Heartland Merchandise Return Solutions

Merchandise Return

Pay more attention to merchandise returns and improve customer satisfaction and loyalty with Heartland. 

Recapture Merchandise Return Value.

Understand the financial ramification of merchandise returns by examining freight, warehouse, and labor costs. Heartland can quantify the costs, identify root causes, and create plans for recapturing value.

Refurbishing and recycling are two crucial methods for recapturing value. Sophisticated merchandise return logistics leverage remnant value by placing parts into other products for resale before the value is lost.

Heartland can integrate merchandise returns into forward flow processes to recapture value.

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Merchandise Return Management Benefits

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EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do returns cost retailers?

The National Retail Federation found for every one billion dollars in sales, the average retailer incurs $106 million in merchandise returns. Additionally, for every $100 in returned merchandise accepted, retailers lose $5.90 to return fraud. Returns rates to stores are around 8%, this jumps to around 25% for items bought online, according to Paazl.

What do retailers do with returned items?

Retailers look to salvage whatever they can on return merchandise. When possible retailers will chargeback the vendor for the return. When the return can't be charged back to the vendor, retailers look to sell it as quickly as possible so it doesn’t take up warehouse and store space. The biggest retailers sell merchandise returns to direct liquidators who then resell them. Some products are sold "as new", while others will be marked as "tested not working" or "unrepairable."

How to buy returned merchandise?

To buy return merchandise by the box load, pallet, or truckload from a Direct Liquidator, create an account, browse the list of categories, and search for individual manufacturers or products. 

Where does returned merchandise go?

Returned merchandise goes to the original vendor or to direct liquidators after it is received by retailers.

What is a merchandise return card?

A Merchandise Return Card is a payment card that the customer can use for a future transaction with the retailer. Merchandise Return Cards are given to customers for approved non-receipted returns. Also, a Merchandise Return Card is given to customers if any portion of their sales transaction was purchased with a Merchandise Return Card.

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