Patients said they were owed cash after a confidential medical organization went into liquidation.
Summerfield Medical services, situated in Shrewsbury, said on its site it had stopped exchanging.
One patient said they turned up for a surgery just to find its premises in Birmingham unfilled.
Robert, who would have rather not given his last name, said he picked the organization for a vasectomy after he was informed he could need to sit tight for a year on the NHS.
He said he paid £599 for the system, which was booked to occur on 10 Walk.
His significant other, Jamie, said a pre-medical procedure call didn’t occur and they stayed with attempting to contact the without progress.
On the day preceding the arranged activity they said they got an email affirmation that the system would be going on, however when they went to the facility in Extraordinary Barr, Birmingham, it was totally unfilled.
“Our calls weren’t being replied and we needed to find a previous chief to figure out what was happening,” she said.
“We paid on a charge card, so ideally we will get the cash back, however certain individuals might have paid undeniably more,” she added.
“For certain individuals that is a month’s lease, it’s truckload of cash to lose.”
The organization likewise treated patients at premises in Wolverhampton and Cardiff.
It was one of various medical organizations under the directorship of Dr Stephen Award Charlesworth-Jones, settled in Charlesworth Court, Shrewsbury.
Jamie said the installment for the system was made into one more record for an organization called Ryminster, which it happened was the enrolled name of the organization exchanging as Summerfield Medical services.
Site Trustpilot has various ongoing audits, including some adage the organization had “evaporated immediately and inexplicably”, while others griped of not having the option to get hold of anybody.
“To go into work and afterward be let you know never again have some work and told to get your work area together and no wages,” someone else posted.
Summerfield Medical services’ site expressed the organization was in liquidation and that outlets would be delegated in the following 14 days.
“Tragically, following eight years and our most prominent endeavors, particularly somewhat recently, a huge ascent in functional expenses combined with a critical decrease popular for direct paying confidential medical care patients have made Summerfield Medical care become monetarily unviable and our facilities have shut,” it said.
“Staff are qualified for the Public authority overt repetitiveness plot and the designated vendors are lawfully liable for all monetary matters hereafter.”
Demands for additional remark from Dr Charlesworth-Jones were not met with a reaction.