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Poshmark: Can I cancel my order?

Poshmark is a popular online marketplace for buying and selling fashion items. It's a great platform for finding unique and stylish pieces at affordable prices. However, sometimes things don't go as planned and buyers may want to cancel their orders.

So, can a buyer cancel an order on Poshmark? The short answer is yes, but there are some conditions and restrictions to consider.

First of all, it's important to note that Poshmark has a strict no-cancellation policy for orders that have already been shipped. This means that once the seller has marked the order as shipped, the buyer will not be able to cancel it.

However, if the order has not yet been shipped, the buyer may be able to cancel it by contacting the seller directly. The seller may agree to cancel the order if they have not yet shipped it, but they are not required to do so. It's ultimately up to the seller to decide whether or not to cancel the order.

If the seller agrees to cancel the order, the buyer will be refunded the full purchase price, minus any applicable fees or charges. These fees may include the Poshmark commission and any payment processing fees.

It's worth noting that Poshmark has a policy in place to protect buyers and sellers. If a buyer cancels an order without a valid reason, they may receive a warning or even be banned from the platform. Similarly, if a seller cancels an order without a valid reason, they may also receive a warning or be banned.

In summary, a buyer can cancel an order on Poshmark if the order has not yet been shipped and the seller agrees to cancel it. However, there are certain fees and charges that may apply, and both buyers and sellers are expected to follow Poshmark's policies to avoid any issues.


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