I have one of their LED technology bulbs that lasted 5 months, but the package guaranteed two years, with no hour rating. To return the $5.67 bulb for exchange allegedly requires the original package (a blister pack) and I get to pay the postage, which at the parcel post rate is several dollars.
It's my belief that Lights of America is well aware their products don't come close to lasting as long as the warranty period, are ghastly more expensive than an incandescent bulb, and don't save the consumer one darn penny. Neither does it do anything toward reducing landfill waste that will never decompose.
I was going to return this bulb, just to see what kind of handling I received. After thinking on it a while, I think the least cost smartest choice is just don't pick up that brand any more for any lighting need. Both their CFL and LED products have performed miserably for me.
Both Phillips and General Electric light bulbs have delivered faultlessly, and I think I'll just stay with them.