Win an iPhone 11

Rate your bank below, for a chance to win a brand new iPhone 11 64 GB worth $1199! Winners Prize: Apple iPhone 11 64 GB. Runners Up Prize: Apple Airpods with Charging Case (2nd Gen). Entries must adhere to Mozo's review guidelines. Both positive and negative reviews are eligible for the competition.
Win an iPhone 11
Organizer
:    Mozo
Category
Value
:    $1,199
No. of prizes
:    1
Cost
:    free
Competition type  
:    Random draw Competition  
 
:    Opinion Survey Competition  
Ends
:    This competition is already closed

Review
review

Win an iPhone 11 is a competition by Mozo and has a prize pool of $1,199 for 1 prize. The prize is mid-range in terms of its value. You can participate for free in this one. To participate in this competition you have to complete a review and give a rating about your bank account. Either it's your Credit card or just a normal bank account. Well, it's pretty simple and easy to join as well. Worth to try where the prize itself is an iPhone 11.
Our rating 2.5 of 5.0    ©AussieContests, 2020-03-30


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