Without a doubt, the past few years have seen an even greater uptick in shipping charges for various items. People are opting to drive over state lines to avoid hefty shipping fees, even if the item they want isn’t that heavy. To avoid spending tons of money just from a simple trip to the post office, small businesses as well as individual sellers are investing in flat-rate boxes, third-party shipping labels, and even a GSR waiver. If you are fed up with the outrageous FedEx prices near you, then you may want to look more into how a GSR waiver could save you money on shipping.
In this video, we will learn what this waiver does and who qualifies to receive one.
Using a GSR is almost completely about reading the fine print. With the right details, you could be completely compensated for your shipping costs should a package be delivered even an hour late. Using negotiation can help you hold FedEx accountable for any delivery failures, and save you money in the long run. While you cannot base your budget around relying on a late package, you can still have this waiver ready should the issues arise.