Modeling Course 4
Today I want to talk about some of the companies
who are into modeling just for the money. They do
not care about your welfare, or whether or not
you have a real model look.
I want to say there are a lot of
fantastic agencies in most states, if you know
what you are looking for.
Below are some pitfalls and things to watch
Steer clear of agencies who ask for large sums
of money for so called “training” unless you feel
that you just want that particular experience.
There are plenty of legitimate agencies out there.
You may want to try checking modeling agencies for
local markets here. ..
I don’t have detailed information or endorse
any of these agencies so you just have to
pick and choose until you find the answers
you are looking for.
Before going through the list, you should
read below before venturing out on your own or
going to that interview where you were singled
out in the mall.
Don’t Let ‘Em Flatter You!
What could be more flattering? Someone approaches
you at the mall and says, “You could be a model.
You’ve got the ‘look’ we’re after. ”
Here’s my card. Give me a call to set up an
People have always said you’re good looking.
Now, visions of glamour, travel and money
flash before your eyes.
It’s true that some successful models have been
discovered in everyday places like malls, boutiques,
clubs, and airports.
But the vast majority of would-be models knock on
door after agency door before work comes their way.
It’s All an Act
If and when you make that follow-up appointment,
you’ll probably find yourself in an office filled
with lots of other model and actor hopefuls.
Then the sales talk starts.
What you thought was a job interview with a
real talent agency turns into a high-pressure
sales pitch for modeling or acting classes,
or for “screen tests” or “photo shoots” that
can range in price from several hundred to
several thousand dollars!
Man, woman, or child — it makes no difference
to bogus model and talent scouts. Often, these
scouts are after one thing — your money —
and will say just about anything to get it!
But what they say isn’t always what they mean.
Here is some advice taken from consumer advocates,
former (modeling) customers and ex-agency employees
for avoiding modeling scams:
1. Avoid paying fees in advance. Legitimate agencies
make their money from commissions.
2. If you’re asked to pay for extra composite cards,
check out the company with the Better Business Bureau
and state consumer officials.
3. If you are asked to sign a contract, take it home
first. If they refuse, walk away.
4. Ask for reference lists of clients and ask what
kinds of jobs the agency books.
I hope I didn’t upset you with these details but
I also hope that you will ask questions when
contacting modeling agencies.
The most important question being:
“Do you charge any upfront fees?”
A quick word: If you don’t follow these vital (but
easy) steps, you could be making the same mistakes
that countless other women make …and becoming a
model could be just a fleeting thought.
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Sincerely, Bob Pardue