promotion Agency Scams:

 A promotion agency is similar to a modeling agency, talk and act like a modeling agency, and even designate itself a modeling agency, and include the word "modeling" in their business , but they doesn’t not pay like a modeling agency.


Ultimately every agency is not the same. They cannot get each of their models high-end or assure them profitable jobs. Some agencies work on the high-end jobs and they are very successful; they don't have time and schedule for a low-end jobs. Others focus on the low-end jobs and they don't have the ability, contacts, etc., to get or work for high-end jobs.

Models unfamiliar with the differences between promoting and modeling make the false assumption the pay is good, and it is worth their time and money to get started with some fraudulent agency.
The bogus promotion agency passes itself off and promotes itself as a modeling agency because most aspiring models would not pay much attention if they knew the truth.


Handing out flyers otherwise (an announcement or advertisement that is printed on a sheet of paper and given to people), signing people up for credit cards, demonstrating products, attending events, tradeshows, all comes under what some people call "promotional modeling." But is it really "modeling"? If someone passes out a flyer, does that make them a model? It’s all about the dealing of the agencies with their client.