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Ozgur Eker (CDCS)

Hello. My name is Ozgur Eker. Since 2009, I am a professional and independent letter of credit consultant from Izmir, Turkey. I have a bachelor's degree in business administration and master's degree in international trade and finance; awarded with CDCS (Certified Documentary Credit Specialist) two times between (2010-2013) and (2013-2016).
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Short Shipment Discrepancy

Partial shipment can be defined as shipping the goods not whole at once, but in smaller consignment(s). Partial Shipment Examples: Let us assume that letter...
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Commercial Invoice Not Issued by the Beneficiary Discrepancy

A commercial invoice is a trade document, which is generally prepared during the shipment stage. A commercial invoice is a required document for the export...
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Commercial Invoice Shows Merchandise Not Called For Discrepancy

A commercial invoice should not indicate goods, services or performance not called for in the credit. As per letter of credit rules and international standard...
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Proforma Invoice Presented Instead of a Commercial Invoice Discrepancy

A proforma invoice is a commercial document, usually prepared during the negotiation stage of the order. A proforma invoice is a quote in an invoice...
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Description of Goods Discrepancy

According to the letter of credit rules and international standard banking practices, the description of the goods, services or performance shown on the commercial...
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Incoterms Discrepancy

The Incoterms are a standard set of trade terms used worldwide mostly in international trade. It is also possible to use them in domestic contracts of sale. The...
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Bill of Lading Discrepancies

On this post, you can find most common bill of lading discrepancy examples. Discrepancy can be defined as an error or defect, according to the...
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Intended Vessel Discrepancy

There are two main types of bills of lading available on the market, in terms of shipment notations: “Received for shipment...” bill of lading...
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Costs Additional to Freight Discrepancy

Letter of credit rules allow transport documents to show costs additional to freight. However, some banks especially in certain countries, prohibit costs additional to freight...
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Carrier Not Identified and Bill of Lading Not Signed As Per UCP 600 Discrepancy

Bill of lading is a very important transport document, because it is suppose to evidence of contract of carriage, a receipt of goods by...
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