A few years ago I paid Devon was doing a session tour. I paid her in advance, in full, for a session I scheduled with her in Boston. She never did the tour and she kept the money. Stupid on my part to pay in full in advance, I know, but I had done business with her before when ordering custom clips and she usually delivered. I later found out that she booked sessions on the same tour with other customers and never did the sessions but kept all of the deposits. Devon was always one of the best workers. I'm not sure what happened over the past 3 years or so but, as far as I'm concerned, until she proves otherwise, she cannot be counted on to follow through on this upcoming tour either. If you book a session with her, don't pay upfront. If she insists on a deposit, which is perfectly reasonable, put down as little as possible. Pay her the full amount when you meet her for the session. I will NOT be scheduling a session with Devon on this tour or any others.
BEWARE: Devon was one of the best on the custom wrestling business until about 3-4 years ago. Any clip you ordered was shot just as scripted and promptly delivered to the customer. Then suddenly, a few years ago, the clips took longer to be delivered and then, they weren't shot at all...... but Devon kept the money. She also has planned session trips over the past few years. She's even gone so far as to book sessions with clients and have them put down a deposit but she never made the trip..... and she kept the money. Now, she's planning on touring again. Maybe she is gong to make good on her promise to "make things right" to her customers and fans. I hope so because she was the best until a few hears ago. But, I would be very wary of putting down any sort of deposit if I were a prospective customer. If you book a session with her..... book at your own risk..... but, my advice is to refuse to put down a deposit, at least nothing more than $20.00. Tell her you'll pay for the session when you meet her in person. She needs to earn her customers' trust back.