In this article, we will share some very interesting news. A tattoo artist was arrested for making thousands of dollars for a sketch. One video Tiktok described is called Tattoo Gate. The video is circulating on the internet. This video is trending on every social media platform. People were shocked after watching this video. This video is currently causing a lot of controversy. Nowadays people are very interested in knowing about tattoo artists. Netizens want to know what he did wrong in the video. What’s inside the video? People want to know the truth of this case. So, read the entire article till the end to know everything about this case.
TikTok tattoo artist
When one woman told about her encounter with a tattoo artist who demanded thousands of dollars for a sketch, Tattoo Gate was born. Courtney Monteith, a user on TikTok, posted a video of her encounter with a tattoo artist who tried to sell her more designs. In her foreword, Courtney said that she contacted a tattoo artist she respected about getting a fox tattooed on her upper arm. The tattoo artist informed her that she had to pay a “design fee” after charging $180 for an online tattoo. Courtney then revealed that she was offered three different design prices, with the lowest being a concept sketch with a single minor change and costing between $1,500 and $6,000.
Courtney chose the least expensive option for a sketch, but what she received was a completely different design than what had been negotiated. Even though Courtney showed photos of what she wanted, the artist still announced that it was her fault for not being clear about wanting a full fox when expressing her displeasure pleased with them. The tattoo artist then informed Courtney that she would require an additional payment of $2,260 in addition to the $1,000 upfront payment for the tattoo appointment to redo her sketch.
Before discovering that design costs were actually optional and called “design collaboration”. “The discretion of that fee was never disclosed to me. She gave me three options and asked which one I felt most comfortable with. It was my fault; I should have left at that point, Courtney said. Ultimately, Courtney decided to give up getting tattoos, but she ended up losing $2,600 in the process. It didn’t take long before another individual reported that the same tattoo artist had “scammed” them out of a total of $4,000. So this is all about this case. We will share some more information about this case soon until then stay tuned for PKB news.
#stitch with @cmonteith sharing my ultimate experience #tattoogate #lucidtattoos #tattoohorrorstory #tattooscam #lindsayjoseph #cambridgeontario #ontariotatoo
♬ original audio – Ri McCue
#stitch with @cmonteith part 2 of my $4000 tattoo fiasco #tattoogate #lucidtattoos #tattoohorrorstory #tattooscam #lucidtattoo
♬ original audio – Ri McCue