Oh, about their company being based in Holland, I think it's just a fake location they've chosen to sell to European customers. I bought my frame and wheels separately and both times it took around a week to arrive and the UPS shipment label stated that it arrived from Beijing. However, as far as sorting things out should something goes wrong, one buyer said in his feedback that his frame had a chip and he got a replacement. As you can in my bike's picture, the hubs are red and I specifically told them to send me a set of wheels with black ones. They acknowledged their mistake and sent me a set of the same hubs in black for free.
So now you have to rebuild your wheels?
It's called drop-shipping and it's quite common.
All these one post wonders popping up extolling the virtues of Wiel...
Dodgy firm have been watching them for a while on eBay . Seems people that buy their stuff have only one or two feed back and appear to be new ebayers. I tried to buy a frame of them got it at a good price and then got a email saying out of stock. They have a couple of accounts under different names I have reported them to eBay but they don't give a damm.
Wiel Australia wrote:
i am a dealer for wiel in australia they have not faulted on service or quality once with me any problems are fixed promptly with no questions asked there is a lot of big name companies that wont give you the time of day when issues occur if anyone in australia has issues feel free to contact me and il be happy to help