QNET CEO Squashes QNET Scam Claims

QNET focuses on education and awareness to spread the truth about direct-sales operations while addressing false scam allegations. “We hold seminars to help people understand the positive socioeconomic impact of direct selling,” explains QNET CEO Malou Caluza. “Our goal is to teach them the difference between illegal pyramid schemes and a legitimate direct- sales business.”

The business model of a pyramid scheme is based on recruiting others to join the scheme, whereas independent representatives at QNET earn commission based solely on the products sold. “QNET wants distributors to build a sustainable, long-term business,” says Caluza. The company educates on how technological advances can be used to manage a business better. It also offers lessons on leadership development and professional business practices.

QNET Combats False Scam Allegations

QNET has been defending itself against false scam allegations for years due to a misunderstanding of how direct-sales companies function. The reality is that QNET conducts business in Germany, Singapore, and Hong Kong, countries which are renowned for having a secure regulatory system and iron-clad consumer protection laws.

In many parts of the world, especially developing countries and emerging economies, the direct-sales industry is in its infancy, even though entrepreneurs have utilized direct sales for more than a century. The general lack of knowledge can cause confused individuals to misidentify QNET with a pyramid scheme, or scam. Direct sales is a legitimate industry in the aforementioned countries, and the fact is that if QNET were a scam, as it has been accused of, it would not be allowed to operate in any of those countries. QNET strives to obey all local regulations and laws. The e-commerce business requires franchisees to be at least 18 years old to join the QNET team.

To those who believe QNET is a scam, Caluza offered these points:

  • QNET has been around for more than two decades. It is nearly impossible for scam companies to survive for that lengthy period of time.
  • The company has a presence in more than 25 countries around the world.
  • QNET products are shipped to customers in nearly 100 countries.
  • The direct-sales company has hundreds of success stories from people who have transformed their lives with QNET.
  • QNET regularly arranges events, trainings, product expos, round tables and other similar activities around the world to educate not just its distributors but also create awareness for the public and policy makers.
  • QNET has been involved in giving back to the community in more than 50 countries for two decades. And its charitable initiatives have helped thousands of people including, children, women, and refugees.
  • QNET’s educational campaigns on social media have won numerous awards

“As you can plainly see, we are very transparent as a company,” says Caluza. Everything you want to know about QNET is available on its website and social media. Corroborating information is also available on third-party websites. Notes Caluza, “If the company aimed to be a scam, why would we go to so much trouble to engage with and invest in our independent representatives and our communities?”

QNET encourages distributors to do their research into the false scam allegations. A basic fact-finding search will prove to independent representatives the scam allegations don’t add up to the truth.

QNET has developed a two-step approach to combat false scam accusations. The first is the QNET Pro Initiative, which aims to educate and train the distributors on how to build a QNET business in a legal, professional, and ethical manner.

QNET’s Network Compliance Department is the second part of the process. The Network Compliance Department investigates all violations of company policies and procedures that QNET receives from the field. The team is responsible for enforcing penalties on individuals that misuse the QNET name, which results in causing harm to the direct-selling company’s reputation.

Building a better future at QNET

When QNET started in 1998, the e-commerce direct-sales platform only offered two products. Today it vends an extensive range of products in various fields such as education, travel, health, and wellness. And while headquartered in Hong Kong, QNET has offices across Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. The company’s success can be traced back to a QNET independent representative providing the perfect product to fill a need in the customer’s life. QNET offers product lines like the Amezcua wellness range, which harnesses cutting edge quantum science to combat the impact of daily stressors of modern life, and HomePure with its air and water purification products. They also offer a vast range of health and nutritional supplements to address issues such as weight control, increased energy, and immune support. QNET’s e-learning courses have proven to be a blessing for a number of people, especially in the sub-Saharan Africa region by giving them access to affordable and quality education.

When a customer finds a product that works, they are more inclined to make a repeat purchase, which is why loyalty is at the heart of the customer experience with QNET. The direct-sales company values loyal distributors and customers. Their brands are becoming more desirable and more valuable solutions to issues plaguing people’s everyday lives.

To learn more be sure to check out our previous article about QNET’s scam allegations here:


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Pamela is a television journalist, humor writer and novelist. Her first novel, Allegedly, was released in 2015 by St. Martin’s Press. The book is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. She and her husband, Daniel, have a 3-year-old son, Carter.

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