‘1000-lb Sisters’: Tammy Slaton Scamming Fans?

1000-lb Sisters star Tammy Slaton and her merch business have kept hitting the fan when it comes to the customer end of it all. But now, that’s not the only thing she lacks when it comes to customers.

1000-lb Sisters: Tammy Slaton Loses Control

1000-lb Sisters personality Tammy Slaton met a man named Quincy when season two of the show ended. From what Tammy has said about him, they went into business together, and she agreed to let him run her merch shop. This is where she sells clothing and accessories with designs on them. Things went sideways when fans called her out for using Copyrighted images that did not belong to her.

After that, she deleted all the options to order things with the designs and asked fans to help out by sending in their own designs. Then things still didn’t pan out. Many fans who sent in designs asked for compensation, and Tammy responded with a post saying to not ask for money. Fans got upset and said she was scamming. And it looks like it is happening again. Now she is not guaranteeing people who have paid for personalized videos their videos.

1000-lb Sisters: Tammy Slaton

TLC Star Has Love on the Mind

1000-lb Sisters features Tammy Slaton and her weight loss journey. But many fans are saying she is treating it like her love journey. After she attempted a relationship with Jerry Sykes and it didn’t pan out, fans wanted her to focus on her health. Instead, it looks like she is off the market again with her new man. People only know him by the name Thebbwking.

He says he will only be with a woman if she is over 300 pounds, which concerns many people. They think that because of this, she will stop trying to lose weight. All this and her merchandise business keeps her very busy, according to her business partner Quincy. And now that people are requesting things that they paid for from her, she says she might not have the time.

1000-lb Sisters: Tammy Slaton

1000-lb Sisters: Fans Left on Read by Tammy Slaton

Tammy Slaton from 1000-lb Sisters is being called about again by fans. But this time, it’s not for her merch shop. She recently joined a service where fans can buy a personal video shout-out from her with her sister Amy Slaton. The only problem is Tammy claims that she has over 200 requests that she can’t keep up with.

A fan reached out to her online and asked if Tammy could do her video before it expires. Tammy only said I can not make any promises. Many people said the girl should cancel the request before she loses her money. Fans are upset and say Tammy is scamming people because she has time to make online videos for herself but not her fans who paid for it.

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