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Old 08/18/2010, 08:48 PM   #1
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Bank Error in your Favor, Collect One Free Coral!

So I placed an order for 2 Aquacultured SPS from liveaquaria.com yesterday morning.

Today I received the package and lo-and-behold, one of the corals was incorrect.

I had ordered a DFS Neon True Undata (looks great), and a FHI Arctic Blue Stag.

Well I got the Undata, but not the FHI Blue Stag. Instead of the stag I received the ORA Ice Blue Iris Acro.

@ this link: http://liveaquaria.com/diversden/Ite...3+5&ddid=93947

So I called them up and they said they would either ship the FHI Stag if they still have it tomorrow, or credit me for the coral. I asked what should I do with the ORA Blue Iris and they said just keep it free!

Cool! The ORA Blue Iris looks sweet, but is soo tiny and almost twice the price of the FHI. That being said I would not have purchased it, but getting it free is cool.


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Old 08/18/2010, 08:50 PM   #2
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Nice, the reef club I am in did a liveaquaria group buy and we got free stuff too, urchins, conchs, and a few frags.


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Old 08/18/2010, 08:57 PM   #3
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The blue iris is a great looking coral. To bad they come so small


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Old 08/19/2010, 07:09 AM   #4
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The blue iris is a great looking coral. To bad they come so small
Thats exactly the reason I did not want to buy it in the first place. But getting it through an accident is cool.


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Old 08/19/2010, 10:03 AM   #5
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NOthing beats a free coral congrats!!!


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