I see now that the supplier is in Pakistan. Whilst you would usually have consumer rights in these circumstances, the main issue here is that the seller is not a UK one. This will, in turn, make it rather difficult to pursue these rights.
Under UK consumer laws you have various rights when purchasing online, if the retailer fails to honour these statutory rights, you would normally have the option of taking things further to Trading Standards and/or the Small Claims Court.
With a foreign seller, these options are not going to get you very far and even though you can potentially sue them, you will not be able to enforce the UK court judgment unless you transfer it to the country where the retailer is located. This will be a complex and expensive procedure and certainly not worth it, considering the amount in question. You will easily end up spending many times over the amount sought and potentially not get anything in return.
Unfortunately, these are well-known risks of purchasing from foreign retailers and whilst not all behave in such way if there is an issue, you do get some which simply won’t resolve any problems. You will eventually have to accept that legal action is unrealistic and accept this as an unfortunate event.
You can of course report this but what happens next will depend entirely on the authorities:
In order to report this, you should contact Action Fraud (The National Fraud and Cyber Crime Reporting Centre), by calling 0300(###) ###-####or online: https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/reporting-fraud-and-cyber-crime