’90 Day Fiance’: Avery Mills Flipping Jewelry Bought From TJ Maxx?
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days star Avery Mills just launched an online shop recently and it’s already making controversies. The 19-year-old converted Muslim and her Syrian husband Omar Albakkour mostly offer fashion items and jewelry predominantly from the Middle East. Things seemed to be off to a good start for the couple’s business. However, a one fan suggests that Avery could be frauding about some of her products.
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days – Avery Mills & Omar Albakkour Launch Online Shop
Earlier this month, Avery Mills and hubby Omar Albakkour officially opened their Muslim-inspired online boutique, Albakour Kouture. The 90 Day Fiance couple has been heavily promoting their newest business on social media. Avery Mills, in particular, regularly shares photos of their jewelry line and accessories.
By the looks of it, Albakour Kouture is doing well in terms of sales. A quick look at their official website reveals most of their products are already out of stock. Even Avery posts about their sold out items almost every day.
90 Day Fiance Update: Avery Claims Web Company Tried To Rip Online Store
However, it seems like Avery Mills and Omar Albakkour’s business already had a hitch. Apparently, the 90 Day Fiance couple’s online shop is experiencing difficulties, particularly with its web hosting provider. In an Instagram post, Avery revealed that the company in charge of Albakour Kouture website is ripping them off.
According to Avery, the famous web company is “trying to keep thousands of dollars” from their online store. The wife of Omar Albakkour claimed she now regrets doing business with them. She even asked her followers to boycott the said company.
Avery also encouraged potential buyers to ditch the site’s payment system and send it straight to her. So far, the 90 Day Fiance couple has yet to give specific details as to what really went wrong. Their online shop’s website remains active as of this writing.
90 Day Fiance: Is Avery’s Jewelry From TJ Maxx ?
Meanwhile, Avery Mills is being accused of frauding her customers. According to a fan, the 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days star allegedly lied about the origin of her jewelry products. In a post by FraudedByTLC, it was revealed that one of the earrings Avery’s selling is available at a local store in America. This came as a surprise to many, especially since Avery’s been claiming that most of her jewelry were sourced in the Middle East.
A side by side comparison showed a striking resemblance between Avery’s earrings and the one spotted at TJ Maxx. Some commenters pointed out that the design of both earrings is similar down to the smallest detail. But it seems like the pricing is completely different. Some users claimed that her earrings were priced higher. However, that is yet to be confirmed.
Avery Explains That She Offers A Mixture of Products
The same source added that Avery Mills admitted that the earrings are the same. However, the 90 Day Fiance celeb clarified that she never said that it was from the Middle East.
It could also be that Avery is buying from a designer that sells to multiple outlets, including TJ Maxx. Dispite being a discount chain, TJ Maxx sometimes gets bulk discounts on quality items. Avery Mills seems to have a good eye in the collections she curates on her site and likes to mix in quality lower cost items in with her Middle Eastern products.
In another post, she clarifies that most of their products were from the Middle East and those from different places will be specifically mentioned. “The stuff from the Middle East, I say it’s from there,” Avery wrote. “Some stuff isn’t from there and I openly said that at the beginning for people who wanted cheaper items”.