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Company Accused Of Ditching Couples At The Altar

Posted on December 2, 2016

Where's the couple? (Photo via PEXELS user Unsplash)
Where's the couple? (Photo via PEXELS user Unsplash)
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Multiple couples have submitted complaints to the Greater Cleveland Better Business Bureau alleging a Cleveland limousine company took their money and then never picked them up on their wedding days. The company is named Aqua Limo.

According to complaints filed with the BBB, one couple and their entire wedding party was left stranded at the altar during their Oct. 2015 wedding. 

Several other brides and grooms were forced to pay for two sets of limousines when the company failed to return calls about a arranging the time and place of pick up. 

 ABC 5 News Cleveland article here

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