One of the most common things that make buyers bristle is when they receive an item that doesn’t match the photos or the description in the listing. Being sent broken items or products that are missing parts can likewise taint a transaction, and so can receive shipments that are damaged or seem fake.
Well, this doesn’t apply to all return requests, however. There are shoppers who change their minds and decide they just don’t want what they bought. Accepting a return, in that case, depends on the seller’s stated return policy. If sellers offer returns within a certain time period, then it’s reasonable for a buyer to make a request.
Now let’s walk you through on how to set your return address.
Set your Return Address
1. Log in to your eBay Sellerhub account at www.ebay.com/sellerhub.
2. Once you’re in, click My eBay located at the top-right of the page.
3. On My eBay summary, click the Account tab.
4. Under Personal Info, click Addresses.
This page is where you can update your Registration, shipping, ship from and return address.
5. Just click the Add button in line with the Return Address.
6. eBay needs to verify your identity and you may be asked to sign in again. So just enter your email address and password then click Sign In.
7. After you sign in, you will be asked for your name, the complete return address, and your phone number. Just fill everything up. You can also check the box at the bottom left if you wanted this to be your primary address.
8. Once you’re all set, click the Save button.
You will be taken back to the addresses page. You now have updated your return address. If you feel uncomfortable with your home address being on all the packages you send out. You can always use your P.O. box as your return address.
So that is how you set your return address on eBay.
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