In April 2008 news broke out that Brenda Song was portrayed as an escort service provider in a popular printed material, the L.A. weekly. Apparently, her picture was placed for an escort agency’s advertisement without her consent. The discovery enraged the actress, as expected. She said that she did not maintain her wholesome Hollywood image only to be tarnished outright by Vibe Media Inc, the company that used her picture on their ad without her authorization. Brenda Song took the matter to the courts and she won the case. It made her $100,000 richer.
This is the biggest mistake escort agencies can do – use other people’s pictures to promote their services. This practice is very apparent online too. Many escort agencies use fake pictures of their girls on their gallery. Most do this to entice customers. And it’s bad practice. It is very important that clients are aware of this and stick only to the agencies that posts authentic pictures of their girls.
So look through your escort service provider. Deal only with honest, reputable escort agencies. Don’t be a victim like Brenda Song. Nor should you be fooled by agencies letting you think that the girl you chose will be your date only to be met by an entirely different person on the appointment day.