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Complaint Review: Robyn Milewski - A New You Image Studios
Robyn Milewski - A New You Image StudiosBirmingham, Michigan United States of America
Robyn Milewski - A New You Image Studios BEWARE of doing business with Robyn Milewski of Pure NRG Bars Birmingham, Michigan
*Author of original report: Issue resolved------Everybody satisfied
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Warning: Robyn Milewski is not a fair business women.
Google her name and you will discover, as I did too late, that she has a history of bad business transactions.
I had an agreement with Robyn to provide a set of photographs at a set price. I delivered on time and on budget. The shots were approved and used commercially. Robyn stiffed me out of the last $500 of payment and then pulled another $500 out of my PayPal account 110 days later.
It is my opinion you should NOT do business with her.
Robyn Milewski of Pure NRG Bars hired me (davo) to photograph her vegan baked goods for sales sheets and web use. [continued below]....
Until now. 110 days later, and after using the images in her sales materials Robyn filed a chargeback and pulled another $500 out of my Paypal account.___
This action I can not stand for and now it's a matter of principle.
If she doesn't like what her product looks like in the photos how is that my fault? The shoot day is the first time I had seen her product. I don't know what her vegan bars are supposed to look like. They were delivered and handled by her representative. Her person approved each shot as I went along. ____
I did my job- I need to be paid as agreed.___
If a photographer does a portrait job and 110 days later the client decide she shouldn't have worn blue eye shadow in the pictures. Should the photographer then not get paid? I photographed the product I was given in the style we agreed upon as directed by a Pure NRG employee. - enough said.____
Even her employee think Robyn is unreasonable.
Here is a letter she sent me:
January 14, 2010
To Whom It May Concern:
Davo Photographic was hired by PureNRG (Robyn Milewski, owner) to shoot product for catalog, line sheet and internet usage on September 21, 2009.
I was Ms. Milewskis assistant at the time and was present for the photo shoot. Ms. Milewski also stopped by the studio and saw the set-up (background, lighting, etc.) and had no corrections to make. Davo and his staff not only shot the original product quoted, but added additional shots at no extra charge.
Everything was photographed per our (PureNRG) request in a professional manner. The pictures were returned on two sets of two disks to myself and Ms. Milewski and were subsequently used on PureNRGs website and on two line sheets.
The entire cost for the day was $1500, which Ms. Milewski agreed upon before we began. Ms. Milewski failed to pay the entire $1500, only paying by PayPal, $1000.
I believe that the job was done correctly and not only should full payment have been received, but that this chargeback to Davo Photographic is unwarranted.
Please call or email me if you have any other questions. Sincerely, Jennifer Perkins
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