I am very disappointed. I saw an ad on Craigslist for a free tattoo removal, and after contacting them, found that it was just a free consultation and free 1st treatment. I went ahead with making an appointment, but was unable to make my scheduled time. They have a 48-hour cancellation policy, and when I sheduled my appointment I was already within that 48-hour window. Due to circumstances beyond my control, I was unable to make my scheduled appointment, and had the choice to go in later or be charged $100! So, they are charging me for not taking advantage of a free offer!! This is not the behavior of a reputable company. Due to the way they run their business and the “policy” the representative quoted, I would not give them the pleasure of your business or time.
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