Tummy Tuck Cancel

  • IslandCoco
  • Illinois
  • 1 year ago

Hi Real self lady's just became a member two week's ago. I was scheduled for a Tummy tuck with lipo/flanks on February 13, 2013 but I had to cancel it a week ago. I just found out by my gyn dr I may have to have a Partial hysterectomy so I had to Cancel my procedure with Dr. Ross but thank God I did Because I've been doing some research on real self and they really educated me. I Heard some bad review on him I should not have put down $500 deposit and now they would not give me back the money to me I called them and explained to them that I have to have a hysterectomy done and they told me my money is nonrefundable and I cAn have the tummy tuck when am better but I Do not want to use his Service anymore. Any Advice!

Comments (11)

Sort by

Where is Dr Ross located? I want to look him up
Reply
If he's not a great surgeon, you will be happy that five hundred dollars is all you lost! Deposits are usually non-refundable. You will truly be happier with someone else in the long run.
Reply
Definitely do your research. If you're not comfortable or have heard bad reviews, it's worth $500. I went to Dr. Lara when he was with Jerusalem Hospital; that was in Jan 2012. I heard recently he has his own practice in Tijuana. You google his name, Dr. Alberto Lara Jimenez in Tijuana and I believe his information will come up.
Reply
Ok. Thanks
Reply
My prayers are showering down on you!!:-) you will be out of surgery soon enough!!
Reply
Thats BS-did he have to book an OR and use that fee? If not, you should get your money back.
Reply
Were you able to get. Your money back?!?
Reply
try to contact consumer affairs to can try to get u the money.
Reply
There are ladies in the February Tucker's forum who are having a tummy tuck with their hysterectomy and saving some money in the process. Apparently the OR and anesthesiologist fees are pro-rated. You should check it out and recoup your $500.00.
Reply
I will look in to see if both process will work out for me. Thank you Oldermomof2
Reply
Did you know the deposit was non-refundable when you gave it? If there's paperwork saying it, then you are probably poorer now. If there isn't, you may (or may not) have a chance to get it back. Is it worth the hassle? See a lawyer to see if you can get it back? Research on the net about refunds?
Reply