- Report: #1162015
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Complaint Review: Alejandro DiEsko
Alejandro DiEskoNationwide USA
Alejandro DiEsko Ale DiEsko Beware of Fake Fashion Editor Alejandro DiEsko | RIPOFF REPORT WARNS OF PERCEIVED QUESTIONABLE CONTENT| New York Nationwide
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NOW TO THE REPORT/POSTING(S) THAT HAS BEEN EDITORIALLY REDACTED:
Beware of this skam artist fraud claiming to be an experienced fashion photographer and magazine editor. All he really does at his supposedly free shoots is to (((REDACTED))), telling them he is going to do the shoot for free as a way of helping them out and then telling them once they have arrived that it is going to be hundreds of dollars and (((REDACTED))) when he is supposedly directing them.
He wound up having to leave New York after he burned his way thru most of the agencies here in town and then managed to con his way into some company out West. It turns out that he did some freelance jobs for them but then refused to actually complete the work unless they flew him out there and put him up in a place of his own to live, which seems to me a whole lot like extortion. Typical bait and switch just like he always did with the "free photo shoots".
He likes to tell people how he runs his own magazine called Behind It but the (((REDACTED))). The guy can barely even speak English, let alone write a whole article that anyone would be able to even halfway understand.
Do yourself and anyone you know a favor a steer clear of this (((REDACTED))), he is nothing but a (((REDACTED))), the most unprofessional person I have ever met in my 30 Years In the fashion business.
His supposed magazine behindit.com has never even been printed or sold anywhere and is no more than an excuse for him to(((REDACTED))). And on his Facebook account for Alejandro DiEsko he constantly keeps re posting the same pictures that he stole credit for Years ago, he recycles them every few months and tries to act like they are new works he has just completed when he wasn't even involved in any of the shoots to begin with
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