Below are links to SEVERAL posts from brides who have encountered this company. For the record this is where I got my original info as well as from a neighbor who went to a one in another city.
When someone creates a post like this, they immediately begin getting harrassed by representatives of the company including their president via text, email, and phone call. I was pressured to take my other posts down and did (except for this one because weddingbee.com will not allow me to) because I felt like I was being threatened. For legal reasons I feel like I need to express that I did however beg and plead with Weddingbee to take this post down becasue I felt so threatened.
That is probably why there arent as many bad reviews as there should be but they are still out there and quite easy to find.
Most brides are smarter than to fall for someone who will get on and create an ambiguous account where their only post sounds a lot like a copy and paste from the company manual where they pretend to be a bride who had a great experience with that company. Google alert much? In some cases they will have lots of posts but if you check, they are the same thing word for word. Thankfully Weddingbee cracks down on trolling now and takes those posts down. They also take down posts for name calling so lets stop calling us brides “bitchy.” I wonder if that is in the company manual too…
FOR THE RECORD: I did not and am not posting anything that is slanderous or untrue. I was only passing on other’s opinions that are posted online. I am sure that this company is super amazing and wonderful despite the fact that they “illedgedly” mislead you.
They say its free and that there is no catch but its technically not just as “boggsezbabe” aka the director of customer service stated that you do have to pay something and sit through a sales pitch. Thats where my distrust comes from…I asked the sales woman point blank if there were any taxes or fees on the prizes and she said no. That was a lie. In my opinion, companies that have to mislead you to get you in the door are not legit and by that definition fraudulent.
If you want to sit through a pushy sales pitch, pay a few taxes and fees that you were mislead about, then I absolustley recommend this company. Good luck arranging your honey moon with all of the black out dates 🙂
*For legal reasons I should probably state that I only “assume” that any blackout dates exist
I’m sure they have great cookware but I’d rather register with companies who don’t call me several times a week, lie to me to get me in the door, and then threaten me for using the first ammendment. (or whose representatives call brides “bitchy” for that matter)
*Again because I feel pressured despite my right to use the first ammendment, i feellike I should state that the “boggsezbabe” is only an illedged wedding board troll sitting in the compan’s customer service department.
None of that crap ever happens with Bed Bath and Beyond.
If they will lie to you in thier first converation with you what else will you get lied to about down the road….But that is just my opinion…for legal reasons…which I am legally allowed to express thanks to the first ammendment.