I ordered a Belize Sunset on June 8 for a birthday on June 10.I was told the local florist couldn't do it but Ava's would call my sister on the 10th to tell her we were thinking of her and get a bigger and better bouquet -with 15 gerber daisies in it and 6 mylar balloons (WOW!) on the 13th.
I found all of this totally above and beyond and acceptable. They called on the 9th. OK, not the worst. Then the 13th came.
No flowers. I called and they said they were in the town next door. The 14th came. No flowers.
I called and was told they were on their way. I called again that evening. Still on their way. (From the town next door?) The flowers showed up.
A handful of wilted gerber daisies thrown in a vase with an errant piece of tulle and one stick balloon. Um... am I being punked? Are you trying to win a contest on the worst service/ripoff scam around?
NOT impressed. I spoke with several people who were all very nice. They were surprised at how nice I was being considering the situation. I understand now that they probably knew that I was going to get screwed and that I should be madder.
The manager kid was the last person I spoke with. I had to ask him to stop interrupting me. By then I had had it. My sister's birthday was so far gone.
The flowers were making a hasty advance towards becoming decaying natural matter. My six mylar balloons were reduced to a small one on a stick. And my bank account was down by $70. Shame on you, Ava's Flowers.
People send flowers as a representation of love.You should be more responsible with the honor of delivering that love.
Review about: Avasflowers Sunset In Belize Bouquet.
Reason of review: I wanted to click so many of these. Bad quality, problem with delivery, not as described..
Monetary Loss: $70.
Preferred solution: For Ava's to be better and for me to know better..