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Discussion in 'Bad Supplier Experiences' started by gamblingman73, Mar 21, 2009.

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  1. gamblingman73

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    Anyone dealt with this website before done some basic checks on the site and I remember reading about businesses in the Putian Fujian where this business is registered, if anyone can help would be appreciated. Regards Mike
  2. martin23

    martin23 Banned Member

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    I think you can safely say, some of there product are fake
  3. Anthony

    Anthony

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    They are selling counterfeit goods.
  4. Businessinchina

    Businessinchina

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    They are typical scammers in China, please forget it and be careful next time. www.myspace.cn/chinastin is my blog, where you can find out more scammer information worldwide.
  5. gamblingman73

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    Thank You I assumed the clothing was fake but was looking more at the electrical But Thanks you for the heads up I'll give them a miss
  6. jitverify.com

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    My experience is that many scammers are come from Fujian,China. Most of them sell fake products.

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