- Check exactly what is required of you before attending an audition.
- Use Google to research the company or person that you are auditioning for.
- Check the location of the audition. If it's in a hotel or bar, or at someone's house, this should raise some red flags.
- Take a friend, parent, or colleague with you to the audition.
- Don't be afraid to say "no" to anything that you aren't comfortable doing.
- Always read contracts carefully before signing them.
- The spelling or grammar is very poor
- Asking you for money upfront or sending fake bank cheques
- The email claims to be from a known company, but the email address does not include the original website, like @mtv.com
- The offer they are making you is generic with no specific details.
If you will work with me then you must be approachable,courageous and contribute. About compensation; our professional standard rate as slated for this assignment is $300 per hour only, i.e. a total sum of $1200.00 for the 4 hrs, as we'll be looking forward to work with you for 4 hrs only. An advanced deposit of $600.00 would be issued to you via a certified/valid Check as designed by our policy to pre-endorse you for this assignment, and your balance would be paid at the completion of the shoot.
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