[00:08.07]How are we going to arrange the payment?
[00:34.24]We only accept payment by confirmed irrevocable letter of credit.
[00:39.27]Opening a UC will add to the cost of our imports.
[00:40.52]Payment by L/C is quite usual in international trade.
[00:45.17]I Payment by L/C is our usual practice.
[00:48.30]L/C at sight is what we request for all our clients.
[00:59.09]We insist on Payment in Advance; we can't accept Payment after Arrival of Goods.
[01:05.14]We insist on Cash with Order; we can't accept Open Account.
[01:07.26]We accept neither Payment by Installments nor Deferred Payment.
[01:12.01]Is Payment by Remittance acceptable?
[01:13.29]Do you accept M/T， T/T or D/D?
[01:14.44]Do you accept Sight Draft or Time Bill?
[01:16.19]Do you accept Payment by Collection?
[01:19.37]Could you make an exception in our case and accept D/P or D/A?
[01:21.47]I'm glad that we've settled the price. Now what about the terms of payment?
[02:16.03]We only accept payment by confirmed letter of a edit.
[02:19.45]What about D/A?
[02:23.20]Sorry. Payment by L/C is our usual practice with all customers. As a matter of fact, L/C protects the seller as well as the buyer.
[02:34.33]Then is D/P acceptable to you?
[02:38.21]I'm aid we must insist on our usual form.
[02:42.48]In opening a letter of credit with a bank I have to pay a deposit. That will tie up my funds.
[02:50.02]You might consult with your bank and see if it can reduce the required deposit to a minimum.
[02:56.46]Still there will be certain bank charges. To meet each other halfway, what do you say t0 50% by L/C and the balance by D/P?
[03:07.19]I'm awfully sorry. but I'm afraid I cannot promise even that. We do require payment by L/C.