Yes, of course. Flocake.com is a Flower delivery service in Baku.
If you complete the order, we will deliver the ordered product to address that you provide.
There are a few steps to complete the process. Firstly, choose the flowers or other gifts; secondly add all products that you choose to cart and complete payment.
Yes, it wouldn't be a problem. Please, contact our support team or call us by phone (whatsapp is avaiable)
Yes, if any problem happen from our side, we will compensate your all losses without any precondition.
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