The Great British Retirement Survey 2019: prize draw terms and conditions

Published by Rachel Lacey on 08 May 2019.
Last updated on 09 May 2019

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1. Prize Draw

This prize draw is operated by Interactive Investor Services Ltd whose registered office is Exchange Court, Duncombe Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 4AX. Telephone 0345 607 6001.

2. The Prize

Subject to compliance with the following terms and conditions the winning participants will be entitled to receive either £1,000 in cash or one of five shopping vouchers from Amazon, John Lewis or Marks & Spencer, worth £100 each.

3. Terms of Entry

The promotion is open to all except for employees of Interactive Investor Plc or Coredata and members of their immediate family. For the purpose of this promotion, respondents must be: Residents of the United Kingdom; and Aged 18 or over at the time of entering the promotion. Each respondent will be eligible to be entered into each draw once.

4. Survey dates

The prize draw relates to the Great British Retirement Survey 2019, which commenced on 05/02/2019 and is scheduled to close on 30/06/2019.

5. The Draws

The winners will be chosen at random by an employee of Interactive Investor Plc and notified by email to the email address provided in the survey. The draws will be made within a month of the close date of the survey. The name and home town of the winners may be used for publicity purposes and will be available to anyone who makes a request in writing and sends a stamped addressed envelope to Exchange Court, Duncombe Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 4AX. The winners will be notified by email which must be acknowledged within 30 days of receipt. If acknowledgement is not received within 30 days of receipt a re-draw will take place to choose a new winner / winners. The prize will be sent to the winner’s registered address within 28 days of receipt of acknowledgement

6. Governing laws

The promotion and the terms will be governed by English law and any dispute arising will be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of English courts.

7. No purchase is necessary

 

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