Brides beware! Wedding vendors are now suing newlyweds
Brides beware! Wedding vendors are now suing newlywed couples for leaving negative online reviews.
Do not book anybody who stipulates suing rights in their contract. They obviously envisage problems......!!
A growing number of wedding vendors are adding clauses to their contracts that prohibit newlywed couples from posting any negative reviews online.
And brides who break these contracts are now being threatened with lawsuits -- unless they take their review down.
'One DJ told a bride she had to pay him $5,000 because his contract clearly calls for a fee if the couple posts anything below a five-star review,' The Knot's executive vice president, Kristin Savilia, told the Huffington Post.
Wedding vendors are now adding clauses to their contracts that prohibit newlywed couples from posting any negative reviews online - and brides who break these contracts are now being threatened with lawsuits
Another newlywed bride, who goes by the name of Lauren Beale to protect her identity, had been waiting four months to receive her wedding day photos when she gave the photography company a four out of five stars review.
'I had been haggled throughout the whole process, so I simply said I didn't think it was a good value,' she explained.
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