Avoid the wrong kind of surprise this Mother’s Day

May 11, 2017

This guest blog post is provided by Competition Bureau Canada.

Offering colourful, fragrant flowers to show our love and appreciation is a great Mother’s Day tradition. Combining it with online shopping seems like a quick and easy option.

But, not so fast. A little bit of research before placing an order can avoid the heartache of a late delivery of wilted flowers or arrangements that look nothing like the photos on the vendor’s website. Following up on a purchase that went wrong, with an unresponsive company, can also be a thorn in your side.

To pick a trustworthy service amid many online choices, follow these tips:

Follow Get Cyber Safe on Twitter and Facebook.


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