1-800-Flowers under fire after delivery mixup

Customers on Long Island and beyond say the Carle Place based company sent wrong orders, wilted flowers, or nothing at all. Many took to social

CARLE PLACE - Customers are lashing out at 1-800-Flowers, claiming the company blew it on Valentine’s Day.

Customers on Long Island and beyond say the Carle Place-based company sent wrong orders, wilted flowers or nothing at all. Many took to social media to vent their frustrations.

1-800-Flowers has posted a statement blaming the nor'easter. It says, "Despite severe weather conditions, we were still able to help the vast majority of our customers deliver a smile....If a customer is not completely satisfied, our caring team is committed to working with them until we have delivered a smile."

1-800-Flowers also retweeted praise from happy customers.

    

 

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