Tell us how you use Tech CU day to day and you could win $100!
* Official Rules
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. All entries have an equal chance of winning.
Entering: To enter, visit www.techcu.com/tellus from January 15, 2013 through March 31, 2013, and submit your story.
Odds: Odds of winning depend on the number of entries made throughout the Sweepstakes period, estimated at 10,000 to 1.
Entries: You may enter as often as you wish during the Sweepstakes period, but may only win once. If more than one of your entries is drawn as a winner, an alternate winner will be selected.
Eligibility: Contest open to California resident Tech CU members age 18 and older who, as of January 1, 2013, have a Tech CU account. Employees, officers, and volunteer officials of Technology Credit Union and their family members are not eligible to win. Void where prohibited. Entries that Tech CU judges to be, in its sole discretion, profane, inappropriate, disruptive, abusive, defamatory or discriminatory will be disqualified.
Ownership of Entries: All submitted stories become property of Tech CU and may be posted on the Tech CU Facebook Page or used in Tech CU marketing and advertising materials. Neither your name nor your likeness will be published, only the content of your entry.
Prizes: A cash prize of $100 will be awarded for each week of the Sweepstakes period, beginning the week of 1/20/13.
Drawing: Within two weeks of the end of the Sweepstakes period, Tech CU will draw one entry at random for each week of the contest period. Winners will be notified by phone and, if Tech CU has a valid e-mail address, by e-mail. To claim the prize, members must respond to the notification from Tech CU within five days. After that time, the member forfeits the prize and a new member will be selected and notified. The winner from each promotional period will be officially announced within one week of response from member to claim the prize. All drawings will be conducted under the supervision of Tech CU. The decisions of Tech CU are final and binding in all matters relating to this Sweepstakes. All prizes will be awarded. To obtain a list of winners, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to Tech CU, How do you Tech CU Sweepstakes, P.O. Box 1409, San Jose, CA 95109-1409.
Taxes: Taxes on prizes, if any, are the sole responsibility of the winner. Winners may be issued an IRS 1099 tax form for the approximate retail value of any awarded prize. Consult a tax advisor if you have questions about tax implications of a prize.
Disclaimer of Liability: Technology Credit Union is not responsible for any claim, injury, loss, or damage to any person or property that arises out of acceptance or use of any prize.
Law: This Sweepstakes shall be governed by California law. By entering the Sweepstakes, winners agree that California courts shall have jurisdiction over any dispute or litigation arising from or relating to this Sweepstakes and that venue shall in the winner's county of residence.
Alternative Entry: Hand-print your name, address, city, state, zip, day and evening phone numbers, Tech CU member number, and the words "How do you Tech CU" on a 3" x 5" card, and mail in a stamped #10 envelope to: Tech CU How do you Tech CU Sweepstakes, 2010 N. First Street, Suite 405, San Jose, CA 95131. You may include a story with your entry if you wish. To be entered, all mail-in entries must be postmarked no earlier than January 15, 2013 and no later than March 31, 2013, and must be received by April 5, 2013. Enter as often as you wish; however, only one entry per postmarked envelope will be accepted. No mechanical reproductions permitted. Entries become the property of Tech CU and will not be returned. Tech CU is not responsible for lost or damaged mail.
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