There are no buyer protection or payment options available on the kisiwani.com. Any emails you receive concerning such systems, even if they contain the kiswani logo, are hoaxes. Please notify us if you receive any emails marketing these services.
Bring a friend and meet in a public spot. If a buyer or seller is coming to your home or place of business, have someone accompany you and ask the buyer or seller to present identification.
Before agreeing to a sale, sellers should always let the buyer to inspect the goods.
Sending money to someone you don't know or trust is a bad idea.
If something appears to be too good to be true, it most likely is. Keep your distance!
Before making a purchase, always look into a company's or an individual's background. To assist you in making a decision, look at our platform's user rating and read comments from previous shoppers.
Do not travel to isolated or unfamiliar locations. Do not give out any personal information, such as your bank account number or a photocopy of your ID.
Don't be afraid to bombard the seller with questions about the item's condition, how long they've owned it, and why they're selling it when you first contact them. The kisiwani messaging function makes it simple to contact a merchant. If possible, request that they display you the item's records.
Say something if you notice something! If you have any questions, please contact us and we will be pleased to assist you. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org