Alexis Skyy claims that a woman who claims she was duped has been denied a refund three times.
Alexis Skyy is accused of defrauding a woman called Jumeika Davis out of $1,150 for a stay at Alexis’ previous recovery house, which aided ladies recovering from plastic surgery.
Davis first took the issue to social media.
making a TikTok stating that she had paid for a VIP suite that allowed her to invite a companion. She claims, however, that she was told she couldn’t and that the information on the now-defunct website was incorrect.
Alexis Skyy agreed to give Davis her money back through CashApp after initially saying her policy stated “no refund.” Davis stated she wanted a refund, but she denied it and returned the money to Alexis.
“Here is my formal declaration about a business enterprise I’m no longer committed to,” Alexis stated. This company had a strong no-refund policy, but my team and I ultimately agreed to issue a FULL REFUND.” “Our entire reimbursement was refused,” she said, “but my team and I endeavored to make things right.”
Davis came to Instagram Live to explain why she turned down the money: she wanted “justice.” Skyy, she added, is a “habitual liar” and “scammer.”
Davis went on to state that she intends to go to court, implying that she intends to sue Alexis.
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