InterFACE Modeling Scams and Misleading Internet Reviews

By Robert Ensign | Social Media & Content Specialist at InterFACE Talent, New York City – Tuesday October 22, 2013

After reviewing InterFACE Talent’s internet reviews and complaints of InterFACE it’s clear a few things are happening:

  1. Some clients think success is guaranteed.
  2. Some clients think fashion and entertainment are easy to break into.
  3. Some clients think what they want to, and then blame InterFACE when things happen differently.
  4. 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 read more

InterFACE Model Agency Clients – Commercial Modeling Success

By Robert Ensign | Social Media & Content Specialist at InterFACE Model Agency*, New York City – Wednesday October 16, 2013

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

InterFACE client, Benjamin, wins 2012 Tear Sheet of the Year contest!

Congratulations Benjamin for your great work for a Kleenex tissue print ad! read more

InterFACE Talent Network Scams – The Mall Connection

By Robert Ensign | Social Media & Content Specialist at InterFACE Talent Network, New York City – Monday October 7, 2013

Just because we search for new modeling talent in malls does not make InterFACE Talent Network a scam.

InterFACE Talent Network Scams – What Are We Doing in the Mall?

Malls are some of the best places to discover new modeling talent.

In fact, many of the potential talent read more

InterFACE Talent Scam Claims Fueled By Contract Confusion

By Robert Ensign | Social Media & Content Specialist at InterFACE Talent, New York City – Monday October 7, 2013

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.

During your first meeting with us—your +/2+/—you receive a contract called your “Professional Services Agreement.” This contract read more