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Win a 32" TV & Doc Martin Series 5 @ Full House

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korkythekat2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago / ended 29 Mar 1229 March 2012
Product:
32" TV & Doc Martin Series 5
Period:
Once
Availability:
Online
ending - 29/03/2012

We are giving one reader the chance to win a
copy of Doc Martin Series 5 and as
if that wasn't enough we are throwing in a
32 inch widescreen TV,
courtesy of Momentum Pictures,
making this prize worth a fantastic £200,

Question:
Which village is Doc Martin set in ?

answer - a) Portwenn

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Rules:
Rules: Rules: Competitions are open to all residents of Great Britain and Ireland. Generally the age limit will be 18 years apart from where competitions are specifically opened to persons under that age. Each competition may only be entered once by each entrant. Entrants suspected of submitting multiple entries may have all their entries rejected.
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korkythekat2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago / ended 29 Mar 1229 March 2012
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jasonvorhees167 1 Like #1
thanks
retiredcynic 1 Like #2
Thx partner :)
OB1Marko 1 Like #3
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Dipsy11 1 Like #4
Thank you!! :)
redvers 1 Like #5
Thank you :)
pennydragon 1 Like #6
thxs
chrisbligh 1 Like #7
Thanks
CRACKER33 1 Like #8
Thanks again korky :)
haigythescotsman[helper] 1 Like #9
thanks korky
FrankSkorpio 1 Like #10
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nicky_t 1 Like #11
Thanks
conor147#12
can someone explain this to me?

you guys do realise that they make money from doing this? and that by entering, you are contributing? and that the more people phone in (and pay the charge/enter their details online and let them sell on your info), the less likely your chances of winning are, but the prize stays the same? you are essentially putting more money in the pot without the pot increasing.

if you honestly want to think this is worth it, get together and agree NOT to enter, so that one person can enter and win. one call = 1 pound/3 minutes of typing details (for example) put in with a 100% chance of winning 200 pounds = a 20,000% mark up on your money.

whereas if you guys all agree to enter online, thats what.. 50 people? in addition to the 5000 across the country?

but if everyone agrees to enter online, thats what... 5000 people typing in their details for 3 minutes each = 15,000 minutes = 250 hours for a prize worth 200 pounds. going by that example, you value your time at 1/5 of minimum wage. voluntary momentary mass slave labour.

what am i missing?
clover 1 Like #13
thanks
korkythekat 1 Like #14
conor147
can someone explain this to me?

you guys do realise that they make money from doing this? and that by entering, you are contributing? and that the more people phone in (and pay the charge/enter their details online and let them sell on your info), the less likely your chances of winning are, but the prize stays the same? you are essentially putting more money in the pot without the pot increasing.

if you honestly want to think this is worth it, get together and agree NOT to enter, so that one person can enter and win. one call = 1 pound/3 minutes of typing details (for example) put in with a 100% chance of winning 200 pounds = a 20,000% mark up on your money.

whereas if you guys all agree to enter online, thats what.. 50 people? in addition to the 5000 across the country?

but if everyone agrees to enter online, thats what... 5000 people typing in their details for 3 minutes each = 15,000 minutes = 250 hours for a prize worth 200 pounds. going by that example, you value your time at 1/5 of minimum wage. voluntary momentary mass slave labour.

what am i missing?

well, i don't know anyone that texts/phones them in, most enter online for free,
as for typing all your details in i have roboform that does all my filling
in forms for me, so saves me lots of time typing out address/details each time,
once you've registered it doesn't take any time to paste/copy the answer/answers into the form
as all your details are stored on your user profile,

the only time it takes me is to solve the puzzles in the mags which i enjoy doing,
& yes, i've won from these ones a few times :D
VeedubyaGTi 1 Like #15
Thanx Korky 8)
dinosaurloverbanned 1 Like #16
Thanks
justjunie 1 Like #17
Thanks Korky.

It takes no time at all to do these comps. Thanks to auto fill forms & yourself & others for putting up the answers. And it don't cost even one penny.
marba01 2 Likes #18
Thank you Korky :)
uktexan 1 Like #19
Thanks
greyfriar 1 Like #20
Thanks Korky

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