News of Lily Robotics' action-oriented drone arrived with much fanfare. But a few months ago, Lily filed for bankruptcy and announced it would not be able to fulfill any of its pre-orders. Thankfully, they're at least trying to refund pre-order customers (pending approval by a judge), but you only have until July 10 at 4 p.m. Eastern to submit a claim. While you can mail one in, it will be much easier and faster to simply fill out the information online. But if you don't act now, you could lose your right to a refund.
In order to get your refund, you must submit a customer claim form here. Once you've filled out the preliminary information, don't be tricked by the rather plain page with two links. You're not finished. If you want the refund, you want to select the first option for the customer claim form (yes, this seems like a repeat step). After this, you should find the rest of the steps relatively simple. Be sure to have your purchase date handy. The entire process shouldn't take more than a couple minutes.
Some people may have already filled out a proof of claim, but this is different than the customer claim form. Lily Robotics strongly encourages customers to submit the new customer claim form, which will supersede any previous proof of claim.
With three days left to raise your hand and ask for your money back, this isn't the type of thing you want to leave as an open tab on your browser only to come across Tuesday when it's too late.