Complete Trading Process by
Confirm e-Contract online ( Buyer and Supplier )
Buyer places purchase order to supplier
Supplier drafts e-Contract and submit to Buyer
Buyer confirms e-Contract
Make payment ( Deposit & Balance ) from Buyer to Moreplus
Deliver Cargo to the warehouse at departure port for consolidation
Pick up at destination warehouse
Release Payment from Moreplus
Payment & Settlement
The official payment methods that moreplus accepts are listed in the following. If you have any questions about payments, or someone offers other payment information which is not listed here, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for further confirmation. If you want to learn more about how to finish payment step by step, please check my guide as below.
Wire Transfer (also known as bank transfer, T/T)
Wire transfer is the most frequently used method in international trading with the lowest transfer fee ($20 to $40 based on banks for any amount of USD payments).
The following is our wire transfer bank information.
Note: Make sure to choose payment in USD currency
BENEFICIARY Number: 016-478-783703831
BENEFICIARY Name: F S International Limited
BENEFICIARY Address: 9 Floor, Nam Wo Hong Building, No. 148 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Bank Name: DBS Bank(Hong Kong) Ltd
Bank Address: 11/F, The Center, 99 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
1.First Payment: the Buyer pays deposit according to the e-Contract.
2.Balance Payment: the Buyer pays the balance before picking up at distination port.
The Payment &
How to protect Transaction?
Through digital connections with the Customs, the designated Bank and Logistics Company, MOREPLUS builds the trust between Buyers and Suppliers by cross-checking and verifying digital data from various parties and making transactions efficient and safe. Once there is any data discrepancy, MOREPLUS will alert the related parties to make reconfirmation.
How is the shipment operated at the port of departure?
After the payment is made by the Buyer, the the Supplier will deliver the shipment to the designated warehouse in the port of departure, with Barcode attached to each of cartons. Then, the operator of the warehouse implements the the following process:
Scan for receiving
Inspect / count (if
Pick & pack
laden container on-board
How is the shipment picked up at the destination?
For FCL shipment
the Buyer directly picks up the laden
container at the port of destination.
For LCL shipment
the Buyer picks up the shipment at
designated Warehouse at destination.
If the Buyer has not received the shipment, or the Buyer is not satisfied with the shipment, the Buyer can contact the Supplier, or open the dispute in the Buyer Center. Buyers and Suppliers need to settle the dispute through negotiation. If both parties can’t reach an agreement within 30 days after the dispute, the dispute will be submitted to MOREPLUS for determination.