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Fake Music Agency: How It Works

(with video below) Did you always dream of becoming a famous singer? Are you aware that you have talent but just can't break through? You can do auditions for agencies and hope one of them believes in you and give you the opportunity to make a demo. But you really need to watch out for scammers.

Similar to the Talent Agency scam, this one is pulled by crooks who rent an office that they furnish, for a very limited time. They put up advertising and pictures of artists who became successful thanks to their agency. How does the scam work exactly?

Watch the video below to see in action a perfectly pulled Music Agency Scam:

Fake Music Agency Scam Video

But let's take a look. When you're in the office for your audition, a fake artist (another scammer) 'represented' by the agency pays a visit to pick up her demo.

The artist is very happy of the good cooperation with the agency and recommends them to you. This is trick number one to convince you that they are real. As the successful artist leaves, the agent picks up the conversation about you and your talent.

He brings in trick number two to convince you. He explains that there is a very important person in the music industry coming to listen to the audition. It comes down to convincing him of your talent in order to get a contract. If he likes you, it must mean that you are talented.

You do your audition and of course they like you, the music big shot leaves the room and let the auditor do the rest of his work, after he tells him he really likes your performance. The third act of persuasion is to say they really believe in you and are willing to invest 2/3th of the money themselves.

They are prepared for questions and answer them smoothly. The contract is on the table, you just need to sign and pay an advance fee it in order to get started with the demo that will make you successful. The pressure of missing out of this great opportunity makes the people to sign the worthless contract.


Fake Music Agency: How To Report

Make your family and friends aware of this scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report the scammers to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:

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