Although this will require some effort (in relative terms, as we are all so used to email) why don't we all send letters - at the very least they will have to open these, and this will hopefully cost them time. It might actually be quite annoying for them having to physically sort through their post...Then, we have to think about some concerted legal action.
I had ordered a bouquet of flowers to be delivered today (St Valentine's Day) to my partner in France - I know that there was someone at the delivery address all day, plus they had my partner's mobile number. I have often sent flowers and this is the first time that I have come across a company that has failed to deliver. Moreover, I tried to contact Iflorist during the day today, but to avail. They have taken my money and not fulfilled the contract. They appear to be an awful company to be avoided at all costs.
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