To process a return request, go to Manage Returns page, where you can review, authorize, or decline requests. You can also access the Manage Returns page by clicking the Orders drop-down menu in Seller Central.
When you receive a return shipment at your facility, the shipment will include a packing slip and Return Mailing Authorization (RMA) number to help you identify the return.
To avoid a negative customer experience, actively monitor the refund to ensure that it is issued to the buyer in a timely manner.
We recommend that you respond to return requests within 24 hours. For additional information regarding how to manage your returns, go to Manage seller-fulfilled returns.
If you have an order that is returned damaged and you believe the damage was related to the carrier, use the Optional coverage for loss or damage process to file a claim.
You need to process a return when you have received a return request from a buyer, a returned shipment, or have arranged to refund a purchase.
If a buyer asks you to cancel an order and you have not yet shipped and confirmed the shipment, you can cancel it in Manage Orders or use an Order Cancellation feed.
Refer to Order cancellations and Cancel Multiple Orders with the Order Cancellation Template for additional information.
If you have already confirmed an order as shipped, you can authorize the return request in Manage Returns.
The Amazon A-to-z Guarantee protects buyers when they buy items sold and fulfilled by you directly. Our guarantee covers the timely delivery, condition, and return experience of items you sell. If buyers are unsatisfied with any of the above, and cannot reach a resolution with you, we enable them to file a claim with us. You can refer to the claim eligibility polices on the A-to-z Guarantee page.