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Freedom-2 Tattoo Ink

Updated on January 17, 2008

The new, removable tattoo ink.

Freedom-2 tattoo ink brings buzz to what has, for a long time, been an art form associated with subcultures and deviants. Now, this unexpected fusion of medical science and creative expression has everyone in an uproar.

How It Works

Of course, asking for a permanent etching on your person is bound to come with its share of downsides. But now, Freedom-2 tattoo ink is aiming to ease two of your biggest fears.

The FDA does not regulate the tools and inks used to tattoo with, which means that there are quite a few nasty things found in those innocent looking colors, including carcinogenic carbon black, among various other toxins. Customers often find themselves the victims of allergic reactions, most often to red inks, but also to orange, yellow, purple and others. This can lead to unsightly scarring, falling out of color and dangerous infections.

Freedom-2's line of inks are made with all natural pigments (such as beta-carotene and iron oxide), stored in transparent, biocompatible capsules. These polymer beads full of color rest just below the skin, in the dermis, at the same level as and are applied in the same manner as traditional tattoos.

When one tires of that tribal scrawl around their bicep, or that rainbow butterfly across their lower back, removal is much less painful and costly than current methods (which include dermabrasion and skin removal).

The tattoo is exposed to a laser (like those already used in tattoo and hair removal), whose intense light and heat break the polymer capsules, releasing the dyes contained within out into the body. Because only biocompatible, organic materials are used, the body is able to absorb, break down and expose of the pigments quickly and harmlessly, without leaving so much as a scar.

President and CEO of Freedom-2, Martin Schmieg, sports the world's first removable tattoo.

President and CEO of Freedom-2, Martin Schmieg, sports the world's first removable tattoo.
President and CEO of Freedom-2, Martin Schmieg, sports the world's first removable tattoo.

Is Freedom-2's Infinitink a good idea?

Yes.

Yes.

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    • anonymous 4 years ago

      I think the concept is good. For those who want "permanent" to really mean "permanent", that's your choice and that's fine. But when "Don Loves Jane" becomes "Don Loves Kim", this ink seems like a good idea. Also, what seems like a good idea at age 20 may not be a good idea at 45.

      The real issue is whether this product performs as advertised, and it seems like the jury is very much still out.

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Old inks increaced body intoxication with heavy metals,allergies and removal costs. I'm a physician in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and work with heavy metals dotoxication.Many tattoo patients have health problems concerning to this. Moreover scars were always the final result. I congratulate Martin Schmieg and his team for the fantastisc goal. I've got some good ideas about stimulating its usage .

      Jonas A S Thome

      dr.jonasthome@gmail.com

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Hell yeah it is, i'm getting a large tattoo lazered and it is a b**** to take off, not to mention 2400 down the drain! If it was done with this kind of ink I would be all done already and only spending 300. :/

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Yes, yes and again yes! I have had a design picked out for years but because of skin allergies I have been unable to have my art placed on my skin. What a huge step forward for myself and others with similar problems.

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Where is the ink available? AWESOME idea

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      where do i get one

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Yes! People change. What you got tattooed on your arm 30 years ago might not be what you feel or what you identify with now. You should at least have the option of changing your mind later.

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      i think this is one of the best ideas possible as far as tattoo'ing go! i hope to get one asap! freedom 2 ink is ausome!

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      I will not get a tattoo until Infinitink is available in local tattoo shops - and it's not because I think I'll regret that tattoo, or because they're trendy. A tattoo is a lifelong commitment to a piece of ART on your body. My belief is that once the tattoo is no longer art due to stretching, fading what have you, I want it removed from my body. If the tattoo doesn't warp over time then fantastic, I won't remove it, but I'm not going to run the chances of having my beautiful art morph into an ugly blurred ink blob.

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      its also obvious that most of these yes responses are complete bs.

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      It's a good idea, but I think it has a long way to go. I am considering getting a tattoo, and I want an ink that is less harmful to the body as well.

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      every tom, dick and harry alREADY has a tattoo. it's the modern symbol of conformity.

    • anonymous 7 years ago

      I think it will revolutionize the tattooing industry. Tattoo artists can't be upset, we will still be able to enjoy the process from beginning to end, now the client has the option of removing it or not. This will definitely broaden the range of clientele, bringing in new types of people, thus broadening the scope of the entire tattoo industry. Skeptics will be more optimistic about exploring expressing themselves through tattoos.

    • anonymous 7 years ago

      can i have some please.

    • anonymous 7 years ago

      Is Freedom 2 ink available in every color? I'm particularly interested in pastels like pinks, oranges and light purples. Also, as a tattoo purist who has a damaged tattoo caused by a motorcycle accident, I'm intrigued by something that might be easily removable. Although I never anticipated going through the removal process, after 19 laser treatments, the Freedom Ink might just allow me to feel comfy about getting another tattoo.

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      STFU you tattoo "purists". If you like permanent tattoo ink then go get them. otherwise get the fuck out. The only issue should be with whether or not the Freedom-2 inks work as they say. Besides that issue your fear that you'll be ordinary again and not hardcore attributes itself to your whiner mentality. You're deluded belief that permnanent ink on your body is a canvas representing who you are is as superficial as people who think myspace and facebook really show who they are.

      Again shut up and quit crying that people might have a better option for getting tattoo'd .

      "Revered art form"

      I can't help but look upon you and your ilk with derision. So many of the people who get tattoos and fund the industry are spur of the moment and have no more interest in getting a tattoo then buying the next cool "buck the system" trend.

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      i think dhat dhisz isz fuxxin awesome bechusz if yu tink about it whut if yu get fhat nd ur tattoo stretches out or whut if yu get all old nd shriveld nd ur tattoo dhat previously sed "love peace and harmony" now sez lopece n hamy

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      do you have an MSDS that you can send me a copy of that & i would also like some sample for I am in the prosses of opening a new shop & I like the idea of the organic inks...

      Thank you

      Belen

      Black ~N~ Blue Tattoo

      4559 N bonney Trail

      Silver City, New Mexico 88061

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      Just got the Black Freedom ink used in a tattoo on my wrist ( 12 days ago ) . I already have about 16 hours worth of tattoos with traditional inks. The tat is in the final stages of healing and seems totally normal. will keep you posted.

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      The idea of an organic ink is a great idea. Also, it was erase the argument of growing old with a tattoo.

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      I'm more interested in the fact that the ink it's made of more natural pigments. I'm interested in using it for tattooing on my mother. I'm learning to become a tattoo artist and I know my mother would like a tattoo however I'm worried about the traditional metal in the more widely used inks because my mother's skin is incredibly sensitive to different metals and can have huge allergic reactions (I'm not kidding. She had a reaction to a .3% nickel in a necklace that was otherwise sterling silver one of the few metals mum can wear). The ink is more interesting not for it's "easy removal" when in respect to people having second thoughts on their tattoos. But the easy removal in respect to anyone who may have a allergic reaction so that they don't have to put in pain for longer.

      The tattoo can still be a statement. It's just allowing it to be more wide-spread for those that maybe allergic to traditional inks but still wish to have a tattoo.

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      Lethal_art, I agree. I'm getting one because I know that it's a better, safer ink as opposed to getting it because I'll want to laser it out later. I don't want to leave it to chance that it is removable; I consider it permanent.

      Adrienne, I agree with you fundamentally, but have you considered the idea that this "highly revered art form" is already being destroyed by yank-offs that turn their belly button into a cows anus, or gets the Wendy's symbol done in their leg? Not revered, at least not by me, and certainly not artistic.

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      The tattoo industry will flourish after the release of this product. If not only because of the removable feature, also because of the complete bio-degradable material the inks are made from. Traditional inks are made with heavy metals and God knows what else. Even the tattoo parlors don't know what there made of. This new ink is AWESOME.

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      Yes! and i Need to Know Where to get it =DD

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      yes!!!

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      Lilliam Lang is lying. The inks are not available yet.

      I vote "yes". This will also solve the problem of inks blurring over time, since they are encapsulated. This will allow for finer detail. As for the "purist" argument, just don't get a tat with the F2 inks.

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      It seems to me that it will be a good thing with two BIG if's.

      1st. Does it actually remove as well as they say it does?

      2nd. If it breaks down with lasers so easily, will sunlight fade it more than standard tattoos?

    • anonymous 8 years ago

      I'd like to know where lillian lang got the freedom -2 tattoo. I'm a bit confused because I thought it hadn't been released yet?? Cheers.

    • anonymous 9 years ago

      I think this is great, not just for the temporary aspect, but because I have severe allergic reactions, usually in my skin. It would be nice to have that peace of mind, to know that no toxic materials are seeping into my bloodstream.

    • anonymous 9 years ago

      Some tattoo afficiandos complain that too many Girl Scouts will run out and get a tattoo if and when Freedom-2 ink is ever released to the public. They say things like, "Great. Now EVERY Tom, Dick, and Harry are going to be tattooed."

      Actually EVERY Tom, Dick, Harry, Grandma, Grandpa, Gangster Wannabe, Cop, Neighbor Next Door, Porn Star Wannabe, Rock Star Wannabe, Hollywood Movie Star Wannabe, San Quentin Prison Guard, etc, etc, have been getting tattoos put on their body. This trend, yes - TREND - started in the mid 90's and has yet to subside.

      Times have changed. I guess some people out there haven't noticed the changes in our culture. I have.

    • anonymous 9 years ago

      I am very much in favor of this new ink.

      For years I thought about getting my first tattoo, but I always wound up balking. I'm the type of person who goes through too many changes in mindset. Call me bi-polar, if you'd like. It just doesn't make any sense to go out and get a tattoo of something I revere and that I someday might wind up feeling apathetic towards. That is the primary reason why I never aquired my first tattoo. And then I read an article put out by Harvard University extolling the potential junk material that is included in the average ink. This article went on to say that Freedom-2 ink does not have any potentially unhealthy properties. All the more reasons for me to use this great ink.

      But not all is good with Freedom-2...

      I called their office in New Jersey today. Their number is on their website. It's 856-354-0707.

      I spoke with a female representative named Stacy. I asked her when Freedom-2 would be available and she said I quote:

      "We have no definitive time as to when it will be coming out."

      I asked her if the FDA was causing the delay, and she said no. It appears as if Freedom-2 is not yet comfortable with the idea of releasing it to the public at this point in time. It's a company decision, and not one mandated by the government. Freedom-2 might be released to the public tomorrow, or it might not be released until sometime in 2009.

      I personally would not consider using any other ink. If your tattoo parlor does not use Freedom-2 ink, then I'll go to one of your competitors down the block.

      It all comes down to supply and demand. If everyone out there demands it, the tattoo parlors will start using it.

      And if you're one of these old-school purists who says that a tattoo should not be removed, go tell it to someone who cares. It's idiotic not to realize that human beings go through life changes, changes that drastically alter their opinion on any subject fathomable.

      Hell yes to Freedom-2.

      LennyBruceHoliday,

      San Diego, California, 92109

    • anonymous 9 years ago

      I reluctantly say yes. I've been a tattoo artist for over 20 years and I've seen this business change drastically.Is this new product another step in the downward spiral of tattooings culture and history? yes. Laser surgery has semi-removed the enormous commitment it once took to get a tattoo and this product will further impact that. As a tattoo purist this saddens me, but as a 21st century american, I realize its inevitable. As a business man, if this product produces the same (or better) results as accepted pigments used today, I begrudgingly welcome it. It will increase my business. people will change their minds and some will get new tattoo's...more business for me.I once had a customer with a full sleeve (his entire arm was completely covered) and had laser surgery to remove the entire tattoo just so he could get a "new" sleeve tattooed.fortunately for him, he was wealthy and could afford the multiple sittings. I believe with this new product, people of modest means may remove and then get new tattoo's... and my children will go to better colleges...

    • anonymous 9 years ago

      Absolutely fantastic. It is organic, non-metallic, and non-toxic, compared to inks on the market today composed of unknown substances due to trade secrets. I agree that getting a tattoo is a promise for life, but what if I have surgery in a tattooed place, or when I'm older, I am too wrinkled and it will be too faded to even distinguish? Not only that, but now those people who have allergic reactions to metals and metallic compounds can actually get a tattoo! Why shouldn't everyone have the ability to become artistically modified? And now it is safe and with reservations for those just in case moments.

    • anonymous 9 years ago

      We are totally waiting for this.

    No.

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      • anonymous 4 years ago

        I hate tattoos

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        This leaves scars, don't be fooled

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        I can't find this company anywhere, they have disappeared!

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        I am looking for anyone who participated in their research study and has been left with scars. I was a participant and I am looking to file a class action lawsuit.

        You can find me on Google by typing in CliffShep or Clifton Shepherd. I live in Williamstown,NJ 08094

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        He looks scarred, and you can kind of still see it. Also the ink doesn't look as nice & smooth as traditional tats.

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        tattooing has been a saving grace for many true artists and craftsman in a near completely digital world. raw artistic talent is sparsely needed in this digital age where almost everything can be faked. i would only want to see this business, for better or worse, affected by the people who live it, not by a bunch of greedy scientists and investors looking to cash in. trying to implement such a fundamental change by people who have no business in this game can only be only be detrimental to its future. so you flopped, im sure you're still much more comfortable than we will ever be.

      • anonymous 7 years ago

        not in my shop.

      • anonymous 8 years ago

        Lillian Lang is NOT lying... there were a handful of participants chosen to get tattooed with freedom-2 ink, as long as they were willing to get them laser removed. they had a posting on craigslist.com that my boyfriend actually responded to... and got tattooed with.

        his tattoo is a light grey, and in comparison to his "traditional" tattoos, i wouldn't recommend getting tattooed with this ink...

      • anonymous 9 years ago

        I have a freedom 2 tattoo...after 3 painful lazerrs the tatto is still there only SLIGHTLY lighter!!!The sme goes for my husband.

      • anonymous 9 years ago

        Great. Now EVERY Tom, Dick, and Harry are going to be tattooed.

        A tattoo should be more of a commitment that just looking "cool." This is a great idea and invention, but I fear it will destroy the history and culture of tattooing as a highly revered art form.

        If you're not ready to get a tattoo that is permanent, you should not get one!

      Got more to say? - Here's the place!

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          Dear,

          Good evening dear friend, I beg you to exercise a little patience and read through my mail I feel quite safe having a good relationship in this important business investment I thank you for your respond to my message I sent and am sorry for the late reply. So how is life over there in your country? I hope fine. Please, do not be surprise or get offended for receiving this message from me, It just that I have been obliged to lay a mere trust on you due to my situation here in the refugee camp. Having come across online through the Mail Ru Forum from where we met I strongly believe in my heart that you must be honest and sincere person for me to disclose my life secrets so that you will render your full help and assistance towards me. Let me first of all introduce my self to you, I have this feeling that you must be honest, truthful person and you will not betray me. I decided to contact you because of the urgency of my situation here in the refugee's camp and after reading your mail, I whole-heatedly decided to let you know more and more about me, who knows? Maybe you will be my savior, from this condition that I have found myself. My name is Miss Natasha Ali I am 21yrs old from origin Ivory Coast, I am the only daughter of Late Dr. Ali the Manager and Chief Executive of (De Blessed Alofa Industries Ltd) in Abidjan, the capital city of my country years ago. My late father is one of the richest business men in my country, in anything pertaining to gold and diamonds, but he was killed by the rebels and the greedy fellows in my country during the war, on his way down to the village with my two younger brothers.

          Therefore I am constrained to contact you because of the maltreatment I am receiving from my stepmother. She planned to take away all my late father's treasury and properties from me since the unexpected death of my beloved Father. Meanwhile I wanted to escape from Africa to anywhere in the world but she hides away my international passport and other traveling documents. Luckily to me she did not discover where I kept my fathers File which contains important documents. So I decided to run to the refugee camp where I am presently seeking asylum under the Private charity organization for the Refugee here in Republic of Togo. I wish to contact you personally for a long term relationship that may lead us to somewhere better if we work well on it. Here is the office telephone number in the refugee camp, (00228 98411148), please anytime you call just tell them that you want to speak with me Miss Natasha Ali in hostel B1, women's block. Please indicate the hostel number, so that they will send for me at the women's h/ostel to come and answer your call. In this refugee camp's we have about 3 different hostels, we have one for men, for women and for little children, all are victims of war circumstances from all over Africa, honestly Life here in the refugee camp is very lonely but I pray to move out from here as soon as you help me, I have prayed over and over before deciding to disclose all about me to you because I do not know you very well, but my condition here has made me to speak out or I keep it and die in silence, that is exactly what I am trying to do before I waste my precious life here for nothing.

          My late father of blessed memory deposited the sum of amounts (Nine Million seven Hundred Thousand US Dollars) in a Bank here in Togo Lome with my name as the next of kin. However, I shall forward you with the necessary documents on confirmation of your acceptance to assist me for the transfer of the money to your bank accounts on my behalf, because I want you to help me in an investment with the money and I will like to complete my studies in your country, because I was a 1st year law student in the university in my country when the crisis started so we have to move out from Ivory Coast to other neighboring country to avoid brutal attacks from the rebels. Please I seek to present you to the bank as my foreign partner so that they will commence transaction with you .After the transfer you will arrange for my trip joining you in your country. I have tried all my possible best to explain my present condition hereto the bank but they told me that my status here in Togo as a refugee does not permit me to such transaction, unless I will look for someone to help me, ( might be my relatives, trusted friends or partner ). Frankly speaking, I prefer disclosing my secrets to a stranger because he/she will not have the mind to cheat me or betray me, and I know that you people in the advanced world have full knowledge, understanding and also God fearing, not to be compared with people here, I am very careful about my life that is why I cannot be able to let anybody here know about the wealth my father or to assist me, because they might kill me or find a way to betray me, that is why I am placing my sincere trust on you by disclosing everything with all my heart, because I believe in my heart that you will keep this confidential for my safety reasons here, I sincerely want to let you know that we will invest the money together, or if you don't intend staying with me then It will be my pleasure to compensate you with 15% of the total money for your efforts and services, then the rest balance shall be my investment capital. This is the reason why I decided to contact you; please all communications should be through my e-mail address only for confidential reasons.

          As soon as I receive your positive response showing your interest to help me, I will put in place things. I will give you the contacts of the bank in here in Togo so that you will contact them immediately for them to transfer the money to your bank accounts on my behalf, please this is a legitimate money and the bank is also aware that I am the next of kin to the accounts because I have sent to them the documents which I collected from my fathers file, the deposit certificate and the will of my father which bears my name as the next of kin and they have also confirmed it and advise me that I should look for someone to help me facilitate these transfer, since I am still in the refugee camp. In the light of the above, I shall appreciate an urgent message indicating your ability and willingness to handle this relationship and transaction sincerely, because I am still young to handle it and also considering my status here as a refugee. I'm waiting for your urgent and positive reply, please do keep this information only to your self because is all about my life, my future and my everything. I am on my kneel in the name of God; do not disclose this secret to anybody till I come over to your country, after the money has been transferred successfully to your bank account on my behalf. Meanwhile, I want you to call me like I said because I have lots to tell you and then we can schedule time to talk on mica whenever you like.

          Thanks,

          Miss Natasha Ali.

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          Any tattoo places in caliornia using this ink ? I'd be interested to talk to any of them. Em1521@aol.com <-- email me of you know of one!

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          @anonymous: Dear,

          Good evening dear friend, I beg you to exercise a little patience and read through my mail I feel quite safe having a good relationship in this important business investment I thank you for your respond to my message I sent and am sorry for the late reply. So how is life over there in your country? I hope fine. Please, do not be surprise or get offended for receiving this message from me, It just that I have been obliged to lay a mere trust on you due to my situation here in the refugee camp. Having come across online through the Mail Ru Forum from where we met I strongly believe in my heart that you must be honest and sincere person for me to disclose my life secrets so that you will render your full help and assistance towards me. Let me first of all introduce my self to you, I have this feeling that you must be honest, truthful person and you will not betray me. I decided to contact you because of the urgency of my situation here in the refugee's camp and after reading your mail, I whole-heatedly decided to let you know more and more about me, who knows? Maybe you will be my savior, from this condition that I have found myself. My name is Miss Natasha Ali I am 21yrs old from origin Ivory Coast, I am the only daughter of Late Dr. Ali the Manager and Chief Executive of (De Blessed Alofa Industries Ltd) in Abidjan, the capital city of my country years ago. My late father is one of the richest business men in my country, in anything pertaining to gold and diamonds, but he was killed by the rebels and the greedy fellows in my country during the war, on his way down to the village with my two younger brothers.

          Therefore I am constrained to contact you because of the maltreatment I am receiving from my stepmother. She planned to take away all my late father's treasury and properties from me since the unexpected death of my beloved Father. Meanwhile I wanted to escape from Africa to anywhere in the world but she hides away my international passport and other traveling documents. Luckily to me she did not discover where I kept my fathers File which contains important documents. So I decided to run to the refugee camp where I am presently seeking asylum under the Private charity organization for the Refugee here in Republic of Togo. I wish to contact you personally for a long term relationship that may lead us to somewhere better if we work well on it. Here is the office telephone number in the refugee camp, (00228 98411148), please anytime you call just tell them that you want to speak with me Miss Natasha Ali in hostel B1, women's block. Please indicate the hostel number, so that they will send for me at the women's h/ostel to come and answer your call. In this refugee camp's we have about 3 different hostels, we have one for men, for women and for little children, all are victims of war circumstances from all over Africa, honestly Life here in the refugee camp is very lonely but I pray to move out from here as soon as you help me, I have prayed over and over before deciding to disclose all about me to you because I do not know you very well, but my condition here has made me to speak out or I keep it and die in silence, that is exactly what I am trying to do before I waste my precious life here for nothing.

          My late father of blessed memory deposited the sum of amounts (Nine Million seven Hundred Thousand US Dollars) in a Bank here in Togo Lome with my name as the next of kin. However, I shall forward you with the necessary documents on confirmation of your acceptance to assist me for the transfer of the money to your bank accounts on my behalf, because I want you to help me in an investment with the money and I will like to complete my studies in your country, because I was a 1st year law student in the university in my country when the crisis started so we have to move out from Ivory Coast to other neighboring country to avoid brutal attacks from the rebels. Please I seek to present you to the bank as my foreign partner so that they will commence transaction with you .After the transfer you will arrange for my trip joining you in your country. I have tried all my possible best to explain my present condition hereto the bank but they told me that my status here in Togo as a refugee does not permit me to such transaction, unless I will look for someone to help me, ( might be my relatives, trusted friends or partner ). Frankly speaking, I prefer disclosing my secrets to a stranger because he/she will not have the mind to cheat me or betray me, and I know that you people in the advanced world have full knowledge, understanding and also God fearing, not to be compared with people here, I am very careful about my life that is why I cannot be able to let anybody here know about the wealth my father or to assist me, because they might kill me or find a way to betray me, that is why I am placing my sincere trust on you by disclosing everything with all my heart, because I believe in my heart that you will keep this confidential for my safety reasons here, I sincerely want to let you know that we will invest the money together, or if you don't intend staying with me then It will be my pleasure to compensate you with 15% of the total money for your efforts and services, then the rest balance shall be my investment capital. This is the reason why I decided to contact you; please all communications should be through my e-mail address only for confidential reasons.

          As soon as I receive your positive response showing your interest to help me, I will put in place things. I will give you the contacts of the bank in here in Togo so that you will contact them immediately for them to transfer the money to your bank accounts on my behalf, please this is a legitimate money and the bank is also aware that I am the next of kin to the accounts because I have sent to them the documents which I collected from my fathers file, the deposit certificate and the will of my father which bears my name as the next of kin and they have also confirmed it and advise me that I should look for someone to help me facilitate these transfer, since I am still in the refugee camp. In the light of the above, I shall appreciate an urgent message indicating your ability and willingness to handle this relationship and transaction sincerely, because I am still young to handle it and also considering my status here as a refugee. I'm waiting for your urgent and positive reply, please do keep this information only to your self because is all about my life, my future and my everything. I am on my kneel in the name of God; do not disclose this secret to anybody till I come over to your country, after the money has been transferred successfully to your bank account on my behalf. Meanwhile, I want you to call me like I said because I have lots to tell you and then we can schedule time to talk on mica whenever you like.

          Thanks,

          Miss Natasha Ali.

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          A little addition as someone who is "For" it.

          How many people do you see with hideous disgusting tattoos? I see a lot, and a good portion of them that i talk to regret getting them in the first place ("I was young and stupid") This way works out for everyone... if you decide you don't like your tattoo you can remove it. Then the tattoo parlor will be happy when you get a new one in it's place. Purists I'm sorry, but take a realistic perspective.

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          [in reply to Cara] I ve been also searching, i know that they said that the black ink was supposed to alheady be available.

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          Where can I find it? I've been searching and searching? I don't get on here very often, so if anyone knows, email me at ravenheart13@gmail.com? Thanks!

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          When is this ink going to be available?

          my e-mail smccune@hotmail.com