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Shipping Audit Process | Bottom Line Concepts

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Published June 1st, 2019 by


Packages shipped using FedEx® and UPS® are guaranteed to arrive on time or the Client is owed a shipping refund. Bottom Line offers a cloud-based refund recovery solution that credits the Clients carrier accounts for late shipments.  Bottom Line manages the entire process so the Client can focus on the product and customers.    

With dynamic weekly reporting and 24/7 Online access that harnesses some of the most advanced proprietary technology on the market, the robust, transparent system is easy to use and navigate.

The Bottom Line solution is the simplest, most cost effective method for clients to decrease their shipping costs without altering operations.  Bottom Lines clients are not buying software nor are they paying fees of any kind to audit package delinquency and help streamline their logistic operations.

Sign-up can be done in 2 minutes and Bottom Line will manage the solution, where all credits are applied to the Clients carrier accounts directly. This is a no-risk solution, with no install of any additional hardware or software that would incur a cost. It is fully managed using dedicated servers running RAID-5 file systems with SSL encryption, encrypted passwords and protected access secures the Clients accounts, refunds and traffic reports.

  • Our Process

    Based on our in-depth analysis of your business, we bring a holistic perspective to the broad range of areas in which significant savings can be realized.

  • Our Promise

    Zero Risk
    Zero Out of Pocket Cost
    Zero Obligation

  • Our Tools

    We offer a unique approach with a team of experts behind each categorical analysis to deliver the greatest savings.

  • Our Results

    We have worked with more than 7,000 clients and have successfully brought over $2.2 billion dollars in recovery since 2009.