My fiance went to this place and was clearly scammed. Because her acne problem was very slight, they told her the treatment would help, but obviously they couldn't guarantee it. Their first lie. Her very slight acne problem worsened after "treatment" from this place. So $3,000 later and months of laser and facial treatments she is more dissatisfied with her face now than ever. When she first signed the contract, they stated emphatically that her condition wasn't as bad as the one's they've seen and thus, she may not even need the full treatment. Their second lie. They told her a cream would help (which should've been part of the contract), but was told it was an additional cost. Their third lie. The creamed turned out to be expired! The "doctor Kim" isn't a doctor at all. Their fourth lie. So there's fraud right there as she dares to wear a tag identifying herself as a doctor. The staff simply smile and say, "no problem" while trying to scam more products off of you. I feel horrible for her since she's so unhappy and she's devastated that her face worsened.