Today, Sony have sent out emails about a new addicting contest called the Holiday Button.
This contest is only for Canadian residents.
Dammit, I pushed 2019 times. I get an error, that there's a problem registering my votes. It tells me to reload. I reload. My points get reduced to 500. O_O I'd rage quit by now, but I need games. xD
I've had it crash on me a couple of times but it always kept my number when I came back. I wonder what the button is doing right now? I should probably go press it.
Do you live in Canada though? It's only open to residents of Canada :(
LOL, seriously? I live all the way in Pakistan. I wonder why it's working for me. x)
I have not seen such emails on any of my accounts including international ones... (though they do seem to sometimes come in waves) Domain Name: HOLIDAYBUTTON.COM Created on..............: 2012-10-03 16:05:15 GMT Expires on..............: 2013-10-03 16:05:15 GMT Last modified on........: 2012-10-03 16:05:15 GMT Registrant Info: (FAST-19071389) Noise Digital Trevor Carr 3847 West 16th Ave Vancouver, British Columbia V6R 3C6 Canada Phone: +1.6046899575 Fax..: Email: [email protected] Last modified: 2012-10-03 16:05:15 GMT Administrative Info: (FAST-19071389) Noise Digital Trevor Carr 3847 West 16th Ave Vancouver, British Columbia V6R 3C6 Canada Phone: +1.6046899575 Fax..: Email: [email protected] Last modified: 2012-10-03 16:05:15 GMT Technical Info: (FAST-19071390) Netfirms K.L. Peterson 70 Blanchard Road Burlington, Massachusetts 01803 United States Phone: +1.8663174678 Fax..: +1.7812726550 Email: [email protected] Last modified: 2012-10-03 16:05:15 GMT Seems like a hoax to me... or worse... the site does take control of some Facebook functions doesn't it?
I was sent this by the Playstation Network @ [email protected]
After looking at the Noise Digital website it seems legit... looks like I was paranoid over nothing...
It is only for Canadians.
Thanks Cap. I was not aware of it being Canada only!
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