08-03-2022 09:43 AM
I ordered two A/C units online from Best Buy a couple of weeks ago. One was delivered. The other has been stuck "in transit", with an expected delivery date of last week, at a FedEx facility since July 22. There have been no shipping updates since then. So I assume FedEx has lost it.
I filed a claim with FedEx, and their canned acknoweldgement noted: "If you are not the shipper we will need a shipper waiver authorization letter on the shipper's company letterhead waiving their right to file a claim on this shipment with the applicable tracking number."
Can Best Buy supply such a letter, or do you mke a direct claim with FedEx?
I appreciate any guidance. My immediate goal is to get refunded for the lost unit - and I don't know if Best Buy does that, or FedEx, or what? Please help!
08-03-2022 10:01 AM
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