Chelsea Houska Slammed For Selling Cheap Overpriced Merchandise To Fans
Critics are accusing Teen Mom alum, Chelsea Houska, of attempting to scam her fans by selling overpriced and useless merchandise.
Based on reviews, Chelsea Houska’s fans have been left disappointed after purchasing products from her online store that they believe do not live up to their advertised value.
Some fans have taken to social media to express their disappointment, claiming that the products they received were “cheaply made,” and not worth the price tag. Chelsea’s detractors have also criticized her for profiting off of her fans by selling them items that are not practical or useful.
One person wrote, “Cheaply made.” Another stated, “I wouldn’t pay $1. for this! Poor quality material that doesn’t even show a fiber content anywhere on the garment or tags. Needless to say I returned this shirt. Runs very small.”
Someone else commented, “This shirt is horrible, it is cheap and poorly made. The material has a strange feel and an unnatural sheen to it. I want to return it.”
Another reviewer posted, “This top was as crappy as the stuff I usually get when I order from China. I thought if I ordered from Amazon, it would be quality. It would fit my little granddaughter!”
A fourth person asserted, “Disappointed in any products from China. The clothing is sized for small framed, not large framed women. When you always order an XL, and the item you receive would fit a small or medium sized person, it’s disappointing.”
“I did not try this on. I pulled it out of the bag and the material was thin, looked cheap, and not at all what I expected. I returned to Amazon.” Another unhappy wrote.
Another disgruntle customer said, “Not what I expected. Poor quality.”
A customer remarked, “I have bought this shirt twice and BOTH times it has gotten stuck to itself in the dryer. I LOVE this shirt but I’m SUPER angry that this product does this. There were no special care instructions with either shirt. I don’t understand. My daughter has worked in screen printing and has never seen this before.”
The reality TV star has not responded to the allegations, but her fans remain hopeful that she will address the concerns and take steps to ensure that her merchandise meets their expectations.
In the meantime, some fans are choosing to support other entrepreneurs who they believe offer better value for their money.
As reported, Chelsea Houska, 31, and her husband, Cole DeBoer, 34, quit Teen Mom 2 in 2020 and have gone on to host their own HGTV series, called, Down Home Fab.
Down Home Fab comprises of six episodes, documents the journey of a couple with four children who are starting their own design business in South Dakota. Chelsea Houska leads as the designer, while her husband, Cole DeBoer, serves as the project manager. Drawing from their personal experience of renovating their home, they assist others in taking on their home renovation projects.
Olivia Davis is a Staff Writer at All About The Tea. Olivia’s hobbies include binging Netflix series, and watching Housewives on Bravo. She graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in History.