You might have heard about QNET from your family, a distant cousin, a friend you have not met for a while, a neighbour, or an ex girlfriend or boyfriend (gasp!). You might have done a bit of research on the Internet and found so many different stories about QNET. Is QNET for real? Is QNET a pyramid scheme or is it a legitimate direct selling company offering a real opportunity to change your life?
Let’s find out.
Our CEO Trevor Kuna debunks accusations of QNET being a pyramid scheme due to the lack of understanding of the industry itself. Network marketing is simply a way for companies that produce goods to distribute them without necessarily owning and operating retail storefronts. Independent representatives (IRs) purchase goods, which they go on to sell, earning a profit and virtually operating as their own bosses.
Differentiating legitimate direct selling companies and illegal pyramid schemes isn’t as hard as you think. There are a quite a few things that set them apart. This article tells you how to identify a legitimate direct selling opportunity or a pyramid scheme.
If you wish to know more about QNET, this article will help you understand more about QNET, the direct selling industry, and the answers to some of the most popular questions about QNET.
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