I purchased a SweetJack voucher in March for a local medical spa. This was my first purchase with SweetJack but I have purchased similar vouchers before on Groupon and LivingSocial. The voucher costs $275 and expires one year from the date of purchase. In April, I called to schedule my first appointment. I was told the first available appointment was in May. Then a day before the appointment I got a call from the spa stating they have to reschedule because the doctor was not available. Disappointed but I do understands things happen and agreed to the first available appointment in July. Then I got another call a day before this appointment that the business closed down. The new owners have taken over the business but they no longer offer this particular procedure. I contacted SweetJack by email immediately informing them of the closure of the business. I was not worried at the time because when a similar thing happened on a LivingSocial purchase, not only I got my money back, I was offered additional credit for my inconvenience. Boy, was I wrong. SweetJack emailed back to basically say "tough". They will only refund within 60 days of purchase. Ironically, that's the deadline for filing a credit card dispute, so they may just be doing it out of obligation. SweetJack did not care that their "hand-selected" business, according to their website, closed down, and not that I changed my mind after purchase. I asked for credit for future SweetJack purchase but was again denied. Outrageously, SweetJack told me to asked for money back from the new business owners. Hello?! They never got paid for you! Why would they refund ME? In closing, make sure you use your SweetJack voucher within 60 days of purchase regardless of the expiration date as SweetJack offers NO customer service and No Guarantee Whatsoever after 60 days. Better yet, avoid SweetJack at all cost.