Dacia Files Suit Against Scammers Over False ContestPublish date: 18-03-2009
Romanian carmaker Dacia, owned by France's Renault, on Tuesday said will file legal action against several individuals who used the company name in a internet contest scam.
Dacia warns the public regarding a new swindle which involves a fake promotion, a contest that advertises the possibility to win Logan cars following a lots drawing.
"The amount asked from the so-called winners, who would be supposedly announced by SMS, is of EUR250 - EUR650," the carmaker said in a statement.
Dacia said it has not organized such contest, nor does it intend to.
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