I don’t know if that is the proper place to publish however I determine somebody right here would have some perception or recommendation.

I run a small retailer reselling womens clothes and niknaks that I spend a whole lot of effort and time sourcing from distributors.

I not too long ago obtained an order from the client/sourcer of one other girls’s model that’s not a direct competitor (they’re fairly enormous and I can’t compete) however, their target market is similar as mine.

The primary motive of concern is that as an alternative of it being charged to a private account, the cost is related to the model’s company in addition to the transport tackle.

Ought to I be involved that they’re shopping for my sourced items as a way to reproduce them of their manufacturing facility?

Or, am I being paranoid?

Thanks prematurely!


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