Originally Posted by hamiltont
In the Rules & Regulation there's this paragraph:
"Other Rules and Regulations: In order to win, the selected entrant must first correctly answer, unaided, a time-limited, mathematical, skill-testing question to be administered by telephone, and he or she will be required to sign a standard Declaration and Release Form confirming compliance with the Contest Rules, acceptance of the Prize as awarded and releasing Crown Verity from all liability relating to the Contest."
What exactly would that mean do you think? I'm not a real mathematically inclined person and probably would fail a "skill-testing" question if it pertained to Calculus, Geometry or such...
Otherwise I'm all over it!!! Cheers!!!
Originally Posted by deguerre
This may have something to do with local laws covering lotteries and other things. Britain, I think, as a law covering all contests requiring a "Skill" question. I would assume something like "What is two plus two?"
They are based in Canada, so maybe that is the case. I will find out.
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