RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization)

Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) is obtaining permission to return a product because it's faulty or not what you expected. It's a process used by companies to manage and track returns from customers. For example, when you want to return something, you might start by contacting the company's customer service. They can issue an RMA number, which is like a special code that identifies your return. This number helps the company keep track of the return, so they know it's legitimate and can process it correctly. Once you have the RMA number, you send back the item, and the company can match it to your request. It ensures a smoother return experience for both you and the company and helps prevent unauthorized returns.

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