Qnet Investigation into their scams, fraud and fraudulent attempts to cover their tracks
When it comes to scams and deceiving people, no one can hold a candle to Qnet. Formerly known as QuestNet, GoldQuest, and QI Limited, is a Hong Kong-based multi-level marketing (MLM) company owned by the QI Group.
Qnet been charged with serious fraud and multi level marketing in countries such as India.
The Bombay High Court while rejecting anticipatory bail applications of five accused in the multi-crore QNet scam continues –
Ever since this MLM scam blew open in India since 2013, numerous agencies have covered the case. There have been several arrests and legal action. However, the kingpins have remained in exile, evading arrests and legal consequences. These are some notable actors in this scam, and major incidents related to Qnet Scam –
- Vijay Eswaran – Prime suspect in Qnet scam in India – currently residing in Malaysia and evading arrest in India. Official Website – Wikipedia – scamming people under a new name – QI Group. This shameless guy was the founder of QNet India and responsible for most of the woes suffered by Indian victims.
- Ramya Chandrasekaran – linkedin , Facebook – Former head of communications for Qnet and figurehead in this fake DMCA scandal. Currently residing in USA and will soon be under investigation for her role in perjury and fraud.
- Pathman Senathirajah – Official Profile – Facebook – Chief promoter of Qnet in India – Wanted by the police, evading arrest.
However, let us now focus on what they did, and why did we investigated Qnet in the first place. After reading the above, it is no surprise that there has been a lot of (negative) coverage on Qnet and their multiple scams. News articles around arrests, police investigation, court proceedings and consumer outrage has severely damaged Qnet’s reputation, which limits their ability to operate globally and continue with their scams overseas.
So what would a criminal enterprise do to silence its critics ? Ofcourse, COMMIT ANOTHER CRIME. This time though, they and their associates went berserk with fake DMCAs and forged court orders. We have reported on fake DMCAs before. But never have we reported a single company for over 4 dozen fake DMCAs and court orders. OVER 50… That’s some serious attempt to clean up Google.