Tabetha Jones contradicts herself so many times that it’s impossible to believe anything she says. Here are just a few examples, taken from her own statements within the last few days alone.
The answer is NOT.
Even with the assistance of an attorney (which she, by her own admission, she does not have), no contract she produces is legal. Even if the wording were iron-clad (which it’s not. We’ll address that later), her contract still wouldn’t be legal. If the company producing the contract is illegal, said company’s contracts are not legal, either, whether it’s a publishing company or photo business. Make no mistake. For all the bluster and plethora of mentions of nonexistent attorneys, those contracts aren’t worth the paper they’re written on.
Back to the topic of Tabetha contradicting herself. First, she insists that “there no high termination fee” for leaving her company:
Then she brags about how a former author’s (ex) husband had to pay that author’s termination fee because it was too high for the author to afford on her own:
So, not only does she contradict herself about those fees, she doesn’t hesitate to post a former author’s personal business online. So much for that release form.
Authors, I hope you’re watching. Tabetha Jones contradicts herself more often than she changes underwear. If she bothers to wear any. These contradictions were taken from a single conversation. There are dozens, if hot hundreds more over the course of the past few years. Just read back through the history of this blog to educate yourself.
Don’t be suckered by a fast-talking con artist. Steer very clear.