As an insider in the hair transplant industry, just say a few words. I have seen a lot of disputes in hair transplant institutions. Most of them were publicized by hospitals in the final stage. Of course, there are also some that make a lot of noise, such as those on TV, newspapers, and courts. I have personally experienced 3 hair transplant lawsuits in Haidian District. The patients in the lawsuit are all more powerful people (ordinary people generally have no spare time to toss), and the amount of compensation requested ranges from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands. The final result is a small win for the hair transplant organization, with some basic compensation, but large compensation is not supported. It is basically a result of a muddy mud. The actual compensation received by some patients is actually much less than what the hair transplant organization is willing to give privately. It may also be because of these willingness that there are a lot of disputes in the hair transplant industry, but few go to the court, because the current hair transplant appraisal is blank, the court cannot deal with medical malpractice, and even false propaganda cannot be defined (you must have an appraisal to know It’s not true), only from other trivialities to adjust the contradiction. The question now is, the patient has to figure out what he wants? If it is a request for a refund, talk to the person in charge of the agency. If you persist in it, I dare to say that the chance of recovering the refund is not small, even if it is not the full amount, it will not be lost. If you still want to do a hair transplant to make up for it, let’s talk about it. This is easier than a refund. If you simply want to vent your anger, want to retaliate against the hospital, and make them hurt, it is useless to just post a few news and a few posts. You may need a long-term comprehensive plan. Even showing your face and videos can be considered. Our society Now it is free of speech, and it is entirely possible to express one’s own voice reasonably, provided that it does not violate the law. If the purpose of the patient is to obtain a large sum of compensation, I think the chance is not great, for the reasons I mentioned above. Of course, if the patient’s purpose is simply to hope that others will not go for hair transplantation, long-term or even lifelong persistence is needed, and the value is up to you. After all, there are good reputations and bad reputations in the market economy. In the end, who can have the advantage of public opinion depends on the objective facts. In the past, many manufacturers in the hair growth industry felt that they could occupy the market by unlimited advertising bombing, but the graves were several meters high.