As you may know, Lifebooker is shutting down.
All of your unexpired vouchers are valid at the businesses they were purchased from, and Lifebooker has paid all providers in full for your purchases.
Despite the fact that Lifebooker is shutting down, your unused, but expired, Loot certificates may still retain their face value, depending upon the states in which their businesses are located. If you do not qualify for the Loot's promotion but still have the Loot certificate, the business must allow you to use the certificate amount toward any service they offer. After their expiration dates, the relevant state laws regarding Loot certificates (vouchers) are as follows:
California: California state law requires businesses to honor outstanding expired vouchers at their face value in perpetuity.
Illinois: Illinois state law requires businesses to honor outstanding expired vouchers at their face value for at least five years.
New York: New York state law requires businesses to honor outstanding expired vouchers at their face value for at least five years.
If a business does not let you redeem a Loot certificate in accordance with the laws stated above or the terms of the certificate, please send complaints to state attorneys general and consumer protection bureaus.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris
Office of the Attorney General1300 "I" StreetSacramento, CA 95814-2919(916) 445-9555
California Department of Consumer Affairs
Consumer Information Division
1625 North Market Blvd., Suite N 112
Sacramento, CA 95834
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan
Office of the Attorney General
500 South Second StreetSpringfield, IL 62701(217) 782-1090
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman
Office of the Attorney GeneralThe CapitolAlbany, NY 12224-0341(800) 771-7755
New York State Department of State, Division of Consumer Protection
Department of State
One Commerce Plaza, 99 Washington AveAlbany, NY 12231-0001