Some fans are not happy with the Hype House after they dropped some free merch, but charged a high amount of money for shipping the items. Yep, people have accused the TikTok squad of attempting to “scam” them, and they’re definitely not happy about it.

For those who missed it, the group of influencers — made up of Thomas PetrouChase Hudson, Avani Gregg,Ondreaz and Tony Lopez, Patrick Huston, Ryland Storms, Nick AustinCalvin GoldbyAlex WarrenKouvr Annon and more — released a new collection of chains on Tuesday, August 11.

I just dropped Hype chains! Click the link in my bio to get yours before they’re sold out! They’re free you just pay shipping,” Thomas wrote in an Instagram announcement.

The website for the new pieces of jewelry claim that the 20-inch chains are worth $100, are silver-plated and have simulate diamonds and solid pendants. Seems like a great deal, right? But when some fans noticed that they were charging $19.58 for the shipping and handling fees, they started to slam the TikTokers.

YouTuber DefNoodles even pointed out on Twitter that mailing a package “with similar weight can cost as low as $3.80, according to USPS.”

“Hype House allegedly scamming fans with new ‘Hype Chain.’ They claim on website $100 chains are ‘free,’ but shipping and handling is $19.58 within LA, where Hype House is based. Mailing chain of similar weight can cost as low as $3.80, according to USPS. What are your thoughts?” he wrote.

He then added in another message, “Hype House is also limiting the amount of ‘free’ chains customers can order at a time. According to their website: ‘If you want multiple free chains make multiple orders.’ Each order is ‘free’ + $19.58 shipping and handling.”

The guys have yet to publicly respond to the backlash and they did not immediately respond to our request for comment.

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