Human Reviews

The manual review mechanism plays a crucial role in cross-border trade, ensuring the compliance, security, and accuracy of transactions. Here are the key aspects of the manual review mechanism in cross-border trade:

  1. Transaction Compliance Review:
    • Manual reviewers carefully examine whether transactions comply with local laws and regulations, international trade rules, and company policies.
    • This includes verifying key information such as the identity of the transaction parties, the type, quantity, value, and purpose of the traded goods.
  2. Risk Assessment:
    • The manual review mechanism involves assessing the risks of transactions to identify potential fraud, money laundering, and other risks.
    • Reviewers consider factors such as the transaction parties’ historical records, transaction frequency, payment methods, and others to evaluate the reliability of the transaction.
  3. Data Verification:
    • In cross-border trade, the accuracy and completeness of data are crucial for ensuring smooth transactions.
    • Manual reviewers thoroughly check transaction data, including order information, logistics details, payment information, and more, to ensure their authenticity and accuracy.
  4. Goods Inspection:
    • For cross-border trades involving physical goods, the manual review mechanism often includes the inspection of goods.
    • Reviewers examine the quantity, quality, specifications, and other attributes of the goods to ensure they match the order information and comply with relevant standards and requirements.
  5. Handling of Abnormalities:
    • During the review process, if any abnormalities are detected, such as discrepancies in transaction information, potential risks, or issues with goods, manual reviewers will immediately take action.
    • They may contact the transaction parties for additional information or clarification and take necessary measures to resolve the issues.
  6. Record-keeping and Reporting:
    • The manual review mechanism also involves detailed record-keeping and reporting of the review process and results.
    • Reviewers document the issues found during the review, the measures taken, and the outcomes, and report them to superiors or relevant departments for further follow-up and improvement.

By implementing these manual review mechanisms, parties involved in cross-border trade can conduct transactions with greater confidence, ensuring compliance, security, and accuracy, thus promoting the smooth conduct of trade.