Social media has been hit with reports of suspected fraud by customers of an investment company called QNET.
Several customers have alleged that they had been enticed to deposit 4600 cedis as a start up investment into QNET with a promise of exorbitant profits.
Some customers claim that for several months now, returns from their investments haven’t yielded a dime. Others contend that when they confronted the scheme managers, they weren’t given any sound explanations as to when to expect their returns.
A customer who only gave out his name as Sampson hinted that the scheme is pyramidal in nature, in that once you register; you would have to bring others to register with 4600 cedis. And as they also sign up others onto the scheme then shall you start making profits.
For now, customers are wondering as to whether the scheme is another kind of Menzgold. A group of women who spoke to afropolitanonline.com on grounds of anonymity are concerned that they may lose their money.
Meanwhile, a source at the Securities and Exchange Commission has revealed that QNET is not registered with them. Efforts to reach some scheme managers to get an explanation of the developments proved futile. Customers are in a limbo as to what is really happening to their investments.