Women’s clothing firm LuLaRoe and the state attorney general’s office have struck a $110,000 deal to end a dispute over refunds to the company’s sales consultants.
At issue were claims that the California-based company was taking an unacceptably long time to give its consultants promised refunds for unsold goods.
LuLaRoe denies any trade law violations, according to the assurance of voluntary compliance petition the firm and the AG’s office jointly filed in Dauphin County Court.
In that petition, investigators claim they received complaints of overdue refunds from 52 LuLaRoe consultants in Pennsylvania. The firm has more than 6,700 consultants in the state.
The petition states that new consultants must buy at least $5,590 worth of clothing to begin selling for LuLaRoe and are required to sell at least 33 items a month to remain on the active consulting roster.
The AG’s office claims LuLaRoe pledged to give consultants