This supplier promises everything. They are not used to produce EEC regulations. It costs too much time for production, checking and control, I would not pay in advance any more. I warned factory that I will pay after loading and copy bill of loading. The company refuses and threatened me to sell my scooters to other customer. The factory should not threat customer, so that’s why I warn you; Do not buy at this company, when something goes wrong you loose your money, at a lot of time!
Our company placed an order with Sail Exports – Aditya Goel managing director in April 2015 and as usual asked the manufacturer to supply pre-production samples. The supplier promptly did so and the samples were delivered and approved. At the end, the factory Sail exports even went so far as to provide a fake proof of delivery at one point. Most telling was our request to provide evidence of shipment so that the late delivery date could be extended – Aditya Goel confirmed that he would produce this evidence but never did.
We needed (and still need) 100 pieces obsolete but unused Wavecom Q64 modems. We rejected all offers where suppliers offered used parts. Mr. Eric Sen Lin from E-NET CHINA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CO., LIMITED offered new and unused modules, so we placed an order. Before I placed an order I had made a search on Google to find out if there is anything is suspicious with this company. All seemed OK, they looked to be a decent Chinese company …after 4 months of communication we have no money back and no products!
In response to the blog post Red flags you must know to avoid scams, a friend of the SBL who does due diligence for the US Department of Commerce, wrote in with some additional red flags that should concern buyers. Read here what she had to say!