- Report: #1092447
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Complaint Review: Allan Brown
Allan Brown1121 El Retiro Ave. Beverly Hills, California USA
Allan Brown alan brown allan I. Brown Scammer, Con Man, Rigging a contest Beverly Hills California
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Allan Brown is under fraud investigation by FBI, for his involvement of fraudulently claiming the $1 million dollar Mcdonalds grand prize, while he was employed by Mcdonalds as a sub contracter. While it is clear in the rules, that employee's of Mcdonalds or contractors as well are excluded from entering the contest, it did not stop Allan Brown from arranging the winner to be his personal security guard. This not only alerted the FBI fraud department, but caused a massive blemish on Mcdonalds, for allowing this to happen. While most people don't win, many win fries, cokes, or other trivial prizes.
Mcdonalds Monopoly Game is supposed to award 1 grand prize of $1 million dollars, but somehowe a person contracted by McDonalds won the game, under scrutiny by the Federal Trade Commision, FBI, and lawyers which demanded an explanation for this irregularity.
It was traced back to Allan Brown, who was employed by McDonalds in their marketing department. An employee of Allan Brown's, was the person who won the $1 million dollar prize.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/16/2013 04:48 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Allan-Brown/Beverly-Hills-California-90210/Allan-Brown-alan-brown-allan-I-Brown-Scammer-Con-Man-Rigging-a-contest-Beverly-Hills-1092447. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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