Last month my fish tank sprung a leak. I have a 775-gallon bow-front aquarium so it made quite a mess. I managed to save most of the fish; praise the Lord!
When the water settled and my floor was mopped, I began looking for a fish tank that would not break a seal like that. I decided to get an acrylic aquarium without seals to break. The only mistake I made was in my choice of stores.
Oscar’s Exotic Fish had the lowest price on the net but the worst service. I ordered my aquarium on November 22 but by December 17, my aquarium still had not arrived. My fish had been living in a quarantine tank for weeks and I was seriously concerned for their health. In the mean time, I received my credit card bill to find that Oscar had billed me three times for an aquarium that never arrived.
I tried contacting Oscar right away. First I emailed him and then called him. I called him every day for a few days without a response. I finally called my credit card and disputed the three payments. I will not tolerate that kind of service. Oscar, you should be ashamed of yourself.
So how does the story end? I ordered a different tank from Truly the Best and I am currently waiting for it to arrive. I emailed them before placing the order and they verified that it will arrive in 14 to 21 days. It is quite a beauty of a tank. It is a 90-gallon SeaClear System 2. It is all acrylic and it has a built in wet/dry biological filtration system built into the back of the aquarium. The tank has a 350gph submersible pump so it is very quiet and the bio balls should keep the tank water very clean. I will put my 200W compact lighting on top of it. I am so excited.
[Edit] The tank arrived last week and I got it all conditioned. The fish were moved over yesterday. Here are some pictures. The tank looks great and the fish love it.