Sixty QNet scammers have been arrested in Ghana.

Authorities claim the scammers continued to promote QNet, in violation of a July 2022 court order banning the pyramid scheme nationally.

As reported by GhanaWeb;

The IRs (distributors) were arrested when the Ghana Police Service conducted a swoop in Bornya, Trom and other parts of the New Juaben South Municipality.

Residents of the area had lodged complaints that the operations of the representatives of the company was becoming a threat to their security [sic].

According to the residents, the victims of the company’s activities are forced to engage in theft to survive after they get scammed.

The latest round of QNet victims are reported to be Togolese, Nigerians and Burkinabes.

The victims were lured to Ghana on the promise of employment in the mining, sports and food industrys, only to be kidnapped and forced to promote QNet.

The victims are later camped in a room and forced to lure other victims into it.

QNet has thus fair failed to participate or address legal proceedings against it. The Malaysian pyramid scheme remains banned across Ghana.