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    Sold a modelling portfolio and don't want it
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    • 2nd Mar 13, 12:20 AM
    Sold a modelling portfolio and don't want it 2nd Mar 13 at 12:20 AM
    I went for a modelling portfolio shoot today at the London School of Modelling and all day they took pretty good care of me at the end of the day they pressured me into purchasing the photos that took.

    I paid £500 upfront and signed an agreement to pay £1000 over the next year for 30 photos and a website.

    I don't have the website yet and the photos are on a disc and have not been touched up and finalized yet.

    I am really regretting this decisions and I want my money back but under the pressure of the sales person I caved.

    Where do I stand with this? Can I get my money back? I am scared they will take me to court if I cancel the DD and don't pay them this extra £1000.

    Really appreciate the advice.

    Thank You.
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