- Report: #1074911
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Complaint Review: Jingle Photo Shop
Jingle Photo Shop, Select State/Province USA
Jingle Photo Shop David Markdavid_mark123450@yahoo.comTop up phone card Image collector bot (for fake profiles?) Unknown Unknown
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Foreword, please note that I do NOT suspect that this has anything to do with talentpages.com. I receieved the following e-mail requesting my photos: > Hello, > > > I scout for a modelling agency called Jingle Photo Shop. Which is a > small scale business outlet under construction. > > > We are looking for pictures of amateur’s Models, Photographers, > Comedians, and Actors as we cannot afford to pay top professional > models. > > > My client wants to update their Top up Phone card with pictures of > good looking people. > > > I came across your profile picture which fits the exact type of > Statistics required for the posters that is the main reason why I have > contacted you. > > > Your face will only appear on the Top up phone card. > > > The total pay for the jobs is € 17,000.00 or its equivalent in your > currency and you are entitled to 20% of this money. > > > Pictures of the poster will be sent to you before it will be launched > in September. > > > If you are interested in this opportunity, please send us your photos, > close shot of your face and full photos of yourself directly to my > inbox. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org > > > So that my client will be able to choose a suitable one for the phone > card. Once my client has chosen which photo he likes best then next > will be to process your contract and payment. > > > Again, your pictures will not be abused and we will make sure a > contract is signed with you and that you are paid before it is used. > > > Once I receive your photos in my e-mail I will respond to you within > 24 hours to let you know what the client said and which photo he > selected. > > > I am looking forward to your reply. > > > Thank you and have a good day. > > > Regards, > > > > David Mark.
I responded saying that it would be $300 for the high-res or a print. After that I got this response: > Send me your face pictures! Then I explained that I did not have a photographer to take a face photo. Then I got this response: > Send me the pictures on Talentpage! I then explained that the photos on talentpages were, as I said, $300 for the high-res or a print. Then I got this response: > Send me the pictures on Talentpage! Then I figured out email@example.com was a bot. I'll let you make conclusions about their motives, though I suspect it's to collect and make fake profiles of accounts on talentpages.com possibly on a different site.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/11/2013 06:00 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Jingle-Photo-Shop/Select-StateProvince/Jingle-Photo-Shop-David-Markdavidmark123450yahoocomTop-up-phone-card-Image-collector-b-1074911. 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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