ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- On Tues, May 5th, 2015 I placed an online order with 1800FLOWERS.com for Mother's Day May 10, 2015. The flowers were scheduled to be delivered on Sat, May 9th. The cost for order was $80.00. I received an email from 1800Flowers.com on Sat, May 9th stating that the flowers had been delivered. I called my mother at 7:30am on Mother's Day to ask her how she liked her flowers and she responded that she has not receive any flowers. I was in shock and mad.
I hung up with my mother and immediately called the customer service # 1-800-716-4851. I spoke with a representative who states her name was Amy. I informed Amy of my situation and she stated that she would call the florist. She put me on hold for 10 minutes and then returned and told me that they were closed and to call them (1800FLOWERS) back in 20 minutes (???). Shouldn't you call me back and let me know what is going on with my delivery.....
I called back @ 9:04 am and spoke with a male who stated his name was "Bruce". Again explained the situation with the flowers not being delivered the day before and he just kept stating that according to the florist documentation that they had been delivered (So I am just wasting time on my Mother's Day to call and complain about nothing). I assured him that they had not been delivered and asked can they be delivered today. He also tried calling the florist and informed me that they were closed at the moment and he would call me back within the hour with an update regarding my situation.
As of 1:22PM I had not received a call back from 1800FLOWERS.com. Again, for the 3rd time I called them. At 1:22PM I spoke with Meme and again explained my situation for the 3rd time. She also kept saying, "I am sorry" but offered no resolution. I had to ask her, "When will my flowers be delivered?" She put me on hold for 15 minutes, came back to the line and informed me that she had located another florist who was willing to deliver the flowers today but my order would change from pink roses to red roses. I told her that was fine I just wanted my paid order delivered today. She assured me that they would be delivered today. I was happy and thanked her.
At 2:32pm I listen to a voicemail from 1800FLOWERS. I was informed that the florist was overwhelmed with orders and that my order would not be delivered today or ever. They were refunding me my money and it reflect in my account in 5-7 days. WHAT??? They did not even attempt to deliver the next day. This was totally unacceptable to me so I called again. This time I spoke to a representative who told me her name was "Lenny". I explained the situation about the non-delivery and told her that I lived in RI and my mother resides in GA. I wanted these flowers delivered to her.
She also put me on hold for about 15 minutes before returning to the line to tell me because it was so late in the day the flowers would be delivered on Monday, May 11th but I had to select another bouquet because the florist would not be able to complete my previous order. I then selected the "Expressions of Pink" bouquet. She again put me on hold to speak with the florist regarding my order. I was informed that the florist would not be able to complete this order because of the pink roses.
The representative also informed me that she see that I was given a refund that should reflect in my account in about 5-7 business days and that this delivery might be may be a problem (???). I just hung up. I was frustrated, mad and sad that my mother did not receive her flowers on Mother's Day. I placed this order with 1800FLOWERS on Tuesday May 5th and they had no problem taking my money on that day but on May 10th they had a problem fulfilling the order that a florist they pick did not deliver.
I will never do business with this company ever again. I have informed my husband that from now on we will call 1800PROFLOWERS and we place order at least 4-5 times a year. I will inform my friends, relatives and co-workers of this incident and request that they also only do business with 1800PROFLOWERS.
Several years ago I saw an episode of Undercover Boss that featured CEO, James McCann and his brother Christopher McCann. In this episode they spoke of how they grew their company into a million dollar company by listening to their customers. I do not believe that your customers informed you to give them "terrible" service by not making deliveries nor not caring about them. I am talking about Mother's Day. If your company can't complete orders for Mother's day then your company should not be in business.
This is one of the most important days for a mother. To be shown appreciation and gratitude and to say thank you with pretty bouquet of flowers. This is what I had aimed to do for my mother on this Mother's Day. I just want to thank you for absolutely "nothing" and ruining it for my mother. I will never deal with this company again.
I have to let people know a little inside of 1800Flowers. I was hired to work for them (FROM HOME) a couple weeks ago. This basically sums up the letter I sent to the company telling them how I felt. Please note I have seen lots of customers complaining about service failure (Product not showing up) and all 1800F says is "sorry" and don't care: THIS IS A EMAIL I SENT TO ONE OF THE BIG PEOPLE @ 1800 FLOWERS BECAUSE OF HOW THEY TREAT EMPLOYEES:
"As you can see I am sending (copying this to everyone who I have worked with). Right now I have no words to say to you how you acted on the phone to me yesterday. When I called you it seemed as if you were one of those top executives sitting at your desk not caring about me, my issues or anything like that. I told you I had something planned tomorrow (FRIDAY 2/15) and you would say it would go against me and my performance. REALLY???? Today after having problems I was informed at 3:00PM that you sent a mass email in all the 'GROUPS' saying we are all no longer needed and we were done at 1:00PM today; is that why I worked till 3:00PM????
You also said out schedules from this day forward are NOT VALID ANYMORE (I FOUND THIS OUT AT 3:00PM FROM A MANAGER WITH YOUR COMPANY WHO HAD RESPECT TO TELL ME.) Oh does this mean you guys have to pay us because we were scheduled to work tomorrow?? What do you think we should just drop everything for your company and then get a nice letter saying were terminated? I believe this is totally bullcrap.
Many of us were lied too when we were hired, According to you yesterday this wasn't the case that all of us were told we would be seasonal only as needed: We were promised two weeks of work at least (WITH THE CHANCES OF BECOMING FULL TIME) but I guess that turned out to be a complete and total lie. You said that wasn't correct?? Is that the case then why not tell everyone who I have spoken with.
I BELIEVE YOU'RE A Complete LIAR! I know this is probably going to get me terminated but honestly right now if I am so let it be; I can find a better company to work for without any problems. Everyday I made sure my stats were impressive and made sure I provided world class service. Some of my customers I went beyond with; I helped someone ship to another country where you guys didn't.
She sent me a nice email as you can see: 'Thank you so much for being so thoughtful and determined to help me!!! I really appreciate all of your help, and I know you will be paid forward! God bless you.' FYI: I am still chatting with her and willing to help her get flowers by another company with a better understanding how to treat customers.
I have some other feedback from people saying I went beyond what anyone else has done for them. Why did I do this because I CARE ABOUT CUSTOMERS. Today I got so many calls with people saying their order wasn't delivered (from yesterday), the flowers arrived dead etc. They all wanted customer service; I personally dialed the number to get someone but it says calls can't be completed: OH THEN YOU TURN AROUND AND GET RID OF US ALL... All your company cares about is sending us MASS emails saying to "SELL THE MOST EXPENSIVE THING" and then turn around and treat us like CRAP.
I sent in a correction with my hours; if I am not paid correctly I am going to the Department of Hour/Wages for Fraud on your part. I know the hours I worked but never got a response back - geez wonder why maybe you're behind all of the mess ups. I am so glad I have work lined up tomorrow; I am so glad I had this lined up when I got y scheduled with 1-800-Flowers because I knew this job couldn't last especially how YOU TREATED US!!!!!! I CANNOT SAY ANY OTHER PERSON TREATED AS SLAVES LIKE YOU DID. You're the one that needs an attitude adjustment, maybe you need to get your head out of your rear and stop smoking crack!
Oh yeah ** (who was in my class) brought it up the attention of many of you that her email address was NOT CORRECTED. You never had the respect to change it. I told you this one wasn't going to be active. I got it changed but still receiving stuff from it - again. Maybe your on a little too much crack and don't care about us? If you have any questions please let me know. Thanks."
Would I work for them again? Yeah because I liked customers. I didn't like the fact they treated us so poorly and many customers had some issues with 1800Flowers. I was one of them willing to do something about it. SO THINK YOU CAN GET AWAY WITH SPENDING LESS MONEY WITH 1800 FLOWERS? HERE IS EMAIL I RECEIVED TELLING US WE HAVE TO SELL THE MOST EXPENSIVE ITEMS:
"Important Policy Change effective NOW! Survival Guide is Mandatory!!! Over the past few weeks we have advised everyone to utilize the survival guide located on the intranet when offering products to your customers. We have now incorporated the survival guide as selling policy. The survival guide is not optional, it is MANDATORY for everyone. (Yes, this means you!)
At the start of your shift, you MUST pull up the survival guide. Where can it be found? Go to the intranet, select SURVIVAL GUIDE from the purple menu on the left. Hint - refresh this page through your shift for the most up-to-date products. These selections may change through the course of your shift.
The flow of your call should be as follows: Follow welcome screen entering occasion code and recipient zip code. If the occasion is one of the selected occasions (shown below) you MUST offer the first product on survival guide for that occasion. Be sure to ask, 'How does that sound?' after each offer you make. (Never offer the next item without first asking, 'How does that sound?')
Read the scripts provided to ensure you are giving the customer a complete understanding of the item. Please DO NOT read all the items at one time, as this is confusing for the customer. The dimensions on the guide are for your information only and are not part of the script, they should not be read to the customer. You may respond to their questions on size with the dimensions that are noted. Be sure to state that the items/components may vary. You will need to offer items from the survival guide for these categories only: Valentine's Day, Birthday, Thank you, Get Well, Anniversary, Sympathy for the Home.
Remember you are the specialist and our customers rely on YOU to offer appropriate products. If a customer states specifically they are looking for an item, you should follow their lead. F11 is still our friend!! We will have customers that do not want anything on the survival guide or that may already have a product in mind. If an item is not covered by a category please refer to F11.
If it has been observed that an agent is not using the survival guide (determined by test call/service observance call) the agent will be placed on a performance action plan. If we conduct a test call/service observance call and the agent passes, we will add 5 funbucks to your account! We encourage all of you to speak with your DCM if you need coaching in this area. If you would like additional suggestions on how to offer these products please check with the HD staff. Thank you, 1800Flowers.com Management."
Basically this post has been put here to tell people my opinion of 1800-Flowers and how they treat employees + customers. If a customer's order doesn't arrive they believe in just "giving them a future coupon to us - not refunding the money or anything else."
CARLE PLACE, NEW YORK -- Figuring there might be problems with deliveries on Mother's Day (5/8/11), I thought I'd try to get ahead of the rush. On May 5, 2011 I placed an order with 1800Flowers.com for two identical items, one going to my mother and one to my daughter-in-law. Both of these individuals live in the same county, in the same state. The order confirmation I received at 10:05 AM indicated normal delivery hours were 9 AM to 7 PM - I figured great, that gives them roughly 9 hours - shouldn't be any problem getting them delivered.
I got a delivery confirmation for one of the orders later that night (5/5) but nothing regarding the second order. The next day (5/6) I used the 'Track Orders' option on the 1800Flowers.com website and saw there wasn't delivery information for order number two. I noticed a note on the webpage that indicated sometimes the independent florists do not notify them quickly so there could be a delay in the information shown. Fair enough.
I called the 1800Flowers.com customer service number at 11 AM and spoke to ** in customer service. After being on hold for 10 minutes, ** came back online and told me they could not get in touch with the florist to either confirm delivery or let me know the order hadn't been delivered. I explained to ** how frustrating this was and now the only thing I could do was contact either my son or daughter-in-law to find out if delivery was made.
I contacted my son and he let me know there had been no delivery as of 1:30 PM on 5/6. I sent an email to customer service via their 'Contact Us' page and explained all the details and posted a 'not-so-nice' comment on their Facebook page. Someone named ** with the company sent me a private message on Facebook asking for the details and said she would try to help me.
After some back and forth she apologized and said delivery would happen Saturday (5/7) and they would give me a 50% credit for the delivery - not great but... okay. The flowers would get there by Mother's Day at least. She could not tell me A) Why the flowers were not delivered on 5/5 or B) Why the flowers were not going to be delivered that day (5/6).
Later that evening I received an email from a ** with 1800Flowers.com customer service who apologized (so that's 3 people telling me how sorry they are but no resolution....) and that the florist had been contacted and delivery WOULD happen on Saturday 5/7.
Guess what?!?! As of 8:45 PM on 5/7 - there's NO FLOWERS! I immediately called customer service and got another ** who was, not surprisingly, the 4th person to apologize and put me on hold to check on the order. When he came back online, he informed me again that he was sorry for the inconvenience and proceeded to tell me the delivery would be scheduled for TUESDAY, MAY 10TH! Almost 1 WEEK after the original SAME-DAY delivery order was placed on MAY 5TH!!
By this time I am furious and tell him this is unacceptable and to just cancel the order and refund the charge. He says he understands and can cancel the order and I "should", NOT WILL but "should" see a credit in 5-7 business days. Really? REALLY?? When the order was placed on 5/5, my card was hit on 5/5 for the order and NOW he's saying it "should" be refunded in over a week???
Moral of the story is, I will NEVER use this company again and I will make sure my family, friends and colleagues understand just what type of service 1800Flowers.com provides. I'll be spending my Mother's Day disputing the charge... joy! (sarcasm/rant!)
CARLE PLACE, NEW YORK -- Picture this. Your 81 year old mother sits home alone on her birthday in anticipation of the flowers her children send her annually. She waits all day. And waits, and waits. Nothing comes. She feels her children have forgotten her birthday. Her heart is broken. That is exactly what just happened (again!) this week.
Can't relate to an elderly mother? How angry would be feel if you personally ordered flowers for your wife on Valentine's Day and nothing showed until 2-3 days later? How would she feel? This is what happens when your company cannot deliver what it promises.
I know as a company reaching a billion dollars in revenues, you probably don't care about this situation, but rather revenues, profitability and shareholder satisfaction. But I do, so please read on. In order to assure our mother would receive her flowers ON her birthday, I ordered them the morning of 4/14/2011, for a delivery on 4/15/2011, as you will see from my confirmation and the (useless and erroneous) "tracking" page your company sends out.
The tracking page states the order status as "Delivery on Truck", which was a blatant lie. I called this morning, 4/16/2011 at 9:00 am and asked if the representative could contact the florist, as your policy prohibits your customer from actually speaking to them.
I was placed on hold for roughly ten minutes, and when the representative came back on, I was told the flowers would be delivered by noon today, a day AFTER her birthday and the order delivery date. AGAIN, THEY WERE NOT!
I emailed your customer service dept and explained this situation, and basically, the only response was that they could not give out the florist's info for me to personally contact. They NEVER EVEN ADDRESSED THE ISSUE OF NON-DELIVERY! Is that what your company considers "customer service"? (I've included this ridiculous correspondence as well.)
I called, yet again, at noon and spoke with another rep, who told me he is seeing the delivery date as 4/16/2011 again, erroneous by all counts, as the enclosed documentation states. The earlier representative must have changed the delivery date. Either way, I asked the second customer "service" representative to call the florist again, to verify that they were at least in route. When the representative came back on, I was now told they could have them delivered by 3:00pm.
Let's sum this up: I ordered the flowers at about 11:00am (CST) on Thursday for a Friday Delivery. By Friday afternoon at 3:19pm (CST), the status stated "Delivery on Truck". Friday came and went. NO DELIVERY. Saturday morning 9:00am (CST) I speak with a "customer service" representative who tells me the order, albeit already a day late, will be delivered by noon. My mother would not be home after 12:30, as I explained to the first representative. I emailed customer service, and nothing about the order was even addressed, just the protection of the florist's identity and the canned, scripted email I've attached.
I called at around 11:30am (CST) and was now told they would be thereby 3:00pm, which was now, too late. Furious at how inept your system, process and communication (or lack of) is, I canceled the order. Do you see how absolutely ridiculous the process is? Do you have enough heart, compassion and understanding to realize how missed dates of your product deliveries effect loved ones? I have ordered from your company for many, many years, but this was the last straw. I don't care at all about the "refund" that was supposed to placate me. I care about the emotions of my elderly mother.
Again, I doubt you even care about this, but if you Google "1800Flowers suck", you will see countless opinion boards with stories of this happening daily! And each story affected someone's feelings. Are you even aware of how many "customers" feel this way? Your business practice is an absolute shame, and I just had to share my experience and opinions with you.
Enjoy your wealth and success, Mr. McCann. But know that while you may get it right once and a while, you are doing it very wrong way too often, and it affects people's feelings and relationships, which I truly doubt is any concern for you or things would be much, much different. Disappointed beyond belief.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- I received a passcode for $20 off next order for 1-800Flowers. I tried to use it four times on the website and the code was invalid. I called about the problem four times and put on hold four times. I spoke to two people who could not help me. After 1 hour, I finally spoke to a person who could place the order by phone. Very poor service. Will not use 1-800Flowers in the future.
I had ordered flowers from the 1-800-FLOWERS website on July 13, 2011 for the funeral of my husband's grandmother. Though I was limited in time, I was careful to look at all the arrangements to find the right one for her personality and to express my husband's love for her memory and deliberately did not choose anything under the "Sympathy" category.
I chose their "Classic Elegance" arrangement because it did not look like a typical funeral basket, but more like someone gathered flowers from their garden AND the predominant color was pink, her favorite. Also, because the only viewing would only be 3 hours, I wanted the white basket it came in to be something my mother-in-law could take home later that day and have to keep.
When we arrived at the funeral home, I was stunned to see the arrangement that was delivered was a typical funeral basket. The flowers were all green -- NO pink, or any other color, for that matter. And, they were in a plastic bucket, not the white basket shown in the picture.
I understand that sometimes substitutions are necessary in flower types. That would have been fine. I am disappointed that the arrangement was nothing even similar to the "Classic Elegance" picture. Instead of taking the time to choose what my husband would have wanted for his grandmother, I could have simply said pick anything you feel like making and send it, because I feel that is what the florist did.
When I made my disappointment known on their Customer Service site I requested that a representative reach me at the phone number I provided, explaining that I usually have no access to a computer. No one ever called me, but when I finally did get on-line again I found an e-Mail telling me they would give me 5% off my next order. I did not get what I paid for. If they had called like I requested and offered me at least a 50% refund I would have been satisfied and given them another chance. But, five percent.
And, while it is a minor issue, I did not know there was a handling fee or shipping service charge until after the on-order was finalized. In the end, I really didn't save anything because the same "Classic Elegance" arrangement was available through a local florist's website at the same price I ended up paying after adding everything together. In fact, the insulting 5% on my next order wouldn't even cover those charges. There will never be another order from me or anyone else who was at the funeral. And, I have been telling everyone I cannot to use them.
My husband buys me flowers on a regular basis and has used 1800FLOWERS.COM for several years. It had always been a great experience UNTIL 2-14-09. He'd ordered me roses and a box of chocolate. I had been out all day and when I got home there the flowers were leaning against the door where they had been for several hours in the cold. They were wilting and turning brown AND there was NO chocolates. I called to get it taken care of and the guy was really nice and handled it immediately (full refund & $20 GC). But then I was wary of them.
So for Mothers Day a friend sent me an arrangement (I got it 5-7-09) Some flowers looked good others were turning brown. THEN my husband again sends me an arrangement (5-9-09) and because of the last time not getting everything I checked his confirmation email..... only to find that they sent a totally different arrangement that cost a lot less! I spent over 1 1/2 hours on hold, got disconnected and had to wait again, talked to 3 people who couldn't care less and who tried to say they'd call me back instead of dealing with the issue and then offered 5% back... which did NOT cover the price difference!
And to top it off most of the flowers were wilted and the ones that weren't were roses that were only the circumference of a little bigger than a quarter! PLUS what they listed on the sheet I signed when they dropped it off STILL wasn't what I received! They had substituted cheaper flowers and left out the really nice ones! Thanks 1800flowers.com for screwing up 2 holidays worth of gifts from my husband!
Oh and how they resolve this one... I can have a redelivery & give them the crap ones back but do I have confidence these will be better? Hell no! And after going through all of this they took a nice gesture from my husband and turn it into something I will look back on with anger. I will now and forever tell anyone and everyone I know to stay away from this company!
NATIONWIDE -- 1-800-Flowers and Bloomnet.com (same company, different names to deliberately throw you off) are the worst of the worst of the worst of floral wire services. You can be assured that when you order from them, somewhere in the town you are sending your floral gift to there is a florist who is about to be taken advantage of - right after they get done picking your pocket.
This is how that wonderful company works. First, they underprice their products to attract you to their website. Next, they sell you the flowers for a cheap price and tack on a very high "service fee" which you, the customer, thinks is a deliver fee. Ha! How wrong you are. Then they add in special fees for same day delivery, timed deliveries, etc.
At this point you're feeling pretty good about your purchase. Let's say you spent $39.99 on an arrangement, plus $13.99 "service fee" and an extra $9.99 for same day delivery. Your credit card is happily charged for the entire amount and you think "hey, I just spent $63 on flowers for my girl. I know they will be so nice"
The florist in Anytown USA receives the order from 1-800-Flowers/Bloomnet.com but they only get the $39.99. The entire arrangement has to be made AND delivered for that price. The "service fee" and any extra fees do not go to the filling florist. Naw, they never even know you paid them.
But wait - there's more! The local florist will fill your order to the full $39.99 value less $7.00 which is allotted for a delivery fee. Now your arrangement, originally undervalued at $39.99 is being filled at $32.99. Sound too good to be true? Well, it gets even better. Somewhere between 20 and 45 days after your flowers are delivered in Anytown, USA, the local florist will be paid approximately 70% of that original $39.99. That's right - he/she will get a big fat check for $27.99 which is to include the flowers, the vase, the accessories, the delivery fee and all of his or her overhead.
Think about it. You paid $63 for those flowers and the company who actually fills your order only gets to keep $28 of it. What happens to the rest of your money? Where does the other $35 go? Why to 1-800-Flowers, of course, to pay for that excellent customer service you never get once they get your credit card.
Want to have a better shot at getting pretty flowers for a fair price? Make sure you always order from a local florist. You'll receive full value for your order and if you have a problem with the flowers they'll do their best to fix it. To a local florist, customers are everything. To the big national wire services, customers are just numbers. Don't believe me? Ask your local florist.
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA -- I made the mistake of giving 1-800-Flowers a second chance, after they failed me one previous time. The previous time, the so called "roses" they sent looked like something that were dug out of the trash after the caretakers got done cleaning up the headstones at a graveyard. On that order I called to complain, they were nice enough and offered to resend them, which I said OK. BIG mistake... no better. After a few more calls, and an attempt at a third delivery I got a big 20% of my order refunded to me.
So a year passed, I was out of town on Valentines and decided, hey let me try this again. BIGGER MISTAKE. I ordered two dozen roses in a vase, with a box of chocolates. Well... the chocolates showed up, along with a stuffed animal (bear) but no roses. So I called right away, was on hold for 20 minutes on the 14th, no one ever picked up. I called again on the 15th, twice, same thing.
I finally get in touch with them this morning. And guess what, they offered me 20% of the order amount as refund. But I didn't get what I ordered??? They say, well you weren't supposed to get a stuffed animal (bear), but we sent that instead, so that replaces the value of the vase and some roses, so we can only authorize a 20% refund. His supervisor wouldn't get on the phone, she told him to relay this to me.
I then called their corporate headquarters in Carle Place, Long Island. Was put on hold, for 15 minutes, then disconnected. Never actually getting to talk to someone. So, I'm on a one man mission to get the word out. If they refuse to give me 100% refund, well I'm going to get my satisfaction and then some by letting as many people as I know about how poor the service and products are at 1800FLOWERS. Do yourself a favor, use your local florist, and support the neighborhood small business. Thanks.
UNITED STATES -- My husband ordered flowers from 1800flowers on 1/25/08 - plenty of time for them to be delivered on Valentine's Day. Needless to say the flowers did not arrive. He tried calling on 2/14 and they were not taking complaints - only new orders!?!? He called again on Friday, 2/15 and was offered a refund and 20% off the next order: Do you seriously think we'll order from you again? He was told that a manager would call us back - no one ever called.
We called on Monday and were treated very badly by reps (**). They were curt and unapologetic. They wrote inaccurate notes on our order profile and accused us of not cooperating with 800's assumption of what 100% satisfaction actually means. I am sorry, but I do NOT need you to give me 20% of my next purchase!
Since I will never order from the, again, 20% off is fruitless. We are asking that you refund the difference paid for the flowers he had to rush out and buy that day. The difference was $68.05 ($61.95 - 130 = 68.05 refund in addition to the 61.95 for a total of $130.00). The flowers arrived on Friday, 2/15. I was out of the office that day, on vacation, and the flowers sat outside of water and died over the long weekend. To add insult to injury, I came into the office on Tuesday to find a box of dead flowers sitting at my desk! In sum, he had to rush to a flower shop on Valentine's day and pay $130 for 12 roses (1800flowers confirmed 18).
I sat at my office surrounded by 4 women who received flowers and I was the only one who didn't. I was quite devastated since I always get flowers on special occasions. I went home extremely upset that afternoon. In the end we have spent about 2.5 hours on hold with 800's representatives and have gotten nowhere - except the clear notion that 800 does NOT value their customers! In addition to providing unacceptable customer service, 1800Flowers also silences their customers by inactivating the whistleblower systems and not allowing their customers to openly vent their complaints. What a shame!
For such a huge company who's soul existence is to provide joy to it's customers to have such low scruples! I have filed a complaint with Consumer Affairs, Ripoff Report, BBB and will continue to write bad reviews and give negative feedback. Alas I have also contacted my company's corporate activities department and asked them to take 1800flowers off our site as a preferred vendor - regardless of the discount!