Record Now, Pay Later
How it works
You record now and spread your payments over either 6 monthly payments or 12 monthly payments. Payments are based on studio time and mixing hours.
How do I qualify?
To qualify for this option, in addition to the regular information we gather on bands and artists that record through our studio, you must provide a billing address with your credit/debit card number, Social Security number, an active email address and we will scan your ID.
Payment Plan Agreement
Storyboard LLC has agreed to bill you for your recording time in installments subject to the following conditions.
- A non-refundable deposit of $250 will be required to hold your studio time (this will be applied to your installments once the project is finished)
- The total of your project bill will be split into approximate equal payments
- The initial payment will be charged as soon as you walk out of the studio with your music
- Subsequent installments will be charged to your payment card in approximately 30 day intervals for the length of the agreement
Interest, Late Fees & Other Possible Costs
A non-refundable deposit of $250 will be required up front to book and hold your studio time. Storyboard LLC will not charge you interest.
Payments must be made with; Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express.
By proceeding with this payment plan, you agree to maintain sufficient funds on the payment card you have provided so that subsequent installments can be billed to that card. If the card is expired or replaced, you agree to notify Storyboard LLC and supply an alternate card with the necessary funds available. If a payment cannot be charged on your payment card for a scheduled installment, Storyboard LLC may charge a late payment fee of $45 per installment.
The decision to offer an installment or payment plan for your project may be based on information requested from a credit reporting agency.
In the event that the client of Storyboard LLC defaults on this agreement, the client will be responsible for any and all collection costs, court costs, attorneys' fees, or any other expenses incurred in the collection of this debt.