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QNET Int’l officials meet Gambian media

Jan 12, 2021, 1:36 PM | Article By: Abdoulie Nyockeh

The QNET International Company’s regional general manager and public relations manager in sub-Saharan Africa, Biram Fall and Maxime Peti respectively over the weekend met the Gambian media in connection with QNET’s mode of operations and many other issues.

The delegation was headed by Mr. Fall, who is based in Dakar.

The objectives of the meeting were to better enlighten and sensitise the media on what QNET is all about and its mode of operations and the products it offers to their customers.

Also in their mission was to make a presentation about QNET International activities and what they entail as a business company operating since 1998.

During the meeting, journalists were given the opportunity to ask multiple questions regarding the company’s legality to operate, prices of its products and how they are sold to customers.

Questions were also raised as series of complaints were lodged by people who alleged to have joined the QNET business over the years and could not achieve any benefit.

Mr. Fall, who made an informative and educative presentation about QNET company’s mode of operations, equally clarified some of the widespread misinformation circulating on social media which portrayed negative image of QNET in The Gambia.   

Speaking at a forum held at Coco Ocean on Sunday, Mr. Fall explained that QNET International trades through E-Commerce like any other multinational company, saying they operate almost all over the continents.

According to Mr. Fall, QNET is a direct company operating since in 1998   to sell high quality products to customers with the help of “Independent Representatives.” He also said QNET operates with honesty and Integrity and with hardwork and focus in which “you will achieve your dreams.”

He also stated that Africa is the future for network marketing and that QNET is here to stay. He added that QNET provides training, home products, energy products, watches and has over 50,000 independent distributors.

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