Golden State Coral Review

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I just want to provide a review of Golden State Corals. I have purchased from WWC, Battlecorals, Lucky Corals and recently TCK Corals(during their live sale recently but haven’t received the order yet).

I would rate this experience as a 10 out of 10 and would recommend them to anyone.

Couple of highlights

1) communication was awesome. I had some shipping issues (not their fault) last weekend a monster snow hit Colorado so they were extremely accommodating at moving shipping around. Very responsive
2) coral substitution, they called the day before shipping to let me know the blasto I ordered wasn’t looking good and two of the 5 heads had died. They were willing to give me a $40 coral in replacement of the $20 blasto and still ship me the blasto which was awesome of them, after discussion I took a two headed hammer and let them keep the blasto. No need to take a upgraded coral and the blasto. I would rather them nurse the blasto to health and sell it for full price. The upgrade coral was more than accommodating enough.
3) Corals as advertised. Photos represented exactly what was shown online in color. Size was larger than expected.
4) Packing was great no issued heat pack was still warm, doubled bagged with rubber bands
5) Small little freebees. They included a sticker which was awesome, sample of reef roids and a coral glue from eco tech. I though that was a sweet little surprise.
6) The dip. I think this is probably the most important after dipping the corals hardly anything came off. A few small white spongets and that was it. Tells me their tanks are clean.

Again overall 10 out 10 smaller business, but right up there with the big boys WWC & BC. If you have a chance check out @GoldenStateCorals

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