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There’s no love lost when it comes to Debenhams Flowers

Published on Tuesday 14th of March 2017 07:00:15 AM in Guardian

You recently covered a complaint about Debenhams’ failure to deliver flowers for Christmas. A similar thing happened to me when it failed to deliver flowers I ordered, two weeks in advance, for Valentine’s Day at a cost of more than £30. Zero communication meant I didn’t ...

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