We say we have an “80 percent request rate” for our clients. What does this mean? That means that 80% of our clients get at least one industry opportunities, i.e., either
After reviewing InterFACE Talent’s internet reviews and complaints of InterFACE it’s clear a few things are happening:
- Some clients think success is guaranteed.
- Some clients think fashion and entertainment are easy to break into.
- Some clients think what they want to, and then blame InterFACE when things happen differently.
- Some clients simply have “buyer’s remorse,” regret their decision and blame InterFACE.
A Closer Look at Claims About InterFACE Modeling Scams
Is InterFACE a scam? Though there is truth to some internet reviews, many reviews are misleading. Some reviews clearly show clients didn’t fully
Tear sheets are indisputable proof of an actor or models role in a project.
InterFACE Model Agency - Baby & Child Commercial Modeling Tear Sheets From Recent Bookings
The first thing we ask you to do is to please—PLEASE—read your contract.
If every client actually read their contract, there would never be any confusion. Your contract tells you exactly everything you need to know.
The path to industry success through Inter FACE now clearly outlined (see Inter FACE Agency Reviews: Why Clients Never Get a Request, Part I), let’s answer the reasons why clients might say Inter FACE Agency fails to deliver on its promises.
Inter FACE Agency Reviews The Reasons Why Clients Succeed or Fail
“According to the complaint, the defendants approached parents with children at malls and theme parks, commented on how attractive the children looked and obtained contact information from the parents. Then, the defendants allegedly induced the parents to come to their offices for a free evaluation, at which time they were pressured to sign contracts that they were told included marketing services, but in reality only provided for a photo shoot.” – (“NJ Sues Two Companies in Alleged Modeling Scam” ABClocal.com)
The excerpt above is from one of several articles depicting InterFACE Talent Network as a company poaching on unsuspecting and well-meaning individuals.