I ordered some goods from an Amazon marketplace seller and they are nothing like I expected.
On the day I received the goods I notified them that the goods were not as
In repsonse, they issued a return address label but are asking me to pay
the postage. Both myself and the seller are in the UK.
I have tried to understand if the Consumer Contract Regulations help me but
I can't find any clear advice about who pays return delivery charges!
Doesn't the seller pay return postage for good which are rejected within a
week or two?
- posted 5 years ago