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Good info. I intend to travel to Chine fir the first time on the next trade show in September. Hoping to buy house hold products for my business in Africa but live in the US. Please I need your kind deed advice and what to do for the first time. I was told the best place to go is Yiwu. Please reply.
I had no idea the handkerchief business could be so involved! I sell computer components and have always wanted to source unbranded components from China as I have seen some extremely high-end custom components produced over there for 1/10th the cost. But honestly, Alibaba just seems like a bunch of scamers and ive heard horrer stories of fake parts, old generation hardware flashed with software that reports it is modern when its not.... Im just afraid to even try a minimum order quantity because, how can I know without going to see it in person? Which I cannot do. I suppose it's less risky and more unlikely to get ripped off buying handkerchiefs. Still you have given me a little bit of faith, maybe I'll give them a try one day
Said from a Chinese person. How easy is it for the common American to find a legitimate, honest Chinese wholesaler? Furthermore how could they trust them when they're thousands of miles away? This is the dumbest advice I've seen lately. Alibaba is your best option and even then....
You don't want the lowest price. You get the shittiest qualities. You don't make money with cut throat margins after shipping and handling fees. You're better off upselling with high quality items. Srsly go read a book before jumping head first into import/dropship/any business
Direct factory price is a big scam in China. I've not seen that factories are doing foreign trade directly unless they are very big or the products are high value. Most factories are interested in trade with RMB and they do not understand banking instrument, like DC. And to ensure product quality and delivery time, someone should be following the product order everyday from China and preferably in Chinese. Now some factories /Trading companies hire English speaking personnels and the down side of this are they don't know about the product, nor they understand foreign trade. Just translate/interpret literally. So the best way to secure your product sourcing from China is to learn fluent Chinese and stay here to ensure quality and delivery. All other platforms are effective but might be 20-30% effective.
Your recommending Alibaba and I researched that and it has an f rating with a better Business bureau I don't know why you would recommend them I also bought five tool boxes from wish another Chinese vendor and out of all five I've got none of them I got one ranch each so they can claim it was delivered one wrench in the mailbox when I bought a $799 piece tool kit two of those and three others AliExpress I've had good luck but the shipping is usually double if not more than the item is itself it would be great if you had a tip or trick on how to get the cost of shipping down a little
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Everything you're saying is exactly why you don't do business with China, lol, I do appreciate the honesty. I'm laughing because all the comments from people who feel they've found the holy grail to make 4x money. Instead though just listen to what he's saying, you are buying a head ache.
Nobody wants to buy from companies that don't respect patent laws and recreate high quality products using low quality parts. Sure they'll bring a solid item to trade shows but what you end up getting is a bunch of crap in a box. Have you ever ordered anything from WISH. You will WISH you never did. Just buy from cultures who respect the first contract.