In 2008, a friend and I took part in a free photoshoot. It was an offer provided by a company named Blush Photography in Melbourne. The photoshoot was free, however, if you wanted prints, then a fee was required. Please note I am not a model, this shoot was purely a promotion for this company. At the end of the shoot, my friend and I looked over the photo's and decided to purchase a few. We were informed that we could pay half and pay the other half later. We paid $135. By the time the due date came around for the remainder of the amount, we could not afford the remaining $135. I advised Blush of this and they responded saying that the rest of the amount needed to be paid. 6 years on I have received a 'Debt Recovery' letter advising me to make the remaining payment or a Notice of Proceedings for Judgement would be issued against me via debt collectors. I would like to know if there is anything to worry about. I have not received any of the photo prints or other merchandise from the company. I am worried that if I pay the remaining $135 I will not receive my prints and I am not sure $135 is worth the effort of legal proceedings, as well as the cost?