I read your article about Trinity St. Clair and wanted to write you to let you know about my own personal experience with her.
Trinity St. Clair booked me on a tour to Washington D.C. last month. She said though that she would only work with me if I broke ties with The Luxury Companion. She told me that she wouldn’t send girls on tours that were working with a competing agency. I needed the money so I agreed to her terms.
I get to D.C. and am there for a week without a single booking. I tried and tried to call Trinity but she wouldn’t even take my call.
When I finally got a hold of her she made some excuse and then suggested I go to New York instead. She told me specifically that I had 4 pre-bookings.
I hopped the next flight to New York. It wasn’t cheap and I was already out the expensive of my flight to D.C. plus my hotel for the last week so I really needed these 4 jobs she promised were waiting on me in New York.
I get to New York and as you might have guessed, NOTHING. She lied. There were no pre-bookings. I arrived on a major Jewish holiday and apparently in New York during major Jewish holidays work is always slow.
How the heck did Trinity not know that?
I was no out my flight cost from LA to DC, then from DC to NYC plus hotels, food, etc.
I had no work and the 4 jobs Trinity promised me never materialized. I never got a single booking and worse than that, I had cut ties with the only other agency who had ever booked me any legit jobs.
I just wanted to share my story with you so that others wouldn’t get scammed by working with Trinity St. Clair like I did.
It not only cost me a lot of money I didn’t have but it also cost me the trust of the only agency who ever did actually book me work.