You are responsible for handling return claims independently according to your internal processes without assistance from Bolt.
Step 1: Customer reaches out to return the item
Each of our customers has a right to return a product purchased online in accordance to local law and your store policies. They contact your Customer Service Team to find out how to initiate a return.
Step 2: Return handling
When the order has met your return requirements, update the order:
- Touchless: Refund the card payment associated with the order
- API: Update the order status in your e-commerce platform
- Manual: Update the order status in the Checkout Everywhere merchant portal
Step 3: Refund
Once you change the status of the order, our system automatically refunds the customer. This process is dependent on the order’s status, so make sure it is up to date.
How to check the return rate
You can easily access the information about the number of the returns in the merchant portal in the Orders section.
Filter by the Returned status, and download the results into an XLSX or CSV file.
At minimum, all of our customers may return products purchased online within 14 days.
You have control over the following details of the return policy:
- If the return period is longer than 14 days - If there is a fee for returned items - Who will pay for the return shipping (you or the customer) - How the customer should initiate the return and ship it back
Make sure your return policy is clear and available to all shoppers. After you set up your merchant account, you need to add your return policy details to the system.