3 grabbed for extorting money from young graduates

National Security operatives have arrested leaders of a group suspected of extorting money from young graduates with the promise of a better life under a shady network marketing scheme.

The three young men who were initially arrested for posing as national security operatives as a cover for their recruitment business denied the claims saying they are rather training young marketers under a network marketing business.

They said, “We represent QNET in our locality, our region or our country, so it only means that our products and services are mainly from QNET. And for that matter we take our products from them and we get payments in the form of commission.

“So on such issue that we reps of QNET are using QNET as creating job opportunities under the guise of National Security operatives is simply a false accusation. We neither are not national security nor are we workers of QNET, we are independent representatives of QNET.”

About 80 young people have already paid ₵4,300 each to be initiated into the QNET scheme.

Police sources reveal leaders of the scheme have found ways to regroup after previous arrests.

They have since been handed over to the Ashanti Regional Police Command for further investigation.

Source: myjoyonline.com

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