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Q: Online shopping using cash?

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Which online shopping platform do you use when you want to pay with cash at the door upon delivery?

 

I heard that there were some that made this possible. Please help!

 

 

5 years 1 week ago in  Shopping - Beijing

 
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Jing Dong      JD.COM

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You can use amazon.cn 

It is useful because you can switch the language to English as well. 

The catch is that it does not have such a wide product variety as sites like taobao, and you can only have the Cash on Delivery service for certain goods. 

Nevertheless, I have purchased a few items off there and I am satisfied with them.  

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Yup, I've done this with both JD.com and Amazon. There is also some Chnese book site, I've forgottne their URL. 

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I always use cash on delivery whenever I can on Taobao. The main advantage is that you can open the package and check the product before giving the cash to the kuaidi guy, and if it's not what you wanted you can simply refuse the package, unlike the online payment where you must accept the package then go through the hassle with the seller and the website in order to return it.

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