Once upon a time, there was a loving husband who wanted to buy his lovely wife flowers for Valentine's day.
While contemplating where to get flowers, he saw a commercial on the tele-tube for proflowers.com and a promotion they were running.
Cool, he thought. I can get a good deal on flowers for Wifey.
So he went on the inter-webs and ordered the flowers (which ended up not being the greatest, but ok) and paid for them with his magical plastic rectangle.
Six months later, he noticed a strange charge on his bank statement. $14.95 for Easy Saver...
Strange, he thought. So Wifey did a search for easy saver and found this.
They checked their bank statement back through February and - what do you know - these charges had been coming out since the loving husband purchased the mediocre flowers.
The screwed-over couple called the number from the complaint site and, after a quick rant at the guy on the other end, were promised reimbursement in 7-10 days.
Moral of the story: Don't buy flowers from proflowers.com! It'll sign you up for a scam, wherein you give them fifteen bucks a month and get zilch for it. It's apparently how they afford to sell the flowers that cheap or something.
That is all.
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