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How should I pay my Pakistani supplier on Alibaba?

Discussion in 'Logistics - Payment & Shipping' started by MSFB, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. bobs-shop

    bobs-shop Banned Member

    Feb 20, 2011
    Be careful on alibaba. There are many fraudulent companys listed there. Generally Western Union and Money Gram are never regarded as safe ways to pay suppliers. I would recommend paying on aliexpress, as this is through their escrow service. Or find out if they accept paypal or payment by credit card. If you use credit card you are normally covered by your card issuer through the chargeback process.
  2. Abdul2206


    Nov 22, 2018
    Sir few thing i want to clear the aliba trade issuance system is only for Chinese suppliers
    If you want to deal with any other country suppliers like Pakistan you have to pay with western union or bank transfer.
    Alslo keep in mind you can use letter of credit (LC) for bulk order as this more secure system between the banks.
  3. Nav8199


    Feb 16, 2020
    I have been scammed by someone who was selling on Alibaba.
    I was naive and didn't know the ins and outs. I assumed he was genuine and payed by western union. Although I have learnt my lesson now it was a expensive lesson to the tune of $675 usd
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