Quoting from [sam dik]:
Thank you very much for your answer.I want to ask you something else if you know... We have agree about T.T. payment with our supplier but he has already start the production but he didnt ask to us money, so we have to pay all the money when he send us the papers?Thank you again!
Actually you will be required to pay before the supplier ships. It called payment against a copy of the Bill of Lading. The document needed for you to take ownership of the goods at the port of import.
Dear I want to share some personal experience with you.Firstly if you are dealing with any wrong supplier ,you may be cheated by the any methods of payments.There are many ways,suppose if the supplier ask for 30% advance and 70% on bl copy,then he he may either sit with your 30% advance or he may give you false bl which could also be traced and you will send the balance ,in this cases better you ask the supplier for the container number and trace it,if you get the position of container then the supplier is genuine.Suppose if the supplier agrees on 100% lc at sight then he may load any scrap and give you the bl copy ,containor number and this time if you trace the container then also its of no use because the container may contain scrap ,this would be of no value to you.The most safest go to the supplier site have inspection there and ask your supplier to arrange the loading of goods in front of you tjis will cost you one time but your money will bw safe.