These days, several wedding vendors are expressing their clauses to their deals that stops newly married couples from uploading any negative comments on the internet. And those, who break these deals, are now perilled with lawsuits unless they remove their negative comments.
A leading news website has reported that the executive vice president of The Knot Kristin Savilia told that one DJ told a bride she had to pay him US$ 5000 because his deal clearly calls for a fee if the couple posts anything below a 5 star review.
Another newly married lady had been waiting 4 months to get her wedding day snaps when she gave a photography company a 5 out of five stars review. She told that she had been chaffered throughout the process. Therefore, she simply said that she did not think it was a good value.
While, photography company that is yet to send the photos, stated that the review was against their contract terms. According to reports, they had even threatened the lady to take to the court. The photographer gave her the wedding day images after she removed that post. She is not the only person who has this type of experience.
Some people suggested that all contracts are negotiable and one must not forget to read the terms before hiring anyone. If they are not happy with the terms, they must look for others.