Just a thought:

Since the vendor is ready to "buy" from you, create a sales order, ship it and invoice it. You can use order notes to refer to the original purchase.

If the PO is fully costed and paid off via ACP then reopening the PO, receiving a negative quantity and requesting a credit via ACP may not be an option.


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On 5/11/2021 9:16 AM, Ted Schreiber wrote:
Does anyone know the proper transaction for returning a received purchase order to a vendor for credit? I do not see the option in the PUR module for an RMA like I do in the Sales Module. We have an overstock of a purchased item and the vendor has agreed to buy it back from us.


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