I usually have my amazon orders delivered to my folk's house (as my postman has a tendency to keep my parcels for himself) but while I was in my local Nisa store earlier (located not three-minutes away) I noticed they had one of those Amazon collection point locker things in there. So when I got back I decided to give it a try by ordering a cheap book. Never having used it, and unable to find any delivery reference for these collection points at checkout, I used their help chat service to ask the question. Turns out it's as simple as adding the store's address as your delivery address, and then waiting for an email with the locker code once it's been delivered. However, I bought the book used from one of the market sellers rather than direct from Amazon, and now find myself wondering how it's all going to work. For instance, how will the seller know he's delivering it to one of these collection points rather than a regular resindental address? And how will he know he has to send me the code for the locker? For that matter, how does the seller even obtain this lock code? During my chat with help at Amazon I didn't stress I was buying it from a market seller, but nor did they tell me the service was only available when ordering direct from Amazon.