I ordered a used lens from Amazon a little over a month ago for a very specific shoot. The shoot happened later than I had anticipated, and didn't work too well because I realized it still wasn't wide enough for the effect I needed. I ordered the wider lens I needed from somewhere else, and initiated a return for the lens to Amazon. Last month was very hectic for me, and since I live away at college I am only back home during the weekends. I don't take any of my camera gear to college because of high theft around there. The return was due for April 2nd. I had a family member drop it off March 31st at night, I guess it was too late to go out the same day, so the lens arrived to Amazon returns on April 3rd. I figured it wasn't a big deal, because personally as a seller, I'd never reject someone's return for it being a day late. About a week later, I was surprised to find out the lens was sent back. I opened the box up and there was a piece of paper in there with "return window expired" written in sharpie. The lens was packed so poorly. It looked like someone just threw it in a box and shipped it back with no thought put into the packing. The $1,400 lens was LOOSE in the box with only an air pouch. No bubble wrap around the actual lens...it wasn't even in its soft canon pouch at the very least. I was never notified that they were returning the lens back to me and it was left at the doorstep. Luckily I came home that day from college and was able to bring it in. I wrote to Amazon letting them know I was very disappointed last Friday. Haven't heard anything back yet. Am I right in expecting I should be able to make a return or am I overreacting? Just wanted a third party perspective. The lens looks OK physically but haven't had the chance to test it on a camera body.