A settlement against California-based company LuLaRoe means independent consultants who sold clothing for them can receive overdue refunds.
“LuLaRoe misled and let down working people who were trying to start a business, or earn a little extra money, and we’re holding them accountable,” said state Attorney General Josh Shapiro. “LuLaRoe’s practices helped them make money, while forcing everyday people to risk savings and livelihoods. By withholding refunds, sometimes for more than a year, LuLaRoe broke the promise they made to Pennsylvanians and we’re stepping in to put an end to it.”
Shapiro said more than 6,700 consultants started a business supplied by LuLaRoe clothing in Pennsylvania in recent years, spending thousands of dollars to buy the required clothing.
“I invested a lot of money in this business and didn’t get back what I put in,” said former consultant Lesley Black. “Because they were so backlogged with consultants leaving, my paperwork to receive my refund wasn’t reviewed for several weeks, if not months, after I left the business. LulaRoe didn’t keep their promise to consultants, and didn’t care if we left, stayed, or even threatened to sue.”
Consumers who believe they are owed a refund from LuLaRoe should file a complaint here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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