A shocked bride-to-be has spoken out against a company who sent her a disgusting e-mail when she didn't get back to them after requesting a quotation.
Amanda De Pascale, from Long Island in the USA, is getting married in February and had searched online for a dessert food truck company after seeing something similar at a wedding fair.
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She came across Sweetery NYC and decided to get in touch to ask them for a quote, using an e-mail address she had set up specifically for wedding issues and doesn't check daily,according to Fox News.
When they quoted her $2,900 for a few hours, she decided it was far beyond her price range and said she was "disappointed but didn't think much of it."
But according to Amanda, staff at the business wouldn't take no for an answer and continued to call "multiple times an hour".
"I told them, 'I can't talk right now, I'm at work,' and hung up. But he continued to call and call for about two weeks," she said of the company's manager.
"You are a despicable bottom feeding wretched disgrace of a person, who is as disgusting as they come.
"How many times have we called you to follow up on the proposal that we expanded time and effort to produce based on your request and each and every time you cowardly hang up the phone on us when we identify who is calling, what an absolute low life twisted miserable individual you have to be."
It went on to call her a "weak meager spineless empty sack (sic) low life piece of trash" and a "pile of dog sh**".
It ended: "We truly hope that your wedding bombs and turns out to be a complete and total disaster of the century why would it be anything but since you are a part of it.
"We could not even imagine the person that would marry you, pity the poor lonely soul whose life is doomed before it starts with you, we hope that he or she runs and saves them self from the mud hole that you are.
"If for some reason you need further clarification on our thoughts let us know we are certain we can clarify those thoughts for you.
"The company has since issued two apologies via its Facebook page, saying the employee responsible for the horrendous e-mail has been fired.
They also called it a "regrettable incident" and said at first they had not wanted to speak out on the issue. Sweetery has since deleted both posts from its Facebook page.
Staff confirmed they have reached out to Amanda and have offered to call to apologise to her.
Manager Grant DeMille told Fox News: "Yes, it came from a company computer, but it was not sent by myself or any member of management," he told FoxNews.com on Tuesday.
"It's a terrible offense, yes, but everyone makes mistakes."
At first he said he didn't believe the offense warranted sacking the person who sent the e-mail, but later changed his mind, telling Fox: "I had a conversation with our associate who wrote to the client and told him that we had no choice but to let him go based on the pain that has been caused to Amanda."
Amanda added: "No other vendors had harassed me like this or belittled me, and I hope this never happens to another bride or customer ever again."