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Financing of Surgeries
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June 20, 2014
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I was just wondering if it is possible to finance your surgeries rather than paying all at once. How would that work for international patients? Would it be possible to charge my credit card a certain amount every month rather than paying thousands of dollars all at once? 

June 20, 2014
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I think it depends on the clinic you go to, but I was also wondering about international charging. Would I need cash or something to comply with their currency or something? That would make it impossible to finance thoughCry

June 25, 2014
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Yeah, I also heard that they like you to pay in cash. I'm just curious about the simplest way for paying for the procedures as well as possibly paying over a couple of months. If any one knows something about this please reply. Thanks!

November 27, 2014
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On another thread Seoul TouchUp talked about this. You can pay in credit/debit. You can also wire money to Seoul TouchUp and they will pay for your surgeries. You can carry up to $10,000USD on an airplane without declaring it, but keep in mind that if something happens to your suitcase you are in big trouble. You can also withdraw money over in Korea from your bank account, but you'll want to look at exchange rates and policies.

The thread where all this was discussed is here: .....r-surgery/

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Isis King said
On another thread Seoul TouchUp talked about this. You can pay in credit/debit. You can also wire money to Seoul TouchUp and they will pay for your surgeries. You can carry up to $10,000USD on an airplane without declaring it, but keep in mind that if something happens to your suitcase you are in big trouble. You can also withdraw money over in Korea from your bank account, but you'll want to look at exchange rates and policies.

The thread where all this was discussed is here: .....r-surgery/

Also it's good to keep in mind that whenever you pay using card in Korea, they automatically add on a 10% fee (VAT10%). So if you're trying to minimise your costs as much as possible, it would be ideal to pay in cash. 

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I guess the phrase "Cash is King" applies everywhere in the world :/

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I guess the phrase "Cash is King" applies everywhere in the world :/

Alas, convenience comes at a price. As a side note - when calculating the price of whatever package you choose, please remember that the VAT is not added to the prices listed on the website, so if you are trying to come up with a comprehensive budget, that is yet another thing you will have to add in.
 

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abby saadeh said
I was just wondering if it is possible to finance your surgeries rather than paying all at once. How would that work for international patients? Would it be possible to charge my credit card a certain amount every month rather than paying thousands of dollars all at once? 

well I think its possible in big surgeries..... 

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