An alibaba seller has warned Alibaba of a scam that would be a serious blow to the e-commerce giant’s online commerce business.
The seller, who declined to be identified, wrote in a post on Alibaba’s online marketplace for sellers and sellers’ advocates that Alibaba was in a state of “panic” following a report that several Alibaba sellers were offering fraudulent credit cards.
The sellers, who are in China but whose identities are not being released, said that a fraudulent credit card was being used to buy goods and services from Alibaba’s e-businesses.
Alibaba did not respond to questions about the sellers’ claims.
In the past few weeks, the sellers have also reported being contacted by people who claimed to be Alibaba sellers.
In a message posted on the Alibaba seller forum, the seller described the scam as “a scam and fraud that has the potential to destroy Alibaba’s commerce.”
Alibaba said in a statement that the sellers had “not engaged in any illegal activity.”
Alibaba declined to comment on the sellers claims.
The scam could also harm Alibaba’s long-term future as it seeks to expand its commerce business into the United States.
The Alibaba online marketplace has been a major success for the company and is now one of the world’s largest.
Alibaba is also planning to launch a new digital payment platform for merchants.
Alibaba will also launch an online store for businesses and products, called Alibaba Store, later this year.
But the Alibaba sale appears to be a blow to Alibaba’s business and its ability to expand overseas, particularly into the Middle East and Africa.
In November, Alibaba was hit with a lawsuit by the European Union, which accused the ecommerce giant of selling goods to a Chinese company, a move that could undermine Alibaba’s international business.
Alibaba denies that it sold goods to China, which is where it is based.
The European Union is also seeking a court order that prevents Alibaba from continuing to sell goods in the EU.
Alibaba is the second largest e-tailer in the world.
It has more than 10,000 sellers in more than 120 countries.
The company reported a net loss of $1.5 billion for the second quarter of this year, which was nearly double the loss of the previous year.
The Alibaba sellers’ claim comes just as Alibaba is looking to expand in the Middle States.
Earlier this year Alibaba started shipping products in the United State, bringing the company’s international sales to more than $1 billion for a third consecutive year.
Last week, Alibaba announced a partnership with Amazon to sell Amazon.com gift cards in the U.S. The partnership comes as Alibaba faces a legal battle with the federal government over a plan to build a new online shopping center in the city of Mountain View, Calif.
The e-tailing business is expected to grow to $3 billion by 2021 from $2.8 billion this year according to market research firm Gartner.
Albumin and others have also criticized Alibaba for using a $20 billion fund to purchase an additional $60 billion in stock in its Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd.
in a move to keep the company in the news.
In October, the U,S.
Department of Justice announced that it would take over the oversight of the Alibaba Group, which has since been bought by the Chinese conglomerate Tencent Holdings Ltd., according to The Wall Street Journal.