There have been rumors about the QNET scam surrounding the direct selling company. However, these allegations have been confirmed to be false. The company is doing legitimate business in the countries it operates in. it started as a small company in Southeast Asia and has gained roots in an international market. Currently, the direct selling company operates in almost all the continent. Its focus is to help those with limited resources but has the urge to gain entrepreneurial skills. Emerging markets have therefore been an ideal market.
The direct selling company refuted the QNET scam allegations. First, it has been in operation for more than two decades. This is way more number of years that a pyramid scam can withstand. Pyramid schemes are unstable because it depends on recruits to pay the old participants. Therefore, it reaches a point where it pays more than it receives from recruits. As a result, the whole system collapsed. However, QNET has been taking a different channel. It has been operational within the two decades; it has gained a wider market base, encroaching into new markets. View Source: PRNewswire
Also, the QNET scam can’t be true since it pays its distributors with a commission. Therefore, the amount a distributor would earn would depend on the number of goods and services. The idea is to find those with entrepreneurial skills yet lack capital to start their business. Due to this, the direct selling company has identified good distributors that have ensured that these high-quality goods and services reach intended customers. Would it be a pyramid scheme, those at the top would be paid for bringing recruits into the system. Lastly, QNET gives back to its communities. For instance, it has the RHYTHM foundation that sponsors needy people. Meaning it is interested in those it serves rather than taking from them, typical of pyramid schemes.