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Posted 8/24/2010 5:43:28 PM


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Eager to get a HT, but having to wait until I secure a job that pays a decent wage/salary, so that it makes sense to do financing...

Has anyone here financed through either of the two companies offered (Cosmeticredit or Carecredit) and if so, what were your experiences/thoughts?  Are there other options as well?

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Posted 8/27/2010 7:50:32 PM


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I would be interested to know this too.
My experience has been that they don't answer emails.
When I filled out the application form for one of them (I don't remember which one) it only had an option of the United States for where you live. I'm a Canadian living in South Korea, so I didn't really know how to get around this. They never responded and I never got around to calling them.
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Posted 8/31/2010 9:41:02 PM
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hello, I've used alvi armani's services back in april 2010. In Toronto, we have Medicard, I ended up using my line of credit. If you have a house, you can also try using your home equity line of credit, or try going to your local bank and ask for financing, if you have good credit and an okay job, you might qualify for an unsecure one. Or if you know a friend that has good credit and secure job, you can ask him to finance you and pay him back. Or you can ask someone to be your guarantor. You can also consider private funding. You can also try using your school loan like OSAP (in ontario). The methods I listed are unconventional and risky, so make sure you know what you're doing before you get into that kind of debt. Hope that helps.
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Posted 10/20/2010 10:49:58 AM


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Financing:

We are set up with 2 companies at this time.  Careredit and Surgeryloans.com.  Patients can go to their website or call the number and they can apply with them for financing.

 

www.surgeryloans.com

888-502-8020

 

www.carecredit.com

800-365-8295

 

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