LightInTheBox.com

LightInTheBox.com

LightInTheBox.com is a Chinese internet shop that is in the list of most reliable shops with free delivery. It was established in June 2007 in Beijing by the LightInTheBox Holding Co. Ltd. That is specialized on international retail. From the 6-th of June 2013 LightInTheBox shares were open for bidding on the New-York stock market. During the first three month LightInTheBox has gained $ 72 million of net proceeds. The shop has over 1,2 million clients all over the world that points out on the shops reputation.

LightInTheBox offers you a great variety of different cheap products: electronic devices, accessories and car details, cell phones and smart phones. But the main product is clothing, shoes and bijouterie. These items are the most popular among LightInTheBox buyers. You can also find a wide variety of house products and even handmade paintings. The paintings value from $ 70, depending on their complexity.

It is quite hard to find negative comments about LightInTheBox on the internet due to the fact that the company pays a big deal of attention to its reputation and tries to satisfy all clients by solving problems in a short period of time. The business model of the shop gives an opportunity to manufacture certain items, including clothes and wedding accessories. You can indicate your sizes while making an order, and sometimes even the color and the textile. For faster delivery LightInTheBox has a network of storages all over the world. This way, firstly, the main storage in China is less loaded and, secondly, the delivery distance is certainly reduced.

Payment and delivery at LightInTheBox

Payment is not going to bring you any difficulties because an order in LightInTheBox can be paid by a great variety of different paying systems, including credit cards, PayPal, Western Union, WebMoney, YandexMoney, QIWI Wallet and others. On the LightInTheBox site you can read about payment by any of these systems. Your package is delivered by international postal services (DHL, EMS, FedEx, HK Post and UPS). Though in most cases the delivery has to be paid it is not expensive. There are certain items that are delivered for free; they are marked with a “free delivery” sign. The final value is calculated automatically when buying.

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Delivery: DHL ExpressHongkong PostEMS – Enhanced Messaging Service