A wedding videographer has cruelly trolled a man who lost his fiancé in a car crash on the date the couple had been set to marry, as he had asked for a $1,800 refund.
On May 23, Copper Stallion Media shared a vile post on Facebook in which Justin Montney was taunted as he had asked for a $1,800 refund after his fiancé Alexis Wyatt had died in a car crash in February.
In the Facebook post, which included a picture of the couple, the anonymous wedding videographer had written: “Today would have been the day when we would have filmed Justin and Alexis’ wedding in Colorado Springs.
“After what Justin pulled with the media stunt to try and shake us down for a refund, we hope you sob and cry all day for what would have been your wedding day. Sorry, not sorry.”
Appallingly, the photographer company had initially told Justin that the $1,800 could be put towards his next wedding and shockingly, a website was even built in order to attack the grieving man.
Copper Stallion then went on to boast that they were using the money Justin had given them to construct a trolling website called JustinMontney.com.
Justin, of Colorado Springs, was speechless when he received the response in which it stated he could use the money towards his next wedding, instead of just being offered a refund.
He said: “They should have been able to do [that] because they didn’t render any services… [offering credit for any future wedding] was a very insensitive thing to tell me.”
Hearing the disgusting attitude of the company, a local TV station reported of the refusal on the refund and in response, Copper Stallion then redirected any business enquiries onto the trolling website they had made.
The photography business page has now disappeared, but before so it was filled with many negative reviews.
The trolling website has also been taken down yet the company still commented: “[Justin] admits the contract was nonrefundable but says we should give the money back due to the circumstance. Life is a bitch, Justin.”
Following the cruel response from the company, a former Copper Stallion employee Alex Murphy told The Denver Channel that the company was unprofessionally managed.
Apparently, his final paycheck came from a Las Vegas registered company called Organised Weddings LLC and is linked to a man called Jesse J Clark.
In 2013, Clark was sued by Massachusetts’ attorney general after it came out that he was responsible for taking money from 90 engaged couples and did not supply any of them with any videography services.
The scandal-hit company has yet to respond to the backlash.