If you have Manual State Link, use this article about processing customer returns instead.
You need Alter Sales permissions to process returns.
You can process returns from customers on the Activity page of the Greenbits Register.
Process a return
You can only process returns for Barcodes (SKUs) that are marked as For Sale.
- In the Register, open the side menu and select Activity.
- Find the original sale in the Activity list. There are several ways to do this:
- Register v2: Scan the barcode on the bottom of the receipt.
- Register v1 or v2: Enter the Receipt ID. You can find this on the customer's receipt. If the customer does not have a receipt, ask someone with Back Office access to look it up in the customer's transaction history.
- Register v1 or v2: Search the Barcode (SKU) of the item they are returning. A list appears that includes all recent transactions that included this item.
- Select the appropriate transaction, and then select Return.
- If you can't find the Barcode (SKU) you need to return, or it comes up as null, temporarily change the Barcode (SKU) to For Sale in Back Office in order to process the return in the Register.
- Scan the barcode label for products to be returned, or type the Barcodes (SKUs).
- Once you've added all Barcodes (SKUs) that need to be returned, tap Return Items.
- Give the customer the Amount Due from your drawer.
- Select Print Receipt and Continue.
- The return transaction displays in the Activity list.
- Put the returned items into your store's returns area, if you have one.
- Some states do not allow you to resell returned cannabis items. Your store may have a place set aside for returned items so your store management can process them compliantly later. Talk to your Store Manager about what to do with the returned items after you process a return.
Once you return a product on the Register, Greenbits automatically adjusts your inventory and your current drawer's expected cash total to reflect the return.
Process an exchange
If you need to do an exchange, first process a return, and then ring a sale for the new item the customer wants.
Make sure your customers understand your store's return policy by adding it to your receipts.