The wheels are not true which means adjusting the brakes to apply even pressure to the bike rims is impossible. You might need to be satisfied with brakes slightly rubbing all the time so the brakes will have sufficient force to stop. [...]
The stem is too long for the age group. This means your daughter will have to stretch out farther to reach the handlebars and bear more weight with hands and wrists.[...]
The handlebar mount on the stem of the the bike I encountered has a crooked weld. This means the rider has to point the handlebars slightly to one side to move straight.
The rear axle was not straight which means the rear sprockets wobbled. This make smooth shifting impossible across the gear range.
The seat is huge for the age group as well.
The pedal arms are 152 mm which is too long for most girls in this age group. Opinions about pedal arm length vary. [...]
In my opinion, try to save enough money to find a better bike.
Look for any parts that look like they are attached or welded crookedly and ask a knowledgeable salesperson about them.
Some things to check when you look at bike:
Position yourself in front of the the front wheel, lift up the front of the frame and spin the wheel. Look at the space between the brake pad and the wheel rim. This space will change very little for a good wheel (and I would argue a safe wheel).