Protecting Your Booking Process in the Digital Age

   In the age of technology, it's easier than ever for fake accounts to steal deposits from unsuspecting clients. Unfortunately, the tattoo industry is not immune to this problem. As a tattoo business, we've been made aware of multiple fake pages posting our work and misleading potential clients.



With the rise of fake tattoo pages, it can be challenging for clients to differentiate between the real artist and an impostor. This not only harms the reputation of the tattoo business but also puts the clients at risk of losing their deposits to a fake account.

To protect our clients and ensure a safer booking process in the new digital age, we've implemented a 1-minute maximum meet and greet via FaceTime before a deposit is sent. This helps verify the identity of the real artist in our Instagram posts and provides an extra layer of security for our clients.

By incorporating a FaceTime meet and greet into the booking process, clients can have peace of mind knowing that they are booking with the real artist and not a fake account. This also helps protect the reputation and credibility of the tattoo business and ensures a smoother booking experience for everyone involved.

The rise of fake tattoo pages on Instagram is a growing problem, but there are steps that businesses can take to protect themselves and their clients. By incorporating a 1-minute maximum FaceTime meet and greet into the booking process, we aim to provide a safer and more secure experience for our clients.

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