I contracted an event company to come to my daughters 5th birthday at her nursery. The character was suppose to be "Snow White" instead i got "jasmine" character. The owner didn't have the courtesy to inform me that she was not going to be available. Was late upon arrival and told me on the last minute that "I'll be getting the jasmine character and not the snow white character. I requested a discount but the owner doesn't want to give me one. We been back and fourth for about 5 months now. She added late fees, bank charges to the original amount. Now she wants to sue me? What do you guys think??Answer Question
Answer by GrnEyedGrandma at 2:14 PM on Oct. 6, 2008
Answer by riotgrrl at 2:59 PM on Oct. 6, 2008
Answer by KLBrown at 3:03 PM on Oct. 6, 2008
What did the written contract state? Did it allow for character change without notice or did it specify that it was "Snow White"? What did it state about arrival time?
Review the contract and see if the owner allowed herself a loop hole.
If the contract is crystal clear than I would fight it all the ways.
Answer by tinkerbell76 at 3:11 PM on Oct. 6, 2008
If you had a contract with her I'd be reading it to see what the details are concerning changes to characters, cancellations and amount of time needed to cancel. If the contract is in your favor, report her to the better business bureau and file a complaint against her business liscense. Let her take you to court at HER expense if your contract rights are in favor of you. But if the contract was worded in her favor Ide just pay her the origonal fee you contracted for and let it go at that.
Answer by vbruno at 3:18 PM on Oct. 6, 2008
Answer by Austinsmom35 at 11:18 AM on Oct. 7, 2008
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