Hello, my name is Ben and it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. Did they pay what they were ordered to?
Yes they did
If the bundle initially cost £370 and you were compensated for £340, the it is very likely that this would have covered the whole bundle, rather than individual items within it, and certainly not the motherboard alone, assuming that only had a value of around £150. In other words the court will only compensate you for the value of the items under dispute, they would not add on compensation for inconvenience, as a penalty, for stress, etc. So you have basically been compensated for the full bundle taking into account any usage costs or depreciation in value. As such, you would be expected to return the items as a bundle to the seller because you should not be refunded the value of the bundle and then also allowed to keep it as you would then be in profit and that is not what legal action would have intended.
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