Prize.com doe Review

I registered at prize.com to compete in skill video games for cash prizes. I deposited $5 and then found out I couldn’t get my money out until I won at least $10. I kept playing, won a little over $11, and requested to cashout. I then received suspicious directions from the company demanding that I upload photocopies of my drivers license or else they would not give me money. I refused to do this, given the high risk of identity theft, and asked them to put the money back in my account so I could at least keep playing. Then I recieved a response telling me they could not do that, and I cannot have my money back.

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