Cyberabad Police has served notices to Bollywood actors like Anil Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan, Boman Irani, Vivek Oberoi, Jackie Shroff, and others for their alleged involvement in the multi-crore scam, Qnet. Tollywood actors Allu Shirish and Pooja Hegde along with Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh were also served notice in connection with the case, reported a source.
According to the sources, 500 people have been served with a notice alleging their involvement Qnet scam by the Cyberabad Police. Till now, the police has arrested 60 accused persons who are involved in the case. These actors have been accused of promoting the company by tsking remuneration.
”Cyberabad Police have given a week’s time to the alleged accused and asked them to appear before the police by March 4. The police have also mentioned in the notices that if they failed to appear, legal action will be initiated against them”, reported a source.
According to the reports, QNet was accused of running one of the biggest Ponzi scams in India, cheating at least 3 lakh people. The crime was busted by the private detectives of Cyberabad in various parts of Telangana, Andra Pradesh, Bengaluru, and Delhi in which 57 people were arrested in 14 different cases against QNet.
“There are a total of 30 cases registered on QNet in Cyberabad. There are eight cases which are under investigation with CID,” VC Sajjanar, Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad told reporters on January 8, 2019.
“QNet is a Hong Kong-based multi-level marketing company owned by the QI group. The company invoked many Ponzi schemes and binary schemes, vacation packages and business tactics which were illegal,” he further added.
QNet is related to the QI group of companies founded by Vijay Eshwaran and Joseph Bismark in Hong Kong in 1998. The company’s CEO is Micheal Ferreira. Now, the company has opened multiple branches all over the world.