QNet still recruiting in Ghana despite arrests & deportations

Ghanaian authorities appear to be having a tough time reining in QNet scammers.

Regardless of a number of arrests and deportations, QNet recruitment efforts persist.

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Qnet brokers working in all areas of Ghana embody some West African nationals hiding in secluded areas working with out enterprise working permits.

Some are utilizing related doubtful enterprise modules to lure their victims largely from Mali, Nigeria and Burkina Faso beneath the guise of securing them well-paid jobs in Ghana just for their victims to be held hostage upon arrival, compelled to work in Qnet community advertising.

This explicit QNet recruitment rip-off has been occurring for a while. In April 2020 Ghanaian authorities arrested 4 QNet associates for a similar ruse.

In August 2019 fifty-two overseas nationals have been deported from Ghana following a QNet bust.

Ghanaian QNet associates have additionally posed as Nationwide Safety Operatives to lure unsuspecting victims into the scheme.

Trendy Ghana, citing a report from Starr Information, particulars different misleading techniques used to advertise QNet in Ghana.

At Koforidua Adweso-Mile 50, an agent was discovered working from a walled four-bedroom home.

Quite a lot of determined job seekers well-dressed with some in go well with and tie have been discovered seated beneath tents in the home.

Jiffy later, a self-acclaimed pastor got here to worship with them and delivered a motivational message.

Twenty (20) minutes later, a younger man got here to the room, launched the (QNet) enterprise modules.

Guarantees of diplomas and levels are additionally getting used to lure Ghanaians into the pyramid scheme.

QNet boasts it presently has round 10,000 associates in Ghana.

And for those who’re questioning why Ghanaian authorities don’t simply ban the corporate and declare promotion of it unlawful, sadly the Ghanaian authorities can also be in on it.

The Chief Director of the Ministry of Enterprise Growth, Mr. Joe Tackie, representing the Minister for Enterprise Growth mentioned:

“We’re glad to have QNET in Ghana for the lengthy haul. We’re additionally very glad that QNET’s enterprise module helps entrepreneurship.

Having being in existence for 20 years and working in about 100 nations internationally, we imagine that Ghanaians will profit immeasurably from the well being, dietary and entrepreneurial exploits QNET is introducing to Ghana.”

The Head of SME, on the Ministry of Commerce and Business, Mr. Sampson Abankwa, representing the Minister for Commerce & Business added:

“QNET’s entrance into Ghana is opening the house up for extra entrepreneurial alternatives for the youth and Ghanaians usually”

So long as that’s the official line, it seems efforts to crack down on QNet will proceed to be restricted.

In the meantime the quantity Ghanaians have misplaced and proceed to lose to QNet solely grows.