Isnin, 23 Mac 2009


MOST ENTRIES CONTEST - Serious thoughts on latest trend of competition in Malaysia

Well, lately we hv been reading abt one comper who has been winning regularly in such contest. How did he do it? I must say he gets the full support from his family member. Joining such contest is no small feat. Lots of things to do as u already know. But the main criteria is of cos, u must be able to afford to lose!Simple. After winning a grand prize and netting a tidy profit, one can use this profit to "invest" in his next project. If he wins, good. More capital to punt for the next project. And I am sure this guy has gotten a good head start compared to many of us. Perhaps wastage is not a concern for some ppl. Buy n throw. U just need to retain POP. In some cases u need to consume unless of cos u hv a very big family and frens whom might be the receiving end of ur kindness. Whatever it is, this topic is to suggest a scheme on how to beat this guy or such ppl at their own game.We need to get ppl who can afford to lose. Meaning someone who can wager a portion of their money for such contest. I am not even talking abt winning and making a tidy profit. I am talking abt punting and perhaps just breakeven with our winnings or probably even losing part of our investment.EG : Grand prize = RM50000 cashMethod : Invest RM50000 worth just to win. And by doing so, whoever is spending Rm30000, RM40000, will go home crying.This is a lesson we need to send out to all parties. The relevant Ministry overlooking such contests hv turned a blind eye to such schemes. They are either ignorant or dumb stupid not knowing that it is a form of gambling and u regular makcik who has been a loyal user wont be able to win the grand prize whereas one fella with lots of money will sweep it up in an instant. Heck, he may not even need to use the product.So any daredevils out there who wanna join me in this quest?ps/ Aiden has draft a letter that we will send out to news editor. Please refer below quote and please feel free to comment on it. ~Sha
Draft of letter that you can use to send out to news editor and other organizationSubject: Serious thoughts on latest trend of competition in MalaysiaDear Editor,I represent a group of "compers" from who shares a keen interest in joining contests of various kinds.Emenang is your one-stop site for all your contest needs and information. We have a dedicated forum whereby members and guests can share their thoughts and ideas on how to make this hobby into a life-fulfilling one while making friends from all over the country.But we do share a deep concern with certain contests that have mushroomed lately which requires one to submit the most entries in order to win the Grand Prize which may be in the form of cash, cars or holiday trips that easily be worth Rm30000 and above.Our concern lies with the fact that regular and loyal users wont be able to benefit from such a promotional gimmick as there are serious punters out there with deep pockets who will go the extra mile to buy unnecessarily just to win. Such tactics no doubt will boost the revenue of organisers but at whose expense? Not only will there be massive wastage but also inculcate an unhealthy trend of producing future gamblers who will fork out lots of money hoping to out-bid and out-spend their opponents. In many cases as shared by winners, their purchases are beyond normal and were meant solely to win the contest.I am sure there are many ways to boost sales and organisers need not resort to such gimmicks. A contest should be one that involves skills and not only meant for the rich and those who can take high risk.Therefore, on behalf of all true compers, we at Emenang hope that we can collectively send out this message to all contest organisers and remind them of their social responsibility and a timely reminder to all users not to support such contests or their services and goods.Yours sincerely,Noor Azlin Shah B NawaweFor and on behalf of Emenang.comWeb:
Winnings worth RMxxxxxx thus far and counting...................

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