NASHVILLE (WSMV) - The Better Business Bureau is issuing a warning about a Midstate clothing and accessories business who has received a number of complaints regarding refunds, delivery issues, and issues with customer service.

Screenshot of EverythingTN website

Screenshot of EverythingTN website.

Customers reported the company, Everything TN, hasn't delivered the products they ordered. Some customers reported they had been waiting for delivery for over three months. What's worse, the BBB says that when customers attempted to contact Everything TN about an unfilled order or to request a refund, they don't hear back from the company.

The BBB says Everything TN has received an "F" rating on their scale.

“I placed an order back in March, and still haven't received the products. All emails sent have been ignored," one customer stated.

"On January 19th, 2019, I purchased a Hoodie... In March 2019, I sent the company an email inquiring about the hoodie. I was sent a reply that it would be looked into. Since, there has been no other email from them," said another customer.

The BBB says that the owner of Everything TN has been in trouble with them before having previously run a company called ISwim that was under investigation in 2017. The BBB is attempting to contact Everything TN to request their cooperation in resolving unanswered and unresolved issues.

Everything TN sent a statement to News4 after the BBB issued its release.

"Everything TN has had over 10,000 orders and shipped over 25,000 products since 2015 as a part-time small business. We do everything we can to ensure that orders do not get delayed or lost in our system, but unfortunately this does happen.

While the BBB does report nine total negative reviews in two years, Everything TN has over 600 reviews on our website, both positive and negative that we have replied to and we do our best to correct any order issues. Everything TN collectively has over 200,000 followers on our social media channels, and we would never intentionally delay any product orders.

Since a negative fulfillment partnership occurred in March, we have implemented new procedures with new fulfillment partners to ensure that all orders are produced and shipped from our Nashville warehouses within a timely manner.

We urge any previous customers with concerns or questions to please reach out to us directly to, and we will resolve any issues immediately. "

It's important to remember to be very careful when shopping online, they offer these tips to prevent being a victim:

  • Double-check the URL and page security. Secure websites start with “https” and have a lock icon on the purchase page. Don’t give your card information to any website without those items.
  • Research the retailer. See what consumers are saying on and other websites. Search the business in BBB Scam Tracker to see if anyone else has reported suspicious activity.
  • Shop with a credit card. In case of a fraudulent transaction, a credit card provides additional protections; it’s easier to dispute charges that you didn’t approve. Debit cards, prepaid cards or gift cards don’t have the same protections as a credit card.
  • Be a savvy shopper. When shopping online, be sure to take your time, and read the fine print before submitting your order. Look for the return policy; although many online orders can be returned for a full refund, others have restocking fees. Some items cannot be returned; know before you buy.
  • Keep documentation of your order. Save a copy of the confirmation page or email confirmation until you receive the item and are satisfied. Be sure to know and understand the return policy and keep this documented with your purchase records.

At the time of this writing, the EverythingTN website was still live and appeared to be fully operational. is now with you on the go! Get the latest news updates and video, 4WARN weather forecast, weather radar, special investigative reports, sports headlines and much more from News4 Nashville.

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