Three weeks later, and nothing has changed, according to Varnes. Ad “It’s still up. It’s still running. My clothes are still on sale,” she said.
“Everything was showing 20% off. Everything,” Varnes said. Varnes said she spent days working on a Facebook business page. But just moments after it launched, she found herself shut out of her own account. She said her password and recovery email had all been changed. She said she found the prices of her merchandise had also changed.
Varnes said she hasn’t seen a dime from Facebook revenue. She suspects whoever hijacked her Facebook account also put in their own bank account information to collect proceeds. From that notion, the Texas Brown Eyed Girl Boutique was born.
Varnes wants to reiterate that in the meantime while things are being sorted out, do not buy anything from her Facebook business page. Instead, you can visit her website at texasbrowneyedgirl.com. KPRC 2 reached out to Facebook but has not heard back.
“I think everybody is shocked that Facebook would not do something about it,” Varnes said. Varnes said she has made several attempts to contact Facebook, but so far she hasn’t received a response.
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