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|On Jul 1, 2001, kareninca wrote:
I ordered from Daylily Discounters' website in October 2000. I received an email confirmation that my order was received, but no information on when I could expect it. A month later, and I had received nothing, nor had I heard from them. I called many times and left a couple of messages, but many times, their message machine was full. I tried emailing the customer service address, but never received a reply. In January, I contacted my credit card company to dispute the charge whichhad been made to my card in November. Three days later, I received a package from Daylily Discounters - via regular mail! I noticed the postmark was from November. OK, so the package had been lost in the mail. Still, their customer service sucked. I never once spoke to a live person or received a response to my emails or messages. They seemed not to care that my goods had arrived four months late! Of course, the plants were dead, but still I was suprised at the small size of the fans (it was my first time mail ordering daylilies). I was almost glad they were dead, as I would otherwise have been extremely disappointed.
|On Sep 1, 2000, mindyaubuchon Grand Rapids, MI wrote:
I ordered from Daylily Discounters for the first time in early October 2000 and immediately received a confirmation email from them on my order stating they would charge my credit card once the order was shipped, and thanking me for my business. I have never received the plants. I have emailed their lousy customer service department with inquiries regarding my order since I live in Zone 5 and winter was fast approaching, with no response. I sent another email to cancel my order due to the lateness in the year, with still no response. My most recent credit card statement shows they got their money anyway, but I never got my daylilies. When you call their 800 number, you get a recording and have to leave a message, which I did, requesting a call back, which I am still waiting on. I will never order from them again. I have ordered from several mail order nurseries and have never been treated this way. Absolutely no response, no flowers, yet they sure billed me for them. BEWARE.
|On Jul 1, 1998, juliekcobian wrote:
I had a rotten experience with Daylily Discounters. Like other daylily enthusiasts, I've drooled over the color photos in their catalogs for years. I recently ordered a total of about $700 of daylilies this summer from about a dozen growers in the U.S., all on-line catalog sources except one, which was within driving distance of my home. All were great, courteous--sometimes their plants were so fresh it was unbelievable. I submitted my order to DD before any of the others. I called twice to check on the progress of the order because things were moving so slow. I explained that my order was part of a gift collection, and that I had received all the other cultivars for that particular gift. When I did receive it, it had been shipped the Thursday prior to Labor Day. The plants were packed in shredded paper and looked brown, lifeless and unhealthy. I'm no stranger to lilies, and I know that the roots are what counts, but having received a dozen other shipments that were beautiful and healthy, I was very disillusioned. I called to voice my displeasure and they could have cared less. I explained that LITTLE JACK was in honor of a newborn friend's baby named Jack, and I really didn't want to be giving what appeared to be dead flowers as a gift--some gift! They did not offer to replace Little Jack quickly, but said they were swamped with work, and maybe they could get me another one in 2-3 weeks. All the other growers I dealt with informed me by e-mail that they would not ship over a holiday weekend for that very reason. I won't order from them again!