I'm hoping someone else might give me some advice on what to do. I ordered a 7" Android tablet from merrimobiles.com - they were the only ones that said they had the one I wanted in stock, though I've found as many people who like dealing with them as say stay away so I took the chance and ordered. Now I just got an e-mail from "Phillip" (doubt it's his actual name) at merrimobiles.com informing me that they shipped TWO of the tablets I ordered by mistake and it says I need to send the extra back to them or they'll bill me for it. Unfortunately the only delivery options given to me when I ordered were DHL or Air Mail. The latter had a delivery time of about a month, so I reluctantly selected DHL - having very low confidence they'll actually deliver ONE to me, much less two. I'm well aware of DHL's terrible reputation. Which makes me even less confident that I'll be able to send the extra one BACK to Hong Kong via them, or can I simply refuse to accept it and DHL will return it? I'm assuming if I don't sign for it Merrimobiles can't bill me for it anyway, right? I just have a terrible feeling now that I'm going to end up with none of what I ordered, only one of the two they shipped and get billed for the extra one I didn't even get, or try to return the extra and still get billed for it. Which begs the question, if they've shipped it to me by mistake, can they even legally bill me for it under US law in the first place? I paid via PayPal, so it's not like they have my CC number or anything. I'm guessing this isn't the first time Merrimobiles has done this, so I'm hoping someone here has some advice for me on how to deal with this snafu.