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Money Competition Rules

Money FM Competition/Promo Rules & Regulations

  1. All listeners may take part in MONEY FM 93.7 contests unless there are specific requirements indicated by the organisers, advertisers or by law.

 

  1. Winners of contests will be automatically disqualified if he/she has won in the same MONEY 93.7 contest/promotion within 30 days. Only one winner per household will be allowed to win a prize from MONEY FM 93.7 of any contest/promotion within 30 days.

 

  1. All calls during contests are recorded and may be aired without further approval from the listeners.

 

  1. Contests that involve an alcohol beverage/club/pub sponsor are open to all listeners 18 years or older.

 

  1. Prizes are non-transferable. Winners may not request substitution or other consideration from the originally awarded prize. Station reserves the right to disqualify any winner if the contest rules have been violated in any way.

 

  1. MONEY FM 93.7 reserves the right to revoke prizes if the winner does not meet any or all eligibility requirements, even though an announcement may have been made on air indicating that person was the winner.

 

  1. Prizes can be picked up at Money FM Radio Ltd, located at 4615 Lubwa Road Rhodespark. Prizes will not be mailed. Prizes left unclaimed after the stipulated date will be forfeited. No further correspondences will be entertained.

 

  1. All winners are required to show their original identity card/passport upon collection of prizes. Only ORIGINAL Identity Cards will be accepted.

 

  1. MONEY FM 93.7 reserves the right to substitute prizes of equal value, or end the contest at an earlier date. MONEY FM 93.7 will not be held responsible for any unforeseen cancellation or delay of concerts/events caused by weather, promoter or performer. The station’s decision is final and no further correspondences will be entertained.

 

  1. These rules are subject to change without prior notice.

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