Reef Beauties, A positive thread!

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Its the second time I've purchased from Reef Beauties and I'm floored with how incredibly healthy their fish are. I placed an order over the weekend, and sunday evening. I sent an email not long after asking to add a couple of things to my order, hoping the email would be seen before they shipped my order. I got a response back after midnight on Sunday with a no problem and a link to pay the balance of the order update. Monday, my order ships, and today it arrives. The fish were lively in the bags while I floated them. I've had my lights off since I was acclimating corals as well, with just an overcast day and a window open, and my new fish are already on the prowl and fairly active inside the tank. A yellow wrasse that I had ordered just grabbed a piece of frozen food that I had fed and aggressively ripped a larger chunk apart. I've had experience with yellow wrasse in the past, as many others do where they'll dart under the sand for a few days or longer when they're introduced, but not this one. I can't say enough about their customer service or the health of their fish. If you're looking for an online vendor and searching through reviews of hit or miss places, I'd highly recommend skipping them and going with Reef Beauties if they have what you are looking for.
 
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