Today We Ask: Is Qnet a Scam?

Is QNET a scam? Look back at the partnerships created by QNET along their journey for the real answer. For those who didn’t know who QNET has collaborated with, here we have compiled a list of partnerships that QNET has done throughout the journey in this world. These are all very visible companies, sports teams, and respected economic advisors. No reputable service like this would partner with a company that was known to be a scam.

 Manchester City Football Club

QNET has sponsored football clubs at all levels of sport. QNET collaborated with Manchester City Football Club, Barclays Premier League’s champions, and one of the biggest football clubs on the planet earth.

Marussia F1

Which sport is the most expensive one in the whole world? That’s right, it’s Formula One, or known as F1. There’s no way a company would invite a sponsorship from a scammer, not when that much money is being spent, and at stake.

The Olympics

QNET was appointed for the third time as an official distributor of the Olympic Games coin memorabilia during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. QNET was ecstatic to announce the new sponsorship deal with the amazing Ivorian Olympic taekwondo champion and QNET brand ambassador, Cheick Cissé. Cissé represented Ivory Coast at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in the Men’s 80kg. He won the gold medal and gave to Ivory Coast the first-ever Olympic title for the country. He is extremely admired in Ivory Coast and the surrounding countries.


QNET has collaborated with Microsoft to manage and design a website called Microsoft is one of the biggest brands when it comes to software and computer infrastructure. It is a name that is known internationally and almost everyone is using this software on their computers and laptops.


QNET has sponsored the Brazilian football team for their every need to compete during the 2006 World Cup cycle. Right around the time Ronaldinho retired from the Brazil team, QNET had already cooperated with them to help them rise in the FIFA World Cup.

World Economic Forum, or WEF

QNET has become a member of WEF, the Swiss nonprofit foundation. The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic, and other leaders of society to shape global, regional, and industry agendas. To be a member of WEF, the company needs to have a turnover of over $5 billion, an increment of the turnover every year. The company has to have activities that benefit the development of businesses and communities all year round. QNET is also registered as a Global Growth Company, GGC,  in 2010.

Quest International University, Perak

QNET has established a university in Perak. It is wholly owned by QNET and is approved by the state government in Perak. Here, Quest International University offers courses in  business, medical and science fields. This shows that QNET cares about education because education is the foundation of human development.

If QNET is a scam company, then why is the university being approved and built by the government?

Partnership with football club GOA

QNET has signed up with yet another sports partner. This time, the partnership is with Football Club GOA in India as the team’s official direct selling partner. This partnership spanned the duration of the Indian Super League 2015 with a tour of all major cities in India.

So the major conclusion we can draw is that there is no way all of these companies and services would partner with QNET if they were in fact a scam. While there is a lot of misinformation out there, most of it is easily debunked as false, and legitimate resources prove that QNET makes every effort to ensure their service is legitimate and ethical.