Sellers are required to have return policies for their seller fulfilled orders that match or exceed the Amazon return policies available on Amazon.com.au. Your applicable returns policies are displayed on your Returns tab. While you can offer your own returns policy, this does not limit a customer’s rights under the Australian Consumer Law (including in respect of faulty products) or your obligations to match or exceed the Amazon return policies. For more information, go to Seller-fulfilled returns.
The Return settings page allows you to adjust your settings for all Amazon stores that you sell in. You can identify the store for the settings that you would like to edit under the Marketplace column. To change your existing return settings, select the option from the drop-down and click Save settings to save the changes.
You have the option of automatically authorising return requests for seller fulfilled orders. If you enable this feature, return requests that meet Amazon’s return policies will be authorised automatically and an email will be sent to the customer containing a link to the Return Merchandise Authorisation (RMA). Return requests that are out of policy (such as those that do not meet Amazon’s return policies) or category-exempt (any that are listed on the Items that can’t be returned help page) will be sent to you for manual authorisation. You will still be required to issue refunds as appropriate once you’ve received the return.
For stores where automated return authorisation is not mandatory (such as Australia), you will have the option to manually authorise incoming return requests if you prefer.
Set your default return request authorisation rules using one of the following options:
In stores where APRL is required, such as in the US, Amazon automatically enrols sellers in the Prepaid Returns Label program. For stores such as Australia where enrolment in the Amazon Prepaid Return Label program is not required or available, you will see the following Amazon Prepaid Return Label options:
You will have the option to provide a prepaid returns label for all your returns or choose to have Amazon provide an unpaid mailing label.
For returns of seller-fulfilled items that are exempt from the Prepaid Return Label program (not yet available in Amazon.com.au), you will have the option to upload a seller-paid label or have Amazon issue an unpaid label on your behalf.
To provide return instructions for each of the Amazon stores that you sell in, go to Return settings.