one can rely on. A person can easily join this group and become an independent representative. To be honest, it is not a quick rich scheme; rather it involves same amount of hard work and efforts that other networking businesses would require. With proper guidance, investment of efforts, and not to quit approach, one can definitely witness huge success. Being an Independent Representative for last 3 and half years, I can say that this business is far better than what people portray it to be.

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