What gift do you get for the person that has everything? A shout-out from Draco Malfoy is perfect for any Harry Potter fan - though you'll have to like them quite a lot as it will set you back more than £200 (£206.67/$249, to be precise).
By the sounds of it though Tom Felton - who is best known for his portrayal of Harry's wizarding adversary - offers good value for money with his shout-outs, as he has a 4.9 star rating on Cameo, where he offers his services.
One happy customer's review reads: "Thank you thank you THANK YOU!!! The Wizarding World is our daughter's escape from her struggles with Asperger's and social anxiety. You will never know what it means to us as parents to have someone like you take the time to do this for her. Truly, thank you from not just the bottom of my heart, but from my whole heart. I just may have to rethink my stance on Draco Malfoy. ;) Just kidding. You are SO AWESOME!!!"
Another says: "Thank you Tom it was amazing, she loved it, I loved it too! Thank you so much for making both of us happy! Love you!"
The videos last around 30 to 40 seconds and customers get to submit personalised requests to Tom, who completes the shout-out within a week.
But if the 32-year-old is a little out of your budget, you could always go with The Inbetweeners star James Buckley who charges the comparatively small fee of £41.50 ($50).
The actor, who made his name as Jay, makes no bones about why he got into the shout-out business in a video on his profile.
He says: "Now, I get asked a load of times to do video messages for people, and I could never be bothered to do it, until I found out that there was a way that I could do it for money. So if you want me to congratulate your brother's birthday or maybe hurl some abuse at a friend of yours who's getting married or something like that - I can do that all for you now, for a fee.
"Again, here for the money."
Well, fair dos I suppose. No doubt most of us would sell shout-outs if there was anyone on this Earth willing to pay for them.
LADbible has contacted Tom Felton's management for comment.
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