FINAL UPDATE: My DJ won't return any of my calls or e-mails….

posted 2 years ago in Reception
Post # 4
Member
339 posts
Helper bee

Oh, boo.  Not an easy way to get money back.  Hopefully the threat of legal action will get him hopping! Otherwise he’ll end up paying for his legal fees, yours, plus the lost money.  Would be cheaper for him in the long run to just do the right thing, but it doesn’t seem like he’s so good at that…

At least you’ve ditched him and moved on to bigger and better things 🙂

Post # 5
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941 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

soupydoopy:  Send it by certified mail or courier so you can document that he received the termination/demand letter. Did you even hear from him at all on the day of the wedding?? 

Post # 6
Member
46 posts
Newbee

Full exposure of this fraud on facebook (esp his business page) as well as your preferred product/service review, or a Google review is in order as well. I hope your backup DJ did a great job and I hope you get your money back!

Post # 7
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1130 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

soupydoopy:  Wow, what a complete a**hole! I would have been beyond furious if I’d gotten that text during the rehearsal. Good on you for having a back-up plan and handling it so well. Hope you’re able to get your refund without too much more hassle!

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