As I entered my local grocery store, I was approached by a nice young man with an offer that was so good, I had to take him up on it. I wasn't planning on it, but 18 pics for 10.00 seemed like an excellent deal. Two weeks later I returned to the store for my photo session with my kids. I was expecting to find them set up in the back of the store and was frankly surprised to find the photographer situated in a conference room, comfortable and private. I was immediately met with a demand for an additional 6.00 sitting fee which I had forgotten about, but the photographer told me not to worry, I could bring it back later.The photographer made quite an unappealing spectacle of himself, jumping around like a monkey. I would have thought my youngest girl would have been frightened by this man, but she seemed utterly delighted and was grinning like a Cheshire cat. All in all, the photo session went surprisingly well.
Two weeks later, I returned to pick up my pictures at the same location in the store. Here's where the trouble began. Not only did they have the pics I paid 10.00 for, but they had more poses than I needed. That salesman started pulling those pictures out of the box one by one and they looked so good that I spent a lot more money than I've ever spent on pics. That guy would not take NO for an answer. Upon getting home and pulling out my pictures and recipe, I realized he had short changed me $2.65. I called the company and left a message many times, but never got an answer. I know it's not a lot of money, but you'd think that after spending $397.35 with them, they would at least return my call!