Copper Stallion Media: Texas Wedding Company Posts Completely Inappropriate Article After Customer Requests Refund


Copper Stallion Media, a wedding videographer business in Texas sparked outraged after they posted this to their Facebook page: 

"Today would have been the day where we would have filmed Justin and Alexis’ wedding in Colorado Springs.

After what Justin pulled with the media stunt to try and shake us down for a refund, we hope you sob and cry all day for what would have been your wedding day.

Sorry, not sorry."

Their Facebook page has since been taken down after articles like these called them out for being completely heartless. 

The post included a photo of Justin & Alexis from their wedding page on The Knot. The post received swift social media justic and the company has been branded “disgusting” and “heartless” in a massive tide of negative reviews on Yelp, The Knot and other sites. 

Alexis-Athena Wyatt died on February 4 in a car accident on Highway 24 in Colorado Springs. She was 22 years old. According to ABC7, Montney reached out to Copper Stallion to inform them of his fiancé’s death. The company expressed their condolences, but refused to refund the $1,800 deposit because the pair had signed a non-refundable contract, prompting Montney to leave a negative review on the company’s page on The Knot, according to Montney. That page has been taken down. After writing the review, Montney says Copper Stallion threatened to sue him. At that point, Montney reached out to a local news station with his story, ABC7 reported. At the time of the news appearance, KRDO reported that it could not reach Copper Stallion for comment.

Justin has made website to explain his side of the story here:

This is a terrible string of events and we hope the best for Justin! 

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