- Report: #1155620
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Complaint Review: Sweepstakes Clearinghouse
Sweepstakes Clearinghouse1555 Regal Row Dallas, Texas USA
Sweepstakes Clearinghouse J. Johnson Offered a "consolation prize" that requires the "winner" to pay for the prize; stop contact after receiving payments Dallas Texas
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The company sent a mailer with "vouchers" for several different types of "prizes". I was interested in purchasing a laptop computer. The voucher offered is $400.00 towards a top manufactured refurbished laptop computer. You have a certain time to take advantage of the "offer" and you may take advantage of their "lay-a-way" plan or charge the balance of $239.95.
The company apparently takes advantage of the Publishers' Clearinghouse system of sending multiple mailers to consumers. They seemed to have access to mailing addresses. Yet, I came to realize that there is no real way to get back to the "company" to inquire about the status of my "prize".
My last payment was in May 2014; I have not heard from them nor is there any clear way to contact them, except by mail. I fully do not expect to get any type of feedback from them, not my money nor my "prize". People sure are gullible. I could purchase a good, new laptop for about $400- $600!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/18/2014 03:17 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Sweepstakes-Clearinghouse/Dallas-Texas-75247/Sweepstakes-Clearinghouse-J-Johnson-Offered-a-consolation-prize-that-requires-the-win-1155620. 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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