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Jan 01, 2013 14:03 |  #31

Contracts man. I read your post only to see if you mentioned it and you did. All depends on what it said but don't let it get to you.


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Jan 03, 2013 11:39 |  #32

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How much you wanna bet we never hear anything from him/her

I think he/she just wanted to promote their FB page.




  
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Jan 05, 2013 22:00 |  #33

Perhaps the couple have maxed their credit on the Christmas in Paris event and hope to re-capitalize with returning recent purchases.




  
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Jan 05, 2013 22:40 |  #34

Hello as a photographer we all have to go through this once in a while, what the deal is after they get their photos's then they say maybe we can get our money back, and the answer is WRONG, if they want to take you to court tell them I will see you there, and keep up the good work, you can't please everyone all the time!


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Jan 05, 2013 23:07 |  #35

It seems that on their FB page they prefer the red eye snapshot capture type images. I say give them the iron chin treatment and offer them an (upgrade follow up portrait shoot) at an 18% mark up in price with sitting fees paid in advance prior to new contract signing upon which full payment is due.....


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Jan 06, 2013 08:46 |  #36

So, it's been two weeks. What happened?


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Jan 06, 2013 14:07 |  #37

jrafael wrote in post #15439427 (external link)
I think he/she just wanted to promote their FB page.

tstowe wrote in post #15451357 (external link)
So, it's been two weeks. What happened?

OP hasn't logged back in since. :rolleyes:


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Jan 07, 2013 09:56 |  #38

crimsonblack wrote in post #15425720 (external link)
No refund. The fact that the boyfriend/husband has used the image on his facebook shows they have accepted the photos and put them into use. You have fullfilled your duties as the photographer. Do give in to them.

Courts in the US most certainly do take into consideration whether both parties have subsequently acted as though the contract has been fulfilled.

It's like you getting a check for less than you charged, but cashing it anyway--that reduces your ability win a lawsuit for a breach of contract on the shorted payment.

If the couple has used the imagery as though they were satisfied with your performance, that will matter in court.


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