trans continental talent "scouted" me and made me an offer in early 2003. the offer was a headshot and portfollio on the web. this webpage would be accessed by the agency of my choice. as I would choose about a dozen agencies to receive my information and they would notify me if acting work or print work became available.
this service was in exhange for about $2000 up front. in addition, $19.95 would be paid monthly. this service would be provided indefinitely. it was sold as a lifetime committment which would keep me in touch with the acting and modeling "world" for life.
i visited the site almost daily - tctalent.comn - from early 2003 until early 2004. i updated my portfolio once and made an effort to contact any potential agency seeking talent. you see, i would recieve a notification on my homepage of www.tctalent.com when an agency thought they might be able to use me.
i became very busy in late 2004. i did not visit the site for several months. the $19.95 was still being deducted monthly. i visited the site in early 2005. it no longer existed. tctalent.com was no longer a website.
i checked my credit card statement for March 2005. the $19.95 was still being deducted. the description of the transaction was "wsw - fashion rock llc 866-5824201 fl." how could this deduction be lawful as the website no longer exists.
i tried a few search engines but am unable to find www.tctalent.com webpage. what happened to my information, my home page. why am i still being billed.
on march 11, 2005 i called the phone number on my March credit card statement and canceled the service.
there must be a crime here. i'm certain there are others that are being billed for tctalent.com service, even though the company seems to no longer exist.