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Winners will be Chosen Announced On July 29, on this page.Page is a Like-Farming Scam, however, the claims on the Page are lies.Facebook Pages with high like-numbers can later be used to perpetrate further scams to a large audience.As long as you are at least 18 years old, have a valid email address and have a social account (Facebook, Google, Twitter you can enter this contest.Remember to forward malicious or dieselsellerz free truck giveaway phishing email messages to us at the following email address: Show More Comments, Questions or Reviews.The Page claims that winners will be announced on July.Car From Japan will not be responsible for failed attempts to contact a selected entrant.No matter how much liking, sharing, or commenting you do, you will not win a Mercedes or anything else.There are no winners and no cars are being given away.
If you are not 18 years old, you cannot participate by yourself.
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Car From Japan then reserves the right to award another prize to the winner of equal or lesser value or to disqualify the entrant at Car From Japans sole discretion.Lamborghini Giveaway Facebook Like-Farming Scam 'All Paid For Disney World Vacation' Like-Farming Scam.If the winner does not complete the required documentation within forty-eight (48) hours after prize selection, the selected prize (car) will be un-reserved returned to stock for sale (This 48 hour rule is same as current website rule).The goal of like-farming scams is to gain as many new likes as possible for a Facebook Page in a short time.Winners may choose any vehicle from our website to meet particular importing rules and requirements of their country of residence.Do I have to buy something or pay to enter this contest?
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