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Should my website let customers know the origin of the goods?


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bigpato

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Hiya,
I have a website selling stone products made in Vietnam, that are shipped from source direct to the customers door. At the moment I let readers know where they are made and show pictures of workers carving the goods. I have been advised to do this so that people can see that they are original goods carved from genuine stone rather than molded copies from a cast (and also so people can see that they are not made by children in a sweatshop) I have also been advised to conceal the fact that they are made in Vietnam so as to let people think that they are made in the UK.
I really dont know whats the best option to take so if anybody has any advice, itd be much appreciated.
Thanks
Mat Paton
http://www.stonelove.co.uk
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I think you are doing the right thing. People who need to hide things look shady and I wouldnt do business with them.

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I think you are doing the right thing. People who need to hide things look shady and I wouldnt do business with them.

ScHwErV :tazz:


I agree.
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