Has anyone else had stuff come through the post saying if you don't want it return it by ringing an 0870 number (which can be used by companies to generate additional revenue). Had some encyclopedias come through the door from the Folio society, I didn't want them, didnt want my tidy house cluttered up with sh!t so left them in the back garden where I keep my building supplies. Although I did wrap a rubble sack round them, no doubt they are probably pretty water damaged by now but I really don't give a f*ck seeing as I never asked to baby sit some crappy books. I have since had several letters from the "debt recovery manager" talking about my order and threataining me with legal action, can they really have any grounds for legal action? Since I am neither a member nor ever expressed an interest in any mail order books or signed any sort of contract. My attitude is if they want the books they can come and fetch them themselves without expecting me to pay them for the phone call for something I didn't ask for, it's not my responsibility, that's fair enough isnt it? BTW these 0870 numbers are only about 60p a minute so the most it's gonna cost is about two quid but that's not the point is it.