Hi guys, (Sorry, posted in the Consumer Rights thread also, but it won't get views in there.) Need a little advice (if anyone reads this) - I ordered one of the "B Grade" U2711's from OCUK (Yes, silly me) - on Friday. I sent them a message on Monday saying I don't want it, don't send it and to refund me. They said just refuse delivery and they will refund me. Fine. So it arrives on Tuesday, I refuse delivery to be sent back to sender (OCUK). However, for some reason they re-delivered to my accommodations reception on the Wednesday (Yesterday) - who promptly sign for it. I have yet to sign for it personally, I have to sign a book at receptions office to get my parcel. So now i'm (well, reception until/IF I ever go to sign for it) stuck with a u2711 I don't want. I know I can still send it back under DSR - but it's gonna cost me money I don't have to do that which i'm sure OCUK aren't going to reimburse. Is it wrong for me to send them another "Note" on their site saying it's been re-delivered, why? and I expect them to send a courier to collect it as I haven't signed for it personally and didn't want the delivery. Anyone know where I stand with this?? :/ Can't be bothered with all this faff. It isn't helping my uni work thats for sure. haha. Any help appreciated, cheers.