If it's too good to be true it usually is. I didn't listen to my gut and got burned.
A dozen roses in a glass vase and chocolates delivered for $19.99? There was no mention of a delivery fee although I should have realized there would have to be a delivery fee from a local florist. When I logged into PayPal there was no total shown and the only message was "Proflowers needs your billing address to complete this order." I clicked on "Continue" and was taken back to the Proflowers site for confirmation. On this confirmation page there were no itemized costs shown or even a total.
The final charge to my PayPal account was $38.96. PROflowers is anything but "Professional!" I'm not too happy about the way PayPal processes Proflowers' orders either.
After the fact of having placed the order I then received an Itemized breakdown of the real costs from Proflowers. Their methods may not be illegal but they certainly are not up front with the costs.
Monetary Loss: $13.