Customer Complaints Mounting Against North Texas Social Media Star

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A North Texas social media influencer said she is getting death threats from customers demanding refunds.

Brittany Davis, or “Brittany Dawn” as her followers know her, has hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram and YouTube.

Davis sells workouts and diets, offering customized plans with weekly check-ins.

Workout programs and packages range between $45 to $300, according to her website.

But multiple customers are claiming they paid hundreds of dollars for what turned out to be generic plans, with no communication.

Many said when they complained to Davis online, she deleted their comments and blocked them on social media.

More than 4,000 people joined a Facebook group that focuses on complaints with Davis’ business. Some members stated they were offered partial refunds.

Over the weekend, Davis posted a tearful video in which she said her business grew so fast she couldn’t keep up.

“I’m sorry for anyone that feels hurt or scammed by anything of this nature,” said Brittany Davis. “That was never my intentions. Like I said, my intentions have always been pure. My heart is for people, my heart is for women and to help.

Davis said she’s received “hundreds of death threats” and that upset customers have contacted her friends and family, as well.

Her business earned an ‘F’ rating from the Better Business Bureau.

The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation did not list Davis as a licensed dietician.

Davis did not respond to a request for comment.

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  1. Priscilla Askew says:

    While I feel for this girl and dont believe anyone should receive death threats, I do believe this should be a lesson to those who are interested in working as a social media influencer. For the record, she very well may have been operating out of her scope of practice if she was selling custom nutrition plans. I think more investigating should be done on that end. People dont fully understand that nutrition is a regulated practice. not to mention, when you establish yourself as an incluencer, you are essentially going into business as a business! You have to operate as such. Have integrity and learn the legalities of the nature of your business.

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