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QNET praises the government’s action against con artists using its name

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QNET, an e-commerce-based direct-selling company, applauds the recent crackdown on 41 foreigners in the Bono East Region by the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS).

This according to the company represents a significant step forward for the community, and it sends a clear message that scammers will not be allowed to operate with impunity in the country.

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QNET is committed to collaborating with the authorities against individuals misusing the company’s name and subjecting them to the laws of the land.

Members of the public and QNET have been suffering reputational damage due to what the company calls scammers perpetrating fraudulent activities such as fake job recruitments and foreign travel scams.

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A statement by the company noted that “the company has taken and will continue to take strong punitive internal and legal actions and enhance its training, campaigns, and online support to educate and alert the public against fraudsters. ”

“The public is encouraged to inform QNET and the Police if they come across any individual or entity using the company’s name to offer jobs or other services in exchange.


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