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PromoModels.com / Fraud and scam

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I worked two events promoting the Yamuna yoga studio. Both were four-hour days of handing out fliers and canvassing the West Village. The amount due is $200 for my work.

Since June I have consistently called and emailed Lauren Hargrove and then her replacement, Hillary. I have not received one email or return phone call. I do, however, still receive promotion notices for events. My contract stated 45 days. It has been well beyond this time frame and I have not been paid.


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  28th of Jan, 2009
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If you have worked with promo models and have not been paid, please go to this link


We are trying to get as many people as possible who have been scammed to file a law suit

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  28th of Mar, 2009
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Hi there!

I'm organizing a class action lawsuit against PromoModels.com and I need your help! I've spoken with an attorney and the process has already begun. If you or anyone you know has worked for Promomodels.com and not been paid, please send me your information as soon as possible! Then pass the word along to all of your friends. Tell people about this company, don't let anyone else get screwed! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email me.

Thank you!

Jenni Rogers

Fill out the information below (as much as possible) and email it to: rogers.jenni@gmail.com

Necessary Information:
- Dates worked
- Total hours worked
- Pay per hour
- Total pay
- Where you live
- Where event was held

Additional Information:
- Type of event (brief description)
- Client name (or company)
- Who you spoke with at Promomodels.com to book event
- Attach any contracts you still have
- List any attempts you made to get them to pay you (emails, phone calls, etc.)

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