In the United States, did the McDonald’s Monopoly Sweepstakes constitute an illegal lottery?
Vincent B. Le Corre
Subject: [OFF THE RECORD FOR NOW] Illegal lottery in the United States?
Date sent: January 30, 2023, 17:17 +0800 (China Standard Time)
To: Adam Rogalski (Legal Attaché/State Department), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Cc: Edward Lehman
Note: since Assistant Legal Attaché Adam Rogalski told me on 2021-09-20 that he was “one of the FBI representatives,” I assume that this communication was transferred to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
I always thought the U.S. version of the Monopoly constituted an illegal lottery for reasons I am explaining here:
(Kempczinski.com is a NON-OFFICIAL website on Mr. Kempczinski, current CEO of the transnational criminal entity McDonald’s Corporation and back in 2017, CEO of criminal entity McDonald’s USA)
Furthermore, you remember the screenshot I attached in a previous email today? For the U.S. version of the frauds for 2016?
Besides the fraudulent claim that consumers have 50% of chance to instantly win a prize, there is another fraudulent claim:
“NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO PLAY/WIN A PRIZE.”
It’s fraudulent according to me because if you read the explanation by clicking on the link above ⬆️, I think that statistically, the only way to play by not losing money was to make a purchase (in which case at least you get the food), otherwise the average price of the Post Office stamp and enveloppe would be greater that the cost of the prize (if and only if I didn’t make any mistakes in my calculations).
Another fraudulent claim:
“PURCHASE WILL NOT IMPROVE CHANCES OF WINNING.”
Really? But if you are a billionaire wealthy enough to buy all of the food and get all of the game stamps available through the AMOE and basically, you get everything before anyone else, aren’t you then absolutely 100% sure and guaranteed to win all of the prizes? Yes you are! Therefore, the claim the criminal entity McDonald’s USA made is fraudulent and is just here to cover their own ass. It’s a fact which is easy to understand.
The irony is that a consumer rich enough to get all of the game stamps through the AMOE if all of the game stamps were distributed throughout the AMOE would be 100% sure to win, yet, 100% sure to lose (if my calculations are correct). A true fraud. Truly the work of the devil, I am telling you.
Also, think about the timing, and when did Gloria Santona leave the company? Why leave after such a long career in McDonald’s. Maybe she wanted some change, possible. But maybe she felt guilt. A chain is as strong as its weakest link. I would strong suggest the FBI to interrogate Ms. Santona. Maybe she will talk.
Vincent Le CorreClick on this link to visualize the original email: 2023-01-30_1717_0800_OFF_THE_RECORD_FOR_NOW_Illegal_lottery_in_the_United_States.pdf
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