Free return shipping costs covered by PayPal
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Free return shipping costs covered by PayPal

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Expires on 31/12/2017Found 20th Nov
Just in time for Christmas shopping!!



PayPal did this some time ago and it brings peace of mind if you are shopping from out of the UK and don’t want to pay for return postage. Just noticed that the offer is available again... it requires activation from the link of the deal.



Activate this service for free and we'll cover up to £15 of return shipping costs for up to 12 eligible PayPal purchases worldwide until 31 December 2017.



Follow the link for a step-by-step guidance on how to take advantage of the offer.

Top comments

And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.

Seller stock ups with seasonal items
Sells in a higly competitive market place with little mark-up.
Agrees a sale, ships out - at a cost
Poopal encourage seller to be used as a try be for you buy service
buyer trier returns item, get's cost refunded
Seller has to refund item, but is not compensated for the original postage costs.
Seller now has returned item(s) out of season that can't be sold for another 11 months.


Stop crapping on the little guy.

andiejn1 m ago

And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.Seller stock ups with …And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.Seller stock ups with seasonal itemsSells in a higly competitive market place with little mark-up.Agrees a sale, ships out - at a costPoopal encourage seller to be used as a try be for you buy servicebuyer trier returns item, get's cost refundedSeller has to refund item, but is not compensated for the original postage costs.Seller now has returned item(s) out of season that can't be sold for another 11 months.Stop crapping on the little guy.


Uh? The PayPal element of this is irrelevant. If you're an online store then you have to be prepared that people may and are entitled to return goods.

winchman13 h, 17 m ago

£15 is not a lot if its worldwide...

It's £15 more than they're obliged to give you.
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This has been around for a good few months but good to remind people. I’ve already claimed around £50 in return postage costs. Very easy.

Heat for the reminder, although the deal never went away.

Thank you

Handy this. Cheers 🔥🔥🔥

£15 is not a lot if its worldwide...

This offer has been around for sometime now, you only need to activate this offer once.

Its been a continuous offer from 1 January 2017 and expires 31 December 2017.

yeh been on since last year. i used it last december.. so id imagine it would renew in january again. good to be reminded about it. it saved me a few quid.

winchman1 h, 19 m ago

£15 is not a lot if its worldwide...


But it is a lot if it's not worldwide! And generally the stuff you buy will be from the UK.

I need to send a parcel back to Hong Kong for £120 so this would help a little tganks

Nice. Thanks for the heads up op.

Useful, thanks.

Activated this months ago

And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.

Seller stock ups with seasonal items
Sells in a higly competitive market place with little mark-up.
Agrees a sale, ships out - at a cost
Poopal encourage seller to be used as a try be for you buy service
buyer trier returns item, get's cost refunded
Seller has to refund item, but is not compensated for the original postage costs.
Seller now has returned item(s) out of season that can't be sold for another 11 months.


Stop crapping on the little guy.

andiejn1 m ago

And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.Seller stock ups with …And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.Seller stock ups with seasonal itemsSells in a higly competitive market place with little mark-up.Agrees a sale, ships out - at a costPoopal encourage seller to be used as a try be for you buy servicebuyer trier returns item, get's cost refundedSeller has to refund item, but is not compensated for the original postage costs.Seller now has returned item(s) out of season that can't be sold for another 11 months.Stop crapping on the little guy.


Uh? The PayPal element of this is irrelevant. If you're an online store then you have to be prepared that people may and are entitled to return goods.

Only cover up to £15
Edited by: "bonos" 20th Nov

Another retweet

Bank

Every 2 months people jump on this. Old news. But a quick and easy way to get a hot deal posted

lol this is a big joke. They never give return cost.

Thanks, heard about this a while ago but never activated it, I have now so heat for the reminder.

greencode7 h, 38 m ago

Uh? The PayPal element of this is irrelevant. If you're an online store …Uh? The PayPal element of this is irrelevant. If you're an online store then you have to be prepared that people may and are entitled to return goods.

I see where they're coming from tbh. You'd get an increase in returns if there was no conciquence (postage costs) for returning an item

Hate PayPal even if this so called deal gets 10 millions votes and becomes the hottest deal in history

winchman13 h, 17 m ago

£15 is not a lot if its worldwide...

It's £15 more than they're obliged to give you.

masliya1 h, 43 m ago

Hate PayPal even if this so called deal gets 10 millions votes and becomes …Hate PayPal even if this so called deal gets 10 millions votes and becomes the hottest deal in history


Why?

Do you have to activate this offer?

What postal services do they accept?

Guy_With_Beard27 m ago

What postal services do they accept?


Any. You just upload a copy of your receipt clearly showing the address you're sending it to. I also take a pic of the parcel with the address label on, just to be on the safe side. Claimed around 5 times and got confirmed within around 3 days.
Edited by: "greencode" 26th Nov

andiejn20th Nov

And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.Seller stock ups with …And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.Seller stock ups with seasonal itemsSells in a higly competitive market place with little mark-up.Agrees a sale, ships out - at a costPoopal encourage seller to be used as a try be for you buy servicebuyer trier returns item, get's cost refundedSeller has to refund item, but is not compensated for the original postage costs.Seller now has returned item(s) out of season that can't be sold for another 11 months.Stop crapping on the little guy.


One sided coin

baggy20th Nov

I need to send a parcel back to Hong Kong for £120 so this would help a …I need to send a parcel back to Hong Kong for £120 so this would help a little tganks


Eglobal?

Didnt know about this.
Thanks for the heads up

I compleatly forgot about this. Thanks

Does this work if the purchase was via ebay? and the ebay seller sent the wrong items and wasn't owning up to it? with ebay automatically siding with the seller?. Also does it need to be sent tracked?.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 27th Nov

vtec20th Nov

Another retweet


didn't realise this was Twitter...

J4GG41 h, 49 m ago

Does this work if the purchase was via ebay? and the ebay seller sent the …Does this work if the purchase was via ebay? and the ebay seller sent the wrong items and wasn't owning up to it? with ebay automatically siding with the seller?. Also does it need to be sent tracked?.


ebay auto siding with the seller.... am I reading this correctly!?

Always thought they tended to side with the buyer. Put me right off selling, the amount of times I lost out unfairly due to them wrongly siding with the buyer.

If Paypal/Ebay had a real rival I would never sell through them again. Until that time comes we genuine sellers have little choice but to put up with those who like to try before they buy... at our expense.

WeeWifie23 m ago

ebay auto siding with the seller.... am I reading this correctly!? …ebay auto siding with the seller.... am I reading this correctly!? Always thought they tended to side with the buyer. Put me right off selling, the amount of times I lost out unfairly due to them wrongly siding with the buyer.


Yep.
Unless you open a return request stating its damaged/faulty. Then the buyer takes the hit and either has to take it as a loss or return it at your own expense.

I stupidly opened a return for "Doesn't fit". Because the part i bought for my car doesn't fit. The seller listed it incorrectly in the actual title that they manually typed in themselves. They tried to argue that the compatibility chart is only for guidance and shouldn't be taken for granted. My argument is they manually typed in the title of the listing, listing my specific vehicle inc the year!.

To return the part would cost the price i paid for them. They're only bulbs and of a few quid. But the seller will be getting a negative for sure for their incompetence and unwillingness to resolve.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 27th Nov

It's always available. Hasn't ever finished since it was first introduced

greencode20th Nov

Uh? The PayPal element of this is irrelevant. If you're an online store …Uh? The PayPal element of this is irrelevant. If you're an online store then you have to be prepared that people may and are entitled to return goods.



And this Paypal gimmick no doubt will create more problems for sellers and definitely entice people to send things back more.
Edited by: "dezontk" 28th Nov

andiejn20th Nov

And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.Seller stock ups with …And once again Paypal play crap on the seller,.Seller stock ups with seasonal itemsSells in a higly competitive market place with little mark-up.Agrees a sale, ships out - at a costPoopal encourage seller to be used as a try be for you buy servicebuyer trier returns item, get's cost refundedSeller has to refund item, but is not compensated for the original postage costs.Seller now has returned item(s) out of season that can't be sold for another 11 months.Stop crapping on the little guy.


Don't sell crap and it won't come back!
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