SO you want to know about UR Models well i have done the research so you do have to, I’ve read they might be a scam below is my finding i hope this helps you make your decision.
I choose yes and I’m glad i did…..
Like in all industries and all areas of life there is always a dark side to that world, there are always people ready to scam you. These agencies should be avoided if you want to avoid modelling scams a better way of breaking in the the industry is to use a modelling platform
Scams in modelling is not new, it’s gone since this industry began, there are people praying on the vulnerable and new models are only vulnerable because they do not have experience.
Aspiring models are too trusting and its key to always keep your wits about you.
UR Models always stress the importance of asking questions, ask lots of questions.
- Make sure you have a crystal clear picture of what you are letting yourself in for and then walk away
- make notes the more notes you make the better read video reviews
- have some down time and go over everything again
UR Models have worked with models from all walks of life and we always get to know the models we work with as we believe in building great relationships.
The common theme in when models get scammed is lack of knowledge, they all say they have a dream and dive right feet first.
Dont make this mistake what you dont want to do is to jump in feet first without doing your research.
UR Models can see how this would be an issue but we also know that’s the same in any industry, so the key point is ‘knowledge’ gain as much as you can and never be afraid to ask questions or walk away from something that concerns you. It’s always better to be too safe than sorry.
If in doubt go meet with the agency or modelling platform the scams as a general rule can be spotted when you walk in the door they are normally in dark studios and won’t have good equipment most of the scammers lack imagination so if you keep your eye’s open you will spot them.
Or give UR Models a call and ask there advice.