In these unprecedented times, Covid-19 virus has forced us to reassess all aspects or our personal and professional lives.
Halliday finch, has turned its investigation skills to China as more and more reports of fraud and sub-standard sales hit the headlines.
This is the perfect storm for criminals; panic buying, bargain hunting and less verification of what is being purchased.
There are literally hundreds of reported cases of:
NB Do not be lured in by price or easy payment terms. These deals will fit into one of the above categories.
Some facts, the authorised factory’s in China only accept 100% payment in advance; for a Sovereign State client they may relax this.
They dictate pricing and this changes almost daily, depending on the access to raw materials. Meaning they may NOT give you a deal for a quantity order, because they simply don’t need to. Unless they are an illicit factory and need to move stock.
Whilst China is a major source of counterfeited products, their legitimate private and State owned factory’s produce high-quality, globally-certified, trusted-brand products, we have done our home work and identified these factories for you. In that context, Halliday Finch introduces the Halliday Finch Authentication Certificate offering Tiers of assurance (HFACT).
If you have already placed an order IN CHINA and you are concerned in any way, we will carry out a free basic check as to its authenticity. We just need the specs of the products ordered, the factory or sellers details, purchase cost and quantity ordered.
If you have not placed and order but wish to do so request the order/price list contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Halliday Finch PPE order will be certified to HFACT1, namely:
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Some time ago the FDA loosened its restrictions on some PPE, but to import certain types of masks both the masks and the Chinese company must meet NIOSHA requirements. About 9 out of 10 of the certifications were been faked.