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Lets say that I buy something online. I dont want the product anymore and I return it. I want to use the same box that the product came in. When I go to my local UPS Store, Do they just use the same postage stamp or do I have to pay for a new one to put on top of the old one?

asked Nov 06 '12 at 10:22

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Usually if you want to send it back, some companies give you the shipping label to return it. Find out if they do before you pay for unnecessary shipping.

answered Nov 06 '12 at 11:12

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DJ Scooby Doo


Good point. Didn't think about that.

(Nov 06 '12 at 11:13) David David's gravatar image

It's Amazon.com. They do use return shipping labels. I bought something that came in a shippng envolope with a postage stamp on it. I was wondering if UPS would just use that stamp if I return the product.

(Nov 06 '12 at 15:37) rocketnater rocketnater's gravatar image

Depending on the seller, they might or might not pay the whole shipment back.

(Nov 06 '12 at 20:54) DJ Scooby Doo DJ%20Scooby%20Doo's gravatar image

In most cases, once you have opened the box you have to pay to send it back.

answered Nov 06 '12 at 10:41

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The first step in any online transactions is to get an RMA (Returned Merchandise Authorization) There they will tell you how to ship it back

In the case of amazon you can do this by going into your orders and there will be an option to return it. There depending on the reason of the return you may be charged for shipping back, or you may get free shipping. The price of shipping can be taken off the refund and you will be able to print postage from the computer.

answered Nov 06 '12 at 16:58

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Bo; you cannot reuse a postage tag.

answered Nov 06 '12 at 23:27

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