Hangzhou, China, February 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- As the largest international transaction platform, Bridgat.com has been serving the world’s small-and-medium-sized business since 2007. With its headquarters ideally located in Hangzhou, China, Bridgat.com has branch offices around the world. Bridgat’s ultimate omission is to build a bridge between manufacturers and buyers all over the world. On its website, www.bridgat.com, various sellers are offering quality products to the global buying community who benefits from wholesale discounting pricing. This morning, the general manager of Bridgat, Andy Zheng announced that they had improved Bridgat’s payment method and enhanced its payment security.
“Payment security is the core issue of electronic commerce,” said Andy Zheng. “We fully understand that what buyers worried most about when shopping online is the security. From now on, Bridgat will adopt the escrow system which can minimize buyers’ risk. The money is paid to Bridgat first and will not be delivered to the seller until the buyer receives the products and gives us a feedback. If you find that the seller sends you a wrong or defective item, you can complain and get your money back,” continued Andy Zheng.
Bridgat is a newly-founded company. But it has achieved a great success in a few years, which cannot be separated from the whole Bridgat team’s great efforts. Andy added at last, “We grow up from a small company with less than ten employees to the present big family and we will continue to develop more new features.”
Bridgat, founded in 2007, is a leading marketplace for worldwide customers to shop online. It aims at bringing small and medium-sized suppliers together and connecting them online with end-consumers. To achieve this goal, Bridgat provides multi-language service and offers customers nearly everything they would ever need to buy with quality guarantee and integrity protection. www.bridgat.com