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How to Choose a Florist

Posted last July 10, 2013, 5:37 pm in Stores report article

Why should you buy from a reputable florist… 

Most reputable florists will post their full address & local phone number (including area code) on their website, if it is not there consider this a red flag, and LOOK FOR ANOTHER FLORIST.Always use floral sites that are using a secure server when processing online orders as well as credit card payments.

 

“FREE DELIVERY”… no such a thing!You will be paying for the delivery one way or another. If the floral site you are using is claiming to offer you free delivery for your order chances are that it is already included in the total price you are charged for the flowers. In other words you will be getting a smaller size arrangement, or in the case of a dozen roses, you will get shorter stems roses or second class grade roses – or both.If your order destination is Canada, make sure the floral site you are using is charging you in Canadian funds. If it’s not posted, then most likely you will be charged in US funds (the exchange rate $US-$CDN is much higher)The writer of this News Article has been associated with the North American floral industry for the last 24 years and all of the above is based on his/her experience dealing with customers as well as vendors. Have fun and keep sending flowers to someone as often as you like to, it will be greatly appreciated.More info can be seen at: http://www.floristvancouver.com/about-us