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Asked on: 11/29/05, 8:06 pm

Vocal Contract Stating Minimum Wage for Contract Job

I worked with a photographer- who on 3 occassions took pictures of me. He built my website, and runs it- taking 60% of profits, plus server fees, etc. Before our first photo shoot I was promised a $500/weekly paycheck MINIMUM. There was no contract at that time however it was stated on his model recruitment page- which I screen capped. It took 8 months for him to build my site (generally it only takes 2.) I was patient. The site was finally launched on the internet, and 3 days after I had still not signed a contract. He removed the $500 promise from his recruitment page at that time. I asked- he said it was no longer an option, though my site had launched with it still being promised. My site has been up for nearly a month- he will not give me a solid yes or no on whether I will recieve that amount in my weekly paychecks. I have a copy of the contract from the beginning with the $500 listed as a term, but was told not to sign it until my site launched. Is there a way I can hold him to this with a vocal, understood agreement. Any help..please!!!!!

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