Globalcrafts.org review


hdavy2002
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18 Nov 17 03:17:37 pm
Just wanted to report.

Way back 2013. I contacted globalcrafts.org and never heard back. I forgot about them. Then recently I was looking for handmade products and came across Link hidden: Login to view and so contacted them via their webpage - heard nothing back.

Then today while browsing SaleHoo, I came across globalcraftsb2b.com

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I digged up my Inbox, Spam etc to see if anything came across. Then I digged deeper and found a letter I sent them in 2013. See link . Link hidden: Login to view

Question is: Are they really interested in business? On the other hand I wrote to naturalartist.com and got a reply next day.

These kinds of suppliers are scary as they might turn off any minute and don't answer your calls or emails. Imagine a situation where a customer is trying to return stuff and your dropshippers turn a blind eye.


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fudjj
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18 Nov 17 05:35:22 pm
You highlight a very important point UD,

Customer service, most especially when Drop-shipping, is one of the key factors people should consider when deciding who to do business with. If a supplier provides you with an undervalued level of service when there is no pressure to resolve an issue, then what level of service can you expect when there is pressure?

So for my money, Customer Service is right at the very top of my list when I do business with anyone. That goes hand in hand with method of contact. I always look for multiple contact options, not just an email option so if the first option isn't getting a response, there are multiple options available for me to reach out and I am not sitting there hammering away email after email and getting nowhere.

A support contact number is great, but at the very least every supplier with any sense of providing quality customer service will have a Social Media profile and even live online support for service inquiries at the very least. If a supplier isn't switched on enough to offer that limited, but effective level of Customer Support options, then they wouldn't make my list of possibles.

Suppliers who don't make it easy to contact them usually have a reason. Now that doesn't mean they are not legit, but ignorance in business can be just as damaging to customers.

So things like this are extremely important to consider when choosing a supplier. If they don't provide you with quality Customer Service, then how on earth will you be able to provide that quality of service to your customers?


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hdavy2002
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18 Nov 17 08:04:59 pm
Thanks Fudjj. Lots of important points to be noted in your reply. Makes complete sense.


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