(Closed) Problems with DJ

posted 9 years ago in Music
Post # 3
Member
3331 posts
Sugar bee

How did you find your DJ?  Did you have any personal references or anything? 

If it were me, I’d call him and let him know that you’re giving him a certain amount of time (one week or something) to send the contract.  If you do not receive it by that time, then you will need your deposit back and will be using another DJ.  Additionally, I’d do this in writing, sending him an email or a formal letter, so you have a paper trail of your communication.  If he does not comply, I’d report him to the Better Business Bureau and/or check into legal options to get your money back (if there are any?  I’m not a legal expert…) 

Post # 5
Member
425 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

I would tell him that if he doesn’t send you a copy of the contract by X then you will take your business else where. Tell him that you feel he is not living up to his end and doesn’t seem reliable.  You will probably lose your deposit, but who’s to say he will even show up to your wedding at this point… you would be better off losing the deposit then having no music at your wedding.

I felt a little weird about my Dj as well, but luckily he has been replying to all my emails in a timely manner and I have looked up reviews and they seem pretty good.  

 Maybe try to look your dj up for reviews or something to see what other people say about him. 

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