The Final Payoff is a sweepstakes where anyone could win $50,000. Essentially, the sweepstakes is an online version of drawings you would find at the mall or movie theater for a free cruise or new car. Anyone who enters the sweepstakes will be entered into a drawing for the grand prize of $50,000. Entering the drawing is simple. The users must enter 8 records containing their personal information. Multiple registration entries through an automotive process are against contest rules and if found guilty the party responsible will be ineligible to win the prize.
The contest will only yield one winner across the country. The registration process is open from January 1, 2008 to March 30, 2008. If you are the big winner you can spend the money anyway you choose. You will not be forced to choose one of the four prize options. The prize money will be delivered 8-10 weeks after the April 30, 2008 drawing.
Users should note that the odds of winning are extremely slim and that multiple marketing companies will use your personal information for telemarketing or other unethical purposes.
- $50,000 prize
- No restrictions on how money can be spent
- Contest allows multiple individual sign-ups
- Unethical marketing practices
- Companies will use your personal information
- Odds of winning are slim
- No cost to register
- Users must enter personal information to be eligible
The Final Payoff is nothing but a marketing tactic in order to gain your personal information. Do not signup unless you want an increase in junk mail and telemarketing phone calls. However, the service does have a positive aspect in that you could have a chance at winning the $50,000 grand prize.
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