FAKE WEDDING INQUIRY!
Nothing brighten’s my day more by getting fake wedding inquiries during the New Years. These scam artists are getting mighty clever. Usually, for the most part, I can spot them from a mile. This inquiry, I did a quick double take, but then quickly decided that it was bogus.
I am Mr. William Goggins, business consultant based in the UK.
Am looking for an experienced wedding planner to handle a wedding event for my client from Spain.
Please check availability using below info:
Wedding Date : 8Th March 2014
Number of Guests: 35 to 40 guests are expected to attend.
Arrival date: 6th March
We require the below services Also:
- Location for the ceremony for marriage
- Location for the reception/ dinner and party(It could be an open Place)
- Photographer / videographer
- Florist (Bride and groom love pink and blue respectively)
- Wedding cake
I advise you plan this wedding the best way you can as we do not have any particular suggestions. I look forward to your confirmation.
I liken a scam artists to guy who plays poker as they all have their own “tells.” In this case, the scam artists failed to figure out that it is a BRIDE who inquires to a wedding company 90% of the time. If not her, it’s the fiance. Never ever the fiance’s business consultant. Really? Business consultant? Come on. Nigeria, get with it.