I thought I will share a funny story since to me its funny. But I got turn down by a beauty company that does hair and makeup. I reached out with another question and they responded back with, “I am so sorry but the artist that were set aside for your wedding day are no longer available.” My friend reaches out to see if the same date of my wedding is available. And they answer her back, saying they are available on that date.
But I guess I got turned down because I asked a lot of questions and I haven’t put down the deposit. It was like 2 and half weeks of going back and forth with questions I have. Because their contract was weird. I am not going to word for word what’s on the contract. But there wasn’t an estimated cost or the total cost would be for bride, bridesmaid, and etc. In case what if they changed their mind and over charge me. Another section of the contract, I would lose the deposit even if they couldn’t find a replacement artists. That sounds wrong to me. I get it if I turn down the replacement person and it's not who I want, but if they can't provide the service because they don't have the people. Like how is that right that I would lost the deposit. But at the end, I’m glad I got turned down. So it back to research again.
I work for IT company and I have customers all the time with questions like what’s the difference between i5 and i7 processor. Or what is RAM or storage of HDD and SDD. But you don’t see me turning away a customer with a lot of questions. I see it as it’s their money and they want to make sure they are finding the right device to use for work or personal.
So its my money, why can't I ask a lot of questions. Like I'm spending the same amount of what I pay for a mortgage a month, on a hair and makeup service that will last for a day. I wanted to make sure it goes right.