If you need help with your order:
Most issues are resolved by working with the seller. If you contacted the seller more than 48 hours ago, choose Open a case so Etsy can help you.
If you need to return or exchange an item, the seller you purchased your order from is the best person to help you. Each seller on Etsy manages their own orders, and makes decisions about cancellations, refunds, and returns. Learn more about getting help with your order.
How do refunds and returns work on Etsy?
Sellers aren’t required to accept returns, exchanges, or provide a refund unless stated in their shop policies. Go to the shop's homepage and scroll to the bottom to see the shop's policies.
If the seller is willing to accept this return, be sure to settle on the details in a message before returning the item:
- Where you should send the return
- What time frame does the seller wish to receive the return
- Who will be responsible for the cost of return shipping, if not written in the shop's policies
- What shipping method to use
What should I do if the seller doesn’t refund my order, or if the seller doesn’t accept returns?
If the seller doesn’t allow refunds or returns, you may be able to open a case with Etsy.
Cases can be opened if:
- You never receive your order
- Your order wasn’t as it was described on Etsy
What are shop policies?
Each seller on Etsy is responsible for their own policies regarding refunds, exchanges, and returns. Policies vary from shop to shop.
Before making a purchase, you should review the shop’s Returns & exchanges policy. You can find the shop’s policies on the listing page under Shipping & returns, or by going to Shop policies and More information on their shop homepage.
The seller wasn’t able to help me
If you are a buyer located in the European Union, some sellers are subject to comply with the EU Directive on Consumer Rights.
EU buyers that wish to resolve an issue regarding a refund or an exchange with a seller are encouraged to use our case system since it is the most effective and fastest way to resolve disputes between buyers and sellers. However, if you do not want to use our case system, you have the option of using the EU Online Dispute Resolution Platform instead, which you can find here.
I checked out as a guest
If you checked out as a guest, you can claim your order to get help.
- Open your email inbox.
- Locate the email receipt you received when you placed your order. This email is sent from email@example.com.
- Select View your order.
- Follow the steps to sign in or create an Etsy account. The account you link your guest order to must have the same email address that you used for your guest order. Your order is automatically connected to your Etsy account.
- Once you’ve claimed your order, you can choose that order and contact the seller for help.
I still need help
If you messaged the seller, and opened a case, and you didn’t receive the help you need, select Contact support at the bottom of this page and we'd be happy to help.