Expectant mom calls out Ontario clinic for giving same ultrasound image to many women
Jenn Cusimano thought she was admiring a picture of her unborn baby.
The Oshawa mother of two paid for a 3D ultrasound image at a clinic in Pickering, Ontario. Proud of what she saw, she posted the picture online. That's when another mother-to-be posted an eerily similar image.
It's a very special moment and it has now been ruined.- Jenn Cusimano
Now, more than 20 expectant mothers believe they were given the same stock images of a baby from BabyView 3D Prenatal Imaging. Cusimano started a Facebook page called Babyview 3D Scam so that other mothers can compare their photos to see if they also match the stock images.
Cusimano paid $163 for the imaging service and shared the photo with her friends and family. She had been admiring the picture since she got it two weeks ago.
"It's been in a frame in my living room, I've been staring at it, daydreaming," Cusimano explains. "It's a very special moment and it's now been ruined."
The clinic released a statement apologizing for what they call "a technical issue"and they are now offering refunds or re-scans for clients "who have become concerned regarding their babies images."
For more on this story, take a listen to our full interview with Jenn Cusimano.