In the world of e-commerce, managing returns and exchanges is a crucial aspect of the business. However, there are certain products that you may want to classify as non-returnable due to their nature, value, or other specific reasons. If you're using WeSupply as your logistics platform, you can easily set up a non-returnable logic based on the item's SKU (Stock Keeping Unit). Here's how you can do it:
Step 1: Access Your WeSupply Admin Panel
Begin by logging into your WeSupply admin panel. This is your command center for managing all aspects of your logistics, including returns and exchanges.
Step 2: Navigate to Return Logics and Policies
Once you're in the admin panel, navigate to the 'Settings' menu. From there, select 'Return Methods' followed by 'Return Logics and Policies'. This section allows you to define how different products are handled when a return or exchange is requested.
Step 3: Add a New Return Logic
Click on the "Add Logic" button to create a new return logic. This is where you'll specify the conditions under which a product is non-returnable. It's important to set a high logic priority to ensure it takes precedence over other return policies.
Step 4: Define Conditions Based on Product SKU
Under the "Conditions" section, you'll find a dropdown menu where you can select "Product SKU". This option allows you to apply the non-returnable logic to specific products based on their unique SKUs.
Step 5: Enter the Non-Returnable SKUs
In the text field provided, enter the SKU or SKUs of the items you wish to mark as non-returnable. If you're dealing with multiple SKUs, separate them with commas to ensure the logic applies to each one.
Step 6: Set the Return Window to "Not Returnable"
Scroll down to the "Return Window" section and select "Not Returnable" from the available options. This setting will mark the items with the specified SKUs as non-returnable, preventing customers from initiating a return through the platform.
Step 7: Save Your Logic
After you've entered all the necessary information and set the conditions, save the logic. Your non-returnable logic is now active, and the specified SKUs will be blocked from return or exchange processes.
By following these steps, you can effectively manage your inventory and return policies, ensuring that only eligible items are available for return or exchange. This not only streamlines your operations but also sets clear expectations for your customers regarding which products can be returned.