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Complaint Review: Total Trivia - Plymouth Minnesota

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  • Reported By: Chelsea — Olmsted falls Ohio United States
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  • Total Trivia 12805 Highway 55, Suite 205 Plymouth, Minnesota United States

Total Trivia Deal Dash. Chi ti Nguyen Scam you and Take your money Plymouth Minnesota

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I am very upset with the fact that this company gets away with ripping people off! I paid at least $100 or more for tickets to see if what I had noticed going on with this app and its "favoritism" and its " Paid off players/ reviewers " was in my imagination or actually true. Before I continue on Id like to make note that this company is also owned by DealDash who has had lawsuits against them (links below) as well as the company's listed address has no location to be found on Google Maps. in- fact when you search that address on Google it brings you to the deal dash "so claimed" address. Oddly enough when you look at Maps that address is listed a hospice hospital!!

I also noticed that when you go to you can find a careers hyperlink which brings you to job openings and every opening for a job is listed as being in Hong Kong and numerous other countries not belonging to the United States. Onto to the scam... I have screenshots of everything I'm talking about during this game and I've revealed the truth by studying and organizing multiple screenshots from the beginning of the tournament to the end of the tournament.

What I've revealed? Well down to the very fact that the players under the same username happen to change their pictures quite often so that others won't catch a long, I've also come to find that these same players are under multiple (and i mean multiple) tournaments and they so happen to win them all too! or maybe this is just a game for the rich? I doubt it because a simple human being could do the math based on what your outrageously charged per ticket (boosters not included) and see that these same winning players put out way more then they could ever win back in prizes.

if that doesn't explain it enough then I will tell you this...the screenshots show how rigged this game Is because I sat there and watched and took screenshots of the very few last minutes- to seconds and each time an average player (desperately seeking to win like myself) gets ahead, in the last seconds that paid off player jumps back to first place in nano seconds!!! as for the last game that I just played-- were I tested my theory out, I think what I found was interesting: it was only him and I going back and forth for quite a few rounds, I knew the 3rd player was no longer chiming in so it was just time for me to throw in the towel and test what I "knew" would happen the last rounds.

In those last 4 rounds (him in lead, then myself, then him, then winner) so I looked at the timer on the clock, started each round of the game at the same time, turned on my 3 times booster, took the lead, other player takes it back instantly, timer resets, I do it again (with a few seconds less on the clock this time to ensure my booster and what little time I left would ensure my win. Not!!! guess what happened? I lost just because there was only 4 seconds remaining so not enough time for me to play again which I found completely odd. Why? Because I know that myself and this other player were only at most a thousand points ahead or behind each other at the end battle so you're going to say that my booster (yes i got all of the answers correct) wasn't enough to put me ahead and restart the clock?

I guess you scammers have to end it sometime so that people don't feel like they just lost a ton of money and still continue playing (in other words spending more money) Do the world a favor and rename the app "Battle of The Riches." So that middle class people aren't blowing money they don't have out of excitement of winning a product that they could never afford to purchase!! I mean come on, the fact that those people are winning multiple rounds means that they're dishing out hundreds upon thousands of dollars so why don't they just go out and buy the item itself? What a joke, this app needs some serious rules implemented limiting the number of times you can enter into a contest in a single week and or if they have already won that item they shouldn't be allowed to win it again.

I mean it's only fair that that's the case or that it is stated "clear as day" that you will not have an option to win anything because those who have the most money will always win!!  Stop taking our lower income people's money (I'm certain those rich folks who always win) spend enough cash to cover your entire profit margin for a whole year in less then 2 months time Simply state " UNLESS IF YOU HAVE 100'S OF DOLLARS TO BLOW YOU WONT WIN A THING" somewhere in the app description please! I'd like a REFUND immediately on both my boy friends and my account seeing that I had him log in as a new user with my referral code and purchase something $5 or more for which i was never rewarded 5,000 tickets. Wise up people dont waste your time or money. Its rigged

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