For transactions other than "Bill Sender," "Bill Recipient" or "Bill Third Party," you must pay by cash (not accepted at all Fed Ex locations), check, money order or credit card. For "Bill Sender" and "Bill Third Party" transactions, packages will not be accepted unless you provide a valid Fed Ex account number.
For "Bill Recipient" transactions, packages can be tendered without payment, but in order for the package to be delivered, the recipient must provide a valid Fed Ex account number or pay with cash, check or money order at time of delivery.
Any requested change to an address that is not a reroute or an address correction is a new shipment, and new shipping charges will apply.For shipments tendered at a Fed Ex location after the last pickup time, the ship date is the next business day."Shipment" means one or more pieces, either packages or freight, moving on a single airbill. "Valid" as it relates to account numbers means a Fed Ex account number that has been issued by Fed Ex and that is in good credit standing.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.