HOUSTON— When the COVID-19 pandemic endangered Michelle Varnes’ occupation, she decided to take a jump of confidence as well as begin her very own service.
“I desire ladies to delight in clothes, not have to invest a great deal of cash as well as simply look excellent whatever. It really was my good friends and also even my spouse that said, ‘Michelle you’re so proficient at this. You like clothes. Exactly how around you do the exact same thing,'” Varnes said.From that notion, the Texas Brown Eyed Woman Store was born.Varnes claimed she invested days dealing with a Facebook organization web page.
But simply moments after it launched, she discovered herself shut out of her very own account. She stated her password and also recovery e-mail had all been transformed. She said she located the rates of her goods had likewise transformed.” Whatever was revealing 20 %off. Every little thing,”Varnes said.Varnes claimed she hasn’t seen a dime from Facebook profits
. She thinks whoever pirated her Facebook account likewise put in their own bank account information to gather profits. Advertisement Three weeks later, as well as absolutely nothing has actually transformed, according to Varnes.” It’s still up. It’s still running. My clothing are still for sale,”she said.Varnes said she has made several attempts to speak to Facebook, but thus far she hasn’t
obtained a feedback.”I assume everyone is shocked that Facebook would certainly refrain from doing something regarding it,”Varnes said.KPRC 2 reached out to Facebook yet has actually not heard back.Varnes intends to reiterate that in the meanwhile while points are being ironed out, do deny anything from her Facebook business page. Rather, you can see her website at texasbrowneyedgirl.com. Copyright 2021 by KPRC Click2Houston-All rights reserved.