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Don't be fooled by the fake uploaded photos misleading you to believe they are recent clients of Cosmetic Holidays International. Plus the surgery isn't even done by the Surgeon quoted, so it's very misleading. Claire Johnson is truly living up to her bad reputation and false promises to potential and past clients. This picture is actually a UK Celebrity not as quoted on Claire's business webpage as an "Australian fitness competitor". This is actually a well-known reality UK TV Celebrity, Chloe Goodman. I knew I recognised that body and bikini. http://globalknock.com/chloe-goodman-swaps-the-sand-for-the-pool-as-she-shows-off-her-ample-assets-and-pert-behind-in-bright-bikini-on-sun-soaked-break/. Really check out your agent's thoroughly before booking. Sadly I didn't. A good agent who isn't all about money and shows empathy, kindness, genuine caring nature and follows you through the whole process and beyond is really worth her or his fee ladies. Booking directly can be very daunting and you have no support. .
Hi everyone! This is my first forum post. I am planning on having a breast augmentation later in the year. I feel more comfortable using an agent than just on my own. What are your experiences using an agent and are there any you would avoid? I've seen some posts on here where the agent rep didn't show until time for payment etc, didn't support with the consult or pre surgery at all. If I'm paying for support, that's what I expect to get! So far I have talked to two agencies, international rejuvenation and cosmeditour. Initial vibes after info packs and phone convos are good with IR and less good with cosmeditour. I still think both are great but felt cosmeditour was trying to up sell me with teardrops when from my research round will recommendation a good result. I am also definitely going to contact nib options as although they are new, they have had an Australian plastic surgeon check out each of their Thai surgeons. That really makes me feel a lot better about travelling to Thailand! Please post below your experiences with any agent, good or bad, and your experience going it alone too. Thanks!
Hi all First post for me - long time reader! I am turning 40 next year and have decided to celebrate with a BA in Thailand @ May 2016. After reading all the info and stories I am a little overwhelmed by it all - surgery included. My two clear options are: * Bangkok at Vejthani International Hospital with Dr Theera; or * Phuket - either at PIAC with Dr Veerawat (Dr Boonchai is not taking bookings in May) or at BHP with Dr Piyapas There is a lot of positive feedback about the Phuket surgeons, however does anyone have experience with Dr Theera at all? I couldn't find too much. My other big decision is whether to book it myself through the hospitals and look for great flight/accomm deals or hand it all over to an agent. I will be travelling over with my partner and two kids so would love to hear from anyone who has done this with the family in tow Any info / guidance would be amazing! Thanks all!!
Has anyone used Destination Meditours to arrange surgery overseas? Was going to book my surgery direct with PIAC & have had no issues thus far in doing so but I got in touch with this cosmetic agent while I was initially researching surgery overseas... They seem keen & very easy to deal with but after being disillusioned in the past (not this kinda company tho) I have trouble trusting anyone's "word" but I can't see on their site any hidden costs etc.. Would be nice to have an australian agent looking out for you but not sure...?