(Closed) Taking down a registry?

posted 11 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 3
1205 posts
Bumble bee

Is there a customer service e-mail for either place?  I would just e-mail them and ask them to remove your registry completely.  Should be pretty easy from their end.

Post # 4
2342 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Can you post a link to Mary Jane’s post on privacy?  I’m kinda interested, I didnt know there was a privacy issue when it came to registries.  I guess I’m just looking for background info. 

Post # 5
48 posts

Just call Crate and Barrel. I got rid of my registry from there because I decided I didn’t want it and just called them to tell them to take it down and they did. It also went off the wedding channel website right away. good luck!

Post # 7
567 posts
Busy bee

go online and remove all of your gifts from them, then call the stores.  you may have to speak to a manager.  my friend had to call nieman marcus 3 times before they finally took hers down.  be persistent.

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