- Report: #1080194
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Complaint Review: Divine Imagery
Divine Imagery, Georgia USA
Divine Imagery Aisha Mc Nease Rip Off, Money Hungry, Liar, Fraud, Scam Artist Atlanta Georgia
*General Comment: Help
*Author of original report: I feel your pain
*Consumer Comment: I was scammed too!
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I decided to hire a videographer almost a week prior to my wedding. Divine Imagery was recommended by my DJ, who was a rip off also, as well as the photographer. Aisha Mcnease and her team appeared to be doing a great job and we were pleased, until time to deliver the final edited product. I have been married for approx 6 mos and have only received a 4 minute trailer of my wedding and reception. I was presented with every excuse imaginable as well a request for additional money, to receive video with more than 2 edit requests.
I have submitted complaints with BBB (no response from Divine Imagery) & Wedding Wire (Divine Imagery denied doing business with me...i have proof). As soon as I get a valid address, Aisha will be served with civil suit. It seems that they move around a lot, classic signs of a scam artist. I have given every opportunity to make good in this matter...I'm left with court. I will hunt them down, it may take some time, but I will find Aisha (Foote) McNease. Trust me Divine Imagery is not racist...they will rip you off regardless of race, age or religion.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/29/2013 12:43 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Divine-Imagery/Georgia/Divine-Imagery-Aisha-Mc-Nease-Rip-Off-Money-Hungry-Liar-Fraud-Scam-Artist-Atlanta-Geo-1080194. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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