When assessing the legitimacy of a corporation like QNET, one must also look at one of its biggest competitors in Amazon to gain a better understanding of its business model and corporate strategy! Like Amazon, QNET is a Global E-Commerce direct selling company that operates in 25 different countries connecting consumers directly to high-quality products and services from the comfort of their homes, offices, and workspaces. Read
Direct selling companies like QNET Scam provides consumers from all over the world, the ability to obtain high-quality products by connecting them directly to sellers for the purchase of products or services. Such operations from the consumer’s perspective are as simple as going to a website, locating the products or services desired, and with a click of a few buttons, you place an order.
However, from QNET’s perspective of executing orders for consumers, there are regulatory and legal requirements to conducting operations globally. QNET has been in business for over 20 years evolving from a seller of commemorative coins under the business name of GOLDQUEST to changing its business strategy to support its move to an e-commerce model resulting in it ultimately changing its name to QNET.
The company follows a strict code of conduct as a member of the Direct Selling Association (DSA) in Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, and Indonesia. This DSA falls under the umbrella of a larger international regulatory direct selling oversight organization called the World Federation of Direct Selling Association (WFDSA).
The WFDSA’s primary objective of the federation is to ensure that direct selling companies’ life QNET operates at the highest level of conduct within the global marketplace. It provides regulatory oversight and guidance to direct selling businesses operating in all seven continents. Most importantly, the WFDSA ensures that all DSAs follow strict guidelines outlined within its bylaws for conducting operations within the direct selling industry.