Chit Chats charges return fees to handle and bring back return shipments. Return fees apply to all returns managed by Chit Chats including shipments that use our U.S. return address and all Canadian shipments.

Alternatively, for U.S. and international shipments you can manage your own returns or use our disposal address at no charge. There is no return service available for Chit Chats International Tracked or Asendia shipments.

Chit Chats Returns Fees

Shipment TypeFee
U.S. & International letters and cards$2.50 per shipment
U.S. & International parcels and Canadian customer returns$5 per shipment
All other Canadian returnsOriginal cost of postage*

Return fees are charged directly to your account once we receive your return at one of our facilities and begin processing. You can always find the details of any return fees in your transactions including tracking numbers and shipment IDs for returns mailed back to you.

Other Associated Fees

Other fees may apply such as shipping fees for mailing returned shipments back to your location ("Mail back to me"). Shipments that are returned due to insufficient postage will also be charged postage due upon their return. UPS Mail Innovations shipments do not include return postage and will incur a postage fee in addition to the return fee.

Failed Returns

Should the delivery of your mailed back returns be unsuccessful due to an incorrect address, or if the shipment goes unclaimed, a charge will result from the carrier having to bring the package back to our warehouse. At this point, you will need to contact our client support to decide how you'd like to collect the bounced return. If you choose to have the package resent, an additional postage fee will apply.

We will charge the applicable fees for your return shipments once we've processed them at one of our facilities. 

*Based on the weight, dimensions and destination of the shipment plus applicable taxes as our partner carrier, Canada Post, charges the sender for the return of undeliverable shipmentsThis will appear in your transactions as a return postage due fee.