Who We Are
We are a Chinese company credit checking agency based in Suzhou, China.
Our team leaders are experienced veterans from law firms, international trading companies, and translation service companies.
Our due diligence checks are supported by Beijing Zone & Tone Law Firm run by our founder’s family.
Meet Our Team
Chief Executive Officer
9 years of experience in Suzhou Hengxiang Import & Export Co., Ltd.
5 years of experience in Patent Examination Cooperation Center of CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration)
8 years of experience in Shanghai SISU Translation Service Co., Ltd.
Chief Operating Officer
11 years of experience in Beijing Zone & Tone Law Firm
Chief Marketing Officer
Chief Technical Officer
Customer Service Manager
Why We Started This Business
In our past jobs, we found many problems concerning Chinese companies in international trade.
They may pretend to be other companies, use fake certificates, exaggerate their size and capability, close down during business with you, change their name after being exposed as a scammer, etc.
China hasn’t established a solid social credit system, and many dishonest businessmen still lead a normal life. Loopholes still abound in Chinese laws to this day. That’s why China is planning to “build the rule of law (2020 – 2025)”.
One has to go over more than 100 government databases to gather all information necessary for a full-scope China company background check.
Most professional law firms charge more than 15, 000 US Dollars for one single due diligence check. Many credit checking agencies in the world charge around 600 dollars for one credit report of a Chinese company.
How We Can Help You
You can go to China’s National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System to check a company’s basic registration information for free. Here is a guide on how to use this system.
So Why Choose Us If You Can Do It Yourself For Free
Our verification/credit reports aggregate data from more than 100 Chinese government websites including the State Administration for Industry and Commerce of the People’s Republic of China (SAIC), the National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System (NECIPS), China Judgements Online (CJO), National Intellectual Property Administration, PRC (NIPA), China Executive Information Disclosure Network, Databases of Municipal, Provincial and National Courts, and information captured from our own increasingly-extensive database of Chinese companies.
Before compiling a credit report, we go through all these websites and databases to help you find every detail of a Chinese company. Supported by the experienced law firm run by our founder’s family, our credit inspectors are professionally trained to collect and edit all information for China company due diligence in a quick and precise manner.
Also, equipped with special APIs, some of the necessary information can be collected automatically, thus further reducing the time needed. In this case, we can deliver an exhaustive China company credit report (which contains 13 chapters, 76 specific aspects of a Chinese company) in as short as 1 working day.
Sometimes, as non-Chinese speakers, international buyers just cannot see the obvious lies or exaggerations on websites of Chinese companies, such as factory pictures, certificates or logos of other companies. The same thing can happen to invoices or receipts of Chinese companies where they blatantly use fake stamps or fake Chinese names.
These can be easily found by us from Chinese characters on these images, especially when we are armed with the biggest and ever-growing database of Chinese companies. An extra look by us may help you avoid frauds more easily.
Anyone ordering a concise credit report or a more expensive report can get this free notifying service. Only ongoing monitoring of a Chinese company’s credit profile can ensure you remain informed of the risks, especially when you are going to work with a China company for several months or even years. We have seen clients whose Chinese supplier got its company revoked by authorities during business with them.
We keep updating our database of Chinese companies every day, so we can send you email alerts about any change to your supplier in one working day. When your Chinese supplier is involved in new legal cases, get penalized by authorities, get its properties frozen, or officially listed as a dishonest person, you should start to consider the influences on the partnership between you two.
Sometimes, international buyers just don’t know enough about China. By this, we don’t just mean China policies. You may not know when your supplier is going on a holiday.
If you are coming to China, you may need advice on where to find proper food or lodging. You may want to know if it is safe to walk around on Chinese streets in the middle of the night. These may seem trivial details, but any one of them can cause you trouble or frustration.
You can ask us anything about China no matter you order our credit reports or not, and we will try our best to help you in every waking hour.
Become our client, and one of us will be ready to become your lifetime friend in China. Don’t mind if it is the middle of the night. We will answer your questions about China in every waking hour. Try asking us about the favorite kind of meat in China. 😊