Pretty sure What Consumer are wrong, been a long time since I studied law but I think you have a couple of options:-1) Do nothing but respond if they ask for the goods back - has to be at their own expense. If no contact for 6 months you can can keep the goods.2) Write to the company explaining the issue and giving them a reasonable time period (e.g. 28 days) to collect the goods after which you can do what you want with them. If they ask for them back (again has to be at their expense) and you refuse you are in danger of being prosecuted for theft, which is fair enough - you know you didn't pay for them!
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