If you are considering breast augmentation then it's important to understand the costs of hiring the wrong doctor.

I think it's important to discuss the different types of "cost"

For now, here's a shortlist of the obvious:

  1. Outcome - Choosing the right doctor can mean the difference between complete satisfaction and total disappointment.
  2. Financial Impact - Choosing the right doctor can mean the difference between $20,000 and $200,000
  3. Health - Choosing the right doctor can mean life or death.

When things go right, it's simple. You're happy. The end.

When things go wrong, things get complicated.

There are complications during the operation

Then there are even more post-op complications:

Want to share your verified badge with the world?

We don't blame you, it's certainly something to be proud of.

We've made it easy to share by placing shareable assets on the Profile Page of your listing

You can access your listing by clicking the blue badge next to your business after you've installed our Free Chrome Extension

#1 - HTML for embedding a badge into your website footer + email signature

#2 - Click to download GMB Formatted Photo

#3 - Click to download the new GMB cover photo

Next to the GMB photo will be your cover page, but with our badge embedded into it. Feel free to use it and update your cover photo to install more consumer confidence.

#4 - Click on the social share icons on the pdf report or listing page url.

#5 - Tag your @business and add context to your social post.

Are you excited to share your results? Want to share the listing(s) of your competitors? Tell your friends and family on Facebook/Linkedin/Twitter



The FTC just fired a shot across the bow.

What does this mean?

It means the FTC may be getting ready to implement new civil penalties - up to $43,792 per violation - if a business is found using fake positive reviews.

“Fake reviews and other forms of deceptive endorsements cheat consumers and undercut honest businesses. Advertisers will pay a price if they engage in these deceptive practices.”  Samuel Levine, Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection.

Are your Brand(s) at Risk?

Do your brand(s) have fake positive reviews online? They may be at risk. Not only are your brands now at risk for civil penalties, but they are at risk at losing customers for life.

Studies show that 82% of consumers would never use a brand again if they found they had fake positive reviews. Ouch.

Can the FTC Detect Fake Positive Reviews?

Yes, back in June, FTC Economist Devesh Raval requested 85,000 Transparency Reports.

here's a link to the press release.

An economist from the FTC requested 85,000 Transparency reports from us. They have the same access to fake review data as you do.

If you manage a brand with fake reviews, you need to get them removed. ASAP.

Are you looking for an industry expert to speak about this? Reach out to [email protected]

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