Goods ordered from online shops can be delivered with cash-on-delivery by GLS, and the recipient pays for the goods upon delivery by the courier.
Advantages of this service
Automated SMS sent to the recipient with cash-on-delivery amount
Information of the cash amount is also shown at the address label
Money transfer within three working days
• Transfer money to the sender's account without delay
Cash transfer in bulk or individually
• Maximum cash-on-delivery amount CZK 60.000 per parcel
Option to pay in cash or with payment card
Receipts issued to the recipient
Online visible payment status
Recipient can choose to pay for the parcel by cash or by payment card. All drivers in Czech Republic are equiped with the contactless payment terminal and GLS accepts payment from all major providers.
Cash on delivery abroad
GLS offers safe and reliable parcel delivery with cash on delivery to these countries: Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania and Croatia.
Cash on delivery transfer
Collected cash is deposited at a separate bank account and transferred to the senders account in his currency as soon as possible after the delivery.
Printing a with cash-on-delivery amount
The total amount to be collected from the recipient at delivery is always displayed in full on the transport label. If GLS software is used for printing the label, the amount is shown automatically in the address label after transport data, with filled cash amounts.
Claim on cash-on-delivery
The cash on delivery service can be claimed by the senders of shipments from GLS CZ by e-mail email@example.com , proving the legitimacy of the request according to the business conditions.
GLS CZ hereby undertakes to cooperate with the sender to resolve the outstanding payment and transfer the money to his account without undue delay.It must be borne in mind that the recipient of the consignment is still the debtor until the end of the complaint procedure.
BusinessParcel & BusinessSmallParcel
Basic product for domestic parcel transport with solution for separate transport of small and fragile goods.