Refund from Salehoo - how?


rems4
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25 May 06 05:41:05 pm
Anyone know hhow or where to get a refund from this place?


wholesalelist101
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25 May 06 09:35:18 pm
I would suggest giving Salehoo a second chance before requesting a refund. One thing everyone has to remember. When you are looking for a wholesale supplier your not going to find it with a big red arrow pointing to them with flashing lights! You have to do lots of research until you find the product and supplier that fits you the best. This may take a year or more. I myself sell access to wholesale suppliers and this is the most common mistake people make. They purchase the information and look at a few suppliers and then think that they have been scammed and demand a refund. You will never find a decent supplier like this! Take your time to go through everything and talk to the suppliers. You will be happy that you did. BTW, I use to be the same way but today I am a Ebay powerseller!!!


mslilly
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26 May 06 03:14:50 am
Me to, I'm a powerseller also, only because of my research and not giving up!!

Yes, I agree, being patient is this business is a must!


auction-4-you
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26 May 06 04:07:48 pm
Ive found nothing to date that is worthwhile and wont cost me an arm and a leg to ship, but the message boards are worth the expense in themselves. Thats not to say the sources arent also good, if you keep searching.


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26 May 06 04:24:48 pm
Something for a lot of people to keep in mind... (I've posted this elsewhere, but it bears repeating). True distributors (factories and authorized wholesalers) will most likely require that you have a legal business with all the necessary documentation. A lot of them also require minimum purchases that can total thousands of dollars USD.

Something else that people don't seem to realize is that not every wholesaler can be contacted via internet. Some only do business offline (makes them harder to find and therefore, they only usually have to deal with serious inquiries... not the average joe who wants to buy three items at rock bottom prices to sell wherever, or someone who wants to buy stuff at wholesale for themselves).

Research is the key. Try going to a library. They have tons of info, including offline merchants and wholesalers that will sell to legitimate businesses.

No site can offer everything. But if we all work together, building resources, we can make this site bigger and better and have more valuable resources.


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27 May 06 06:03:33 am
Hi Rems4,

Dont get upset ok... try this wholeseller and dropshipper... maybe u can find something there that u want to sell....

MOney not come like that phuuf.. in front of you like a magic... so u have to work hard on it.. First time I came here also so disapointed with salehoo, I thought I can easily get suplier and then sell the item.. DONE.. money come... Then I realize that's not that easy... OK dont be angry anymore.. keep it up...

Good Luck.....

ps: Dont forget to do more research dough..!!

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romanmedioni
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28 May 06 11:14:17 pm
plz plz ! i would like to be refund because every websites ask me a company name!what shall i have to write there!


auction-4-you
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28 May 06 11:58:48 pm
Eh? Just put whatever you want in for a company name. Unless a wholesaler requires that you are a registered business then your company name is not important.


jadzia1182
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29 May 06 06:33:07 am
Come up with a Company name, and use the same one each time. It could be as simple as (your last name here) Enterprises. My registered Company name is Mixed Bag of Tricks. (I registered so I have my federal tax id for the US).

Once you get into things a bit, it might be worthwhile looking into setting up a legit business with your country's government. Then, if you do that, you'll already have your name ready to go... and out there and familiar to wholesalers.


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29 May 06 09:42:59 pm
For those sites like Jadzia said, you can put anything youd like for the company name, and the reason being is that most companies dont check your name. That would cost them entirely too much money. However, if you would like to create your own company name, its not as hard as you'd think! All you have to do to create a basic company name, this form is known as a DBA (Doing Business As) is to go to your local courthouse to the County Clerk's office. It will cost you about 17 bucks. You'll need your driver's license and the name of your company that you want, and it lasts 10 years (at least in Texas it does but you can find out just by asking). It take a whole 5-10 minutes to setup. Hope this helps!


P.S. There is much more to do when you setup a full blown company, but thats another story, and Ill get into that later. For now this should do you just fine!


*edit: Two questions for you Jadzia, first, would you like to create a company creation post with me? (how to do it, info you need to know ect.), and second (silly one), is that your name or did you pick it off of Deep Space Nine (Im guilty of being trekkie fan :))?

-Benjamin


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29 May 06 10:50:00 pm
To answer your questions Ben... sure I'll work with you on a company creation post...

and secondly, Bianca is actually my name and I too am guilty of being a trekkie :P I wanted to name my one daughter Jadzia, but everyone I knew threatened to disown me... so I got to name my fish that, and started using it as my online name. :)


auction-4-you
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30 May 06 05:19:37 pm
Nice idea on the business creation post. Id be happy to add some bits in for UK dwellers


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30 May 06 09:34:35 pm
For those sites like Jadzia said, you can put anything youd like for the company name, and the reason being is that most companies dont check your name. That would cost them entirely too much money. However, if you would like to create your own company name, its not as hard as you'd think! All you have to do to create a basic company name, this form is known as a DBA (Doing Business As) is to go to your local courthouse to the County Clerk's office. It will cost you about 17 bucks. You'll need your driver's license and the name of your company that you want, and it lasts 10 years (at least in Texas it does but you can find out just by asking). It take a whole 5-10 minutes to setup. Hope this helps!


P.S. There is much more to do when you setup a full blown company, but thats another story, and Ill get into that later. For now this should do you just fine!


*edit: Two questions for you Jadzia, first, would you like to create a company creation post with me? (how to do it, info you need to know ect.), and second (silly one), is that your name or did you pick it off of Deep Space Nine (Im guilty of being trekkie fan :))?

-Benjamin
your from texas too, i thought i was the only one


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3 Jun 06 03:36:51 am
Oh wow! That makes three of us from Texas now.
Picking out a DBA can be fun. It took us almost a month to compromize on a name the whole family could agree on! (Even though it was to be my business primarily). We finally decided on This N That because I wanted the flexability of selling 'a bit of this and a bit of that'. When I went to register my DBA, the state did a search and suggested I amend the name to make it harder for another business to partially copy my name ... so we added General Store. Now, I have been known as This N That General Store for 5 years!! Most wholesalers do not ask me to prove my DBA, however I do have to submit my sales tax ID for some accounts.


 

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