|Topic:||Re:Consumer Contracts Regulations ?|
|Posted by:||Gervase Harson|
|IMHO you are entitled to exercise your rights within these regulations to return the laptop if you haven't used it. |
So long as you have not damaged it when you inspected it then I think you should be ok.
In fact, Argos's Returns Policy states how the regulations apply and says this:
You can cancel anytime from placing your order up to the end of a period 14 days after you take possession of the goods (or in the case of a multiple order, the last part of the order).
Please take reasonable care of the goods, we are entitled to deduct an amount from the refund to reflect any loss in value of the goods supplied, if the loss is the result of unnecessary handling of the goods by you.
Please make it clear when you cancel that you are cancelling under the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation & Additional Charges) Regulations.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Consumer Contracts Regulations ?||30/09/14 14:12:00||George Turner|
|Re:Consumer Contracts Regulations ?||30/09/14 16:06:00||Gervase Harson|