Our Credit Payment Terms

90% of small business owners and e-commerce sellers stress about their cash flow. As we all know, good payment terms are key to growing your business quickly. Therefore, we provide better terms than other companies to assist our clients.

Deposit, Balance Against Bill of Lading

This is the simplest and most common kind of payment. You pay a deposit to start production. When the cargo is about to arrive at the port in your country, you pay the balance. Then we will send you the bill of lading, which you will take to customs to pick up your goods.

Open Account

Many Chinese suppliers provide traditional importers with an O/A  payment term, which allows you to pay the balance after receiving  goods. We also support O/A as long as you clear the import  customs in the name of your company with good credit.

  • Flexible Credit Payment Term

    Flexible Credit Payment Term

    If the buyers don't have their own companies , or they can't declare bulk import officially, O/A payment is not available to them. To such buyers, we offer better payment terms to support your business.

    Depending on your business modes, cooperative time, and quantities of goods, we can either reduce the deposit to less than 30% or offer a credit period of up to 30 days.
  • Growth Capital to Scale Your Business

    Growth Capital to Scale Your Business

    You might have a good start on your e-commerce business, but need funds to prepare stock and run ads. We've partnered with companies that provide e-commerce businesses with risk-free loans.

    They evaluate your online store, including revenue and business credit. Then, they can deploy loans ranging from $5K to $2M and collect a percentage of repayment (estimated 1–20%) based on your future turnover. Also, you can get a 20% discount on our service fee if you use the loan.

Easy Steps to Work with Us

  • Step 1

    Step 1

    Apply to your agent. Tell us about your business.
  • Step 2

    Step 2

    Your agent evaluates your business situation.
  • Step 3

    Step 3

    Your agent submits an internal assessment for audit.
  • Step 4

    Step 4

    Your agent informs you of the final payment terms.