What are return labels for?


Quick Answer

Customers use return labels to return any purchased goods to the seller, according to Stamps.com. Return shipping labels already have the seller’s address printed, so the customer does not need to pay the postage as the seller pre-pays it.

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What are return labels for?
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The seller prints the return address on return shipping labels himself. This eliminates any mistakes in the postal address and ensures that the returned product reaches the seller on time. The seller can then process the refund quickly.

Return shipping labels are convenient for the customer as he does not have to pay any postage fees. The use of return shipping labels creates positive customer experiences.

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