Goodbye, WeChat Sellers! Goodbye, Daigou People!
Which One Do You Prefer?
WeChat Daigou or a WeChat Seller?
Well, we received some breaking news and is eager to share it with you. ↓
The e-commerce law of the People’s Republic of China will be officially implemented on January 1st next year!
What will be the implications of this new law?
In the future.
WeChat Daigou and sellers will be subject to strict supervision, with violations punished with a fine of up to RMB 2 million!
This isn’t a joke!
So which one are you?
A Daigou, or a seller?
Why do I suddenly feel like I’m an “entrepreneur”?
But don’t just think you’re a little WeChat businessman and that it’s ok to advertise on your Moments.
From now on, you have an extra “professional” reputation and responsibilities.
For example, Daigou on e-commerce platforms such as Taobao and JD, WeChat business on WeChat Moments, and bloggers selling things on live broadcasting platforms are all e-commerce operators.
The e-commerce law also stipulates that infant formula that does not have a Chinese label, that is not produced by a factory certified by the national accreditation administration of China, and that is not licensed for formula registration cannot be sold on online platforms.
Previously, there was no business registration required for a daigou online store on Taobao, and the “WeChat business” of the moment was even more of a zero threshold.
But now, you must register to deal with business licenses lawfully!
Otherwise, you will face a fine of up to RMB 10,000!
In the past, you could work as a daigou at Taobao while also operating your WeChat business. All the money you made was your own.
In the future, however, you will need to pay taxes according to the law, tax evasion if there may be the criminal liability!
The introduction of this e-commerce law does not mean that it severely cracks down on the e-commerce platforms, but instead it brings a better consumption environment and experience to our consumers.,.!
After the implementation of this new e-commerce law, it will be much harder to sell counterfeit and low-quality products online.
If there is a problem with the seller’s products on the platform, such as fake milk powder, fake red wine, fake cosmetics, etc., then the platform should also bear the responsibility.
In this way, it will be more reliable and more secure to buy things on those large-scale e-commerce platforms.
Electronic business operators shall not conduct false or misleading commercial publicity in the form of fictitious transactions or fabricated user comments, etc., to deceive and mislead consumers.
The e-commerce law stipulates that if an e-commerce operator collects deposits from consumers in accordance with the agreement, it shall state clearly the method and procedure for returning the deposits, and shall not set unreasonable conditions for returning the deposits.
If a consumer applies for a refund of the deposit and the conditions for the refund of the deposit are met, the e-commerce operator shall return the deposit in a timely manner.
Overall, the new rules could have a big impact on the friends who sell WeChat business.
But for us consumers, more security, more security.
How do you feel about this new law?
What do you think of those who sell products on WeChat Moments and sell daigou things every day?
Let us know in the comment section below!