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suspended5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Hi,

I bought 3 boxsets of friends from tesco when they were £19.99 (Total: 59.97)

I then cancelled a day later.
They have now turned up!?! but the funny thing is they haven't taken money from my account and on the tesco entertainement order history screen it says I have no recent orders! Is there a chance I may have got away with 3 boxsets or could they realise their mistake. (Is this common with them)

Thinking of cancelling my card just incase so they can't take it.
Any thoughts?
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suspended5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Happened before with a blu-ray with several people.
suspended#2
And did it have a happy outcome with them...?

<<Waits nervously for answer... :|
#3
I'd hapilly buy one from you missed out first time round.
1 Like #4
Did you sign for them?
suspended#5
Ooh they did take it, they took it out 2 weeks ago. I cancelled and they still send! Grrr

No... hmm... That gives me an idea Adam (_;)


Edited By: jonny619447 on Dec 17, 2010 09:26
#6
lol
#7
jonny619447
Ooh they did take it, they took it out 2 weeks ago. I cancelled and they still send! Grrr

No... hmm... That gives me an idea Adam (_;)



Waits for the abuse to you start from the usual suspects.
banned#8
note that you wont be able to sell them on here for more than £19.99
#9
Don't the goods still remain the property of the company that sent them for 6 months or 30 days after you have informed them in writing to collect the items and they fail to do so. Cancelling the card will not achieve anything as they still have your details to persue payment. Wouldn't do anything brash with them just yet.
#10
newbie1001
Don't the goods still remain the property of the company that sent them for 6 months or 30 days after you have informed them in writing to collect the items and they fail to do so. Cancelling the card will not achieve anything as they still have your details to persue payment. Wouldn't do anything brash with them just yet.
i think because he hasnt signed for them he is thinking of telling them he hasnt recieved them so can get a refund and keep them for free!!
#11
Want to sell one?
#12
newbie1001
Don't the goods still remain the property of the company that sent them for 6 months or 30 days after you have informed them in writing to collect the items and they fail to do so. Cancelling the card will not achieve anything as they still have your details to persue payment. Wouldn't do anything brash with them just yet.


But the OP has paid for them... (see post 5)

OP - are you still waiting for the refund then? but you have the goods??

Just ebay them and make a bit of cash.
#13
greyparrot
i think because he hasnt signed for them he is thinking of telling them he hasnt recieved them so can get a refund and keep them for free!!

I'm not here to lecture people ( ;) ), but this is a bit extreme. 2 wrongs don't make a right!

Personally, I'd play this one with a 'straight bat' and just resell them. You'll get rid of them no bother and won't have to worry about messy returns procedures etc.
suspended 1 Like #14
1:) I'm not going to sell them on here, Obviously I'd like to make a few quid out of them.
2:) I May tell Tesco I didn't recieve them, not dishonest but I did cancel them and the cheeky gits sent them anyway.
3:) Merry Christmas everyone :)
[helper] 1 Like #15
jonny619447
They have now turned up

jonny619447
I May tell Tesco I didn't recieve them

Thats probably fraud......
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jonny619447
2:) I May tell Tesco I didn't recieve them, not dishonest but I did cancel them and the cheeky gits sent them anyway.


Still fraud, as you have received them. Either sell them or return them... Committing fraud for £60 isn't worth it.
suspended#17
I tell you what fraud is, sending something they don't want in the hope they will keep the order and not return them. Tesco's and these other big companies play people all the time with "bait and switch" tactics and the like and so I have absolutely no problems with taking a little back from them.

Edited By: jonny619447 on Dec 17, 2010 18:33: .
[helper] 1 Like #18
jonny619447
I tell you what fraud is, sending something they don't want in the hope they will keep the order and not return them. Tesco's and these other big companies play people all the time with "bait and switch" tactics and the like and so I have absolutely no problems with taking a little back from them.

You can tell yourself that till you're blue in the face - but to then lie about not receiving just to get the money back is still fraud. If you don't want them, send them back.......simple

And after you're comments about being happy to commit fraud - I'd think twice about buying anything in the for sale forum - if you don't "receive" the item it will look very suspicious

Edited By: gari189 on Dec 17, 2010 18:44
[mod]#19
jonny619447
I tell you what fraud is, sending something they don't want in the hope they will keep the order and not return them. Tesco's and these other big companies play people all the time with "bait and switch" tactics and the like and so I have absolutely no problems with taking a little back from them.


You have made yourself out to be such a dishonest person that I hope you do not rely on this site for anything from other members.

Keep convincing yourself you aren't doing anything wrong. I hope this comes back to bite you.

Merry Christmas.
suspended#20
magicjay1986
jonny619447
I tell you what fraud is, sending something they don't want in the hope they will keep the order and not return them. Tesco's and these other big companies play people all the time with "bait and switch" tactics and the like and so I have absolutely no problems with taking a little back from them.


You have made yourself out to be such a dishonest person that I hope you do not rely on this site for anything from other members.

Keep convincing yourself you aren't doing anything wrong. I hope this comes back to bite you.

Merry Christmas.


Do you have trouble reading or are you just plain fickle?

So its ok for companies as I say to send me things in the hope I will not cancel (is that not dishonest, in a sense?) and then I have to spend my own money to return them (that is probably going to cost me about £7-8.

People like you will let big companies walk over you all the time, and Tesco may not know but I will know and be happy that they are not winning against me because they are a "big company"

Also I said "I may", I did not say "I would". Also are you speaking for the site when you say Don't expect anything from the members, what do I ever ask for from the members? And maybe if you got your head out your ass you would see that it isn't up to you what I or anyone else does

Merry Christmas to you sir
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jonny619447
magicjay1986
jonny619447
I tell you what fraud is, sending something they don't want in the hope they will keep the order and not return them. Tesco's and these other big companies play people all the time with "bait and switch" tactics and the like and so I have absolutely no problems with taking a little back from them.


You have made yourself out to be such a dishonest person that I hope you do not rely on this site for anything from other members.

Keep convincing yourself you aren't doing anything wrong. I hope this comes back to bite you.

Merry Christmas.


Do you have trouble reading or are you just plain fickle?

So its ok for companies as I say to send me things in the hope I will not cancel (is that not dishonest, in a sense?) and then I have to spend my own money to return them (that is probably going to cost me about £7-8.

People like you will let big companies walk over you all the time, and Tesco may not know but I will know and be happy that they are not winning against me because they are a "big company"

Also I said "I may", I did not say "I would". Also are you speaking for the site when you say Don't expect anything from the members, what do I ever ask for from the members? And maybe if you got your head out your ass you would see that it isn't up to you what I or anyone else does

Merry Christmas to you sir


Yes, I did read what you put. As a "man of the law" I condemn your actions. You have some choices. These are:

1. You can telephone Tesco and ask for a full refund and then return the items; or
2. Sell the items legitimately and possibly make some profit.

Instead you are deciding to be dishonest and say that you did not receive the items. How am I being fickle or having trouble reading? Do not try and make me out to be the guilty party in all of this when you are quite happy to do what you want to do.

I do not care how big or successful the other company is. What you want to do is totally unacceptable.
suspended#22
I haven't said I am going to do it, and I have no want or need to have arguements on this site. It has just really p***** me off that even though I cancelled tesco stilll sent me the items!

Yes I could sell them on ebay and near enough double my money, but then Tesco have won. Its these companies that need taking to task for their dishonest roles!
[mod]#23
jonny619447
I haven't said I am going to do it, and I have no want or need to have arguements on this site. It has just really p***** me off that even though I cancelled tesco stilll sent me the items!

Yes I could sell them on ebay and near enough double my money, but then Tesco have won. Its these companies that need taking to task for their dishonest roles!


When you say dishonest, you mean "mistake". This could EASILY be rectified by you returning these items and being put in to your pre-contractual position. Maybe then you wouldn't feel so, as you put it, "p***** off".
[helper]#24
jonny619447
Yes I could sell them on ebay and near enough double my money


Ebay is probably your best bet but many people will have had the same idea as you - you can buy these for £40 in the supermarkets so that probably means £35 if you shop around. If you include postage etc and ebay fees you'll probably be lucky to clear £30. £40 is a bit optimistic especially as it won't be delivered in time for Xmas so people won't be buying them as pressies....

And I mean this in a helpful way....

Edited By: gari189 on Dec 17, 2010 19:13
#25
its a shame there are so many dishonest people in the world
suspended#26
gari189
jonny619447
Yes I could sell them on ebay and near enough double my money


Ebay is probably your best bet but many people will have had the same idea as you - you can buy these for £40 in the supermarkets so that probably means £35 if you shop around. If you include postage etc and ebay fees you'll probably be lucky to clear £30. £40 is a bit optimistic especially as it won't be delivered in time for Xmas so people won't be buying them as pressies....

And I mean this in a helpful way....


I will keep them for a month or so let the people who already have them to sell to get rid of them and then I will sell them. Advice appreciated :)
suspended#27
StevenBrown
its a shame there are so many dishonest people in the world


Comment not needed...

Go away :)
banned#28
jonny619447
gari189
jonny619447
Yes I could sell them on ebay and near enough double my money
Ebay is probably your best bet but many people will have had the same idea as you - you can buy these for £40 in the supermarkets so that probably means £35 if you shop around. If you include postage etc and ebay fees you'll probably be lucky to clear £30. £40 is a bit optimistic especially as it won't be delivered in time for Xmas so people won't be buying them as pressies....And I mean this in a helpful way....
I will keep them for a month or so let the people who already have them to sell to get rid of them and then I will sell them. Advice appreciated :)
I would send them back straight away , sounds like they are cursed, will bring you plenty of bad luck and misfortune ......
#29
If you have received the item I would just wait and see if they realise the error and charge your card. Then and only then can you say I cancelled the order but you still posted. You do know that you can easily return any online item in-store as well you dont have to return post. I wouldnt pretend and say you havent received the item when you cancelled your order the next day or whenever you did........ thats very underhand, when they havent charged you.

Edited By: angelnas on Dec 17, 2010 19:35
[mod]#30
angelnas
If you have received the item I would just wait and see if they realise the error and charge your card. Then and only then can you say I cancelled the order but you still posted. You do know that you can easily return any online item in-store as well you dont have to return post. I wouldnt pretend and say you havent received the item when you cancelled your order the next day or whenever you did........ thats very underhand, when they havent charged you.


They have taken the money.
#31
I too used to be a thief, then I realised Karma can be the biggest bitch in the world (makes my ex wife look house trained!!), it WILL catch up with you eventually and you will regret it.









Oh and prison porridge really is that bad, the cornflakes are a value brand and the toast is cold and soggy.
#32
Theft and fraud.................what a hardman.
#33
It's like you're always stuck in second gear !
suspended#34
gbspurs
Theft and fraud.................what a hardman.


Theft? I've paid for them so Its not theft. I didn't say I was going to report them undelivered.
Starting arguements on an internet forum, your a hardman too sweetheart (_;)
#35
Surely if you stated to tesco you never got the items you would get a refund. In which case you would have the items and have not paid. Sounds like theft to me. And of course the act of pretending to not received the good would be fraud. So yeah I stand by my statement.
#36
By the way you just said you never said that you were going to say they weren't delivered, but only one page ago you said "I May tell Tesco I didn't recieve them". So we can add liar to your impressive resume.
#37
angelnas
You do know that you can easily return any online item in-store as well you dont have to return post.

No you cannot. Their returns policy clearly states that TescoEnt purchases cannot be returned instore (TescoEnt is essentially run as a separate entity).
suspended#38
gbspurs
By the way you just said you never said that you were going to say they weren't delivered, but only one page ago you said "I May tell Tesco I didn't recieve them". So we can add liar to your impressive resume.


Saying "I may" is not saying "I will"

Now we can add stupid to your list of attibutes :)
suspended#39
Got to love all the innocent good people on this site, innocent yeah... my ****!
#40
Ok mate. Whatever makes you sleep better.

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