Learn How To Get a LivingSocial Refund Fast and Without Stress

LivingSocial is a place where you can find and share things to do in your area. They offer numerous ideas and deals on how to spend your time in the city and have a good local experience. If you are unsatisfied with what you get from LivingSocial, you should be able to get your money back.

How To Get a Refund From LivingSocial The Quickest Way Possible—With the Help of DoNotPay

You don’t have to stress yourself out by trying to request a refund on your own. There is an option much better because it is fast and easy to use—DoNotPay can help you out! These are the only steps you’ll need to follow:

  1. Open the DoNotPay app in your web browser
  2. Under the Chargeback Instantly button, you’ll see the Get Protected button (click on it) 
  3. Provide the app with all the requested information about your bank
  4. Type in LivingSocial as the merchant
  5. Verify your signature and submit the request

DoNotPay will create a dispute letter and send it directly to LivingSocial and your bank. The world’s first robot lawyer will refer to all relevant VISA and Mastercard codes and regulations that will help you get a refund in the blink of an eye. Our app can also get in contact with the company on your behalf if you want to get in touch immediately.


How To Request a LivingSocial Refund on Your Own

If you decide to ask for a refund from LivingSocial on your own, you won’t have many options. These are your only choices:

Can You Request a Refund Via

Yes/No
DoNotPay

Yes

Email

No
Phone

Yes

Letter

No
Company Website

No

In Person

No
Mobile App

Yes

How To Get a Refund From LivingSocial Over the Phone

If you decide to request a refund from LivingSocial over the phone you will need to contact their customer service and do the following:

  1. Call: 202-400-2100
  2. Explain why you are contacting them
  3. Give them all the relevant info they ask for
  4. Wait for further instructions

How To Get a Refund From LivingSocial via Their Mobile App (iOS)

You may ask for a refund from LivingSocial via their mobile app by doing the following:

  1. Open the app on your iOS device
  2. Click on the Voucher button in the bottom right-hand corner
  3. Select Ask For a Refund button
  4. Wait for the confirmation mail

How Long Will It Take To Receive a LivingSocial Refund

Depending on the way you paid for your LivingSocial service, there are different periods of time it may take to get your money back:

  • LivingSocial refunds to a debit or credit card will be processed in one or two business days, but it may take your bank a couple more days to route the funds correctly and get them to your account. If it’s taking longer than ten business days, you should check with the claims department of your bank directly
  • LivingSocial refunds that are issued in Deal Bucks will be processed in one or two business days as well and will be accessible with other eligible purchases on the site. You can see your Bucks balance in the top-right corner of your My Vouchers page when logged in
  • LivingSocial Shop Returns will need up to 14 days for the item to be shipped back and processed at their returns center. When the refunds are issued, it may take up to around 10 business days for the credit to appear on your bank statement

LivingSocial Refund Policy

LivingSocial’s refund policy differs for each category they offer:

  • Local deal type: You can ask for a refund for any unredeemed Voucher that is not Final Sale to Deal Bucks until the Voucher’s expiration date (unless the fine print says otherwise). Even if the promotional value has expired, your voucher is always worth at least the amount you paid for it with the business
  • LivingSocial Shop deal type: There is a possibility that you can exchange your item for a new one. You can return the product for a refund to Deal Bucks during the period of 30 since receiving it (unless otherwise stated in the fine print). Shipping charges aren’t refundable except in the case when the returned item is defective. Returns shipped without using a LivingSocial-provided return label will be refused for a refund since they aren’t suitable for one
  • Ticketed Events deal type: The majority of tickets purchased through LivingSocial Events are Final Sale (unless otherwise stated in the Fine Print). If your order isn’t Final Sale, you will be able to get a refund until midnight on the day of purchase
  • LivingSocial Travel deal type: LivingSocial recommends you reach out to their partners directly if you want to reschedule or cancel your trip

How To Get a Refund for a LivingSocial Travel Deal Types

There are two LivingSocial Travel Deal types and getting a refund for each differs:

  • LivingSocial Travel Booking Calendar Deals. If a deal is listed as non-refundable, or the cancellation deadline has passed—the reservation won’t be possible
  • LivingSocial Travel Voucher Deals. If the requested dates are unavailable—contact their customer support before the book-by date and they will refund your purchase

Use DoNotPay To Sue LivingSocial if They Are Not Cooperating!

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If LivingSocial refuses to issue you a refund, our app can help you sue them in small claims court. DoNotPay is the world’s first robot lawyer that can help you prepare all the paperwork you need to use in court. You don’t have to stress yourself out by researching the process on your own. Get the app that has been recognized by the American Bar Association Louis M. Brown award for legal access and allow it to deal with problems for you! Your virtual assistant will be there to help you out:

  • Filling out the required court forms—DoNotPay will get you all the necessary forms and fill them out for you
  • Making your appearance at court—DoNotPay can prepare the paperwork you need to win the case
  • Creating a demand letter—answer some questions from our chatbot and we can provide you with a demand letter made specifically for your situation 
  • Serving LivingSocial—according to the rules of your local small claims court, we can provide you with a form called Serving the Defendant that should deal with LivingSocial properly

Issues You Might Encounter When Requesting a Refund From LivingSocial

If you switched banks, you may encounter a problem with getting a refund from LivingSocial. In this case, your old bank should normally automatically reroute the funds to your new account, and the refund should appear on your bank statement within 10 business days. It is the same case if you have a new card in the same bank. If you don’t see the credit after 10 business days, you should contact your bank directly for assistance.

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