Hey docs, I swear I think these are your SMP photos on this other site: [link removed]

If this isn’t your website I’m not sure what you can do, but I just wanted to let you know. I didn’t know if maybe you were going under a different name for different markets or something.

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Those are our photos, but that is not our site. We have become aware that many of our photographs on our Scalp MicroPigmentation (SMP) site have been copied by some people, tattooists, doctors, etc.. who want the public to believe that they have extensive experience with SMP. I am personally affronted and taking the proper legal action; however, the great crime is that many people who see our photos on these sites where these representations are made, may be tricked into a procedure with one of these criminal groups.

These groups clearly don’t know what they are doing or they would show their own work. If you are not careful on selecting a proven provider, you could become a victim. As we have always said on this site, “Let the Buyer Beware,” and here you must do your diligence to avoid becoming a victim.

When a doctor from overseas stole one of my books and published it under his name, he could not understand why I was so upset. He felt that this was the greatest form of flattery (i.e. he felt so strongly that my book was the best on the market so he did the natural thing and republished it under his name as if it was an ‘endorsement’).

Tags: scalp micropigmentation, smp, photos, theft, fraud