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#11 JCruz

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    Posted 04 August 2009 - 04:32 PM

    Honestly, with the resources out there at our disposal (like this forum) you could probably even do without the consultant. You already found the resort yourself AND you found out about the catholic/legal ceremony. There's so much research available out there that you could do on your own.

    When I first started planning, I thought I would get a WC, but seeing how many brides (especially on this forum) do very well without one I decided against it. I think it depends on your comfort level.

    #12 Scarletina

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      Posted 04 August 2009 - 04:42 PM

      Please do reading before choosing DW.com for your travel agent. I know that I have not had an ideal experience along with many other girls on the forums. They have a great idea - but their execution is awful.



      #13 pineapple princess

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        Posted 04 August 2009 - 04:47 PM

        GOOD TO KNOW GIRLS!!! i don't know what i would do without you all!!
        "Formerly goNDmay9"
        "so long and thanks for all the fish!"

        #14 finzup

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          Posted 07 August 2009 - 12:40 PM

          i also signed up with dw dot com and was definitely NOT satisfied.

          They tout that they deal 'exclusively with destination weddings' (not true - They outsource and you just get a TA in your area -- I only found this out when the TA accidently answered the phone, 'hello, Liberty Travel' ) If I wanted Liberty I would've went there myself!

          they tout that they will price match (not true) - I wanted a site visit and send them the expedia price and they would not price match it. There's way more to this story but suffice to say, they lie and pressure you to pay HUNDREDS of dollars more for fake "piece of mind". The TA had the gall to tell me that if I booked on Expedia and my flight was canceled due to bad weather that I would "not have a leg to stand on". (uh, completely NOT true)....
          I didn't want my guests who might be less travel-savvy to fall for such a line.

          In the end I had to fight with the company to get my deposit back. Terrible experience all around.

          Have you met Alice?

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