* I own a wholesale hair company in Chennai, India and we export hair extensions to customers worldwide. Hence overseas.
Relax!!! Analyse and Find out the right hair supplier
Yes I did plenty of research and this supplier has got some real good stuffs on his website and the pics/contents convince me he is the right person.
Hold On! The pics and contents on his website may be fake/copied from another supplier. I can point out a real life example who has copied the pics, content and every single detail from my website and created even a bank account in my domain name. The bank account was created in a private Indian bank and so they really don't care if the company is legitimate.
So it's your job to identify the real vs copied content. I've written every single word in my website and you can sense the slang in my emails and telephonic conversations as well. Same is not true with the other person who has copy pasted the content. He can't even send an invoice for your order. He can't even understand your queries.
I bought samples and they are the best quality of hair I've ever used. I think I've nailed down my hair vendor! And I've negotiated the best price for my wholesale order as well!!!
Good that you've received great samples. But that may not be the case with the wholesale order. I know companies who mix non-remy/low quality hair in wholesale orders. 5 out of every 10 bundles will be non-remy hair. And this increases with the price you've negotiated.
The point is "If some company reduces the price drastically; don't think good about you/your negotiating skills. The company easily adjusts the discounted price with the respective number of cheap hair bundles"
I am not saying you should never negotiate. It's your right as a customer to negotiate. But you've to really understand the difference and choose someone who speaks the truth. And I know the truth is bitter - you may end up with no/abysmal discounts.