Shipping Recovery Increases Your Bottom Line

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No business owner would be happy with someone coming into his or her office and taking money from the till. That is what happens every month when your shipping provider does not deliver your packages on time. You should not be paying for services you did not receive. When service companies don’t make timely deliveries, they are required to compensate you through shipping recovery, which is why FedEx and a UPS have a guarantee for packages to be delivered by a set time and date. On the contrary, if you believe the misguided opinion that shipping providers refund automatically when deliveries aren’t made as promised, you need to know it simply isn’t so. If you don’t follow up on or complain about your late shipments, FedEx or UPS will be glad to keep your money. Their profits go up, and yours go down.

At PackageFox, we make certain you receive everything you are owed when your deliveries aren’t made on time. We run a shipping audit to ascertain when shipment deliveries are actually made compared to when you paid for them. This control of your shipping costs can add a hefty amount to your bottom line when using UPS or FedEx.

Here at PackageFox, we realize that you have more than enough to do running a business without also having to ensure your documents and materials reach their intended destinations in a timely manner. We do the work for you, making sure the shipping refunds land back into your account when delivery companies fail to uphold their end of the agreement.

Putting money on the bottom line is simple when you let us do the work, and you won’t be concerned with whether or not the job gets done right. Give PackageFox the chance to do what we do for many other businesses every day—raise profits and recover shipping refunds.

Are you sending a out bunch of FedEx or UPS shipments every month? Chances are your invoices contain refund opportunities. Let PackageFox help you save some money.

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