Call your credit card company and cancel the payment. Then refuse the delivery (hopefully you're home when it comes).
This is a real jerk-ish way to act. Most merchant accounts fine the retailer for refused payments (anywhere from $20-50 per incident) and that's a charge they end up eating. Anyone who does this to the company I work for gets banned for life.jrm01 said:Call your credit card company and cancel the payment. Then refuse the delivery (hopefully you're home when it comes).
If you have used tivo before you may want to keep you tivos as the VAST majority of cable co. dvrs do not give you what you are looking for, also you have 30 days you may want to compare the cable co. dvr and the tivoClaribel60 said:I wanted to get Tivo because I had just bought cable. I got a free upgrade to a cable box with a dvr. I had already ordered the Tivo by then. The cable has already been paid for and now I won't have any use for the tivo. I had just completed the order an hour before I called to cancel-I thought I had enough time to cancel the order. Also, the boxes won't be shipped until the next business day so I thought I still had time. Now I have a feeling that I am going to wind up with having to pay for return shipping-ugh!