Report: #1449193

Complaint Review: Hair Club - Tulsa OK

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  • Reported By: Tina — Tulsa oklahoma United States
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  • Hair Club 7134 S Yale Ave Suite 320 Tulsa, OK United States

Hair Club They sold me a hairpiece for $2000 and attached it to my head with surgical glue - then later told me that I had to pay for a maintenance plan of $350 per month because I couldn't maintain it myself with their products! Tulsa OK

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After I had chemotherapy in 2016, I was left totally bald. I went there as a resolution to hairloss.  I paid $2000 for ONE hairpiece, and then was told a few months later that I would have to pay $350 per month for maintenance, that I could not do it with the products that they sold.  They had to have me on a maintenance program.  I couldnot afford a maintenane plan and was not informed of one when I purchased the hair.  My hairpiece turned into HAY within a few weeks.  It was a nightmare!  I would not recommend.

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