Based on an industry leading 45 point check list, experts will review the seller’s business license, quotation, bank account details, address and website to expose any red flags… all for a lot less than the cost of a flight to China!
The Red Flag Assessment is the ideal tool for clients who want source safe, avoid scams and confirm the legitimacy of their China-based suppliers/potential suppliers.
This report is of particular value to clients who have one or more of the following concerns:
Is the supplier a real company?
If it’s a real company:
Are they fully-licensed for export in the desired product categories? Who really owns the operation? Are payments to this supplier safe? Are the documents and certificates provided authentic and valid?
How long does it take to complete the report?
The standard delivery time for the Red Flag Assessment is 5 business days in China. Expedite service is available for an extra fee.
If your potential service provider claims they can get the report to you in a matter of hours or even a few days…that is a red flag the report is not nearly as robust at the one offered by the team at AsiaBridgeLaw.com.
How much does it cost?
Much less than the cost of a trip to China!
References readily available.
Payment accepted via credit card, PayPal or bank transfer.
How is the assessment made?
The subject company’s information is checked for authenticity and discrepancies using proprietary, yet fully legal, methods & technologies developed during the team’s 15 years doing business in China.
The subject company will not know the assessment is taking place.
AsiaBridgeLaw applies a four stage approach that is highly customized for their clients’ needs and far superior to other due diligence reports that may be available online.
First, their bilingual case managers work with the client to collect all relevant information about the subject company.
Second, their due diligence experts analyze the information and highlight the key findings relevant to our client’s situation. Chinese security experts reviewing Chinese records on your behalf!
Third, experienced sourcing professionals carefully review the findings in detail and offer their expert opinion on how the client should proceed. Professionals buyers reviewing the case on your behalf based, taking into account the realities of doing business in China.
Fourth, AsiaBridgeLaw leverages their bicultural and bilingual staff to translate the report and present it in an easy-to-understand format in the client’s language of choice (English, Chinese, Spanish, French, Portuguese & Russian are available at the time of writing).
How to get started?
Please contact the CSSC’s endorsed service provider for due diligence: www.AsiaBridgeLaw.com , download a sample report and get started.
Collecting the case file from client
The subject company will not know the assessment is taking place and AsiaBridgeLaw researchers will not contact the subject company, its staff or associated companies. The assessment is based on comprehensive study of information about the subject company as provided by the client. While every field below is important, the fields in bold are the most critical areas for the scam assessment. If the items in bold are provided, this is more than enough supporting documentation to allow the investigators to conduct an accurate assessment in almost all cases.
- Copy of key contracts/invoices/purchase orders
- Bank Account Details (Where do they want you to send money?)
- Copy of Business License as provided by the subject company
- English Name of Subject Company
- Chinese Name (in Chinese) Send scanned image if you don’t have Chinese language software to cut and paste.
- Address(es) of Subject Company in English
- Address(es) Chinese Send scanned image if you don’t have Chinese language software to cut and paste.
- Social Media Profile(s)
- Email Address(es) of Subject Company
- Website(s) of Subject Company
- Skype/QQ/other contact details
- Scanned copy of brochures (Include Chinese version as well if available)
- Scanned copy business cards (Please scan both sides of cards and try to include Chinese business card information as well.)
- Have they exhibited at any trade shows? (If yes, please provide details.)
- How was initial contact made between you and this company?
- No need to send us all communications, but if there are key emails/faxes/phone calls, please provide a brief summary.
- Copies of passports/ identity cards
- Pictures of people and facility
- 3rd Party Inspection/Audit Reports conducted on-site in China
- Description of the product you wish to buy from this supplier (HS code if know/ Product image or description/ Estimated USD value)
- Any other information you feel is relevant for their research
Professional Risk Avoidance & Supplier Verification
The experts at AsiaBridgeLaw.com have seen 1000’s of scams & fraud. Put them to work for you.
Contact AsiaBridgeLaw.com for pricing.