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JANUARY 2021 – $250 DRAW
Win 1 of 2 $250 prepaid Visa cards!
Subject to applicable laws, these rules apply to all aspects of the contest and are binding upon all participants.
Conditions for Participation
No purchase is required.
To participate in this contest organized by Leger, you must complete at least one survey during the contest period. To do so, you must create a LEO (Leger Opinion) account. After registering, you will receive surveys that match your profile. Every time you answer a Leger Opinion survey, you automatically earn chances, which you will continue to earn until the day of the draw.
The odds of winning depend on the number of participants during the contest period and the number of questionnaires completed during the month.
When the winner(s) is/are selected, the balance of your chances will be reset to zero.
Eligible Contest Entry Locations
This contest organized by Leger is only open to residents of Canada. Surveys must be completed online on the Leger Opinion portal or app.
Deadline for Entries
The contest will take place from January 1, 2021 00:01 (Eastern Time) to January 31, 2021 at 23:59 (Eastern Time).
Method of Awarding Prize(s) and Prize Description(s) (Number, Detailed Description, Value)
The draw will take place on Leger’s panel management system in compliance with the conditions of participation set out in these rules.
The contest includes:
- 2 $250 prepaid Visa cards, which will be sent to the winners in the weeks following the draw
Visa is not affiliated with Leger Opinion.
Designation of the Prize Winner(s) (Location, Date and Time)
The draw will be held at 507 Place d'Armes, Suite 700, in Montreal, on February 1, 2021 at 12:00 (noon), Eastern Time.
Method Used to Notify Winner(s)
Winners will be informed by e-mail about being selected in the draw and the prize they have won within 48 hours following the draw.
Claiming the Prize(s) – Place, Date and Deadline to Claim the Prize(s)
Winners must send the information requested to validate their identity within 5 days after the e-mail (to inform them about being selected in the draw) is sent.
Winners can reply directly to the e-mail or reach the Leger team by phone or mail.
Leger reserves the right to draw new winners if the original winners do not respond within 5 days of being notified that they have won the contest. After the new winners are notified that they have won the contest, they will have 5 days to respond. If they fail to respond within 5 days, the contest prize will be declared unclaimed.
Participants will not be declared official winners until the necessary verifications have been completed.
Nature of the Skill-Testing Requirement that Winner(s) Must Satisfy in Order to Claim Their Prize
To obtain the prize, the winners must:
- Send us a picture of themself, containing Leger’s name, in order to demonstrate the authenticity of our winners to other participants.
- Confirm their mailing address, as well as their date of birth.
- Correctly answer the following skill-testing question: (25+15) x 5 - 100.
By accepting the prize, the winners authorize Leger, the contest organizer, to use the winners’ full name, address (only the city of residence will be reported), photo, image, or any statement related to the contest for promotional purposes, without any form of compensation. The winners’ names will be posted on the Leger Opinion website and social media platforms.
Eligibility and Exclusion from Participating
To be eligible for this contest, participants must be of legal age according to the laws of their place of residence and reside in Canada at the time of the draw.
Participants must also be a member of the Leger Opinion panel.
Employees of Leger, including its advertising and promotional agencies, as well as employees of the suppliers of the prize or those of another party directly or indirectly involved in the contest, including their family members and the people with whom they reside, are not eligible to participate in this contest.
Any litigation with respect to the conduct or organization of this contest may be submitted to the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux (RACJ) for a ruling. Any litigation with respect to the awarding of a prize may be submitted to the Régie only for the purpose of helping the parties reach a settlement.
Leger is exempt from any liability in the event of:
- lost, stolen, delayed, damaged, incomplete or improperly forwarded registrations;
- viruses on the website or computer bugs during the contest;
- network outages or technical problems with phone lines or networks, computer systems, servers, Internet access service providers, installations or computer material or software;
- any email error or transmission delay, or any other electronic transmissions transmitted by or to Leger or its agents as a result of any technical problems on the Internet or on any other website, or any of the above-mentioned factors in combination;
- any injury or damages caused to a participant or to any other person associated with computers or as a result of participating in the contest.
Without restricting the scope of the contest rules, Leger reserves the right, at its entire discretion (subject to approval, if applicable, by the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux du Québec), to modify, suspend or terminate the contest, in whole or in part (and, at its discretion, to name one or more winners among the registered participants) if, for any reason whatsoever, in the opinion of Leger, and at its discretion, the contest did not progress normally, notably because of falsification, an unauthorized human intervention, fraud, violation of the contest rules, errors or technical malfunctions or a virus, computer bug or any other cause that could alter the security and the administration of the contest or adversely affect it.
Leger reserves the right to substitute items of equal or greater value. In the event the prize is unavailable, Leger will ship the most comparable model available.
Any attempt to deliberately damage any website, to obtain unauthorized access to another person’s computer, or to adversely affect the good functioning of the contest is a legal infraction, and, in the event of a person making such an attempt, Leger reserves the right, not only to disqualify this person from the contest, but also to fully exercise its right to remedy in damages under the law, including, if deemed necessary, criminal proceedings.