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A wedding photo company refused to reimburse a Colorado man after his fiancée Alexis Wyatt was killed in a tragic car accident – and then allegedly ridiculed him online.
Justin Montney said he paid $1,800 to Copper Stallion Media, which the company refused to refund after his fiancé Alexis Wyatt passed away.
“Life is a b****, Justin,” the company later wrote on their website.https://t.co/76wk87v8c2
— FOX 13 News Utah (@fox13) May 26, 2020
Alexis Wyatt Age
She was 22 years old.
Alexis Wyatt Death
Justin Montney of Colorado Springs, citing his rare and heartbreaking circumstances, asked Copper Stallion Media to pay a bail of $ 1,800 after the death of his future 22-year-old wife Alexis Wyatt on February 4, according to KRDO. TV.
“They said they would extend my services to my next wedding, which was very insensitive,” he told the broadcaster. “They could have [refunded] it because they did not provide any service.”
However, the Texas-based photography company rejected his candidacy on the grounds of a “legally binding contract” signed in November.
As rejection spread, Fox 6 Now left dozens of negative reviews on the company’s social media sites and on the wedding site TheKnot.com.
The photography company quickly responded by creating a website, JustinMontneyWedding.com, to build “our case” against him.
Montney reportedly reported the story to “defaulting news broadcaster KRDO” for a segment in which he “admits that the contract was not refundable”.
“Life is a little Justin,” says the station’s website.
The news appeared to have been removed from the website on Wednesday.
“We responded and expressed our sympathy and told him that all of our marriage contracts are non-refundable,” said Copper Stallion Media on its website.
“He kept sending us an email for a refund, and we reiterated that the contract was not refundable. We finally stopped responding because the question was controversial. ”
The company could not be reached on Wednesday for comment.