UPS manifest tracking service
Automated tracking of unused shipping labels on UPS accounts
Share a Refund’s manifest tracking service monitors shipping labels created on UPS accounts.
All shipping labels created, including payee shipping labels and labels created by third-party shippers are tracked until shipped or voided.
After 30 days, the manifest tracking service automatically notifies other Share a Refund services to take action on unneeded shipping labels.
This service acts as a watchdog, monitoring your UPS account for unused shipping labels.
Automated manifest trackingShare a Refund monitors UPS accounts for all shipping labels that are created and unvoided, automatically voiding the unused labels automatically.
Clear insight on manifest activity
OverviewUPS charges customers for all shipping labels created, including those that are unneeded.
Share a Refund continuously monitors for unused shipping labels, with the manifest tracking service. This service is enabled by default on a UPS account and assists the other services within Share a Refund in claiming refund credits for charges on unused shipping labels.
How it worksEach shipping label manifested on a UPS account is tracked by Share a Refund automatically. The action of that shipping label being shipped, or voided is considered a normal workflow of any shipping operation. Share a Refund monitors for the exceptions.
Any shipping label that is more than 30 days old, with a status of unshipping and unvoided, is likely unneeded, unused, forgotten, and can be voided to reclaim refund credits on the shipping cost for that shipment. The manifest tracking service automatically finds such shipping labels and notifies the other Share a Refund services to take action in reclaiming refund credits on the unused labels.