San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 09, 2012
Ever bought a wedding gift for a friend or relative when you knew it probably wouldn’t last? Thanks to a new site called WeddingGiftRefund.com, you can get your money back for the gift you purchase if the couple decides to call it quits for whatever reason.
“This is something that has never ever been done before,” said Terry Smith, president of WeddingGiftRefund.com. “WeddingGiftRefund.com offers a 100 percent wedding gift cost refund in the event of a divorce within three years or 36 months of the actual wedding date.”
Smith added that the new site was created specifically for the wedding gift buyer.
“Times are tough right now and wedding gifts get expensive,” Smith stressed. “A lot of us are invited to multiple weddings every year and the price of those wedding gifts add up real fast. Wedding gift buyers work hard for their money and have never had a chance to get their money back for those multiple wedding gifts they bought over the years in case their was a divorce.”
The launching of the new website could prove to have perfect timing.
According to a recent study conducted by NDP Group, an industry leader in tracking consumer trends, consumer spending for weddings, have increased more than 43 percent over the past 24 months. However, approximately 15 percent of new marriages end in divorce within the first three years.
The average wedding gift, Smith noted, costs $100.00 and the average wedding has 172 invitees with an average of 133 attendees.
Smith explained that WeddingGiftRefund.com is the only website or place on the market that provides the answer to the question of what happens to all those wedding gifts in the case of a divorce.
“Proper wedding etiquette says that the gifts should be returned but most the time we never know what happens to them,” Smith said. “Finally, here is a chance for the wedding gift buyer to get their money back.”
Janice Thomas, 43, of Houston, said she likes the thought of being able to get her money back in case of a divorce.
“I’m always going to weddings,” she said. “In fact, I just bought a gift for a couple that I’m not so sure will last too long, so if my gut instinct is right, I’ll definitely get in touch with this new site to get my money back. I think it’s a great idea.”
Smith explained that the process for wedding gift buyers like Thomas to get their money back is quick and simple.
“All the wedding gift buyer has to do is log into WeddingGiftRefund.com and set up a quick account,” said Smith.
For a small fee of 8 percent of the wedding gifts actual cost (not including tax or shipping of the wedding gift), Smith said, WeddingGiftRefund.com will refund back to the wedding gift buyer their actual cost of their wedding gift.
Another benefit of WeddingGiftRefund.com is that it keeps the newly divorced couples from feeling bad about the fact that their friends and family spent a lot of money on gifts for a marriage that didn’t last, plus it provides the wedding gift buyer with protection if the marriage doesn’t last.
“It’s a win-win situation for the bride, groom, as well as the wedding gift buyer,” Smith said.
For more information about Wedding Gift Refund services, please visit: http://www.WeddingGiftRefund.com