Once you have retrieved all of Threads of Hope’s unsold, consigned product from your group, you agree to:
A) Count and rebundle it according to the product information supplied. Please put one rubber band on each end of the full bundles as you process them, like the way they were when you received them from us. Two rubber bands is our secret code for full bundles! Therefore, at most, there should only be one partial bundle (having only one rubber band) for each product type at the end of the re-bundling process.
B) Condense the product.
We prefer that you condense our product and the reusable brochures, handouts, DVD’s and banners into the smallest package that will hold our product to help prevent excessive mailing fees. We would appreciate your sending only one package, if possible.
If you are returning product in the USA or Canada, Threads of Hope will supply you with a shipping label for the retrieval of our unsold, consigned product at our expense. All countries outside of North America will need to return their unsold product using your own funds. You may then request reimbursement by uploading a receipt for shipping, putting a copy in your package and we will give you credit for the shipping costs.
Before you request the label, you will need to do the following:
C) Choose a package.
If returning a package within the USA, choose a package from the following Priority Mail Flat Rate list: Letter sized Envelope, Small Box, Medium Box -1 or -2 or a Large Box. If you are returning a 6 or 8 foot banner choose a Priority Mail Medium Tube Box. (You will need to know the weight of the Tube Box because it is not Flat Rate.) You may use the package you received your consignment in provided it is in good condition, or get a new one at the Post Office, free.
If you are returning a package from Canada, it will be returned to us via First Class International Service. Use the smallest plain package possible. Be prepared to give us the weight and the dimensions of the package you are returning.
If you are returning a package from outside of North America, you may request reimbursement by giving us the cost, tracking number, uploading a photo of the shipping receipt and specifying the weight.
D) Fill out a Remittance Slip.
You agree to fill out a Remittance Slip, that will assist you in recording all of the product and their quantities that are being shipped. You agree to include a completed Slip in your package and to keep a copy for your records. This is a very important document. It creates accountability for both you and Threads of Hope. Our volunteers will use your enclosed Remittance Slip as a cross reference as they count the returns. If you need to send more than one package, make sure the Slip you put in each package matches only the contents of that package.
*Please DO NOT put payments in the box with our unsold products. Please follow our payment details in our FAQs.
E) Locate your invoice number and know your current contact information.
If you have completed steps A through E you may:
F) Request your return shipping label or shipping reimbursement.
You will need to submit one return shipping label or reimbursement request for each package you will ship. The Return Shipping Label Form can be located here or in the documents section of our website. When we receive your request we will compare our contact information, update it if necessary and email you a label.
G) Affix the label.
When you receive your return label via email, affix the label to your package and drop it at the nearest USPS office, if in the USA, or if in Canada at a Canada Post office or arrange for them to pick it up.
If you are outside of North America, we will process your reimbursement request after we receive your package.
If you are done with your part of the process, just sit back and relax while we process your remittances.
Within the next 30 days our volunteers will process your returns and final payment. They will credit your account accordingly. We will contact you if there are any large discrepancies. You will receive a statement via email reflecting your current balance, which hopefully is zero! Well done!