What Does Urge Delivery Mean on Shein?

July 16, 2023
David Sunnyside

The "Urge Delivery" system is a great way for Shein to show their customer support and commitment to getting your orders out to you in record time. It costs nothing to use and will help you avoid any delivery delays or problems. It also gives you the peace of mind to know that your order is on its way to you and that Shein is working hard to get it there.

When you see the status on your Shein account of “In Dispatch”, this means that the items for your order are being sent to your local warehouse. From there, they will be packaged into a box and labeled with your name, address, contact number, and shipping invoice before being transported to the local courier company for distribution to your home.

Your package may encounter a few issues that can delay its progress along the way. The most common problem is bad weather, which can prevent your delivery driver from getting to your home or even being able to deliver the package to its intended recipient. You can also experience a delay in your delivery due to a holiday or promotion that Shein is holding.

If you notice any of these issues, you can manually confirm your delivery on your Shein account by logging into your account and clicking on the “Confirm Delivery” button. However, you should always confirm your delivery only once you have received your products. Otherwise, you could run into product or delivery problems that might require a return.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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