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Don’t Miss FREE TRAINING This JUNE With WebiLearn!

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This month our GSC experts are back with an exciting new WebiLearn topic ‘QVI Club & Q-breaks TRAINING’, in which you will learn everything you need to know about QNET’s hottest holiday products!
Get to know more about your very own business… and become a QNET EXPERT!
AND that’s not all! Learn more about VO Tips, Policies & Procedures, QNET LifeSite, QNET Products, QNET Tools, the enhanced Compensation Plan, etc. Choose the topics that suit you best and learn more about them FOR FREE!
Make the most out of this opportunity to get the right knowledge and tools to grow your business!
Check out this month’s schedule below:


Customer Request Form System Revamped!

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Customer Request Form System Revamped!

Good news!  A new CRF (Customer Request Form) system has just been launched in your VO (Virtual Office). This new system has an enhanced interface that enables you to navigate the site and submit your requests, concerns and complaints very easily.

Before we get to the steps on how to file a CRF, let’s orient ourselves on the different Types of CRFs by reading the table below.
Here’s the basic walkthrough on how to file a CRF.
1. On the QNET home page, click IR Login to access your Virtual Office. Enter your IR ID No and Password then click Login. Upon successful login, your VO dashboard will load and VO pop-ups might appear depending on which country you’re in.
2. At the bottom of your VO dashboard under My Global Support Center, click on Customer Request Form.
3.The CRF Page and the Service Level Agreement (SLA) matrix will appear. The default language is the preferred language you selected during your registration. SLA refers to the agreed delivery time to respond or complete a certain request you may submit.
4. Select the type of form to submit depending on the type of your request. .

5. Enter the required information (e.g. email address, contact number) and message then click Submit.

6. Upload documents, when needed. Note that some requests require more documents to be uploaded.



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