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[Resolved]  Qnet — QNET is fraud!

So I met this girl at metro station and she started talking to me generally. Then a normal conversation begin with how work is going on and what is my ambition. We exchanged numbers, became friends on Fb, she used to text me daily about how's my work going on and so on. Then one day she asked me to meet her at a coffee shop by saying "I have something for you very interesting and I don't know if you are the best person for this or not". I went there and saw so many people were there for the same reason. I told everything about myself, my work, likes & dislikes, my family, my ambitions and she downloaded everything and pitched me accordingly. I was a very soft target for her. She told me that I'm gonna make lot of money in very less time, can buy BMW, can buy house within 2 months and all sort of crap. I kept on asking what do I have to do, what is going to be my role but she said once you sign up and then you'll get to know what exactly you'll do. It was not made clear to me the whole concept of 'Referral Marketing' and the way the whole process would run. I was constantly told that I would make lots and lots of money within a year and got trap into this because they kept on telling me that top notch people are associated with this and all categories of people who are involved in this.

One day she again called me up and asked me to sign up for the membership as some offer is going on and I gave my credit card details to her brother and he made my registration. Also, she told me that she has signed up another person under me so that I'll come into "Silver Star" category which was like a small favour on me that she was doing it.

She used to always told me that I should trust her and leave everything on her. She is doing business which is ethical and legal. I don't understand if she didn't tell me everything then how can it be ethical.

I repeatedly asked about my role but topic was again diverged to things that I would do after earning money and motivational discussion to become rich. Then I was informed that there would be a session on 24th November 2012 at Sarvapillai Auditorium, New Delhi wherein I would be given detailed training on company and my profile/role and was repeatedly told that I'll get a good idea of what I'll do and stuff. But for attending that training I was told that it was mandatory to sign up and have to make an investment of Rs. 50000/-, but as I had only Rs. 40000/- of credit card limit so they let me purchased the product worth Rs. 35737/-. No terms and conditions were shared with me and I was being told that if I don't like the session or the whole concept , money would be refunded. I made the purchase and then attended the session. After attending it, I got the idea that it was all about referral marketing and I am least interested in this kind of role and requested them for refund but they refused that it cannot happen.

Why this session didn't happen before I signed up for it's membership? Why wasn't I told about my role when repeatedly asked about this?

I strongly feel this is all fraud and Government of India should take strict action against them..I need Justice.
Complaint marked as Resolved Aug 13, 2020
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I empathise with you for having gone through the bad experience and losing money. Thanks for sharing, and let's hope others don't fall into the same trap.

If you would like to know why qNEt and many MLM (not all) are fraudulent, please read up about pyramid schemes. Also there has been a concerted effort to expose a very large MLM firm in the US, Herbalife. Refer to this website for the truth.
go and post on their blog asap... create a lot of noise ... raise the BAR ... make it difficult for them to work ...create more blogs and posts and believe me it works ...

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 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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I ams sandeep
i was cheated by qnet

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