WHAT IS A SUPPLIER VERIFICATION?
A Supplier Verification is a basic verification service that checks whether your supplier actually exists and the condition in which they exist. The service is conducted prior to placing an order.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF AN SUPPLIER VERIFICATION?
Supplier Verifications are often one of the last steps in the sourcing process. It usually takes place during the screening of a group of potential suppliers. The purpose of a Supplier Verification is:
- To verify the supplier's existence
- To ensure the supplier meets the legal requirements to operate a business
- To check whether the supplier has a valid export license
- To get the company profile
- To get a an overview of their registered capital
We check government databases as well as other resources to ensure the supplier is legitimate and is what they say. For example, the report will tell you whether a supplier is a trader or manufacturer (an important issue as most suppliers on B2B Platforms claim to be manufacturers when in fact many of them are traders).
Inspection Birds's standard Supplier Verification is divided into six parts, in which the last part is optional:
- Official Registration Details
- Company Name
- Operation Status
- Business Scope
- Registration Number
- Registered Address
- Registered Capital
- Date of Establishment
- Contact Phone & Mail
- Judicial Risk
- Law Enforcement Cases
- Administrative Penalties
- Abnormal Business Operations
- Web Reputation
- Customs Data
- Certification and Accreditation
WHAT IS UNIQUE WITH OUR SERVICE?
- Report supplied after our investigation
- Fixed price - All inclusive
- Everything online
- Personal consultant
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- We speak English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Norwegian