Hundreds disappointed by Mother’s Day bouquets

In the era of coronavirus when we can’t visit our loved ones – flowers arriving late, damaged or not at all on Mother’s Day is especially disappointing. Under the Consumer Rights Act, if you order a bouquet and it arrives wilted, damaged or looks completely different to the pictures online, then you should be entitled to a full refund.

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