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Return & Refund Policy

The return and refund policy for the shipping industry can vary depending on the specific terms and conditions of each company. However, in general, the policy may include the following:


Returns: Customers may be able to return goods if they are damaged or not as described. The customer may need to provide proof of purchase and contact the shipping company within a certain timeframe.


Refunds: Customers may be eligible for a refund if the goods are not delivered or if the customer cancels the order before delivery. The shipping company may deduct a processing fee or other charges from the refund.


Shipping fees: Shipping fees are generally non-refundable, but some companies may offer a refund of the shipping fee if the company is at fault for the return.


Exchanges: Some companies may allow exchanges for damaged or defective goods. Customers should contact the shipping company for further details.


Restrictions: Some goods may not be eligible for return or refund due to their nature, such as hazardous materials or perishable items.


It is important for customers to read the specific return and refund policy of the shipping company they are using, as each company may have different policies and procedures. Customers should also keep all documentation related to the order, including the shipping receipt and any communication with the shipping company.

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