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FedEx CLAIMS OVERVIEW
 
A summary on how the claims process works. After you contact us with a damage or loss claim the following procedures will be followed.
 
A claim must be filed within 21 Days Of Shipping!
 
For A Damage Claim
  1. File A Claim Online : Brand New Engines submits claim form online
  2. Supporting Documents (if required) : Brand New Engines mails or faxes in supporting documents or submits them online
  3. Schedule An Inspection : FedEx will notify you (the customer) if an inspection is necessary for your claim
  4. Claims Under Review : FedEx claims agent will review and process your claim
  5. Claims Disposition : FedEx will inform you of the claims disposition
  • For A Loss Claim
  1. File A Claim Online : Brand New Engines submits a claim form online
  2. Supporting Documents (if required) : Brand New Engines mails or faxes in supporting documents or submits them online
  3. Trace For Loss Package : FedEx performs a trace on your loss package and notifies you of the outcome
  4. Claims Under Review : FedEx claims agent will review and process your claim
  5. Claims Disposition : Fed Ex will inform you of the claims disposition
Please Note : Most cases can be resolved in 5-7 buisness days after the claim form is recieved and additional claim documentation, unless additional time for research is needed.
 

 
 
 UPS Damaged Package Claims Process
Damaged Packages
Brand New Engines will contact UPS. After a damage inspection is performed by UPS, the shipper of record is contacted with the results. Depending on the results, the shipper can file a claim for the repair or replacement cost of the package contents up to the declared value.

The steps in a damaged package claim are as follows:
Damages



1. Damage Reported
Brand New Engines will submit documentation in support of the claim online, or by fax or mail, at the time damage is reported.  In the event that a damaged package is discovered while still in the UPS system, we will notify the shipper of record and provide details. Once damage has been reported, you can check the status of the claim online, anytime.

Note: Damage can be reported online only for packages that have an origination and destination within the United States. To report damage of international packages, contact UPS.
 

2. UPS Inspects Package if Required
UPS will inspect the damaged package to determine the cause of damage and verify proper packing materials were used (in accordance with the shipping terms). UPS may inspect the package at the shipper's or receiver's site, or may collect the package for inspection at a UPS facility.

Once the UPS investigation is complete, a notification letter will be mailed or faxed to the shipper. UPS will not send inspection information to the receiver of the package.

3. Claim Authorized
  • If the claim is issued, a Damage/Loss Notification claim letter will be mailed or faxed to the shipper of record; UPS will not send the claim letter to a receiver
  • If the claim is not approved, UPS will notify the shipper; the shipper can contact UPS with any questions or concerns

4. UPS Reviews Documents
It is essential that the shipper supplies UPS with documentation that supports the actual repair or replacement cost of the merchandise, up to the declared value, as requested in the Damage/Loss Notification claim letter. This documentation can be provided either when the damage is first reported, or after the Damage/Loss notification is issued. Supporting documentation can include original invoices, purchase orders, or other information required by UPS.

UPS will:

  • Determine the value declared, if any, for the contents of the package
  • Verify that the product falls within the guidelines of the UPS terms or contract with the shipper

A UPS mailing address and fax number will be provided in the Damage/Loss Notification claim letter. In addition, instructions on how to submit supporting documentation online will be provided.

5. Claim Paid
Once the claim has been approved and UPS receives the supporting documentation identified in the claim letter, payment will be processed. The claim payment may differ from the original amount requested depending on the documentation provided. Explanation of the difference in payment amount, if any, will be printed on the check stub. Typically, claim checks are mailed to the shipper's billing address on file three to five business days after UPS receives the required documentation.

In the event the claim is not approved for payment, UPS will contact the shipper.
 
 
 
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