answered on 28/12/2016
This would depend on what you have done with the items, as well as the surrounding circumstances. Where you have not used the items, you may be able to return them instead of making payment. Alternatively, if you have, you may be liable to pay for the price of the items that you have used, unless it is found that the goods are "unsolicited goods" under section 2 of the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) (Opt-Out Practices) Regulations 2009, whereupon the company would not have a claim against you. This is a finding of fact based on the circumstances of the delivery and your subsequent actions.