Despite an endorsement from corrupt government officials, Ghana’s Attorney-General Godfred Dame has prevailed against QNet. In an only recently reported on July 2022 judgment, QNet has been ordered to get out of Ghana.
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Immigration officials in Ghana have arrested 36 scammers, accused of participating in a recruitment sweatshop. As reported by My Joy Online on October 6th; Most of the suspects are West African nationals alleged to have arrived in Ghana under the pretext of securing jobs in different companies. They were later recruited to engage in network [Continue reading…]
QNet has received a pyramid scheme fraud warning from Russia. As per the Central Bank of Russia’s October 6th warning, QNet exhibits “signs of a financial pyramid” scheme.
QNet has received a pyramid scheme fraud warning from Bhutan. As per the Office of Consumer Protection’s August 26th warning;
Three QNet scammers have been jailed in Ghana, after a gruesome ruse to con family members out of money came undone.
Another eight QNet promoters have been arrested in Ghana. The scammers were in charge of 120 victims, being held hostage in a “compound house”.
Ghana’s youth are sick of QNet scammers targeting them for recruitment. Pulse reports earlier this week a group of “angry youth”, armed with machetes, stick and clubs, attacked a local QNet office.
Ghanaian authorities have arrested another fifteen QNet affiliate scammers. As reported by the Ghanaian Times, on October 15th
QNet affiliates recruiting new victims via human trafficking have been arrested in Liberia.
Ghana’s Immigration Service has threatened to jail QNet scammers entering the country illegally.