• Report: #1037487

Complaint Review: Tumba Records

  • Submitted: Sat, March 23, 2013
  • Updated: Sun, March 24, 2013

  • Reported By: Donald Worley — Richmond Virginia
Tumba Records
850 Washington ST. Weymouth, Massachusetts United States of America

Tumba Records they owe me royelteys from my song they are useing since 2003 Weymouth, Massachusetts

*Consumer Suggestion: Probably not ripped-off...

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they  gave me  a contract   to use my   song on hands across america they said they would pay me  i have not receved a dime  since 2003 for the use  of my song   it is  still on the site for sale.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Probably not ripped-off...

AUTHOR: Batman - ()

Sorry, pal, odds are that you signed away all rights to the song in that contract you mentioned.

Reread it if you're not sure but most smaller record labels do this, especially in any contract that wasn't reviewed and approved by attorneys representing the artist. Royalty agreements are very rare for small labels anyway, never mind when it's first-time artists selling singles to them.  

If you don't have a copy of the contract, contact the label and schedule an appointment with their legal department or representative. Simply tell them you have questions about their usage of your song and you feel the sensible thing would be to review the contract with them. They'd likely be willing to help and would certainly want to avoid going to the trouble of getting lawyers involved if possible.

Bottom line, you need to grow up. Act like a responsible person, get off sites like this and simply call them if you want to address your concerns. 

(And the word you're looking for is "royalties" not royelteys...) 
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