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  1. A couple of weeks before Christmas I was caught by an offer at a stand within an indoor shopping precinct selling vouchers for a photo shoot for a Venture photo session which includes one 7x5 photo and the option to buy more. I chatted to the lady on the stall and said my son is now engaged and wouldn't it be lovely for him and his fiance to have a photo session and some real lovely photos of the two of them and she agreed and said how nice. I filled in the forms with their names and numbers and took the voucher, wrapped it and gave it to them for Christmas. I've just heard from my future daughter-in-law that they have been refused a photo session as the terms and conditions say it can only be used by 'families' and couples are not families. Any ideas where I stand here? They may never have children, as a couple are they not a family? Any ideas who I complain to? Most of all, I want the photo shoot for them, they were so excited about it when they unwrapped it. Failing that, I guess a refund.
  2. I got a £20 voucher that was worth £145 via Hamleys store for a photo shot of me, my fiance and my 16 mo daughter. The photoshot was lovely! I went back myself to view and ended ordering £3385 worth of prints!! Feel sick and have emailed then asking if it is possible to reduce order as I only ordered yesterday. I know hitachi offer a 14 day cooling off period and I was hoping that as my order was only placed yesterday (Sunday) afternoon that possibly I could work something out with them. Cna anyone let me know if they've had similar experiences and what the outcome was....good or bad!!! If my fiance finds out he'll go mental!!!!
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