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Q: how can i buy in taobao over the net?

6 years 45 weeks ago in  Shopping - Shanghai

 
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I am building a service to help foreigners buy stuff over Taobao with no headaches and no need to ask family/friends constantly, wait a few months and it will be ready. 

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The easiest is to have a Chinese friend help. 

If you don't have one, try searching for "Taobao how to guide". You'll get something like http://www.howtousetaobao.com/ 

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I am building a service to help foreigners buy stuff over Taobao with no headaches and no need to ask family/friends constantly, wait a few months and it will be ready. 

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Buying on Taobao is easy, you can even buy a number of products without a credit card by paying cash to the kuaidi guy when you receive it. But yeah it can seem complicated at first.

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what do you want to buy? You could apply an account and then buy it through your alipay account. 

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Taobao isn't rocket science. If you have half a brain it is not difficult.

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it s very simple ,first look at the website have english version,so it s more conveninet for you,registeted a user name,let user name associated with your bank card,

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Register, fill your info, especially delivery address, link a bank card ...

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