The wedding photography company refused to refund a man whose fiancée was killed in a car accident

Updated: 6:48 am EDT May 27, 2020

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Alexis, 22, died in a car accident on Highway 24 in February. The wedding would have been this Saturday, May 20. 3. Fiancé Justin Matney, now left to pick up the financial pieces, followed their wedding plans. It never happened. Alexis signed a contract with a photography company called Copper Stallion Media to record their wedding video and gave them $ 1,800. They said they would extend my service to my next wedding, which was very insensitive. When Justin’s friends heard that they had posted dozens of bad reviews of copper stallions, Page named the unpopular wedding planning website. Justin knows they had a no-refund contract, but he feels that in the rare circumstances, the company should comply with his request, which they could have done because they failed to provide services. I spent the afternoon tracking down Copper Stallion to get a glimpse of the history of the company that supposedly is from Texas, but so far we haven’t been able to confirm they have an office there. Until this hour they haven’t answered my phone calls or emails. Copper Stallion has responded to all of these comments online, calling them a smear campaign, saying they don’t have the money to reimburse him because of Cove 19. But Justin asks to be different. We only publish the facts that have happened so far. I’m a message that was then deleted in February before the cover was even part of this issue.

The wedding photography company refused to refund a man whose fiancée was killed in a car accident

Updated: 6:48 am EDT May 27, 2020

Alexis Wyatt and Justin Montney were due to get married this Saturday. Tragically, the 22-year-old bride-to-be died in a car accident in February. Now that he’s dealing with the loss, Montney has tried to get a refund but they refused to issue a refund. “They said they would extend my service to my next wedding, which was very insensitive,” he told KRDO-TV. Wyatt had signed a contract with Copper Stallion Media and given them $ 1,800. While the contract doesn’t provide for refunds, Montney believes they should reconsider due to the rare circumstances. Check out the video above to learn more about this story.

Alexis Wyatt and Justin Montney were due to get married this Saturday.

Tragically, the 22-year-old bride-to-be died in a car accident in February.

Now that he’s dealing with the loss, Montney has been trying to get a refund from the wedding photo company they booked for the big day.

However, the company refused to issue a refund.

“They said they would expand my service to my next wedding, which was very insensitive,” he told KRDO-TV.

Wyatt had signed a contract with Copper Stallion Media and given them $ 1,800. While the contract doesn’t provide for refunds, Montney believes they should reconsider due to the rare circumstances.

Check out the video above to learn more about this story.

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