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andrebolla says: (8 years ago)
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Talent 6 is bullshit you can never contact them and then when you do they say wait another 30 days to redeem them selves and give you another job offer it was less then 30 days and they charged me another $34.00 and when you call them the line is either disconnected or some bullshit about being on hold for 30 minutes. I have been with them for over a year the jobs are bullshit and I live in big time Los Angeles close to Sony, Paramount, the Staples Center, the Shrine, The Kodak Theatre, The Greek, The Bridge , Home Depot Center, and I mean everything and they can't hook me up for over a year that is bullshit. I'm calling the bank now and filling an affidavit they just refuse to cooperate and get you a gig I mean its over a year. Nothing has changed with them. They just tell you anything and charge you credit card over and over. Talk to Hill Harper from CSI New York and head of SAG about legislation to stop
SAG HELPS STOP SCAMS
SAG HELPS STOP SCAMS
For the second time in six weeks, SAG takes strong action against scam artists looking to prey upon actors

Los Angeles, CA (August 26, 2004) --- Calif. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed an anti-scam bill on Tuesday that amends the California Advance Talent Service Act (AFTS). The bill (SB 1687), which goes into effect January 1, 2005, was co-sponsored by Screen Actors Guild and Los Angeles City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo. Calif. State Senator Kevin Murray (D-Culver City) introduced the bill and championed it through the legislature and signing.
The Advance Talent Service Act passed in 1999, but scammers found a way around the law and continued to charge up-front fees for acting classes and photographs. SB 1687 closes a loophole specifying that the term "advance fee" includes a fee paid for the purchase of a good or service in order to obtain representation, counseling or promotion .
SAG President Melissa Gilbert, who worked closely with State Senator Murray and City Attorney Delgadillo on this legislation, said, "This law will protect unsuspecting parents, children and aspiring actors from paying for false promises of stardom. I am proud that SAG was part of this effort that will stop these cruel scams once and for all. I commend Senator Murray, City Attorney Delgadillo and Governor Schwarzenegger for taking a stand and stopping this practice."
Senator Murray said: "I am very pleased this bill was signed into law. This closes the loophole on talent scammers who have been snubbing the intention of the AFTS Act in order to take advantage of people entering the entertainment business."

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