In this section:
Types of return claims
Return Lost in Transit
If you notice that your return has had 7 calendar days of inactivity in the same status, Deliverr will treat this return as lost in transit. For returns, however, we must have an initial scan from the carrier indicating receipt to prove that the end-customer has shipped the return.
In line with our Order Claims Policy, returns in the status will result in reimbursement of the wholesale value of the items lost and the label fee.
Return Delivered but Lost
In line with our Order Claims Policy, we will only reimburse the label fee in these instances.
If the tracking information shows that the package was delivered, but you are unable to locate their package within 48 hours of the "delivered" timestamp, we suggest checking the following:
- Verify the shipping address provided
- Look around the delivery location for your package (e.g. left outside a nearby apartment)
- Check your mailbox or mail storage room
- Ask if someone else in your household accepted the package on your behalf
If you are still unable to locate their package 48 hours after the Delivered timestamp, a claim for your return will be eligible. If you have reason to believe that the package didn't get delivered to the correct address as listed in Seller Portal (e.g., wrong picture, incorrect carrier description), please contact our support team.
Create a claim
To submit a claim for a return, you must do so by contacting our support team. Please note that future iterations of our Returns program will include a way to submit claims directly in the Seller Portal.
Claims will not be accepted for the below instances:
- Returns that include restricted products
- Return claims where the order already has claim filed for damages
- Return claims where the order already has claim filed for delivered but lost
- Return claims where the return is damaged in transit as noted by the carrier
- Return claims where the return is damaged upon receipt
- Return claims for DSKUs not involved in the original order