Sgt_Kickaxe - 7:10 am on Feb 24, 2013 (gmt 0) [edited by: Sgt_Kickaxe at 7:34 am (utc) on Feb 24, 2013]
Why not let it be?
Let's count the reasons. Interflora is owned by United Online I believe.
United Online is the company with shady registration practices on their free NetZero internet platform - many customers won lawsuits ordering United Online to repay automated payments they took without warning or option to avoid being charged on free services.
Classmates, owned by United Online, was ordered to pay as a result of violating member privacy in a class action suit.
United Online is the company charged with fraud not once but twice by the FBI due to the same thing on its points website. Most of the leadership left when they couldn't get their social platform, classmates, sold or listed on wall st.
Classmates was ordered to repay members $15 each in a federal class action suit because they tricked members into paying extra for gold memberships, this was yet another different suit.
I don't have all of the specifics but I will say I am NOT surprised with this company having this kind of trouble.
Another of United Online's websites, Memory Lane, caused so many problems for a real company already called Memory Lane Inc that they got sued for that name too. Apparently the frustrated United Online Memory Lane customers were so fed up they kept contacting the other company to complain not knowing it wasn't United Online. [geekwire.com...]
That's going to happen when the only way to reach a company is by paying for support, they hide all phone numbers and offer per minute support/contact instead. Shady...
In comparison this news is not surprising, imo, their rep is mud and the odds are Google has had to deal with them before.
[edited by: Sgt_Kickaxe at 7:34 am (utc) on Feb 24, 2013]