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Komparatif dropshipping dengan jual beli salam paralel

Norfairuz, Nurjanah (2018): Komparatif dropshipping dengan jual beli salam paralel.

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There is a slight difference between dropship and buying and selling greetings. Dropship does not accommodate items sold. Thus, it creates unclear legal status of dropshipping in the realm of shari'a economic law. So to avoid doubts in transactions in dropshipping then there must be a clear law in shari'ah, so that business can freely in transactions. The objectives of this research are: first to know the concept of dropshipping in the business world, secondly to know the concept of bai 'as-salam in business world, and third to know whether the dropshipping transaction is in line with bai' as-salam concept. Based on the results of research, dropshipping transactions is an online sale by way of order but the seller does not menyetok goods, while bai 'as-salam is a sale and purchase orders are legalized by Islam. Then dropshipping can be said not in line with the concept bai 'as-salam. Due to the non-fulfillment of the terms of the seller bai 'as-salam by dropship (online store), ie where the dropship never holds goods so that it has no power over the goods to sell, and acts dishonestly over the shipping label of goods as if the dropship is the owner and the real shippers. So the dropship has made the sale of goods that are not owned which is not allowed in sharia economic law.

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