Sellers of chinese tablets
gplvio at mauve.plus.com
Mon Apr 9 06:19:53 CEST 2012
On 04/08/2012 07:12 PM, Till Harbaum / Lists wrote:
> That's why i am not trying to use the legal system. That's why i propose
> to use systems they do care like ebay feedback.
The makers never (?) sell on ebay.
You are dealing with a small Chinese business that's bought a hundred or
a thousand tablets.
They will have limited ability for any redress with the maker, beyond if
they are lucky returning actually faulty hardware for warranty replacement.
If the sales in china are large compared to the west, then all of these
small firms going to the wall because of poor ebay feedback doesn't
really concern the maker at all.
They've already got their money - and the sellers were selling the
competitors product too, anyway, so screw them.
The case of large firms in the 'west' redistributing tablets is a little
The court systems generally work, and in some cases the volumes will be
enormously higher than the thousand the ebay seller may be ordering,
meaning they may have better leverage.
In this realm, you are much more likely to make a difference.
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