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Poshmark: Can I return a purchase ?



Poshmark is a popular online marketplace for buying and selling gently used clothing and accessories. As with any online shopping platform, it's important to know what your options are if you need to return a purchase. So, can you return a purchase on Poshmark?

The short answer is yes, you can return a purchase on Poshmark. However, it's important to note that Poshmark operates differently than traditional online retailers, and their return policy may not be what you're used to.

According to Poshmark's website, they offer a three-day return policy for items that are not as described in the listing. This means that if you receive an item and it is not as described in the listing (e.g., it is damaged, not the correct size, etc.), you can request a return within three days of receiving the item. If your request is approved, you will receive a full refund for the purchase price of the item.

It's important to note that Poshmark's return policy does not cover returns for items that do not fit or that you simply do not like. This is because Poshmark is a marketplace for gently used clothing and accessories, and it is expected that buyers will carefully review the listings and ask the seller any questions they may have before making a purchase.

If you do need to return an item, it's important to follow Poshmark's return process. First, you should contact the seller through the Poshmark app or website to request a return. The seller has the option to accept or decline your request, and if they accept, they will provide you with a return shipping label. You will then need to package the item and ship it back to the seller using the provided label. Once the seller receives the returned item and confirms that it is in the same condition as when it was shipped, Poshmark will issue a full refund to your original payment method.

In summary, you can return a purchase on Poshmark if the item is not as described in the listing and you request a return within three days of receiving the item. It's important to carefully review listings and ask the seller any questions you may have before making a purchase, and to follow Poshmark's return process if you do need to return an item.

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