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[Resolved]  Qnet — False Reputation - Rakesh Kinger

I am surprised by what some people speak. I really would like to write here to point out that some people like have written things that are so not true. All in stupid blogs.

Rakesh Kinger associated with QNET is a true gem, that guy changed my life and life of many others like me. I was working in a very reputed company at a senior post, but as usual the company would suck my blood if it could.

That is when I came across this opportunity, as usual Rakesh bhai was quite stern in beginning, just to ensure that I am serious about doing something in life and not there for listening to stories.

Once he selected me and assured that we would both work together and be successful, he never left my hand. Infact since then he has put so much hardwork and efforts in me, almost spoon feeded me to being successful in my business and taking it to the next level, so much so that I earned much more than my salary and didn’t require my job. Now I lead a life of comfort and satisfaction.

RAKESH YOU ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!

SO ALL THOSE WHO DIDN'T GET THIS OPPORTUNITY, STOP CRIBBING AND TRY HARDER.
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Complaint marked as Resolved Aug 13, 2020
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CRIME BRANCH OF MUMBAI POLICE REGISTERS AN FIR AGAINST QNET - ARRESTS TO FOLLOW - SEE ARTICLE LINK BELOW IN TIMES OF INDIA

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/EOW-registers-case-ag...

EOW registers case against multi-level marekting firm, QNet, for fraud


Mateen Hafeez, TNN | Aug 16, 2013, 08.32PM IST
MUMBAI: The city EOW on Friday registered a case against multi-level marketing firm, QNet, for allegedly duping thousands of investors by selling them plastic and glass products terming them miraculous objects for treating severe diseases like Cancer.

A police officer said that the company, which had been selling its product through qnetindia.in has its head quarters in Hong Kong. The company lured investors with various schemes with an investment between Rs 30, 000 and Rs seven lakh. "The firm posed as a marketing firm which would sell bio-disc, watches, chiPendants, gold coins, herbal products, E-education packages, holiday packages etc. They even claimed that by using the bio disc one can cure cancer and barain related diseases, " said a police officer. "We are probing the case and will soon make arrests, " said Rajvardhan Sinha, additional commissioner of police.

A police team visited Bangalore on Friday to trace the culprits. It has named five accused in the FIR. The complainant, Gurupreetsing Anand, 40, a computer consulatant from Lokhandawala, stated that his wife was duped of Rs 30, 000 by some people who had introduced themselves as the independent representatives of QNe. "They had said that one of the bio-products my wife bought could be used to treat my 12-year-old son's brain related diseases, " Anand told police. The police suspect that at least one thousand people have been duped in Mumbai alone. The accused had even organized a two-day seminar in a Bandra college on April 14 this year. The investors were promised Rs 35, 000 commission/profit for bringing three new members.


The firm claimed that bio disc had magical powers and can change the molecular structure of water. "One of the wanted accused Vinay Esvaran, had earlier floated two firms; Gold Quest and Quest Net Enterprisses, in India and duped thousands of people. These two firms were also popular in Egypt, Afghanistan and Malayasia. We are trying to zero in on Esvaran and will soon arrest him, " the officer said.

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