Better Business Bureau Gives BBWLA Star Brittish Williams’ Boutique An “F”
It appears that “Basketball Wives LA” star Brittish Williams may need to set some time aside to get her business in order. According to The YBF, the 20-something reality star has failed to pay personal property taxes on her Missouri home. As a result the state has served the her with a $1,816.84 tax lien. It’s currently unclear if she is in the process of resolving her issues with Uncle Sam, but the lien is still listed on the department of taxation website.
In addition to that, it’s also being reported that her online clothing store Love of Labels Boutique has been given an “F” rating by the Better Business Bureau. In the last eight months, the boutique has reportedly received 30 complains regarding customer service, shipping and product issues. Customers have also lashed out on Twitter and Instagram over the difficulties they’ve experienced after making purchases from the boutique.
A representative from BBB spoke to Fox 2 Now about the issues that Love of Labels Boutique customers have been experiencing and he says these complaints should be taken seriously.
“We attempted to contact the company in December by asking them to explain what was going on and why these things were happening, and we got no response,” said Chris Thetford. “We attempted to contact the company in December by asking them to explain what was going on and why these things were happening, and we got no response.”
Brittish has since released a statement via her publicist where she apologized to customers.
“I would like to sincerely apologize as the founder/creator of Love of Labels to all those who were affected by the delay in items shipped,” the statement reads. “Love of Labels take this matter very seriously, which is why we have switched to a larger manufacture that allows us to ship ALL orders the next business day. I can assure you that your concerns are not being overlooked and that we are working effortlessly to accommodate every request.”
Hopefully she can find a way to get a better handle on her business.