An expectant bride and her bridesmaid have suffered setbacks online after it was announced that they were trying to lift their friends from hundreds of dollars at one of their marriages.
A Reddit user detailed the entire test in a post that has since been viral on the Bridezilla forum of the site. The post revealed that the unnamed bride and her bridesmaid had told the bridesmaids that their dresses would cost $ 400 each for the occasion.
However, one woman discovered that the dresses were marketed for half that amount before they discovered that the bride had intentionally shared the wrong price in an apparent attempt to chase the women out of the money.
Yikes! A bride and her bridesmaid have suffered setbacks online after it was announced that they were trying to lift the bridesmaids out of hundreds of dollars (stock image)
Wow! The post, which was written by one of the bridesmaids, detailed that bridal party, many of which are tight & # 39; were on money, it was told that each of their dresses would cost $ 400
Terrible: however, the bridesmaid later discovered that each of the dresses was in the store for just $ 200, and that the bride and first bridesmaid tried to rip off the bridesmaids
Shocked: the bridesmaid revealed that she and four other members of the bridal party & # 39; dropped out & # 39; when they found out about the bride and the behavior of the bridesmaid
The viral post, shared by user ShamedShamingShamer, was written by one of the bridesmaids for the wedding of the unnamed woman.
She was one of the six bridesmaids for the wedding that she said were tight & # 39; with money, including themselves.
The post was: & # 39; A few years ago a friend of mine asked me to become a bridesmaid at her wedding. There were six of us plus the MOH (first bridesmaid), so seven in total.
& # 39; The bride had already selected her dress, one for the MOH and one for the bridesmaids. The dress itself was nice, but a bit expensive at $ 400 each because two of us were still in college and the rest had recently graduated.
& # 39; I was one of the two still in college, so the money was super short, & # 39; she added.
The bridesmaid continued to reveal that the bridesmaid offered to pay for each of the dresses on her credit card, and invited each of the women to pay her back afterwards.
The post continued: & # 39; The MOH decided that she would pay all the dresses on her credit card because she wanted the air miles and we would pay her back immediately.
& # 39; None of us agreed, especially since she would let us pay her back in installments if we needed. I absolutely needed it. & # 39;
Because of her busy school schedule, the bridesmaid said she was unable to attend the final assembly to pick up the dress.
That is why the maid of honor paid for her gown, and the bridesmaid picked it up the following weekend.
Shocked: since the message was shared, dozens of Reddit users have responded, revealing their fright to the bride and her bridesmaid to take out the bridesmaids
& # 39; I am coming there and the dress fits perfectly & # 39 ;, the post continued. & # 39; The store owner pushes off while I arrive in my street clothes again, because she lets another customer come in, but she confirms that we are ready.
& # 39; When I walk out the door, another person working there shouts, hey, that's $ 200, & # 39; said the bridesmaid.
She said she was & # 39; stunned & # 39; and & # 39; hurt & # 39; was about the ordeal. The employee she was originally dealing with, however, came to spread the situation and told her colleague that the dress had already been paid for.
The bridesmaid, who was relieved at this point, said: & I turned around and walked away and suddenly realized that she was saying $ 200 and not $ 400. & # 39;
& # 39; Long story short, the dress was only $ 200. When I confronted the maid of honor about it, she spilled the beans, & she said.
# Apparently, the bride and the bridesmaid have been plotted together to double us to help pay for the bride's dress. I let the rest of the bridesmaids know and four of us immediately stopped the wedding, & she said, closing the post.
Since the Reddit post was shared, it has collected dozens of comments, most of which have come from users who cannot believe the nasty situation.
A user said: & # 39; That is theft. Bride or not, & while another sarcastically added: & # 39; Oh wow nothing says that as my best friends I scam you more than money. & # 39;
& # 39; Isn't that stealing? & # 39; a fourth user added: & # 39; Like legally manageable ?? & # 39;
Another said that the actions of the bride & # 39; go beyond bridezilla and straight into the theft & # 39 ;.
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