Print and Mail Return Label
When returning an item, you can print a return label or receipt. You can also view the pickup information. In many scenarios, this option is better for a simple replacement or product recalls. However, you should carefully review the pickup instructions. In addition, you may not want to choose this option if you’re shipping a large item. Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide how you want to use this option.
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Prepaid shipping labels
Prepaid shipping labels for returns can be used for a variety of purposes. They are a convenient way for customers to send back items without having to pay for labels that are not used. This saves time, money, and heartache. The labels are easy to use because they use codes for the carriers. Once a customer uses a label, they will be charged when the package is received at the return address.
You can print return shipping labels from standard 8.5×11 paper. Using a thermal label printer, you can print the return shipping label. These labels will not expire like the labels from FedEx, UPS, or USPS. You can choose to print the return shipping label for a specific number of items. Once you have printed the return shipping label, simply cut it out and attach it to your package. Then, you are ready to mail your returns!
Pre-addressed shipping labels
A pre-addressed shipping label for a return is an important part of a successful customer experience. The label, which includes a shipping barcode and the customer’s address, allows the customer to return the item easily and quickly. They can be generated automatically or after the customer requests them. Pre-addressed labels can be mailed to the customer or sent by email. Pre-addressed shipping labels are pre-paid, meaning the customer does not have to pay for them. When you ship an item back to a customer, the customer is left with a positive impression of your brand and the product.
To create a return label, click the Create label option to the right of the Wonderful Customer’s name. Enter the product’s dimensions, weight, sender address, and date of shipment. You’ll then be given an option to select the “Print & Mail” option and print the label. If the customer is unhappy with the label, they can also print the label themselves by simply marking the return shipping address box. This new address becomes the default for future return labels.