After a bit over two weeks without reply, I emailed them back and asked them what my status was. They ignored what I'd sent them earlier and repeated that I'd not submitted proof of purchase. I asked them, again, what was wrong with the information I sent them that they'd specifically asked for and what else would constitute proof of purchase. They repeated the same mantra. I even sent them a copy of my invoice and asked if that's what they wanted. Again, they repeated their earlier non-answers and heavily implied I'd never see a dime.It's been 6 days since I fired off my reply to them asking them how I failed to provide proof of purchase when I repeatedly sent them exactly what they asked for.
Nothing but crickets.
These companies get a "Lump sum payment" to handle all this, and a lot of times they will sit on the money, and deny claims. Whatever isn't claimed they keep. But delaying claims allows them to invest it in a low yield fund to get more return on it. Even a low yield fund over 4 years could turn around 20%. On a couple million, that isn't chump change.Told ya unicorns aren't only for investors!