For those of you who are Groupon users with expired coupons that were purchased between November 2008 and December 2011, you can now file a claim form via email to get some of the money back(possibly to be reinstated at original value or request a cash refund on those Groupons).
From the website:
“Groupon Inc, which runs the world’s largest online coupon site, has agreed to an $8.5 million settlement of nationwide litigation alleging the expiration dates on its coupons are illegal.”
What to do:
- Log into Groupon,
- Click ‘my groupons’ and change the value next to ‘show’ from ‘Active’ to ‘Expired’. This will show a full list of qualifying Groupons. You can also print out the voucher from here which is required for the submission.
- Fill out the file form and email to email@example.com
If you ever have a problem with an expiration date, simply send them a message online in your account that you don’t want the service or that you are having problem booking the date etc. They promise to give you a full refund with no questions asked with their Groupon Promise of “If the experience using your Groupon ever lets you down, we’ll make it right or return your purchase. Simple as that.”
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