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  1. #1

    trade china

    Hello,

    Anyone here heard of http://www.trade-china88.com/

    I bought an item from them 7 weeks ago, I sent a wire transfer, They told me they had received the money and were going to send me a tracking number.

    I never heard from them again! they will not answer my emails!

    email addreses are [email protected], [email protected]

    Thanks
    Tom

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    Re: trade china

    Welcome to doing business with China. Much of what comes out of there is counterfit or an outright scam. You have no protection with a wire transfer. Even on Ebay, they are scamming people left and right.

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    Re: trade china

    WhoIs info shows;
    Domain Name.......... trade-china88.com
    Creation Date........ 2007-02-02
    Registration Date.... 2007-02-02
    Expiry Date.......... 2008-02-02
    Organisation Name.... li jun
    Organisation Address. beijing
    Organisation Address.
    Organisation Address. beijing
    Organisation Address. 100000
    Organisation Address. BJ
    Organisation Address. CN

    Admin Name........... li jun
    Admin Address........ beijing
    Admin Address........
    Admin Address........ beijing
    Admin Address........ 100000
    Admin Address........ BJ
    Admin Address........ CN
    Admin Email.......... bj_it2006 @ 126.com (edited, remove spaces)
    Admin Phone.......... +86.13522328336
    Admin Fax............ +86.13522328336
    Website was just registered last Feb. and only for one year. Yahoo.com, hotmail.com, and 126.com are all free e-mail accounts. The mailing address is incomplete. +86 is the international calling code for China, but that is the only real contact info you have, if it is even a working number. You can file a report with the US Feds at ic3.gov, but note that the Chinese authorities will not do anything unless the amount lost is in excess of $100,000 USD. Also, for future dealings Western Union
    Sending money to someone you don’t know? You could be at risk for consumer fraud.

    The Western Union Money Transfer® service is a great way to send money to people you know and trust. If you need to send money to someone you don’t know well, you may be putting yourself at risk for fraud.

    Because we care about consumers, Western Union urges you to protect yourself from fraud by considering the following:
    1.Never send money to a stranger using a money transfer service.
    2.Beware of deals or opportunities that seem too good to be true.
    3.Don’t use money transfer services to pay for things like online auction purchases.
    4.Never send money to pay for taxes or fees on foreign lottery winnings.
    Wire or money transfer services carry no fraud protection.
    Last edited by nomaxim; 05-15-2007 at 08:39 PM.
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    Re: trade china

    Thanks for the info guys.

    I bought stuff from China before without problems so this time I thought hhmm it should be OK.

    luckily it was only 300 bucks. Im certainly not gonna deal with china any more.



    :mad:

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    Re: trade china

    Try complaining to the embassy , it may help

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