Is There Another Company Besides Wedo?
Posted 16 July 2010 - 11:29 AM
I've tried to call numerous times, but no one ever answers the phone. There's just a message to leave your name and number and they'll call you back. They've never called me back from any of my messages. This company seems to be the one everyone uses and recommends, but I'm having a hard time finding myself comfortable sending off our personal information to a company that can't even return phone calls to give you information (when you've clearly stated in your messages that you want to use their business). I keep thinking, "Even if I do ever get a hold of them, can I trust them to get the job done, and in the right way without compromising our information?"
Did anyone else have this sort of problem with Wedo? How much did it cost to get your documents translated and legalized? Am I just being dumb and overlooking where the price is listed on the website?
Or, given my current frustration level.........Is there better company to use than Wedo?
Posted 16 July 2010 - 01:39 PM
http://www.michaelsteingard.comMichael and Phil Steingard are located in Ontario, but travel to Punta Cana quite often during the year. There is a good chance they will be down already during your wedding week, so this will cut travel costs
Posted 16 July 2010 - 01:41 PM
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Posted 10 September 2010 - 07:02 PM
I know you replied to this thread a while back, but I just wanted to touch base with you because I too was married before. I contacted the Dominican Consulate in Los Angeles directly and was told they charge $135 to legalize/translate my birth certificate (and I need to contact the State of Illinois prior to get an apostle attached first), $75 for my FI's birth certificate that first needs to be stamped by the Russian consulate (although he's an American citizen, he was born there), then $120 per single status affidavit and then $135 for up to 3 pages of my divorce decree (I'm assuming they only need the first page since that's all the Passport office needed to change my name back) totaling $535. Are you saying for all your stuff (including the divorce decree) it was only $350? I'm confused as I assumed going directly to the consulate would save money...any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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