QNET does not belong to the Direct Selling Association in India.
This is true.
Some believe the IDSA is a government regulatory body.
QNET was thrown out of India in 2008, but has now resurfaced as a fraudulent company depending on scams as its business model, with no real offices and a history of spurious names.
Is QNET a genuine company?
Qnet. Qnet Ltd, formerly known as QuestNet, GoldQuest, and QI Limited, is a Hong Kong-based multi-level marketing (MLM) company owned by the QI Group. The company’s products include energy, weight management, nutrition, personal care, home care and fashion accessories on an e-commerce platform.
Why is QNET banned in countries?
QNet was first started in 1998 with the name GoldQuest and made numismatic coins, but later changed the name to QNet, when they faced accusation of being a pyramid and a money circulation scheme in India and also at other countries. From time to time, QNet got banned in many counties, such as: Afghanistan (2008)
Where is QNET banned?
Kuna also said that QNet has not been banned in any country. “In Saudi Arabia, the government issued a ban on direct selling and network marketing industry as a whole. QNet was not singled out,” Kuna said.
Is QNET is banned in India?
QNET is not banned in India. It actually operates through Vihaan Direct Selling India for the last seven years in India. You may be hearing such news of QNet being banned in India through select social media channels, which obviously have no stand to back up such statements.