Wedding Scams that You Should Need to Know

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There will be times that wedding couples would also experience frauds and meet wedding scammers. And, it became persistent when the pandemic leads to postponement and decreasing the size of wedding attendees. But now, since the authority are already lightening the restrictions, there will be an expected surge of wedding ceremonies in the year 2022. Along with that, scammers may also come along the way.

Wedding Scams 

To give you an idea on what should be avoided on your wedding, from preparation up to the actual celebration, here are some of the wedding scams that you should know.

1-Bogus Vendor

These are persons who accepts payments or deposits but failed to render their services. For instance, a wedding florist who had been paid but did not delivered the flowers at the wedding venue.

2-Counterfeit Bridal Gown

There are instances that you may have to contact the person in-charge through online especially during this time of pandemic. However, some designer wedding gowns offered online may come from a different designer. Meaning, there will be a chance that you might receive a different gown that is in poor condition.

3-Forge Engagement Rings

During the wedding prep, the couples might fall into purchasing a fake diamond ring.

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