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Nov 23, 2015

Be aware of QNET

@JOI Dear Friend,

If she joined recently please help her to quit this QNET... it is waste of time...she would be in some illusion now..
better to quit as earliest ...we need to cheat the people from now.. she may not understand... but you make her understand ..
there are many people who lost their money putting money in QNET
Nov 21, 2015

help out me guys

One my close frnd is joined in Qnet and she said about the plans and what the business about and she even said not to google it for the fthr information of Qnet.and she personally suggested to sing up.yet I dint signed up.
I just want to know it really a fake business.nd if so yes y u ppl r tryi this dame idea's wid law income grps nd middle class grp,im feeling vry sad of thm.aftr reading these all comments i got a clrly idea tq god.
Nov 19, 2015

Defend yourself

Just go through this video, before you invest any penny with Qnet.

Prevention is better than cure.

As with any fraud. It's like Judo or Jujitsu ( The opponent use your momentum or energy to get you toppled /or against you )
The fraudster use your greed , intensity to earn money quickly as a tool against you..

Here you will see the stories of some Victims in Egypt.
They names it as The Anti-Qnet Project.
Those who have been contacted & those who feel like duped can relate their experience with it.
Let not this happen with any other person.
Shared for best interest of humanity.
Nov 17, 2015

Cheating rules used by Fraudesters

FEW RULES Used by CON ARTISTS involved in financial crimes:-
1) Rule one is that rules don't apply to us. Rules are for those on the other side. Demand that those on the other side follow the rules.
2) Rule two is to do whatever is required to create and maintain power and control, BUT
3) Always present a good public image. Remember that the ultimate crook is the person or group who never gets caught engaging in socially unacceptable or criminal behavior. You can take either of two routes here. You can be a public person who is looked-up-to, respected, honored, trusted, and is often considered a pillar of his society. Or you can be a behind the scenes power broker who is all but invisible to the public.
4) Set up a front man to face the public and to peddle our agenda. The front man must present an appealing, wholesome image. He must be either a master salesman or have some credentials that give him the respect of the masses. War heroes and born again sinners are the two top selling credentials.
What the behind the scenes people do is a completely different matter. Lies, cons, half truths, manipulation, blackmail, bribery, murder, wars and the like are all OK. Just keep the front man clear of any connection to what is really happening.
5) Always claim the high moral ground, always claim that God is on our side, and always claim that the Devil, himself, is ruling the opposition.
6) Always keep our public figures at least three steps removed from anything that could be damaging to their credibility. Remember, if you put even only one step between you and whatever you want to hide, the public will simply not see the connection.
7) When writing rules, always make an exclusion clause° for yourselves.
8) Design the rules so that you can follow the letter of the law and at the same time, completely ignoring it's intent.
9) Create a secret language° with which you can give orders and never be held accountable for giving those orders.
10) Set up secret groups to do the illegal, unethical or immoral tasks. Off shore groups are easy to hide, and so are secret factions within government organizations.
11) The best way to avoid getting caught is to have on your payroll a few people in key positions in the various criminal investigation systems.
12) When the public demands an investigation, be sure that our investigation team controls those doing the investigating. Have them do a very thorough examination of aspects of the crime that lead away from us and simply ignore anything pointing in our direction.° The Warren Commission's investigation on the Kennedy assassination is a good role model to follow in this regard.
13) Set up organizations, government agencies, foundations, and the like with the public persona of serving the people by solving social problems. Focus entirely on the symptoms, make a lot of hoopla, and the public will think you are actually doing something. BUT... Never, never go after the source. If you do, you could actually solve the problem and put your self right out of business. The anti-drug war° is our shining example here.
14) If we have good news to report, be sure our front man tells it. If we have bad news, always have someone else tell it. Always keep our front man as pure as possible. In many cases, it will be best to have disposable team members make statements, make accusations, and ask controversial questions.
15) Misinformation and disinformation are great tools for conning and manipulating. Use them profusely.
16) Share information on a need to know basis only. Keep as few records as possible. Classify as much as possible to keep the records secret.
17) Never pay for unethical or criminal services directly. Always use an indirect method with at least three levels of intermediaries so no one can connect you to the dastardly deed or to the crime if it's discovered.
18) Mislabel everything. Call bribery, lobbying. Call killing innocent people, collateral damage. Call taxing the public a service.
19) Use smokescreens to divert attention. When you want to hide an activity or when you want exposure kept to a minimum, or when you get caught with your hand in the cookie jar, use an emotion laden unrelated issue as a decoy. This is also a good way to shift focus away from you.
20) If anything goes wrong, deny, deny deny.
Nov 17, 2015


Rule 1: Con Artists Like To Blend In
Con artists know that being themselves hurts business. Effective con artists must disguise their true motives. Whether your first contact with the con artist is through an unsolicited telephone call or a stranger ringing your doorbell or sending you an email, the con artist takes great pains to look and sound familiar. Often, con artists like to blend in with others in your group whether that group be political, community (such as the local senior center), religious or other. They quickly get to know a lot of people in the group so they can count on this common bond to spread the word about their questionable investments and reel in unsuspecting investors.

Rule 2: Con Artists Dress For Success
Even though con artists would like you to believe that they are "just plain folk," they are smart enough to realize that this alone will not sway you to part with your money. They work very hard to come across as smooth, professional and successful. Con artists may dress like they are wealthy and work out of impressive looking offices. If your only contact is by mail, the office may bear a prestigious sounding address. Often, this is nothing more than a mail drop. Your best bet is to look behind the surface and do some serious investigating before you part with your money.

Rule 3: Con Artists Often Push Poorly Understood or Little-Known Products
Today, a variety of institutions, from banks to brokerage firms to financial planners, offer a wide range of financial products. With such a confusing mix to choose from, it is no wonder that many people turn to financial advisers for guidance. Con artists know this and stand ready to assume full responsibility for your investment decisions. Don’t let them! When it comes to your money, think things through for yourself after getting all the facts. Never give someone control over your purse strings just because you think you are too old, young or financially inexperienced. If you really need help, only deal with financial advisers, broker-dealers or financial institutions with proven track records.

Rule 4: Con Artists Bring Out The Worst In You
Skilled con artists can bring out your worst traits, particularly greed, fear, and insecurity. Con artists know that promises of huge returns with no risk will get your attention. They hope that it will get your money too. Fear comes into play when the con artist warns you that complaining about a failed investment to the government may result in your spoiling it for others or "rocking the boat." Con artists try to make you feel inadequate if you don’t believe them or ask too many questions. If you find yourself making investment-related decisions based only on your emotions, watch out!

Rule 5: Con Artists Are Fair Weather Friends
Before you invest, con artists are very friendly. They take a personal interest in you out of the blue. They call back when they promised they would. Each time, they tell you even more good things about the investment. You may feel you’re being pressured into investing. You are. Despite his or her kind words, the con artist will do anything in his or her power to make a sale. Too often, however, once you have invested your money, contact with the con artist dwindles and then stops altogether. If you cannot get answers to your questions after handing over your cash, there is a good chance someone else is getting rich off of your investment.

Rule 6: For Every Silver Lining, There Is A Cloud
Every investment involves risk. But to hear the con artist explain it, the investment may be too good to be true. Trust your inner voice if you hear claims like these:
"I just got a hot tip from an inside source that this stock will go through the roof."
"Your return is guaranteed. There’s no way you can lose money."
"Gotta get in on the ground floor now or you’ll be left out in the cold. In fact, we’ll send a messenger over tomorrow to pick up your check." (Con artists often use this device to avoid federal mail fraud charges.)
"This deal is so great, I invested in it myself."
"If this doesn’t perform as I just said, we’ll refund your money no questions asked."
"Everyone else that invested in this did very well."
Be especially careful if the salesperson downplays any downside or denies that risk exists. Con artists usually are not very good at answering important questions. Watch out if the salesperson is reluctant to provide information on the following:
The background, educational history and work experience of the deal's promoters, principals or general partners;
Information on whether your investment monies will be segregated from other funds available to the business;
Written information on the business' financial condition, such as a balance sheet and bank references;
The prior track record of the business and its principals;
The salesperson’s name, where he or she is calling from, who he or she works for, his or her background and what commission or other compensation he or she will receive;
The salesperson’s connection with the venture and any affiliates
In addition, be wary if the salesperson doesn’t ask you questions about your past investment experience and your ability to withstand risk. Even if the salesperson does ask a few related questions, take heed if you get the sense that he or she is merely going through the motions.

Rule 7: Don't be afraid to "sleep on it."
If you are promised high, guaranteed profits and given no written explanation concerning the investment vehicle, the promoter’s background or the risks involved, walk away. Never invest in anything based on the enthusiasm or charisma of the salesperson -- they may have more to gain by taking your money than you know.
Nov 17, 2015

How Con Artists Work

Con artists make money through deception. They lie, cheat and fool people into thinking they've happened onto a great deal or some easy money, when they're the ones who'll be making money. If that doesn't work, they'll take advantage of our weaknesses -- loneliness, insecurity, poor health or simple ignorance. The only thing more important to a con artist than perfecting a con is perfecting a total lack of conscience.

What does the average con artist look like? A con artist is an expert at looking however he needs to look. Even the basic assumption that the con is a "he" is incorrect: there are plenty of con women too.

You might think you can spot a con artist because he's someone you instinctively "don't trust." But the term con artist is short for confidence artist -- they gain your confidence just long enough to get their hands on your money. They can be very charming and persuasive. A good con artist can even make you believe he is really an old friend you haven't seen in years...

Con artists do share certain characteristics, however. Even the best con can only go on for so long before people start getting suspicious. For that reason, con artists tend to move frequently.
It would be impossible to catalogue every con, because con artists are inventive. While many cons are simply variations on ones that are hundreds of years old, new technologies and laws give con artists the opportunity to create original scams. Many cons tend to fall into a few general categories, however: street cons, business cons, Internet cons, loan cons and home improvement cons.

Street cons include:-
The Pedigree Dog
A stranger walks into a bar with a dog trailing him on a leash. He asks if the owner can watch his dog for a few minutes while he places a bet or attends to a business deal. While the stranger is gone, a second con artist arrives and notices the dog. He claims to be an expert on dog breeding, and says that this dog is worth hundreds, if not thousands of dollars. He asks the owner if the dog is for sale because he'll pay top dollar. The entire scam hinges on the bar owner's greed. The assumption is he'll see the chance to buy the dog from the unsuspecting owner for a low price, then sell the valuable dog to this "expert breeder." He tells the dog expert to come back later, then offers to buy the dog when its owner returns. The dog's owner sells it, but the "expert" never comes back to buy it. The two con artists walk away with a few hundred dollars, and the bar owner gets stuck with a "mutt." In Neil Gaiman's novel "American Gods," two characters discuss this con using a violin instead of a dog.

The Pigeon Drop:-
There are several variations of this con, but they all start with the victim and the con artist both spotting something of value lying around. It's usually an envelope or bag full of money, but it could be a diamond ring. The con artist tries to get the victim to notice the envelope first, making him less likely to suspect that the con artist planted it. A second con artist may get involved as the victim and the first con artist decide to split up the found money, demanding a fair share since he saw it too.
At this point, the cons will suggest that everyone put some of their own money into the envelope as "good faith money," to show that they're financially responsible people. Once all of the money is in the envelope, it is divided into thirds and returned to the victim and the two con artists. However, through sleight of hand and a distraction, the victim gets an envelope full of paper scraps

Online Sales Scams
Another Internet con preys on people who sell items online. Someone will respond to a classified ad offering to buy the item or win an item in an eBay auction, but they require the use of a special shipping company or claim that a banking regulation requires them to pay with a large cashier's check. The check will be in an amount that far exceeds the item's cost (a $5,000 check for a $100 item, for example). The con artist instructs the seller to cash the check, keep the amount owed for the item, then send the rest of the cash back to him. This supposedly satisfies the regulation or shipping company. If the seller doesn't bother waiting for the check to clear -- and many don't -- the con artist will get nearly $5,000 in cash in return for a check that eventually bounces, leaving the victim on the hook for the full amount.

Charles Ponzi ( greatest swindler in USA History)
Charles Ponzi didn't necessarily intend to create a pyramid scheme, but his scheme took on that form. He first convinced people to invest in his business idea. When the business didn't make enough money to repay the investors, he got new investors and used their money to repay the original investors. This process repeated itself several times until newspaper and police investigations hurt his ability to draw new investors. Fraudulent banks have used this scheme as well, offering high interest rates on savings accounts to draw a lot of customers. The deposits of newer customers are used to pay the interest to the first customers, and so on, until the bank collapses (or the con artists flee with everyone's money).
Nov 17, 2015

Defend yourself against any Frauds

Basic Rules often known to & played by Fraudsters :-
(1) You can not cheat a honest man.
(2) Find some 1 who wants something for nothing ( that is not difficult to find) and then give him nothing for something...

Why are Some People Easy PREY to FRAUDS used as Con-Tricks by Fraudsters?
The most common reasons are vulnerability, genuine good heartedness or susceptibility to get-rich-quick schemes.
(1) Vulnerability:- This vulnerability usually involves loneliness or desperation regarding money, such as being heavily indebted or having business financial problems. Vulnerability opens a person to the kindness or cleverness of strangers and often clouds a logical mind with the haziness of hope and promises.
(2) Genuine Good Heartedness:-Like an innocent child trusting an adult who emotionally damages them for life, good-hearted people are sitting ducks for con artists. How can you tell a genuinely loving person to be suspicious of everyone? You might as well acknowledge that there is no hope for true human goodness.
(3) Getting rich quick schemes:- Nothing comes free of cost. And All rich men does not make you necessarily rich they make you busy. That is busy+ness = business... Although you do get paid for your time... How fairly that you have to decide.

And don't think that just because you have an education you are too smart to be fooled by a con artist. Department of Justice studies show that people with some college or a college degree are the most susceptible..
Some Human weakness exploited by tricks frequently used by Con Artists and Manipulators:-
(1) Beliefs are Stronger that Steel and Stone.
(2) Confusing Reality with a Story About Reality
(3) Declaring Reality
(4) Distorting The Truth
(5) Peddle Misinformation and Disinformation
(6) Use a Third Party Deceiver Prove Me Wrong ...
(7) I'm the Authority -- Trust Me
(8) Using the Uncontested the Obvious or the Irrelevant as Proof
(9) Using the Opponents Argument as as proof of your position
(10) Diverting Attention
(11) Being Excessively Technical
(12) Using Personal Beliefs As Proof or Facts
(13) Ignore the Evidence -- Ignore the Truth:
(14) Ask Loaded Questions
(15) Create a Problem -- Then Offer Your Solution
(16) Get the People to Demand What You Want to Impose Upon Them:
(17) Let's You And Him Fight
(18) Create Divisiveness:
(19) Create Chaos for Conversions
(20) Secret Language
(21) Becoming Offended - The last Refuge of a Scoundrel:
(22) Divide and Conquer: Two Sides Are One ( The Good cop - Bad Cop strategy)
Nov 17, 2015

Old sharings

Franchise fraud is defined by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation as a pyramid scheme. The FBI website states:

Pyramid schemes—also referred to as franchise fraud or chain referral schemes—are marketing and investment frauds in which an individual is offered a distributorship or franchise to market a particular product. The real profit is earned, not by the sale of the product, but by the sale of new distributorships. Emphasis on selling franchises rather than the product eventually leads to a point where the supply of potential investors is exhausted and the pyramid collapses.

Just go through this video, before you invest any penny with Qnet.

Prevention is better than cure.

As with any fraud. It's like Judo or Jujitsu ( The opponent use your momentum or energy to get you toppled /or against you )
The fraudster use your greed , intensity to earn money quickly as a tool against you..

Here you will see the stories of some Victims in Egypt.
They names it as The Anti-Qnet Project.
Those who have been contacted & those who feel like duped can relate their experience with it.
Let not this happen with any other person.
Shared for best interest of humanity.
Neha Bangalore
Nov 17, 2015

QNET bangalore

Hi Police Dept,

I am cheated by qnet cheaters. Please arrest them and save others atleast.

Here are the list of QNET Cheaters in Bangalore:

1) Sasi Dhar --Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/sasi.dhar.773?ref=ts&fref=ts

2) suresh -- Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/suresh.vsr.7?ref=ts&fref=ts

3) Bellamkonda Sai Nagendra-- Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/sai.nagendra.940/friends?pnref=lhc

4) Raj Rajarapu -- Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/Raj.rajarapu?pnref=friends.search


I will share more cheaters list once you arrested these cheaters.

Nov 17, 2015


Hi Vraan,

Don't bark .. what happened to you my dear QNET worshiper.. why you are shouting like a MAD DOG...
by the way you speak we understand your mental stability....

I think you need to join in some mental hospital(National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bangalore)..... Bangalore is the best place for you.. even VIHAAN direct selling is also available there only... so my dear brother don't worry about me and my parents..

Instead of wasting your time on me better to invest your time in your best business... take care....
I know you people are most busiest persons in world :P

BETTER SHUT YOUR MOUTH..... by the way you speak we can understand how professional you are ...You learnt only this thing from QNET ?

Any way all the best ... I hope you will soon visit the BIRTH PLACE OF LORD KRISHNA......


Start revolution on QNET & Save our motherland.. Gather every where... I am always available for you to help .. KICK QNET out of INDIA
Nov 17, 2015


Folks while seeing complaint box here it seems one die hard qneter is loss mental state. Out of thousands of people joined Qnet only few shits make it rest gave up because this is not kind of biz that one to do ... in fact Qneter so called highly self claimed intellect bizman/woman preaching down line that "We Are Giver and Not Taker" what a shit!!!!! Whoever join Qnet joined with Blind Faith and Trust to his love one or trustworthy fren coz Money is the word use to make person Blind!!!

There is no point to prove that Qnet's products are worthy ... once you joined and in the state of recovering the amount you have invested you will hell bent to say that Qnet is the Dream Biz ....

Mr. Vrana with fake name you are trying to justify about Qnet is ok that is not your fault because you have been told to promote Qnet by your upline .... if you are such a successful biz and I hope u have earned enough, might have bought your dream car BMW, AUDI, FERRARI or any brand new car you name it, free from liabilities, big fat bank balance ..... Enjoy your coffee and do your Edification of your Upline which has zero qualification only know how to do fraud and misguided as your Guru !!!

Wake Up Call ... otherwise You Will Keep On Calling and Continue 5+3 till someone say Yes and bring to the table and dupe some lacs of rupees just to get your commission of 12k ......!!! I will tell you basic 4 cr income u r looking for ... calling activity 5+3 till someone say yes, sharing dream of dreams, ur best fren will say yes as he/she not able to say no .... ur so called closure and duped 5 lacs rupees by purchasing stupid items which has no value, once money debited you are in cloud nine that 12 k is coming in your account .... dupes as many as u can to earn 4 cr.........
Nov 16, 2015

QNET Cheaters

QNET Cheaters

Dear Friends !

Beware of these so called business man offering global business opportunity without disclosing any thing not even company name beforehand ! They just play with your emotions and show you big dreams !

Some of the Cheaters active in Kolkata / Delhi and other eastern region of India are :


many more ! Please beware of these fraudsters
Nov 15, 2015


Guys .....

Fight against QNET in NCR region please join the hands

Save our india from QNET

Nov 15, 2015

QNET Refund procedure

REFUND procedure as below.

1. Get your IR ID first.It will come to your mail box once the product is purchased.
2. Send a cancellation mail to the support team of QNET with a subject line as "REFUND IN****".
provinding all details of transactions and product details.Usually IR number will be like IN4444
and all. Attach scanned PAN CARD in the mail to them.
3.Once this mail is sent, the support team will create a CSF number and sends to Hong Kong team for
approvals for the refund request. It will take 15-20 working days for the approvals for refund
4.Meanwhile, mail them or cll them on every alternative days for an update.

9900060061 - Rekha
9900060605 - Jaswinder
5.Once Refund request is completed,they ask for the mode of payment.
Ecards or Account Money transfer. Better go for Money transfer to your account.
If you opt for account transfer, then you have to send a scanned copy of your account cheque leaf.
6.After 20 working days, you will get your money refunded of the product to your account.
7.Rest 25% , you collect from your uplink(Person who made you to join).
if not , file a complaint/FIR at police station if that person refuses to give money.
Nov 15, 2015


Did you sign the document that says "I have read the document carefully, and I know where I am putting my money"?

If yes, then congrats, you will spend the rest of your life paying EMI like a beggar because you have absolutely no idea what a signature on a document means.
Nov 15, 2015


Please complaint on police station send a mail with all proof in local police station an email police will settle you.

@vaarn2 you will do anything for business you mom is a bitch she have lot of contacts may god bless you from AIDS ..your father is 0.5 you to 0.5

guys let fight against QNET
Nov 15, 2015

Qnet is a frud company.

Pls arrest the Bangalore IRS like
Sanjib das
Sushmita Singh
Rahi khurana
Namrata Singh
Pls tell how I refund my money .
Nov 15, 2015


Hi All,

I am doing a small job in bangalore in BPO. I also trusted on 1 of my friend & invested 2.5 lacs in qnet. .now i am very much trouble & paying 8k EM/month out of 23k salary.

Please anyone help me to get my refund here in bangalore.

My contact number is 9738962930
Nov 15, 2015


Great news --QNET Uplines got arrested and their parents

@vraan2 your comments are helped in this arrest your involving parents in this discussions all your chat complaints registered.

what is your number?
Nov 14, 2015


It is quite obvious that qnet lovers will defend of their acts till the end... qnet is not at all an ecom biz but to sell fake dreams by luring near and dear ones and close friends! targeting near and dear ones and close friends is quite obvious reason that they will hardly or no compliant if so called biz is not working ... many of qneters are marketing people who have been no remorse of convincing people to buy their products without that much of value ... for them is easy to tell lie as long as fill their pockets and it is ok coz money makes you blind ... people who have joined and revert are those couldn't ethically right to lure to fulfill pockets .... as i said money makes person blind and many of them trapped thought that you will become a millionaire in 4 years ... beware from qneters and save your hard earn money ... life should be ethical and earning money with honestly is always sweet than luring people like qneters !!!!
Nov 14, 2015

taken my first STEP against qnet

Today I saved two members..
Tey r about to join in Qnet..as tey know I'm already in da business and stopped doing it..tey asked for suggestion..I met tem personally and explained about how qnet rooked many people in india and indian economy..after tat dey strongly decided not to join in it..

Nov 14, 2015


It is so funny to see you write out your thoughts in retarded english. Atleast have the dignity to learn english if you must post your retarded thoughts in public forum,

I know your story. A close friend told you that you can do crores of money in 2 months, and you believed him like a pathetic brainless retarded fool, and now you and your parents are begging on the streets to pay the loan you took.
You are a disgrace to your entire family.
Your mom is even forced to sell her body like prostitute to pay out your loan because if you. I saw her on street today selling herself for a weekend 50% discount.
Nov 13, 2015



you rich ... first you don't waste your time ..we are saying QNET is a multi milliner company...
which will waste all of your life time doing nothing.. forgot to say your slogan

"DONT USE BRAIN FOLLOW UPLINE" WTF you people making fools by without using brain...you brainless stop criticizing others and do your shit work.... I know its waste of replying you...

you are ignored waste of talking to a fool like you... always speaks about parents and families.. even my UPLINES do same.. this is the training QNET provide... how great QNET is ... AWESOME
Nov 13, 2015


You posted some time ago that qnet spoiled your life.
Instead of wasting your time posting useless things on internet, you should focus on getting your beggar family off the streets and paying them back the money you took from them .
Am curious about which product you bought from qnet.
Did you get biodisk to cure your mom's cancer?
Did you get holiday package for your dad to run his brothel freely?
Nov 13, 2015


Guys who want to fight against QNET in NCR region please join the hands

mail me ... here we go and fight ...stop them


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