I received a regular email from Logos Bible Software offering a sweepstakes for a Doctor of Ministry scholarship worth several thousands of dollars. However, on the rule page it states:
Logos Sweepstakes (the “Sweepstakes”) is open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia over the age of 18 with access to the Internet at all times during the Sweepstakes and subsequent prize-award period unless otherwise specified by Logos.
It seems to me that if the United States expects it citizens abroad to pay their “fair share” of taxes, that there should be laws against discriminating against them in this manner. If they want our money, we should have rights.
I wonder if anyone else has seen rules like this in other sweepstakes or contests.