Say goodbye to return policy abuse!
The 360 ID Tag gives you everything you need to protect your merchandise from return policy abuse. The secure return tag is simple, cost-effective, and easily understood by buyers. Like traditional store security tags that work as a deterrent, the 360 ID Tag uses a similar principle but is explicitly designed for e-commerce and marketplace sales. The upside? No more wondering if your returned merchandise has been used, worn, or switched.
With the 360 ID Tag attached to your clothing, shoes, bags, and accessories sold online, it deters return fraud cases like:
• Wardrobing / wear and return
• Counterfeit product switches
• Price tag switches
• Tag tucking
• Snap and send back / social media wardrobing
At just 24 cents per item tagged, the Compact Loop pack is perfect for merchants and marketplace sellers with an inventory only requiring short lengths of the return tag material. Think handbags, shoes, clothes with buttonholes, straps, and belt-loops.
• 1 roll of pre-printed, recyclable return tag material – 22mm wide, 164’ / 50m in length
• 180 tamper-evident security seals
• Dispenser box for easy handling
• Average of 5”-10” of return tag material per use
• Return Policy wording is written in English, Spanish and French: “Returns will only be accepted if this 360 ID Tag remains attached”
HOW TO USE
Dispense enough return tag to create a complete loop around the item that you want to protect. Attaching around a handbag handle or a dress strap, for example, will use around 5". Don't worry, the return tag material is soft, won't stretch or rip, and won't harm your items.
To make a secure loop, thread the return tag through your item, whether new or preloved and wrap the blue tamper-evident security seal around the ends. To readily authenticate returns, take note of the unique ID number printed on the seal.
And then repeat... 179 times!
When your buyer decides to keep their item, they use scissors to cut the 360 ID Tag or peel back the tamper-evident security seal.
If a consumer wishes to return an item, they just leave the anti-return abuse tag intact, resulting in a predictable returns process for both the buyer and the seller.
Return policy abuse is easy to spot because the tamper-evident security seal, when removed, exposes a permanent VOID pattern, allowing returns to be visually authenticated.
More tips on how to use can be found here.