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I was scouted by models.com on Skype, Facebook, etc. – SCAM

Models.com never scouts aspiring models in person, via email, or by social media.

The person you’ve encountered is a scammer and we do not recommend contacting this person any further.

You’re welcome to report the profile to whichever platform they reached out to you on. For additional concerns, please email support@models.com.

How do I become a model?

Important note: Models.com is not an agency or scouting service.

Simply by using your membership you are already taking important steps in connecting professionally with the modeling industry and to get more serious about fashion than ever.

You now have access to a set of tools unique to Models.com like:

Agency Directory
The extensive city-by-city agency directory includes top talent agents worldwide, from model agencies to agents representing photographers, hair and makeup artists, set designers and a wide range of the industry’s top talent.

Track your favorite models and artists
Stay up to date on the latest work from your favorite models and creatives: use the button on a person’s page on Models.com to add them to your own personalized favorites news feed page.

Using these resources to understand how this industry works will be key to help you take the initiative in aligning yourself with the best people to reach your full potential as a model.

To have a professional model page on Models.com, your first step is to be represented by an agency or to be already working with high-caliber clients in the industry. Visit our modeling agency directory to find contacts for agencies nearest to you. Later, if you end up with a professional page on Models.com, have your agency reach out to us so we can link this new login to your page.

Just a reminder, Models.com is NOT an agency.

*FEB 2019: Models.com has removed the unrepresented model portfolio section. if you would like to become a model, visit our Modeling Agencies page to find an agency to send your photos to.*

I signed up for a membership as a model, why am I not in the database?

If you are a model represented by one of our listed agencies, please have your agency reach out to us about creating you an official MDC page.

If you already have an official MDC page (search your name in the search bar on the homepage) email support@models.com with proof of identity or sign in using your Instagram to take control of your page.

Where did your unrepresented/aspiring portfolio section go?

As of February 2019, Models.com will no longer host aspiring model portfolios or allow new portfolios to be created.

Model and artist pages on Models.com are created on an invite-only basis by the Models.com staff based on their career accomplishments, longevity and influence in the fashion community.

I signed up for a membership, now what?

Simply by using your membership you are already taking important steps in connecting professionally with the modeling industry and to get more serious about fashion than ever.

You now have access to a set of tools unique to Models.com like:

Agency Directory
The extensive city-by-city agency directory includes top talent agents worldwide, from model agencies to agents representing photographers, hair and makeup artists, set designers and a wide range of the industry’s top talent.

Track your favorite models and artists
Stay up to date on the latest work from your favorite models and creatives: use the button on a person’s page on Models.com to add them to your own personalized favorites news feed page.

Using these resources to understand how this industry works will be key to help you take the initiative in aligning yourself with the best people to reach your full potential as a model.

To have a professional model page on Models.com, your first step is to be represented by an agency or to be already working with high-caliber clients in the industry. Visit our modeling agency directory to find contacts for agencies nearest to you. Later, if you end up with a professional page on Models.com, have your agency reach out to us so we can link this new login to your page.

Just a reminder, models.com is NOT an agency. Agencies and scouts use models.com as a tool to find new talent.

How do I delete my account?

From models.com/account (Dashboard)
1. Click on the “edit account” option in the left hand panel
2. On the bottom left you will see an option that says “You can delete your account here.”
3. Click on that link! Then you can click “YES Delete my account” option

If you have a page in the models.com database as a professional artist or model and would like it removed, reach out to support@models.com with proof of identity to request removal.