I'm sorry but there are too many red flags here for this agency to be a legit one. Like Cogito explained, the bottom line, if this were a legit agency you wouldn't be here asking all of this.
So I suggest two things: 1) RUN. 2) If you're serious and actually interested in getting into acting professionally you start working for the next decade or so otherwise no legit agency will take you on. I should warn you though that if you haven't been studying acting, singing, and dancing like crazy since you were little chances are you will not get into any of the acting schools legit agents require for you to attend. That's the kind of people they accept, and they only accept about a dozen a year out of thousands.
Male sure you really want to be an actor to ACT. Not for some fantasy of signing with an agency just like that with no experience or training and then discovered and getting rich and famous.. It doesn't work that way.
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Tina, you and several others don't seem to know much about the acting business. You have so many mistakes so I'm going to go over them one by one.
First, I think you're very much confused. Agents work IN an agency. Agency is the company itself. The building, if you will. Agencies may hold several agents working there or they may have one (an agent who started their own agency). Secondly, displaying the profile, etc. is the job of the *actor's* but by building their own website and running social media accounts. That sort of stuff. It's marketing. Professional actors *don't* usually buy memberships on "casting websites" to display their profile, and in a second I'll tell you exactly why. Third, agents *don't* get actors jobs, that's *not* their job. When a projects starts casting the casting director approaches agents they like to work with, with a character breakdown which specifies the type of roles they're looking to fill (age range, appearance, special skills, etc.). The agent's job is to go over their client database and then send over to the casting director the headshots, resume, and reel of the clients that may fit those roles they're looking to fill. IF the casting director is interested in any of those select clients, the agent's job is then to give their client(s) the audition information and IF the actor beats their competition they get the job. *That's* how it works. Casting directors *never* work with that kind of websites. Forth, what you're talking about is *not* agencies! These are websites that list non-professional gigs and auditions alongside scams. There isn't a person sitting there and going over the profiles and sending members auditions and gigs, let alone an agency (a company. A building, if you will). Fifth, actors should *never* pay to get auditions or gigs, or for displaying a profile. That's actually the number one sign of a scam. Legit agents make money when their clients book a job. And lastly, the only people paying for those *websites* are either amateurs who have no idea how this business really works (and sometimes with a fantasy of getting discovered) or people who are still building their resume and looking for low-level experience.
Please do your research before you make such claims, because it's dangerous. You're helping OP and others get scammed (or worse).
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Quoting myself: "Professional actors *don't* USUALLY buy memberships on "casting websites" to display their profile" Also, 1)That's not the way to auditions for professional work (which is the type of auditions agents send you to), 2) those websites are NOT agencies and are not affiliated with any agencies either, 3)Professional actors know how to recognize scams and avoid them. 4)Professional actors who are members of such websites, especially those who pay for it, are members because they can't find auditions/gigs elsewhere or enough of them. 5)Those websites don't submit you to anything, as opposed to agents. You need to actually search the sites. Which is not much different from going to a film school and asking if they need actors or seeing an ad for community theater production casting.
That's not the case OP is presenting here! He's not a pro actor, he THINKS he's applying to a real agency to then go on and become a pro actor. Not a website. Which is not how it works. You mislead him and others.
By the way, I've seen other answers by you, I still doubt you know what you're talking about. No offense intended, but you pull a lot of false information on here about acting. Be careful please.