An anonymous business owner has slammed a couple from Married At First Sight Australia after they reportedly requested freebies for their wedding.
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According to the Daily Mail, Jules Robinson and Cam Merchant asked for thousands of dollars worth of complimentary services for their upcoming nuptials in exchange for Instagram mentions.
The Sydney-based business owner, who declined the request, said the couple also promised the company would also feature briefly in Channel Nine's coverage of their big day.
The business owner added they would be surprised if any of their competitors agreed to the proposed deal.
Robinson and Merchant were matched on the reality TV show earlier this year, but have decided to go forward with an official marriage due to take place next month.
Since their appearance on the show, the couple has signed multiple brand deals. Robinson has been named a face of Olay skincare, a Weight Watchers ambassador, and has released her own shapewear brand.
The pair have also partnered with Huawei, Hello Fresh and a variety of fitness brands.
The Daily Mail reports Robinson and Merchant moved their real wedding from the Hunter Valley to Sydney's CBD after finalising a deal with Channel Nine to televise their wedding.
It will be the second time the pair have said 'I do' on camera, but only this time will be legally binding.