Summary of Default Policies
- Return Window: Sellers must allow for a minimum return window of 30 days.*
- Return Eligibility: Yes; Meaning that “If the conditions outlined by a seller in their returns policy are met, customers can return items” in a variety of ways.*
- Return Labels: Sellers may select either FedEx, UPS, or the new Returns Shipping Service (via FedEx) for the creation of return labels.
- Return Center: Sellers must set at least 1 return center, but multiples can also be set. Sellers also have the ability to customize the destination of individual items, at their discretion.
- Return Shipping Fee: If the return is due a fault on the behalf of the seller, (i.e. damaged items, duplicates, incorrect quantity/item, missing parts, not as described, or otherwise defective items) no return shipping fee may be charged to the customer. If the customer is at fault, (i.e. changed mind) return shipping fees may be applied at the discretion of the seller.
- Restocking Fee: If the return is due to a fault on the behalf of the seller, no restocking fee may be charged. If the customer is at fault, a restocking fee of no more than 20% of the item price may be charged at the discretion of the seller.
- Keep It: No; or at the discretion of the seller. This policy, when implemented, allows the customer to keep the product while still receiving a refund. This policy can be customized by the seller and can cut off at a certain price threshold.
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