China goods classification
Frequently Asked Questions
Goods-of-china.com / 2010-10-21
We accept five kinds of payment method:
(1) PayPal \ Credit card
(2) Western union
(5) Bank transfer (T/T)
We are very sorry that we DO NOT accept Personal and Business Checks.
You can make payment by Credit card / Debit card via Paypal.
As soon as submitting the order, you can see the payment information.
Caution for Paypal: We don't accept the payment that the one who makes payment is in different countries from the consignee.
Frequently asked questions about payment
1. I want to make payment by Credit card but don’t want to register paypal account, is that OK?
Yes, sure, it’s OK. You can just choose to pay by Paypal, then click “pay” button and there will be a webpage for you to enter your credit card information. If anybody used Paypal in your computer before, you need to clean all the cache of your browser, then can pay by Credit card successfully. Here’s a guideline on how to operate it:
2. I have credit balance from my previous order, but how can I use it in my new order?
When pay your order, there will be an option you can choose to use your balance.
3. Why is there only US price in your website? I’m not from USA how can I pay you US dollars?
US dollar has the best negotiability in the world. Every currency can be exchanged to US dollars.
So if your primary currency is not USD, you can still pay us USD in Paypal. For Western union, other currencies will be exchanged to USD then be transferred to us. For T/T, you can also pay us US dollars.
4. Why the amount you received is less than what I paid in Bank?
Besides transaction fee in the bank you make transfer, also, there may be some third party Bank charging you in the process. That’s because, if the bank in which you make payment has no business relationship with our bank, then payment may be sent to a third party bank first, and then send to our bank. If that happens, the third party will charge the transaction fee from the payment, so the payment time will be longer and the amount we receive will be less than the amount you pay.