Blacklisted Suppliers in China

Update:  We have recently discovered Supplier Blacklist (SBL) which is a user generated list of bad suppliers. As of Dec 2012, we are no longer posting under-performing suppliers on the CSIC blog and encourage our readers to use SBL, if they wish to expose a bad supplier or conduct due diligence.


While we hope the tools and educational resources for buyers found at the China Sourcing Information Center will help buyers have smooth and profitable relations with their suppliers in Asia, it is a sad fact that sometimes, despite the best intentions of the buyer, things go horribly wrong.

Buyers who have been harmed often desire to warn other buyers about under-performing suppliers. Unfortunately, at the moment there is no comprehensive forum which offers a comprehensive black list exposing bad suppliers and giving legit supplier the opportunity to clear their name if accused.   Until such a list exists, I welcome buyers to send me their supplier complaints and I will be happy to:

a) Post them in my blog to warn other readers

b) Welcome to hear from the supplier if they have a counter argument to post


With that said, here is our first posting:


Supplier Name/ Contact Details


Contact : Stella



Fax:0086 574 87878398

Mobile:0086 13958264177



SKYPE: cxstella


Complaint made by:

IDCA – Hugues De Lachaise

Country: France


How the buyer and seller original met:

Alibaba (no surprise there. Next time try Global!)


Details (in words of the buyer):

We had never met such a dishonest and unprofessional supplier before. We had huge troubles because of him and it caused enormous financial loss for our company. So the purpose of this email is to denounce this supplier and prevent him to cheat other traders or importers.


But above all, let me explain you the full story:


We first placed an order with this supplier concerning “Mouse Pads” (318,000 pcs). The order went fine, we received the PPS and quality was ok. Inspection carried with Asia Quality Focus was also OK.


Later on, we placed a second order to this same supplier concerning “Travelling clocks” ( 28 000 pcs). The PPS samples were ok, but later on we realized that the general quality of mass production was just a disaster


Inspection report from AQF failed the inspection.


Since then, we started tough negotiation with the supplier, asking him to fix/reproduce the goods. We carried out many other inspections and Monitoring (6 at total !) with AQF and ASIA INSPECTION  but result was still the same : quality was really unacceptable.


As a result, we were obliged to arrange the sending of 5,040 pcs by UPS express to avoid our client penalties (3.5€/pc !!!), entirely at our charge. Despite all that, only 2476 were accepted by our client (due to very poor quality). The supplier has never taken his responsibilities and he wanted us to accept/pay the balance quantity as they were, of course that was simply unthinkable on our side.


According to that, we only paid the deposit to the supplier, and we did not pay the balance knowing that all products would be logically rejected by our client.


This supplier lied to us from the very beginning and has never tried to delivered acceptable products. We have done everything on our side to solve this situation (carry many inspections with different companies at our charge, try to find another supplier to help NISSIS to reproduce, we pay for UPS express freight, try to solve the problem with AQF, carry out a new sorting in France, etc….) but this supplier never took any responsibilities , all the contrary :


Once the 318 000 mouse pads (order which was ok) were on their way and the vessel should arrive soon, the supplier had only send us the copies of B/L. At that moment, we had paid 100% of the goods.


BUT: The supplier did not want to send us the original B/L if we wouldn’t pay her the balance quantity of traveling clocks. He totally mixed 2 different orders (for 2 different clients ) and he definitely did blackmail us in stealing our company money !


So the situation was getting even more critical for us, since we might delay/cancel the order with our biggest client (and this supposes huge penalties costs and that we lose our biggest client).

Finally, we had no other choice to pay the supplier ($25 000 for unacceptable and useless goods) in order to avoid other huge troubles with our client.


So as you can easily understand, this supplier caused dramatic situation for our company and we have to prevent it to happen again in the future.


That is why we want to tell others about this terrible supplier. Of course, please feel free to contact us if you need any more information. Our above business partners (AQF, Asia Inspection) could easily testify and confirm my words.


Best regards,


Hugues de Lachaise
General Manager
Zac du Moulin – Master Park-
435 rue de Marquette – Entrée C –
59118 Wambrechies France



  1. Mike on November 19, 2020 at 2:21 am

    Thanks for reading my blog and posting your comments. Sorry to learn you had a problem with your purchase online. For legal reasons, I have not listed the name of the supplier in your comments as my blog is not a suitable place to air grievances nor do I wish to take the responsibility to verify the accuracy of your comments nor the performance of the supplier you have listed. I think it is great that you want to expose a bad supplier, so perhaps you should consider making a listing at a website like

    Thanks again.

  2. thomas unger on August 15, 2020 at 8:54 am

    We paid for freight of a sample of coco amido propyl amine oxide and found that Mr Vincent Lee pocketed the money and never sent the sample

  3. Beppe on February 13, 2019 at 11:15 pm

    Guys. Sometimes with USD 200-300 you can get a professional inspection at your China supplier factory. Especially with new suppliers I always do inspection before shipments. I learned after a costly lessons in the past. I set my system and I do inspections. I prefer invest few hundreds dollars in order to save thousand and thousands later.
    One more thing… before I placed the PO to supplier I ‘warn’ them in advance that we will do inspection.
    You can find plenty of Inspection companies in China. I used 2 companies and service is good: little money well spent.

    U can use any other… but please make inspection before pay balance to supplier.
    This is my suggestions to avoid big troubles later.

  4. Mike on May 11, 2018 at 8:54 pm

    Thanks for contacting my blog. The alert got lost in my spam folder by mistake. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

    I am afraid that my blog may not be the best place to report a bad supplier, but if you wish to expose the actions of the company mentioned below, I’d like to suggest you list them at

    Hope that helps!

  5. Angela on April 19, 2018 at 4:06 am

    Can you put on this list! They advertise clip on veneers but send out press-on teeth that you can buy in the US at Walmart!! I have photos if you would like to see the scam they are running?

  6. Mike on February 3, 2018 at 5:00 am

    afraid my blog is mostly for China business, but if you need help w due diligence in other countries, you can contact as they can arrange corporate due diligence globally for under 1000 USD.

  7. Natasha on February 1, 2018 at 9:49 am

    any comments please about al-jamia enterprises,
    indian suppliers
    or how is it possible to check them?

  8. Mike on September 7, 2017 at 11:08 pm

    Thanks for your comments. Check out as their network can provide the due diligence you mention. Glad to help.

  9. Philip on September 6, 2017 at 2:29 pm

    Want to know the reliability of this company Qingdao Taijiakangmei Trading Co,Ltd for import of a4 size paper

  10. Mike on February 22, 2017 at 12:52 pm

    Can you expand upon your comments? For example, what happened and how much money was involved? If you wish to blacklist a supplier, my blog isn’t the best place, but would be better.

  11. femi on February 15, 2017 at 1:46 am

    HongKong CINGO Technology Co., Ltd.

  12. Mike on July 23, 2014 at 3:58 am

    Thanks for your post. Here is my common response to the emails like yours that come in to our website. Hope it helps you:

    1. list this bad supplier to and expose them the world.
    2. Consider engaging a Chinese lawyer to issue a demand letter.
    3. Be sure to do a supplier audit and product inspection before you make payment on future orders.
    4. Engage a sourcing agent if you want to outsource the sourcing functions.

    Lawyers, sourcing agents and inspection agents can be found at

    Best regards,

  13. Sweden on July 22, 2014 at 9:20 pm

    Please make sure never to order from and the company Joying! This is a highly unprofessional company with products that can’t meet any standards at all! I have ordered more than 2300 headsets from this factory and the product is literally falling apart before the customers even gets them! Only the first couple of days of sales we have already received 35 broken headsets! And this is as I mentioned less than one week! Previous order was even worse with more than 80 defect headsets. I was promised that the products would improve and we also agreed to prolong the production time and the test phase to make sure that the factory have enough time to test each and single pcs properly. Loads of complaints and most of them are about the same thing. The headset falls apart in 2 pcs as soon as they put it around their ears. This is not acceptable and the disrespectful sales manager of Joying comes with STUPID explanations that not even Apple are faultless.

    If you want to avoid headache, bad products, loads of complaints and a counterpart that does not even understand the word quality control then you should make sure to never order from Joying! They have no understanding for the fact that the complaints are having a negative impact on our brand. They think that a solution where they will send a new headset 2-3 weeks later is a fine solution. They don’t understand what customer service is and that a customer can’t wait several weeks to get a new headset.

    You are happy to contact me if you have any questions or if you want image proof of what I am saying. Believe me it is not worth it! Stay away from this joke called Joying or Dongguan Jiuyue Electro-Acoustic Co., Ltd!

  14. admin on May 26, 2014 at 5:53 pm

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  15. m.arul on May 24, 2014 at 10:13 am

    i am arul from india. i wish to purchase of sd card . i am arul dealing sd card purchase of these company jdxtrading but these company is blacklist .how is find reliable supplier pls help

  16. Juan Hernandez on September 26, 2013 at 10:51 am

    Thanks for the information, I think the best way to stop these situations from happening is to expose these companies to fellow buyers.

  17. n.espinasse on September 13, 2011 at 10:38 pm

    thanks for posting. Hope it will be helpful !

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