This business is not BBB accredited.
Phone: (415) 544-5500 Fax: (415) 544-5510 View Additional Phone Numbers 650 California Street, 24th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108 View Additional Email Addresses View Additional Web Addresses ! There is an alert on Bella Pictures, Inc. !
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This company offers wedding photography and video production, utilizing wedding photojournalism and documentary-style film making.
This business is not BBB accredited.
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Based on BBB files, this business has a BBB Rating of No Rating. The reason is as follows:
- This business has no rating because it is out of business.
Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details
|Complaint Type||Total Closed Complaints|
|Problems with Product/Service||1|
|Total Closed Complaints||1|
Customer Reviews Summary Read customer reviews
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Type of Entity
Business ManagementMs. Denae Fernandez, Director, Client Experience Mr. Mitchell Rhodes, CEO
Number of Employees
Service AreaThis business service area covers the bay area.
Alternate Business NamesBella Pictures Studio Blue Weddings
Complaints processed by BBB state this company closed leaving consumers with no way to redeem store credit or products. Mail, email and phone calls to the company have not bee responded too. BBB was informed by American Wedding Group who we are told took over Bella Pictures that they are unable to service their previous customers.
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1. Try to locate the owner.
*Immediately send a letter to the firm's most recent address. The Post Office may have been given a forwarding address and the owner or a business representative may still be responsive to written correspondence.
*Check with the company's landlord for updated information or ask neighboring businesses.
*Make inquiries of businesses in the same industry who may know what happened.
*If you can reach the owner and he or she is unwilling to settle your claim you can file in court or consult your attorney.
2. Check with the appropriate government or regulatory agencies.
*If the company was a corporation, check with the Secretary of State to learn the name of the registered agent. A registered agent is often an attorney who may provide additional information.
*Contact the appropriate local, state, or federal licensing agency, if the business was subject to regulation (e.g. insurance agency, contractor, doctor, dentist, etc.). If you are unsure if the company was in an industry that required a license, your BBB can provide you with the appropriate agency.
*Check with the Business Tax office for the city the business was located in. Businesses often have to register with the city they are operating in for tax purposes.
3. Contact your bank or credit card company, depending on how you paid. If you paid for something you have not received, your bank or credit card company may be able to reverse the charges.
4. Check with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to see if the company has filed for bankruptcy. Under Chapter 7 bankruptcy you may be able to file a claim as an unsecured creditor, if any money is left after the company's assets have been distributed among its secure creditors.
5. Contact your local police department. If you left any items (e.g. dry cleaning or items for sale on consignment) with a business that is now closed or vacant, the police department may be able to investigate and can assign a case number to you for reference and for use when contacting your credit card or bank.