Attorney General Pam Bondi News Release


August 1, 2017
Contact: Whitney Ray
Phone: (850) 245-0150

Information for Consumers Affected by Closing of Alfred Angelo Bridal Stores

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—The Florida Attorney General’s Office today released information to assist consumers affected by the recent closing of national retailer Alfred Angelo’s bridal stores. On July 14, 2017, the company filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy and closed its Delray Beach headquarters and 61 stores across the country. The sudden closing left consumers with more questions than answers regarding items purchased.

The Attorney General’s Office set up an online resource, to share tips and information that will assist those affected by Alfred Angelo’s closing. Click here to view to the page that includes important information regarding the latest developments in the bankruptcy case and instructions for those with questions about the status of their dress order and other account questions.

AlfredAngelo.com will soon include copies of motions, notices and orders in the Alfred Angelo bankruptcy case, which will allow consumers to view these documents.

Consumers dealing with companies that file Chapter 7 bankruptcy can file a creditor claim. Click here for more information. Consumers can also contact the credit card company immediately to dispute any charges if a consumer paid by credit card and has not received the goods or services.