A metro woman says she’s overwhelmed after she started selling clothes online last September. The Better Business Bureau received complaints from customers who took their frustrations online over issues with orders.Molinda Chan’s home in Bellevue now doubles as her business called Little BOE, or Little Bit of Everything. Her living room and basement have a little bit of everything — from containers of clothes to printers and labels and the day’s orders.”We did very well the first year, then the pandemic hit,” Chan said. “China shut down, the U.S. shut down, and everything got backed up. By the time it opened up and I tried to get my stuff, I didn’t get everything.”She says it was a domino effect. The Better Business Bureau graded Little BOE with an F due to customer complaints that went unanswered.Customers like Tayler Evans of Indiana started a Facebook page when complaints like her piled on, as they had trouble reaching Chan.”We get excuse after excuse,” Evans said. “They’re never consistent excuses.”The BBB says supply chain issues could be to blame. Chan told KETV that the clothes come from China. But as customers reached out to her, she said some calls became threats.She cut off communication, leaving some calls unanswered, including from the Better Business Bureau.”They’ve been reluctant to provide traditional refunds,” regional president and CEO Jim Hegarty said. “And in some cases have provided gift card refunds that customers say are not useful to…

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