However, Martin told the woman she is eligible for a full refund, after a new government decision.
Martin said: “If we get to July and you can’t have the wedding, and asking them to postpone it – there isn’t necessarily a ban on it but it’s difficult, but if you get to July and you cannot have the wedding i.e. it’s cancelled then according to the Competition and Markets Authority, you have a right to a refund.
“Now this issue applies on holiday accommodations, it applies on nurseries, it applies on travel, it applies everywhere else.
“The problem is, firms are not giving people refunds.”
The Money Saving Expert went on to explain: “In some places, light flights, it’s clear cut.
Published at Wed, 06 May 2020 08:39:00 +0000