Free Wedding Website: Your wedding website is free and will not have any advertising on it.
Wedding Registry: We are totally transparent with our fees and you will never find any small print. Zankyou charges 2.95% of the total contribution made per guest with a CDN$ 0.99 transaction fee. Zankyou does not charge for transfers to your PayPal account.
You can choose whether you or your guests cover the fees. If you choose the second option, Zankyou’s services will be completely free for you.
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We encourage you to read these documents to understand your rights and responsibilities while using Zankyou Services.
The following texts are a selection of important main clauses and do not represent the documents in their entirety..
- Article 2.1 General Service
ZANKYOU, offers any private individuals planning to celebrate a wedding a platform on which to design, organize and structure a Personal Webpage and Wedding Registry
- Article 2.2.2 Creation of the Wedding Registry
The GUEST will be able to make a CONTRIBUTION payment through credit card payment methods (Visa and Mastercard) following the procedure established on the Website. ZANKYOU guarantees the payment security and will notify the CONTRIBUTOR of a successful payment via email.
- Article 2.4.1 Associated PayPal account
In order to receive money, BENEFICIARIES must activate their WEDDING REGISTRY by associating a PayPal Account with their WEDDING REGISTRY. ZANKYOU will request all information necessary from the BENEFICIARIES to associate a PayPal Account. The BENEFICIARIES must sign online the Activation Contract available on the Website, completed in full and signed by one of the BENEFICIARIES and upload all requested documents to justify their identity. ZANKYOU reserves the right to refuse to associate a PayPal Account with the WEDDING REGISTRY and, therefore, refuse to honor the Transfer Orders if the requirements indicated in the first section are not duly met. In case of suspected fraudulent use Zankyou reserves the right to request additional documents, such as a Government accepted proof of identity, utility bill, etc.