What is a valid proof of purchase?

For any limited warranty claim, a valid proof of purchase is required. A valid proof of purchase is defined as one of the following:

Some examples of non-valid proof of purchase are:

  • The UPC bar code from the box.
  • A picture of the actual product.
  • A certificate of authenticity.
  • Receipts from non-authorized Miroir dealers.
  • Receipts from any online auction sites, liquidators or clearance houses.
  • An order number from any vendor other than Miroirusa.com.
  • Cancelled checks.
  • Credit card statements.

Miroir reserves the right to take any action to protect itself against all forms of suspicious claims, including, without limitation, requiring further verification of identity and details of claimant and qualifying purchases as well as debarment of claim.

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