"Retail Rates" apply to shipments originating in the U. that are paid for by cash, check, debit or credit card instead of being charged to a valid Fed Ex account."Return option" means Fed Ex Print Return Label, Fed Ex Email Return Label, Fed Ex Express Billable Stamp, Fed Ex Express Prepaid Stamp and Fed Ex Express Tag."Service failure" means delivery of your package 60 seconds or more after our published delivery commitment for the Fed Ex service for that package, except as otherwise described in these terms and conditions."Ship date" or "shipment date" is the date the shipment is tendered to Fed Ex.If the recipient refuses to pay, the package will be treated as undeliverable and the sender will be responsible for all transportation charges and other fees, including all special handling fees.
or less, and Fed Ex paks, boxes and tubes must weigh 50 lbs. "Freight" means any single piece, skid or freight handling unit with a chargeable weight greater than 150 lbs.
"Proof of delivery" means electronically captured delivery information, which may include date, time, location and signature information.
"Recipient" means the person whose name is listed on the airbill as the recipient.
Any fraction of a pound is rounded up to the next-higher pound.
"Freight handling unit" means any piece, skid, pallet, carton, crate or cargo that is unitized or bundled and individually identified with or without a forkliftable base.