Reader comments about the banning of QuestNet

Editor, This letter is a reaction to the various articles and government ban of the business practices of Questnet. First of all let me admit that all of us are appreciating government’s willingness to look deeper into the issue of Questnet Business Practices.
The BNR head, Francois Kanimba banned QuestNet because it was a pyramid scheme.
The BNR head, Francois Kanimba banned QuestNet because it was a pyramid scheme.

Editor,

This letter is a reaction to the various articles and government ban of the business practices of Questnet. First of all let me admit that all of us are appreciating government’s willingness to look deeper into the issue of Questnet Business Practices.

It is fair and proper that the government is banning it until it makes sure that it knows everything about the business.

At the same time it also must be taken into consideration that where the genuine which have made it so popular in Rwanda in short time.

Now, there may be many people talking about people losing money, being bankrupt, people joining late not making money etc.

It’s important to understand the truth behind it. In fact the truth is people are failing in other traditional business more often than this business. 95% of small business and restaurants succumb in the first year itself.

On the other hand, in Questnet they are investing as little as 600-700$.Its very hard to believe that someone can go bankrupt with this amount.

So when they don’t see results, they leave easily assuming they are not losing big amounts and they have received the product anyways

Regards,
Manoj

I am an Indian mechanical engineer and have been doing this business for more than one year.

mnn31573@rediffmail.com>

 

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