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Another day, another scam – Be Careful with Buss Shot Productions

Hardly a day goes by anymore that I don’t hear some horrible story from someone about one scam or another. This time its Buss Shot Productions. I remember once someone met an agent on SexyJobs. She drove out to meet him since he was only a few hours away from her and the first thing he did was make her do an “audition” to make sure she was ready for porn. Next thing you know he had her driving him all around town running personal errands. The guy was a fraud. He had nothing whatsoever to do with the porn industry.

This kind of story isn’t unusual. These are scam artists everywhere. Fake agents, fake producers, make male talent, website scams, content scams – it never seems to end.

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Today’s story combined a few elements of all the common porn scams. He’s a fake agent, a fake producer, a website guy, and even a content guy.

When an unknown male contacts a girl via twitter to do a scene, she will typically say “call my agent”. When a guy immediately makes comments about how he only books direct, most girls know that’s a sign it’s a scam.

But some girls are young and nieve and are stupid enough to keep talking to the guy.

So what is the scam this time?

Basically, a guy offers a girl a shoot. When she says book with her agent, he offers her a content trade, instead of a traditional paid shoot. This company will not give a girl a legit booking through an agent, because they know agents are on to their game.

Next, they offer the girl to do a website. What girl doesn’t want her own website, right? They get the girl to shoot a bunch of content for free, saying it’s for her personal website, only there is a catch … they often times will release the footage for sale on their own Many Vids, I Want Clips and my porn profile sites well before the girl ever gets the chance to put it on her own website – a website that may or may not ever get completed.

Once a scene is released all over the internet, why would anyone pay to see it on your site too? They wouldn’t because they’ve already seen it. So that scene, which is now released EVERYWHERE, is worthless to the girl who shot it.

Also if it’s a production for the girl’s website, why is it branded with Buss Shot Productions? Look at the shot below. This scene with Aria Michaels is clearly branded and promotes Buss Shot Productions. If this was about a website deal for the girl, why are they branding the content with their own name?

 

Look at one of their videos – again branded with Buss Shot productions.

Clearly, this is nothing more than about getting girls to shoot content for them for free. And people are actually falling for it.

What’s interesting to note is that when they run these content scams on girls with agents, they are quick to trash the agent. If a girl is under contract with an agency they talk trash about the agency to the girl. Now the question is, why?

Of course, because they have their own talent agency. Sure, not a legal one but something silly like the law doesn’t matter to these guys.

I contacted the state of California to see if BSP Talent had a license. They did not. 

I contacted the state of Florida to see if BSP Talent had a license. They did not.

BussShot calls themselves a full-service talent management agency. The problem is, as they also clearly state on their own website, you are required by law to be licensed by the state of California and Florida respectively, to handle bookings for your clients.

Heck they are even claiming you don’t need no stinkin’ lawyer. Why cover your own ass?

I attempted to contact them without any luck. Their website has no phone number, and their contact us page is blank. I did attempt to fill out the “apply now” form as if I was a performer to let them know I couldn’t reach them from their contact us page as it was blank, but I got no response.

How can you do business with no means to contact you? I mean damn, do they want producers to send smoke signals if they want to work with one of their girls?

Another thing that really bothers me about these guys is that they offer girls a free place to stay in exchange for sex and to be filmed at any time they please (the producers please). That’s just shady as fuck. It only cost about $250 a week for almost any model house. A single blowjob scene is worth about $300. And yet these guys get scene after scene after scene out of a girl in a single week.

That’s a HUGE RIP OFF!

Why would a girl exchange thousands of dollars of work for a $250 a week place to stay? That makes no sense. Who would do that?

 

BUYER BEWARE – When it comes to Buss shot Productions or any of their associated companies.

2 Replies to “Another day, another scam – Be Careful with Buss Shot Productions”

  1. Karmafan

    The porn industry is a magnet for sneaky shady people ready and able to fuck over the female talent.