(Closed) Advice on firing a vendor?

posted 8 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
332 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

Have you signed the contract and made a deposit yet? If not then I wouldn’t even really consider it firing the vendor, but just letting them know that you’ve decided to use someone else. 

I don’t know why they would be so rude about getting you information, that seems ridiculous to me. I booked things in December and January of last year for my wedding in November, and everyone seemed fine with taking care of things early!

If they are treating you this way now, how are they going to act when the wedding gets closer? I say get rid of them and find someone who’s actually interested in having your business.

Post # 5
2859 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011 - Bartram's Garden

DON’T feel bad about firing them. Send the email, senditsenditsendit!!!!


Post # 7
179 posts
Blushing bee

Just do it! How unprofessional of them to just put you off like that. I guess they think that now they have some of your money and business they don’t need to treat you well anymore. And October isn’t too far away girl, it’s only 5 months away!

If you can take the financial loss by backing out then no big deal. Don’t be afraid to write a scathing email to their manager or anyone who is higher up in the organization as well. You should bring up what happened to anyone else who is in a higher positino of authority so that they know why they lost your business.

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