Yes, every once in a blue moon, we see a rare FedEx systematic svc fail refunded by FedEx without any request necessary. But for UPS, the answer is no. We have never seen UPS automatically give a GSR refund on a late-delivered parcel. Never.
FedEx Systematic SVC Credit
FedEx rarely gives a guaranteed systematic service failure to a client’s invoice for a late shipment. When Refund Retriever sees these refunds, we mark them in our system and do not charge the client since we did not request them. Other transportation cost auditing companies might not be as honest.
How would you know to even look at the refund credit to ensure it’s not automatic? Refund Retriever believes that client trust is critical. We would never charge for it if we didn’t apply for a refund.
Want to monitor your other auditing company for these?
Are they trying to outfox you? Take a look at the image below. If you see “SYSTEMATIC SVC FAIL” in the ‘Original Reason’ column of your FedEx Online Billing invoice history, FedEx automatically gave you a refund. Sometimes this might not be fraudulent. The refund is applied within hours of the invoice being published. There might be a situation where it’s an honest dispute.
What happens if you submit GSR requests before we do?
Our parcel audit system automatically detects an existing UPS or FedEx refund request and marks it accordingly. We never try to confirm a refund and then bill you. Also, there is no need to email us if you apply for a refund; we will see the activity and act accordingly.
Let Refund Retriever monitor your UPS and FedEx invoices for late small parcel deliveries and billing mistakes. We will save you money each month, and there is no fee. In summary, our logistics auditing technology will impact your transportation costs.