How to avoid being scammed

photo booth, 3D rendering, a red shiny stickerHow to avoid being scammed:

Yes, the big question on everyones mind. Well, let me tell you a story first before I begin on why being vigilant when purchasing photo booths for your special occasion is important. Again, my friends in photo booth Glasgow are the best but that’s a post later down the line. So this post is going to focus on how easily it can be to become a victim of a photo booth scam and how to avoid it. This post is sponsored by my friends at Redbridge London Locksmith

i will tell you how to remedy it if you are a victim. It’s a shame this happens a lot and that there are not nearly enough practices put into place to make it difficult for a scam artist but hey ho! That’s where I can do my part, right? It’s not a nice feeling being scammed but it would be ideal if all our money we pay for taxes would go towards strengthening our laws but that’s a post for another day.

So before I jump into this, I thought it would be a good idea to let you guys watch a quick video on the subject:

Now, after you watch this, if you are worried you may have been scammed for photo booths – email me here and we can sort something out (fingers crossed) Anyway, back to the topic at hand.

Be cautious of anyone who promises you something without any ID or information about their “business.” Be book and street smart. Before you sign any contract, make sure you have seen the product first. Nothing worse than buying an xbox one from Ebay for £500 and getting a picture of it. It’s rough!

If something sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. Stay away! We pay our taxes for a reason and that’s to avoid things like this. Photo booths are an art in itself. Quality pictures should not cost a huge hole in your wallet. So in my next post, I will discuss the best photo booth company I know.