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Wedding Websites: Beware of weddingannouncer

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#1 ~St.T Bride~

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    Posted 28 February 2009 - 10:52 AM

    Hi Girls

    Just wanted you to know about a situation that I've run into. I initially decided to use Weddingannouncer.com to build a FREE website for RSVP's and in order to have up to date communication with my guests (since we're doing a cruise wedding and they've already changed things on us once!)

    Initially the site was adequate but last weekend for some reason I was locked out of my account and when I went to reset the password the email never came (and I have done it before and it worked.) In order to contact the admin.'s you need to sign in, which of course is the problem in the first place.

    I was able to find the email of a moderator (after much hunting) and she forwarded the email to the admin and I still haven't heard anything back.

    The downer is my STD's all had this website printed on them! And I wanted them to go out last Monday. I guess it's good the site went down before I sent them! So I had to print out the new site on sticky paper and overlap it, so I'm not the happiest about it. They ended up going out Thurs. instead but it was a real headache.

    So needless to say, you get what you pay for and beware of this site if you are relying on a website. I've switched to WedQuarters.com which looks much more professional and it's easy to use and only $35 for the year.

    #2 jerzygirl85

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      Posted 10 March 2009 - 11:07 AM

      that's weird....i have my site up on weddingannouncer and have had no problems

      Bride & Groom plus 36 booked!


      #3 VegasWedlockInvitations

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        Posted 10 March 2009 - 12:08 PM

        That's so horrible! I'm so sad when things like that happen.

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