Study on the Mode of “Seven in One”Regulating Cash-on-delivery of Logistics Enterprises
（1.Heilongjiang University，Harbin150000，China；2.Linyi University，Linyi276000，China）
Abstract：In recent years，many cases occur in which some logistics enterprises run away with the goods and cash- ondelivery. But the sellers are difficult to get cash-on-delivery back for relief. How to regulate the cash-on-delivery by logistics enterprises is a big problem for logistics industry. From the legal perspective，logistics enterprises and logistics enterprises collecting payment means that logistics makes a paid contract with the seller. By investigating the logistics parks and enterprises in the Linyi，Shandong Province called the Capital of Trade Logistics，there are three solutions for cash- on- delivery provided by some so-called experts，which includes prohibiting cash-on-delivery，forcing the logistics enterprises to pay high bail and fining the logistics enterprises for cash-on-delivery，which has been identified no use and breaks the law. The seven parties“seven in one”，which means the management departments，logistics industry associations，the justice department，the sellers，the buyers， logistics enterprises and financial institutions，cooperate with each other to set up the logistics transaction platform for the dealing concerning of items，when the condition is achieved. At present the feasible way for the bank is to carry out cooperation with the sellers，the buyer and logistics enterprises by signing a financial service contract.
Key words：logistics enterprises；cash-on-delivery；seven in one；logistics transaction platform