(Closed) DJ contract – is this normal?

posted 9 years ago in Legal
Post # 17
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2623 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

If I were you I wouldn’t sign this contract. This contract seems highly unfair and seems to protect only your dj.

Post # 19
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682 posts
Busy bee

@calibee79  Thanks, I read her original post, I can read. I got that. I’m a vendor and I was explaining how vendors are “supposed” to work with deposits. I’m just being helpful and giving her an explanation from a vendors point of view on how it’s supposed to work.  

Post # 20
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9 posts
Newbee

That contract sounds one sided but I think you might be surprised by the number of people who don’t even read an agreement before signing. I can understand wanting the balance to be paid at the beginning of the performance- at the end the DJ will be busy packing up and you will be busy saying goodbyes, arranging final details, loading things and hugging peeps. Nobody wants to interrupt that to ask for money. The rest of the contract is unacceptable!

 

Post # 22
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15 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Always read the contract.  7 pages is WAY to much.  Lose that DJ and get a new one.  My DJ was awesome for my wedding and I’m planning my bff wedding now and using them again.  You should contact them.  Shane & Paul at dj mashane  http://www.djmashane.com Their basic package is under $1k and they have great ratings on weddingwire.com

 

 

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