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Contacting Uppercase Living About an Account Credit

How can I find out about the credit that I had with Uppercase Living. My friend use to be a consultant and no longer has her login information. I purchased a photo of my husband and me to stick on the wall. Well that never worked so I had it framed, but I still had credit with them.

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August 20, 20180 found this helpful

I'm so sorry but it looks like that company has closed down. It looks like the main website was taken off the internet in May. There is another VIP page that is still accessible but it states that "Uppercase Living is no longer in operation."

www.uppercaseliving.vip/

I don't think there is any way to redeem your credit with them. :(

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August 20, 20180 found this helpful

I hope you like your picture but I also found the same as Jess; there does not appear to be anyway to cash in on your credit with this company.
Hope it was not a substantial amount.

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August 20, 20180 found this helpful

When a company goes out of business, any credit you had with them is worth nothing. That is why it is important to use gift cards and credits promptly.

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August 20, 20180 found this helpful

It couldn't hurt to go to the tab that has alternatives and see if they were willing to work with you or offer you a deep discount on one of their products. If you found out through them that the company went bankrupt, you could try to see if they had any renumeration set up for people with credits. Can't hurt to ask!

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August 20, 20182 found this helpful

Uppercase Living was owned by CVSL Inc., a Salt Lake City multi-level marketing company that is now known as JRjr33. That company is owned by father-son John P. Rochon: 2950 North Harwood Street, Dallas, Texas 75201 972-913-4115.

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JRjr33 has a long history of failings across the world: Longaberger Co., Your Inspiration at Home, My Secret Kitchen, Kleeneze, and Betterware.

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August 21, 20180 found this helpful

i alwahys get solicitations from snapfish as to free prints - many other printers offer deals as well. I would just pursue one of those options and maybe make up for in free credit with new printers what you lost with these guys

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