1. States should immediately implement direct selling rules: QNet

States should immediately implement direct selling rules: QNet

Malaysia-based QNet has called for expeditious implementation by various states in India of the direct selling guidelines issued by the central government to "clear the blurred lines" between genuine and fraudulent players in this sector.

By: | Published: May 23, 2017 6:56 PM
Malaysia, QNet, India, selling, market Malaysia-based QNet has called for expeditious implementation by various states in India of the direct selling guidelines issued by the central government to “clear the blurred lines” between genuine and fraudulent players in this sector. (Image source: Twitter)

Malaysia-based QNet has called for expeditious implementation by various states in India of the direct selling guidelines issued by the central government to “clear the blurred lines” between genuine and fraudulent players in this sector.  QNet, a global direct selling major that has been battling regulatory issues in India, said the biggest challenge faced by the industry for the last 10-15 years has been the lack of a clear regulatory framework.  “Considering that India is the 20th largest direct selling market in the world, and one of only 23 countries that are billion dollar markets globally, it is about time the industry was regulated properly,” QNet Global CEO Trevor Kuna said in a statement. Kuna said the “need of the hour” is to formulate clear- cut laws to govern the direct selling industry in India which has been generating large scale self-employment and contributing well to the exchequer.

Recently, the Consumer Affairs Ministry listed the new direct selling guidelines among the measures taken by the Modi government in its first three years for improving ‘ease of doing business’ in the country.  “With the intention of facilitating ‘Ease of doing business’, guidelines for direct selling were issued after detailed deliberations by an Inter-Ministerial Committee.  “The guidelines are in the form of an Advisory to State Governments and provide transparency, ease to consumers and establishing a grievance redressal mechanism for consumers,” it had said.
Kuna said the issuance of guidelines is “a good first step”. Stating that the direct selling companies bring about a huge employment proposition, he said the states should “expeditiously formulate a policy framework based on these guidelines to help clear the blurred lines between ethical industry players and fraudulent companies”.

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    T k Chaitanya
    May 25, 2017 at 9:52 pm
    Because of unethical people with unethical things followings blaming QNET. If you ask that person why he left from business and what he did " there is no exact answers for those people". I personally felt that. I requested to people be a ethical then everything should fine
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      Aman Gambhir
      May 24, 2017 at 11:03 pm
      Qnet and it's IR has cheated so many people in India by wrong practice. It's IR charged 3.5 lac to 10 lac Rupees to start the business. Company doesn't have any compensation policy to victims.no guidelines to it's IR.
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        Shrikanth
        Jun 11, 2017 at 1:25 am
        Give me office address
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        Sasikumar
        May 24, 2017 at 7:18 pm
        Q net it self fraudulent company. I personally experienced the issue.simple word to say it is modern days robbery.
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          Sasikumar
          May 24, 2017 at 7:17 pm
          Q net it self fraudulent company. I personally experienced the issue.simple word to say it is modern days robbery.
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            Achal Singh
            May 24, 2017 at 4:33 pm
            Qnet is company who creating human being in this planet earth who have good heart ♥ and this company is going to change world and peoples life that why World economic forum invite every ear to the founder of QNET .
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              Suresh Babu
              May 24, 2017 at 10:56 pm
              Exactly brother...
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              vikash
              May 24, 2017 at 4:20 pm
              Qnet is scam... Running an e-commerce business, two main positions, you are my f ing buddy so become one of the partners with equal profit. , why don't you just say... I am an IR, who works for Qnet... Yes, the name of the company is in the garbage these days because our black dressed in-service people have followed all in the past, but I am tel you, if u purchase a useless product like a pendent or a cheap watch or a hotel voucher (so what these are so freaking over-priced) and sell the same to another dumb person (like I am sel it to you), you and I will earn an equal commission and when he sells the same to someone, we both that person will get an equal commission.... IS THAT SO HARD???
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