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If you pay via PayPal, then until the end of the year you can claim back the cost of up to four returns, for up to £15 of postage each time. To be able to reclaim, you need to log in to PayPal and … Read More
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If you pay via PayPal, then until the end of the year you can claim back the cost of up to four returns, for up to £15 of postage each time.

To be able to reclaim, you need to log in to PayPal and activate the 'Return Shipping on Us' offer (it's free and activation's immediate). After that, you can claim for items you buy via PayPal and return by 31 Dec 2016. PayPal says you can reclaim for overseas returns as well.

Source - Moneysavingexpert
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How to reclaim postage

Only one refund is allowed per PayPal transaction ID - so if you bought several items in one go, you can only reclaim once. (Remember, in order to be able to reclaim you'll need to have activated the offer before making the purchase.)

Step 1 - Post your item back. You'll have to pay for this yourself and keep the receipt. In order to claim you must send back the item within the seller's stated return period (this varies by retailer) - and you CAN'T claim if the postage is already being paid for by the retailer.

Step 2 - Submit your claim. You have to file a 'refund request' to PayPal within 14 days of posting your item, and send proof you paid via PayPal (such as an email or screenshot) and your postage receipt.

Step 3 - Receive the refund. You'll get an approval or rejection email within five working days of claiming - any refund is paid into your PayPal account. Email [email protected] if there are any problems.

Edited By: vassy4u on Dec 06, 2016 23:38
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Don't encourage people. If you sell on eBay you get people returning things at the drop of a hat already.
10 Likes
Cheers vassy on my way...

http://www.gifbin.com/bin/102011/1319650684_monkey_riding_a_bike.gif

and back...

http://www.gifbin.com/bin/102011/reverse-1319650684_monkey_riding_a_bike.gif

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Thanks vassy, top deal :)

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11 Likes #1
How to reclaim postage

Only one refund is allowed per PayPal transaction ID - so if you bought several items in one go, you can only reclaim once. (Remember, in order to be able to reclaim you'll need to have activated the offer before making the purchase.)

Step 1 - Post your item back. You'll have to pay for this yourself and keep the receipt. In order to claim you must send back the item within the seller's stated return period (this varies by retailer) - and you CAN'T claim if the postage is already being paid for by the retailer.

Step 2 - Submit your claim. You have to file a 'refund request' to PayPal within 14 days of posting your item, and send proof you paid via PayPal (such as an email or screenshot) and your postage receipt.

Step 3 - Receive the refund. You'll get an approval or rejection email within five working days of claiming - any refund is paid into your PayPal account. Email [email protected] if there are any problems.

Edited By: vassy4u on Dec 06, 2016 23:38
2 Likes #2
It says already activated
1 Like #3
2 Likes #4
Thanks for the detailed information. Will be good for many people during this festive period. Heat added.
5 Likes #5
Thanks vassy, top deal :)
2 Likes #6
Baz417
Thanks for the detailed information. Will be good for many people during this festive period. Heat added.
True Baz :)
1 Like #7
summerof76
Thanks vassy, top deal :)
Thanks Summer :)
3 Likes #8
Nice one Vas 8)
1 Like #9
Frank30uk
Nice one Vas 8)
Cheers Frank
banned#10
Good one, but it should have been posted in the Freebies section
1 Like #11
wolfraider
Good one, but it should have been posted in the Freebies section
Well previous posts on this has been on deals section..
1 Like #12
Thanks OP. Heat added.
2 Likes #13
so that's sports direct. dominos pizza... owt else..?
#14
HantsShopper
Thanks OP. Heat added.
Thanks Hants
1 Like #15
Result. I've got something to return that's gonna cost upwards of £50, so this should take the sting out of the tail. Hot.
#16
thanks very much :D
#17
Can't find it, logged on with my phone website and app?...

There's always one :|
3 Likes #18
mxer450
Can't find it, logged on with my phone website and app?...

There's always one :|


here's the form you need to fill in if that's what your looking for. https://www.paypal-returns.com/hc/en-gb/requests/new
#20
takem from MSE
1 Like #21
rodman
takem from MSE
Yupp. Source mentioned
2 Likes #22
feckineejit
Thanks for explaining f'in eejit (luv the name) lol
1 Like #23
thanks, hopefully wont be needed but handy to know I've got it if i did.
#24
vassy4u
Hi there, it says I've already activated too maybe I clicked on this before but cannot recall. There is no way in paypal to say a date when you activated do you know?

Edited By: cryptons on Dec 07, 2016 01:09
#25
cryptons
vassy4u
Hi there, it says I've already activated too maybe I clicked on this before but cannot recall. There is no way in paypal to say a date when you activated do you know?
Not sure about it but a call to cs would help.. If in doubt
#26
cryptons
vassy4u
Hi there, it says I've already activated too maybe I clicked on this before but cannot recall. There is no way in paypal to say a date when you activated do you know?

Why does it matter? I've previously activated too and wasn't concerned but maybe I should be?
#27
knack
cryptons
vassy4u
Hi there, it says I've already activated too maybe I clicked on this before but cannot recall. There is no way in paypal to say a date when you activated do you know?
Why does it matter? I've previously activated too and wasn't concerned but maybe I should be?
Trying to activate it again will say if previously been activated or not
#28
I meant if I've applied would I be eligible? Cause I ain't sure if I have previously applied.
#29
vassy4u
knack
cryptons
vassy4u
Hi there, it says I've already activated too maybe I clicked on this before but cannot recall. There is no way in paypal to say a date when you activated do you know?
Why does it matter? I've previously activated too and wasn't concerned but maybe I should be?
Trying to activate it again will say if previously been activated or not

Yes but I'm wondering what the concern is if it already is activated.
2 Likes #30
cryptons
I meant if I've applied would I be eligible? Cause I ain't sure if I have previously applied.

This promo has been running since April so maybe you activated it then? As long as you haven't made any returns and claimed since April then you'll be eligible.
11 Likes #31
Don't encourage people. If you sell on eBay you get people returning things at the drop of a hat already.
2 Likes #32
Be careful with this, check the terms and conditions, if the return is in regards to a damaged item being received they will not cover it, had a returns fee claim denied because of it,

Check the terms and condition, this was despite paypal reps telling me to apply, knowing my return was because of a damaged item.

Luckily paypal reimbursed me out of there own pocket

Terms
https://www.paypal.com/uk/webapps/mpp/refunded-returns/general-conditions
#33
ando
Be careful with this, check the terms and conditions, if the return is in regards to a damaged item being received they will not cover it, had a returns fee claim denied because of it,
Check the terms and condition, this was despite paypal reps telling me to apply, knowing my return was because of a damaged item.
Luckily paypal reimbursed me out of there own pocket

Would they cover the return if it was faulty then?
Termshttps://www.paypal.com/uk/webapps/mpp/refunded-returns/general-conditions
#34
ando
Be careful with this, check the terms and conditions, if the return is in regards to a damaged item being received they will not cover it, had a returns fee claim denied because of it,
Check the terms and condition, this was despite paypal reps telling me to apply, knowing my return was because of a damaged item.
Luckily paypal reimbursed me out of there own pocket
Termshttps://www.paypal.com/uk/webapps/mpp/refunded-returns/general-conditions

I can't see such an exclusion there?
2 Likes #35
Use it loads this year, up to £15 per refund as well remember . Just used your receipt and fill in few simple details and about week later you get your refund.
#36
Thanks for the reminder, this is gonna save me about £12. Much appreciated!
banned#37
vassy, your getting clever day by day ;)
1 Like #38
Would have had to pay about £10 to return something this week, so this has come in very handy. Thank you!
#39
Thanks OP
#40
Opted in for this a while back and returned once. Been refunded the first one, gonna do another 3 more this week. Thanks

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