Popular tattoo removal shop ditches clients, takes money from pre-paid visits

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HOUSTON — They were supposed to remove tattoos, but they're the ones who have disappeared instead.

Shocked clients of Dr. Tattoff, the well-known tattoo removal clinic on Westheimer, are finding themselves with half erased ink and a lot less cash after the doc closed shop and left everyone in the lurch. Dr. Tattoo customer,

"Well, this is news to me," customer Chad Handley. "And that's going to be me, I guess. I've paid in full, completely in full, and I still got at least two more years to go."

Because removing a tattoo can take a long while, many of Dr. Tattoff's customers prepaid for several sessions up front. Now, after the clinic's abrupt closing, many are left with smudges and missing money.

"I am out of a lot of money, $4500," Handley said. "Hopefully, another tattoo removal clinic may pick us up, but I don't see that happening since we already paid in full to them. So there may be legal action. I don't know what I'm gonna have to do."

According to the nearby business manager, who wanted to stay anonymous, the closure happened on September 7.

Several other Dr. Tattoff locations across the country have also closed abruptly, according to various news outlets.

And repeated attempts to call the company have got NewFix nowhere.

Right now, customers are left wondering what will be the outcome to this ink stink.


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