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Here's the beef, according to one alarmed netizen, who can't bring himself to believe the reviews are the genuinely florid outpourings of blissfully happy customers:

iflorist are leaving fake positive reviews to cover their terrible ratings

At the time of writing iflorist has 116 terrible reviews on Reviewcentre and 153 positive reviews on Trustpilot, of which around 100 of them have been left in the past 3 days. They are all clearly fake. e.g. "No wedding is complete without flowers.Flower is the symbol of purity.i Iflorist is doing a great job providing flowers."

and my personal favourite: "Iam buying flowers online from iflorist.co.uk cause i have never seen a wonderful store like iflorist"

I suggest you draw your own conclusions about a company which needs to make up reviews about it's own service in order to cover up bad reviews.

Here are a few more examples of the tremendous praise being heaped on iFlorist:

flowers at compelling prices

the best way to woo your partner with with beautiful flowers. Lastweek i had a fight with my wife and sicne then we have not been in good terms. I decided to break our silence by apologizing first with some beautiful flowers.

I just googled and found Iflorist.co.uk. i orfered some flowers and gifted it to my wife. Thankyou Iflorist.


iflorist made my valentine the most special moment of my life

i was very worry on valentines day it was my first date i was very nervous as well as i did not bought any thing for my girlfriend except for the bouquet which i ordered from iflorist.co.uk but they did not let me down they delivered on time the bouquet was so beautiful and looking so fresh that when i gave it to my girlfriend she gave me a kiss on my lips she admired the bouquet a lot this all lovely memory happens only due to iflorist.co.uk i will not forget that day and i will suggest my friends to buy flowers from this shop

Not convinced? Try this for size:

This is the best shop i've ever seen in my life...In every event when i was needed flowers this shop help me a lot. I recommend peoples to buy flowers from this shop.

The first and most popular flower of love is the red rose. The red rose symbolizes love, desire and passion. Though this flower’s meaning is blatantly clear to most, it is best to give to a partner when the relationship is serious, or has the intention of becoming so.The fourth flower of love is ambrosia.

Ambrosia is the flower of reciprocated love and affection. This is the perfect gift to give in an engagement or upon accepting a date. Coupled with a red rose or dark red carnation, the recipient will have no doubt of the sender’s affection.

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