Do not waste your time with this scam. I signed with them from 2010-**** during that time I seldom heard from them, the only time I talked to them during that time was when I contacted them.(the only time I have ever heard of them calling any of their "models" is when they miss a payment) They never had any jobs and went months without updating their casting sections. When I asked why I wasn't getting any any jobs from them they always had a BS excuse about how the market was small, or they were sending out my comp card(which they never do with anyone) or that I didn't have the right look for their jobs, or that I wasn't working hard enough etc etc. In truth they didn't have any jobs, all their "clients" they get from open calls and Craigslist. Even once you are a model they make no effort to market you or get you introduced to the local Photography/Modeling circles, in fact they do every thing they can to keep their models away from it. I was fired from NV when I discovered irrefutable proof that they were lying to models and stealing from them. At the time they were claiming that they represented Miss USA 2010, Rima Fakih(the Miss USA pageant had her agency listed on their site and it wasn't NV) I met Miss Fakih back stage at Rupp Arena when she was trying out to be a WWE Diva, and showed her the Old NV site that had her photos and claimed to represent her. She called her real agent and NV removed the the photos. They can still be found on the Way Back Machine. They also like to claim they represent Ian Mellencamp, who they have nothing to do with. Ian ditched NV when he moved to NY for COLLEGE, and all of his big name contracts and deals are due to CLICK MODELS and Model 1. This is readily available information that you can easily find on google. They made claims of connections to all these major Agencies and Industries, I called up every single one they claimed to know and turns out NOT A SINGLE ONE had ever heard of them, several even checked their files of who participated in recent shows/shoots, NV having claimed to work them, and nothing except a few mall shows. FORD, NEXT, VISIONS, CLICK, COSMO, MC2, not one of them had ever heard of NV. Turns out they only Models they were publicizing were the ones who worked in the office, Everyone else's cards and portfolios just sat on a self or in a closet. When I addressed NV underhanded actions they fired me, but not before stealing most of my last pay check claiming fees, that were not listed in the contract and threatening to sue me if I made this information public. A few months after I was fired there were several questions raised and an investigation launched into the who the actual owner of the agency was, and one of the head directors was FIRED. Before anyone thinks that I am just saying this "because you just couldn't make it as a model" not weeks after being fired I put out feelers into the local communities of Cincinnati Louisville and Lexington, and had more jobs and photoshoots in a month than NV got me in the entire time I had worked for them. And THIS YEAR, I have been in at least one fashion or print publication(some international) EVERY MONTH, with one shoot for a magazine this weekend and another at the end month for a different magazine. I have been interviewed multiple times and participated in several new big name fashion events. All this from a guy who according to NV didn't have the right look, was in too small a market, and didn't work hard enough. NV wouldn't know a model if they walked in and bit them. New View Fraud agency DOES NOT develop models and they never have and they never will, they just steal money from people and lie. Also all the crap they claim to teach you, you will never use and don't need. What you do need and use, you learn literally can learn and master hour before a runway show.