Amber Portwood’s online boutique Forever Haute has only been in business a few weeks – and customers are already accusing the Teen Mom OG star of scamming her fans! Portwood has come under fire for overcharging and refusing to accept returned items.
A customer tweeted at Portwood, “I had to return my entire order. You need a size chart. The items I purchased weren’t even close to a large.”
The user then explained how she had to “get permission” to return the items.
According to the website return policy, customers can “request a return claim with Forever Haute LLC within 10 days of receipt of goods.” If the return is “approved,” customers will be refunded and forced to pay a $5.00 restocking fee.
The user then complained how Portwood blocked her Twitter account after she complained about the process.
Portwood defended in a tweet, “For people saying they have returned products are 100% lying! I have every name address etc. And nothing had ever been sent back.”
But the controversy doesn’t end there, as fans are accusing Portwood of purchasing a dress from the website Wish.com for $14 and reselling it for $82.99.
“This isn’t true and is also illegal,” she responded to the claims. “If you keep making these comments I’m taking legal action. I take pride in my boutique!”
She added how although the photos of the merchandise are the same it is “not the same product.”
She then posted a list of wholesalers to prove she is not purchasing clothes from the website.
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