Complaint / review / scam report
Orange Model Management
Orange Model Scam?
Went for an interview today with a man named Tipu (Downtown Toronto) and the whole process seemed pretty legit, same with the people working there. Had a long conversation over how competitive the industry is, and that they didnt want to see me get upset and take it personally if I auditioned and got rejected! Near the end of the interview, I was told that they would accepted into the agency because of my confidence level, and my look. I was told that they wanted to get me to sign the agreement so they can start to market me asap! I told them I needed time to think about it. I started doing research after the interview and all I see is forums saying that they are bad, and comments saying that they are good and they have been signed with them for 2 years and never had a problem. I was told I would have to pay around $600 for comp cards and head shots, and the agency would cover the other costs. Thats a lot of money to waste, if it indeed is a scam! So please can somebody with any fashion experience or personal experiences with the company help me so I can figure out if I should sign the agreement or not! Im tired of reading posts that say the company is horrible, and you didn't get work from them so its their fault! Thats completely false! Its not the agencies fault, its the casting directors decision. Also one last thing, since their are so many posts about people finding reputable agencies, why don't you share with us the name of the agency, going to mention that you found one! I need options and I'm taking this whole scam thing very seriously, so everyones experience helps! Thanks for your help in advance :)
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