Trishntek wrote:I think it is funny that anyone would consider legal action against an organization that has NOT cost you one thin dime, unless you bought a ticket,,, if so, what's the beef?
The CO wrote:The leg store called. The things you need to stand on are on back order.
melaniejane wrote:So this is the posters first post.
As a lawyer, I'd like to know whether the complainant tell us exactly what law BMorg have breached - you can't just complain with no legal grounds.
MiguelMenendez wrote:OP misses the point. If anything, the complaint should go to the Federal Gifting Commission, as the concept of "Trade" is a fundamental misinterpretation of the economy of BRC.
Gov Complaint Guy wrote:There is only one way to get to the bottom of this mess.
That is to file a consumer complaint with the FTC . https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/
As it appears there may have been some serious wrong doing, with the legalities of doing this "Lotto" and how the selection process was set up.
We need answers.
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