Can I get my $500 down payment back from my Breast argumentation surgery?
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Refund of surgery deposit.
Receiving Down Payment back
Each office has different financial policies. However, most offices should be able to refund your money without any issues. It is worth exploring.
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Can I get my surgery deposit back before my breast augmentation?
Thank you for your question. No, it is not terrible to ask for your money back. You need to make the decision that is right for you in terms of choosing a surgeon. Every office is different regarding their policies toward the refunding of surgery deposits. You will find that most offices (including mine) adhere to the policy that a surgery deposit is non-refundable. As you mentioned, when you decide to book a surgery, your surgeon fills his time with your specific case. If you cancel, that spot may go unfilled or it may have prevented someone else from having surgery.
Now you are still 6 months out from surgery. Definitely call their office and ask the office manager if you can get your deposit back. At that time you will have to cancel your surgery. Their office may have a policy that if you cancel that far in advance, you may be able to get some or all of your deposit back. But if you signed a financial policy stating the deposit is non-refundable, which most offices have, then you are probably on the hook for the $500. Best of luck!
Can you get your deposit back?
Refund of a Down Payment.
Breast Augmentation - Want A Refund?
Thank you for your question.In my practice, the $500 is a non-refundable scheduling fee that is then applied to your procedure. Of course, there always are exceptions. Call your surgeon's office and speak with the patient coordinator (or whomever handles the financial part of the procedure).Best of luck!
Thank you for your question. More than etiquette this would be a matter of financial policies. Each Plastic Surgeon and practice will have their own financial policies. Some will refund up until a specified time before surgery and some will not or only partially. You will need to contact the office and inquire about their policies.
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Down Payment Back?
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