Red envelope should be voluntary. A voluntary red envelope would be more valuable.
Voluntary charitable donation is noble, paying tax is not.
Free will is noble and mandate is not
Of course, the goal is to exact such happiness and joy from both sets of parents (double dipping is allowed here) that they almost feel embarrassed by how small their “little” red envelope is relative to how much you have given them, in theory. You “have to” accept their gift graciously or they will feel insulted and we certainly don’t want them to feel that way, right?
a Maserati is a girls car. Too bad they are so poorly made…all hat and no cattle…
Can they sue you later if the kids divorce?
Come on @Terri. It is like a lead on a home. You check it out, you kick the tires STILL… No Refunds!!!
I see, so you’re not willing to put your money where you mouth is eh?
You do realize that the referral may be fine (hence red envelope earned) but the two individuals could easily screw it up on their own for a bunch of reasons. How can I be responsible for everything that happens in the world between two people after the introduction that gets past first base? Of course, not. So if a recruiter lands you a job and later you get fired should the recruiter be sued? So if you land an apartment through a referral and you get evicted the referrer should be sued? Nonsense!!!