Return/Refund Policy Agreement

A Return and Refund Policy is an agreement that informs customers about your return and refund procedures. It generally contains things like how many days they have to return a goods, and how much they have to pay for it. How will they get their money back? (Credit or replacement), If you provide refunds for digital items or in-app purchases, Who is responsible and payable for return shipping, etc.
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A clear refund policy may quickly improve the appearance and professionalism of your business, encouraging people to buy with you.

According to a TrueShip research, more than 60% of customers read the Return/Refund Policy before making a purchase.

The following are some of the points that should be addressed in a return and refund policy:
  • Indicate if a firm accepts returns, exchanges, or refunds.
  • Customers have a certain number of days to return or exchange a goods.
  • Any goods that may be excluded from returns should be listed.
  • Outline any additional conditions that the client must satisfy in order to be eligible for a refund.
  • Prorated or partial refunds are frequently mentioned by SaaS businesses.
  • It's a good practice to provide some information regarding shipping expenses in the case of a return for physical items.

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Return/Refund Policy Agreement

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Frequently Asked Questions

While there is no legal requirement for businesses to have a Return Policy, you may need one if you want to enforce your return and refund policies. However, in case of websites that deal with goods or products, they are required to have a return policy in case any facilitation for return of goods is made available.
First and foremost, you will have complete control over your return policies. Some regulations require you to give a minimum period for accepting all returns if you don't establish a Return Policy.
Second, you will gain the trust of potential consumers, which will result in increased sales. Customers are significantly more likely to do business with firms who have a return policy and publish it on their website.
Any Return Policy, along with your other essential legal agreements and policies, should be displayed as a link in the footer of your website. Such as Terms of Use, Privacy Policy etc.
Your Return Policy or Refund Policy should include at least the following sections:
  • The numbers of days a customer can notify you for wanting to return an item after they received it.
  • What kind of refund you will give to the customer after the item is returned: another similar product, a store credit, etc.
  • A refund is generally understood to be money-back to the customer. A return is generally understood to take place when a buyer sends the item back to the seller; that is when a refund might take place. Hence, both return and refund policy are different.