Frequently Asked Questions

The common questions and answers we have for Torque Prizes, get in touch if you have an unanswered question.

How do I win?

Simply enter a competition, the more times you enter the better your odds but there is no gurantee of a win. Winners are picked at random, live on our social media platforms.

How do you make money?

Prizes are covered by tickets sold for each competition. The number of tickets available is calculated to ensure all costs are covered, from the prize itself to transaction fees, legal fees and staff costs.

What happens if I don't win?

If you're not successful in the draw, you're welcome to enter again in any other active competitions. If you win or lose your odds of winning aren't affected in different competitions.

Is this gambling?

Yes, you're entering into a draw where 1 winner will be selected. When the fun stops, stop. Visit Gamble aware for help or advice.

Do you have/need a licence?

We operate under the prize competitions and free prize draws which freely operate outside the Gambling Act 2005 due to offering a free entry route.

How is it fair?

All correct entries received are entered into the draw and using a 3rd party program a winner is randomly selected. Currently we use Google's random number generator to pick the winner.

Is my data safe?

Yes, your account is very important to us and we take security very seriously.

Can I delete my account and all data you have about me?

Absolutely, there is no contract and you have full control of closing and removing your data from our servers.

Is this a scam site?

Definitely not, torqueprizes.com is owned by Coder Studios Ltd a registered company in England & Wales.

If you have a question that isn't answered here, you can send us a message or tweet us.

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