A recent story on the Connecticut NBC affiliate station highlighted a CT wedding videographer who has allegedly scammed more than 20 brides by taking their money, and never delivering their wedding video. We have received reports that this man has been changing his company name and possibly his own name, making it very difficult for brides to know if they are paying money to this scam artist. (See the link below for more information.) We have also received reports that his new company is advertising on The Knot.
How can you protect your investment and make sure the videographer you hire will deliver what he or she promises?
The NPVA/NE has a code of ethics all members must agree to. Our members are required to operate ethically, continue their education, and deliver what they promise. If a violation of the code is brought to our attention, members can be booted from our organization. This means that the videographers you’ll find in our directory are reputable, ethical business people who will deliver the services you pay them for.
Don’t risk hiring this scam artist, or any other disreputable or questionable videographer. Start looking for your wedding videographer in our wedding videographer directory, which contains ONLY NPVA/NE members in good standing.
For more information about the scam artist: