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Otto Market provides receipts to the customers to document financial processes.
Purchase receipts document pricing positions for which a customer will receipt goods and has to pay. These receipts contain information per order, partner and shipment. They are created, when ordered items are shipped to the customer. Each shipped item will be billed exactly once. However, there can be more than one purchase receipt per order. Shipping costs are billed only once per partner and order and are therefore only shown once in case of partial shipments. Surcharges that a financial service provider charges for processing special payment methods are no part of the purchase receipts of Otto Market.
Refund receipts are created when returned items are accepted or partial credit notes are issued in case of complaints. These receipts therefore document reimbursements of credit memos to the customer. A refund receipt normally contains an item reference. In very rare cases, however, refund receipts can also be created to repay shipping costs billed for full returns.
There are two different types mentioned in receipt.type for refunds. Based on these types refunds can be distinguished in refunds as a gesture of goodwill to avoid returns, so-called PARTIAL_REFUNDs, and refunds triggered by return or cancellation processes, so-called REFUNDs.
On all documents you will usually find
Some details can only be found on the pdf documents. These include for example:
Below you find the end points which can use to retrieve this information from the Receipts API.
All interfaces expect the consumer to be logged in. All endpoints only allow access to the receipts a consumer has rights for. A partner is only allowed to see receipts that are generated in his name.
This changelog will document all relevant changes in our interface. Kudos to https://keepachangelog.com/de/1.0.0/