This website offers 'smooth break up' services
Want to turn over a new leaf on New Year? No need now to spend sleepless nights fretting over how to tell your significant other that you are moving on -- thanks to a new app that claims to do the thing in the way you like.
London: Want to turn over a new leaf on New Year? No need now to spend sleepless nights fretting over how to tell your significant other that you are moving on -- thanks to a new app that claims to do the thing in the way you like.
Named 'Breakup Shop', the site, whose slogan is "Let us help you end it", uses email, snail mail, text or Snapchat, at prices from 6 pounds sterling to 30 pounds for customized naughty or nice options, The Sun reported.
"It's hard to break-up with someone. Let us do it for you. We'll send a phone call to your future ex to share the bad news," The Breakup Shop says.
Warring couples can use the website to do the dirty work of splitting up for them -- by sending a text telling your partner that you are dumping them.
Users are given the option of buying emails or a written letter and phone call services from the site. Once paid for, the break-up is sent or spoken directly to your future ex.
Customers can select a break-up to suit their price range or personal preference.
A break-up text or email costs around 6.50 pounds, while a text-bouquet combo will cost you 32 pounds.
The site also sells The Notebook on DVD, boxes of cookies and Netflix giftcards to people who have recently been axed from a relationship.
The site provides the option of sending standard pre-written or custom made letters to your to-be ex.
Nice options include a gift pack with chocolate chip cookies and a copy of The Notebook on Blu-way while one naughty option sends a "mean photo attachment" of you with your new replacement.
Yet another feature of the website is the break-up phone call service, offered at 20 pounds if you are in "no rush" or 26 pounds for a call "within 24 hours".