Franchised parcel delivery service CouriersPlease is claiming an Australia-first with the launch of a self-service return from home solution for online shoppers looking to return items more conveniently, while complying with social-distancing rules imposed during the COVID 19 lockdown.
Australian franchised parcel delivery service CouriersPlease (CP) has launched a new self-serve, low cost returns portal - named Boomerang - which it says will enable e-tailers of all sizes to focus their resources on selling their products instead of allocating costly resources to handle the challenge of reverse logistics.
Payment service providers in the Asia Pacific region have been driven to offering online pay-later options to consumers hampered by limited borrowing options – with Australian consumers, and their Chinese counterparts, leading the way as early adopters of the deferred payments concept.
Another credit card to rip off customers. Good one Coles!
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