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NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. Starts on 8/20/17 and ends on 10/3/17. Open to legal residents of AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, ID, LA, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA and WY, who are eighteen (18) years of age or older at the time of entry. Limit: Maximum of 5 entries per person during the Sweepstakes Period, regardless of method of entry.

Sponsor: Smithfield Farmland Sales Corp., 111 Commerce Street, Smithfield, VA 23430. All Petty marks used under license from RPAC, LLC.


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Enter up to <4> times^^^ plus bonus on 2/18/15 to win Giveaway Grand Prize <1>. $30,000 voucher to be applied towards the purchase of winner’s choice of one of the following vehicles: 2015 Ford Fusion, 2015 Ford Escape, 2015 Ford Focus, 2015 Ford Explorer. ARV up to: $30,000.

ENTER THE SWEEPSTAKES BONUS PRIZE DRAWING: After submitting an Entry into the Sweepstakes Grand Prize Drawing, entrants will have the opportunity to log into their Facebook account, if not already logged in, and post a comment on the Web Site to earn one (1) entry (“Bonus Entry”) into a Bonus Drawing. Comment must include #fordsweepsentry to qualify, content of the comment will not be judged.

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[1] Standard Entries; Limit (4) Standard Entries per person/email address during the Promotion Period.

[2] Sharing; Limit (5) Sharing Entries per person/email address during the Promotion Period.

[3] 2/18/15; Starting February 18, 2015 at or around 5pm EST entrants will have the opportunity to create a personal page on the Web Site tracking the entrant’s Entries into the Sweepstakes after they have submitted a Standard Entry to receive (10) personal page entries into the Sweepstakes Grand Prize Drawing. Limit (10) Personal Page Entries per person/email address during the Promotion Period.

*ENDS 5pm EST

Restrictions: 18+ US, DC *valid driver’s license at the time of entry


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MUST allow [turn off ad-blocker> Grand Prize (1): The “Grand Prize” is a check made payable to the Grand Prize Winner in the amount of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) that the Grand Prize Winner may use towards the purchase of a new vehicle. ARV of the Grand Prize is Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000).

Monthly Second Prize (1 per month, 3 total): Each “Monthly Second Prize” is “oil changes for life”, awarded in the form of a check made payable to the Monthly Second Prize Winner in the amount of five thousand dollars ($5,000). “Oil changes for life” calculated at $70 an oil change times an oil change every 3 months for 15 years (the estimated average life of a new vehicle, according to Consumer Reports® ), and rounded up. ARV of each Second Prize is Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000).

Daily Prize (92). Each “Daily Prize” is a $100 Exxon Mobile gift card (“Gift Card”). ARV of each Daily Prize is One Hundred Dollars ($100.00).

Restrictions: 18+ US


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Congratulations! You’ve won a car, valuable jewelry, cash, or some other fabulous prize! Is this really your lucky day, or is your luck about to take a turn for the worse?

Never pay to play. It’s illegal for a company to require you to buy something or pay a fee in order to win or claim a prize.

Buying something doesn’t improve your chances of winning. It’s illegal for a company to even suggest that your chances will be better if you make a purchase.

Don’t believe that you have to give the company money for taxes on your prize. Taxes will be deducted from your winnings or you will pay them directly to the government.

Guard your credit card and bank account numbers. No legitimate sweepstakes company will ask for this information. Your social security number may be required for tax reporting purposes if you have won. Don’t provide that information unless you’re absolutely sure that you entered the contest and that you know the company operating it.

Be on guard for imposters. Some con artists use company names that are identical or very similar to well-known, legitimate sweepstakes operators. Tell them that you’ll get back to them and contact the real companies to ask if there is any connection.

Be wary of offers to send you an “advance” on your “winnings.” Some con artists use this ploy to build trust and get money from your bank. They send you a check for part of your “winnings,” instructing you to deposit it and then wire payment to them for taxes, bonding, or some other phony purpose. The bank tells you the check has cleared because the normal time has passed to be notified that checks have bounced. After you wire the money, the check that you deposited finally bounces because it turned out to be an elaborate fake. Now the crooks have your payment, and you’re left owing your bank the amount that you withdrew.

Get the details in writing. Legitimate sweepstakes companies will give you written information about how a contest works, including the odds of winning, the value of the prizes, the fact that no purchase is necessary, and an explanation that buying does not improve your chances of winning.

Don’t be fooled by official-looking advertisements. It’s not necessarily legitimate just because the envelope is marked “urgent” and the contents look impressive. One clue that you haven’t really won is if the letter was sent at bulk mail rates. That means that thousands of other people are receiving the same thing. Although many scammers send letters congratulating you on your winnings, pop-ups and emails are becoming more common among scammers.

Be especially cautious about foreign sweepstakes companies. Many fraudulent sweepstakes companies that target U.S. consumers are located in Canada or other countries, which makes it much more difficult for law enforcement agencies to pursue them.

Remember that con artists lie. It’s hard to imagine that there are people who are so cruel that they will tell you you’ve won something when you haven’t, but it’s true.


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Prizes and Sweepstakes Popular

Congratulations! You’ve won a car, valuable jewelry, cash, or some other fabulous prize! Is this really your lucky day, or is your luck about to take a turn for the worse?

Never pay to play. It’s illegal for a company to require you to buy something or pay a fee in order to win or claim a prize.

Buying something doesn’t improve your chances of winning. It’s illegal for a company to even suggest that your chances will be better if you make a purchase.

Don’t believe that you have to give the company money for taxes on your prize. Taxes will be deducted from your winnings or you will pay them directly to the government.

Guard your credit card and bank account numbers. No legitimate sweepstakes company will ask for this information. Your social security number may be required for tax reporting purposes if you have won. Don’t provide that information unless you’re absolutely sure that you entered the contest and that you know the company operating it.

Be on guard for imposters. Some con artists use company names that are identical or very similar to well-known, legitimate sweepstakes operators. Tell them that you’ll get back to them and contact the real companies to ask if there is any connection.

Be wary of offers to send you an “advance” on your “winnings.” Some con artists use this ploy to build trust and get money from your bank. They send you a check for part of your “winnings,” instructing you to deposit it and then wire payment to them for taxes, bonding, or some other phony purpose. The bank tells you the check has cleared because the normal time has passed to be notified that checks have bounced. After you wire the money, the check that you deposited finally bounces because it turned out to be an elaborate fake. Now the crooks have your payment, and you’re left owing your bank the amount that you withdrew.

Get the details in writing. Legitimate sweepstakes companies will give you written information about how a contest works, including the odds of winning, the value of the prizes, the fact that no purchase is necessary, and an explanation that buying does not improve your chances of winning.

Don’t be fooled by official-looking advertisements. It’s not necessarily legitimate just because the envelope is marked “urgent” and the contents look impressive. One clue that you haven’t really won is if the letter was sent at bulk mail rates. That means that thousands of other people are receiving the same thing. Although many scammers send letters congratulating you on your winnings, pop-ups and emails are becoming more common among scammers.

Be especially cautious about foreign sweepstakes companies. Many fraudulent sweepstakes companies that target U.S. consumers are located in Canada or other countries, which makes it much more difficult for law enforcement agencies to pursue them.

Remember that con artists lie. It’s hard to imagine that there are people who are so cruel that they will tell you you’ve won something when you haven’t, but it’s true.


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One of the most important tips to know when you enter sweepstakes is to always read the entry rules and instructions for car sweepstakes before you fill out the registration forms. All of the important details for the car giveaway will be listed there in fine print and it’s important to understand them before you enter sweepstakes. Not only could using sweepstakes with the right rules give you a better chance of winning, but it will help you identify if it’s a car sweepstakes scam or not. You should know how many times you can enter the car giveaway and also be aware of any other default clauses that could affect your chances to win a car or what the procedure is if you happen to actually win a car.

Enter car sweepstakes by providing your actual valid contact information. Not only is this important if you win a car and need to be reached by the prize holder, but if there’s a discrepancy between the information you wrote on the car giveaway form and your true identity or contact details, you’re likely to be disqualified from the car sweepstakes. Use your full name as it appears on official forms of identification such as your drivers license or passport. Provide your actual home address when you enter sweepstakes. Car sweepstakes are usually only one per household so the address you wrote on the sweepstakes form must match your home address to qualify. Open a new free email account and use it specifically for car sweepstakes or any other types of sweepstakes and contests. This is because you’re likely to receive a lot of advertisement emails from sponsors.

Avoid car sweepstakes scams. You need to know how to identify them to avoid any problems. You should always enter free car sweepstakes. Legitimate win a car sweepstakes do not require you to purchase a sponsored product to improve your chances of winning the sweepstakes. They will tell you it improves your chances of winning but it really doesn’t. You should also never have to pay a tax or shipping charge in advance when you enter sweepstakes. Also, legitimate free sweepstakes will identify themselves prominently, while fraudulent ones will not openly provide their contact information. Another common scam for sweepstakes and contests is when you receive a call from an annoying telemarketer or receive something in the mail telling you that you’ve one something, even though you’ve never entered into sweepstakes and contests that you can remember. So if you decide to enter sweepstakes, make sure you always choose legitimate free car sweepstakes.


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MUST allow [turn off ad-blocker> Grand Prize (1): The “Grand Prize” is a check made payable to the Grand Prize Winner in the amount of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) that the Grand Prize Winner may use towards the purchase of a new vehicle. ARV of the Grand Prize is Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000).

Monthly Second Prize (1 per month, 3 total): Each “Monthly Second Prize” is “oil changes for life”, awarded in the form of a check made payable to the Monthly Second Prize Winner in the amount of five thousand dollars ($5,000). “Oil changes for life” calculated at $70 an oil change times an oil change every 3 months for 15 years (the estimated average life of a new vehicle, according to Consumer Reports® ), and rounded up. ARV of each Second Prize is Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000).

Daily Prize (92). Each “Daily Prize” is a $100 Exxon Mobile gift card (“Gift Card”). ARV of each Daily Prize is One Hundred Dollars ($100.00).

Restrictions: 18+ US


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Prizes and Sweepstakes Popular

Congratulations! You’ve won a car, valuable jewelry, cash, or some other fabulous prize! Is this really your lucky day, or is your luck about to take a turn for the worse?

Never pay to play. It’s illegal for a company to require you to buy something or pay a fee in order to win or claim a prize.

Buying something doesn’t improve your chances of winning. It’s illegal for a company to even suggest that your chances will be better if you make a purchase.

Don’t believe that you have to give the company money for taxes on your prize. Taxes will be deducted from your winnings or you will pay them directly to the government.

Guard your credit card and bank account numbers. No legitimate sweepstakes company will ask for this information. Your social security number may be required for tax reporting purposes if you have won. Don’t provide that information unless you’re absolutely sure that you entered the contest and that you know the company operating it.

Be on guard for imposters. Some con artists use company names that are identical or very similar to well-known, legitimate sweepstakes operators. Tell them that you’ll get back to them and contact the real companies to ask if there is any connection.

Be wary of offers to send you an “advance” on your “winnings.” Some con artists use this ploy to build trust and get money from your bank. They send you a check for part of your “winnings,” instructing you to deposit it and then wire payment to them for taxes, bonding, or some other phony purpose. The bank tells you the check has cleared because the normal time has passed to be notified that checks have bounced. After you wire the money, the check that you deposited finally bounces because it turned out to be an elaborate fake. Now the crooks have your payment, and you’re left owing your bank the amount that you withdrew.

Get the details in writing. Legitimate sweepstakes companies will give you written information about how a contest works, including the odds of winning, the value of the prizes, the fact that no purchase is necessary, and an explanation that buying does not improve your chances of winning.

Don’t be fooled by official-looking advertisements. It’s not necessarily legitimate just because the envelope is marked “urgent” and the contents look impressive. One clue that you haven’t really won is if the letter was sent at bulk mail rates. That means that thousands of other people are receiving the same thing. Although many scammers send letters congratulating you on your winnings, pop-ups and emails are becoming more common among scammers.

Be especially cautious about foreign sweepstakes companies. Many fraudulent sweepstakes companies that target U.S. consumers are located in Canada or other countries, which makes it much more difficult for law enforcement agencies to pursue them.

Remember that con artists lie. It’s hard to imagine that there are people who are so cruel that they will tell you you’ve won something when you haven’t, but it’s true.


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#

Other People Are Reading

One of the most important tips to know when you enter sweepstakes is to always read the entry rules and instructions for car sweepstakes before you fill out the registration forms. All of the important details for the car giveaway will be listed there in fine print and it’s important to understand them before you enter sweepstakes. Not only could using sweepstakes with the right rules give you a better chance of winning, but it will help you identify if it’s a car sweepstakes scam or not. You should know how many times you can enter the car giveaway and also be aware of any other default clauses that could affect your chances to win a car or what the procedure is if you happen to actually win a car.

Enter car sweepstakes by providing your actual valid contact information. Not only is this important if you win a car and need to be reached by the prize holder, but if there’s a discrepancy between the information you wrote on the car giveaway form and your true identity or contact details, you’re likely to be disqualified from the car sweepstakes. Use your full name as it appears on official forms of identification such as your drivers license or passport. Provide your actual home address when you enter sweepstakes. Car sweepstakes are usually only one per household so the address you wrote on the sweepstakes form must match your home address to qualify. Open a new free email account and use it specifically for car sweepstakes or any other types of sweepstakes and contests. This is because you’re likely to receive a lot of advertisement emails from sponsors.

Avoid car sweepstakes scams. You need to know how to identify them to avoid any problems. You should always enter free car sweepstakes. Legitimate win a car sweepstakes do not require you to purchase a sponsored product to improve your chances of winning the sweepstakes. They will tell you it improves your chances of winning but it really doesn’t. You should also never have to pay a tax or shipping charge in advance when you enter sweepstakes. Also, legitimate free sweepstakes will identify themselves prominently, while fraudulent ones will not openly provide their contact information. Another common scam for sweepstakes and contests is when you receive a call from an annoying telemarketer or receive something in the mail telling you that you’ve one something, even though you’ve never entered into sweepstakes and contests that you can remember. So if you decide to enter sweepstakes, make sure you always choose legitimate free car sweepstakes.