LuLaRoe Review US (US)

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(1 out of 5 stars based on 1 review)

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(1 out of 5 stars based on 1 review)
Kris Rowlands 2017-10-24 16:26:05

As if their pyramid scheme wasn’t enough, let’s talk about defective leggings, missing tax refunds, TWELVE lawsuits, missing ex-retailer refunds, STOLEN artwork and poor business practices. This can ALL be found on the internet by a simple Google search. I was a retailer for over a year and am STILL waiting for a refund from them and they’ve had my returned inventory for 28 business days.

LuLaRoe won’t give out any information to anyone about when you will receive your refund and has been low-balling refund amounts to HUNDREDS of ex-retailers. Their capsule collections keep releasing early and early so they can have liquid cash available. Where’s all that cash going? It certainly isn’t going towards our owed refunds!