QNET Dissociates Itself from Two Fraudsters Remanded In Sierra Leone

By Amin Kef (Ranger)

QNET, a global lifestyle and wellness company, has refuted an erroneous local newspaper publication in which it was categorically reported that ‘Two QNET Staff Docked for Le 100m Fraud”. In its rebuttal, QNET strongly maintained that it wishes to emphatically make it known that the business entity is in no way connected to the two individuals reported to be in conflict with the law further underscoring how it does not have any of its member of staff stationed in Sierra Leone.

The international business marketing company said it wants to make it categorically known that people who engage in the QNET business to sell or introduce QNET products to others are not in the gainful employment of the company but rather they are Independent Representatives (IRs) and are personally liable for any act of misconduct they commit.

Regional Manager for QNET Sub-Saharan Africa, Biram Fall, clearly pointed out: “We are fully committed to cooperating with the local police to address any allegation of fraud by any individual purportedly working in the name of QNET. We take allegations of illegal or fraudulent activity very seriously and will take strong action against anyone found to be misrepresenting QNET.”

He reiterated that: “QNET is not an employment agency and does not make offers of “guaranteed income” or “travel opportunities” in exchange for money. As a legitimate global direct selling company, QNET provides a safe, legitimate business model where distributors earn an income only by selling our high-quality, life-enhancing products. If you are approached by someone claiming to be from QNET and promising employment or travel opportunities in exchange for payment or administrative charges, please contact the relevant authorities or QNET’s Network Integrity team immediately.”

He furthered that QNET holds its employees and distributors to the highest ethical standards and implements strict policies and procedures to protect customers from unlawful, fraudulent, or unprofessional behaviour.

“Unfortunately, some individuals behave in unethical and unprofessional ways, thereby causing reputational damage to the company’s image,” he asserted adding how in some cases, people who are not associated with the company in any way, attempt to scam others using the company’s name.

He intimated how QNET has actively combated misinformation surrounding its operations and the direct-selling sector in Sub-Saharan Africa, taking notable measures to address misconceptions.

According to him, a key initiative is the establishment of a WhatsApp Compliance Hotline (+233256630005) since September 1, 2023, enabling individuals to report any unethical use of the QNET name directly.

He revealed that the hotline serves customers across Sub-Saharan African markets, including Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Cameroon, Mali, Guinea, Benin, Togo, among others, providing support in both English and French languages.

The Regional Manager ended stating that for more information individuals must visit, https://www.directsellingdisinformation.org/.


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