1. This Tax Awareness Brief £250 Prize Draw is only open to serving members of the UK Armed Forces aged 18 or over, excluding employees of RIFT, their associated companies, agents, third parties or anyone else professionally connected with this scheme. Proof of employment may be required.
  2. By making a tax refund enquiry during or in response to a RIFT Tax Awareness Brief you (the “enquirer”) agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  3. The £250 Prize Draw is not available to enquirers who are currently in the process of completing a claim with RIFT.
  4. How to Enter: The Enquirer must directly enter their contact name, phone number, email address and date and time to be contacted on the enquiry form supplied at a RIFT Tax Awareness Brief, and subsequently complete the enquiry phone call on the date indicated, to confirm whether they qualify for a tax refund.
  5. Alternatively, Enquirers may contact RIFT directly via 01233 653004 within 3 working days of the date of a Tax Awareness Brief to arrange an enquiry call to confirm whether they qualify for a tax refund, and subsequently complete the call on the date arranged. Enquirers initiating contact after the awareness brief must quote the reference number supplied during the brief.
  6. The Prize Draw: Eligible Enquirers will be entered into the current RIFT Tax Awareness Prize Draw during the period in which their enquiry call is completed. Enquirers are not required to qualify for a tax refund claim, in order be entered into the Prize Draw, but must complete the arranged phone call.
  7. Enquirers who do qualify for a Tax Refund claim, as confirmed during the arranged phone call, must either have completed a tax refund claim via RIFT or be still in the process of completing a claim by the end date of the Prize Draw, in order to be entered into the Draw.
  8. The Prize: The winning Enquirer will be randomly selected from the entrants who meet the qualifying criteria on the end date of the Prize Draw. The winner will receive £125, as an equal share of the total £250 Prize, and their unit will also receive £125, as a unit donation.
  9. The £125 Prize Draw cheque will be posted to the Enquirer at the address given at the time when the Enquirer registers with RIFT via the Tax Awareness Brief. It is the responsibility of the Enquirer to inform RIFT of any subsequent change of address. Failure to do so may result in the loss of payments posted to an outdated address. In such instances, RIFT does not accept responsibility for the loss of £125 Prize Draw cheque, and it is at the discretion of RIFT as to whether a further cheque will be sent to a new address.
  10. Before receiving the £125 Prize Draw cheque, the winner is required to supply RIFT with a testimonial, which may be used to promote further Tax Awareness Briefs. The winner is also required to supply the name of their unit and contact details for an appropriate person, such as RAO, Adjutant, or RSM, to facilitate payment of the £125 unit donation.
  11. Enquirers must agree to these Terms & Conditions in order to be eligible for entry into the Prize Draw for both themselves and their unit. Completion of the Enquirer’s details on the RIFT Enquiry Form at a Tax Awareness Brief or contact within 3 days of the brief, as described in paragraph 5, is considered acceptance of these Terms & Conditions.
  12. RIFT reserves the right at its absolute discretion to disqualify referrers whom it considers do not comply with these terms and conditions.
  13. RIFT shall have the right, where necessary, to undertake all such action as is reasonable to protect itself against fraudulent or invalid claims including, without limitation, to require further verification as to the identity, age, and other relevant details of a claimant.
  14. Bulk applications made from trade, consumer groups or third parties will not be accepted. Incomplete or illegible applications, by or via third parties or syndicates, applications by macros or other automated means (including systems which can be programmed to apply), and entries which do not satisfy the requirements of these terms and conditions in full will be disqualified and will not be counted. If it becomes apparent that a referrer is using a computer(s) to circumvent this condition by, for example, the use of ‘script’, ‘brute force’, masking their identity by manipulating IP addresses, using identities other than their own or any other automated means in order to increase that Prize Draw entry in a way that is not consistent with the spirit of the Prize Draw, that person’s entry will be disqualified and any reward payment will be void.
  15. RIFT’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  16. RIFT will only use the personal details supplied by the referrer for the administration of the Tax Refund Enquiry, and any subsequent £50 Cash Back. In accordance with the preference indicated on the Enquiry form RIFT may contact the Enquirer periodically after the initial enquiry, to provide updates on tax matters and RIFT Prize Draws. See our privacy policy at http://riftrefunds.co.uk/privacy-and-cookies. The participant may withdraw consent to such use of personal information by writing to RIFT.
  17. By entering the Tax Awareness Brief Prize Draw, the Enquirer agrees to release RIFT from any liability whatsoever for any claims, costs, injuries, losses, or damages of any kind arising out of or in connection with the Prize Draw or with the acceptance, possession, attendance at or use of any coupon (except death or personal injury caused by RIFT’s negligence, for fraud, or otherwise as prohibited by law).
  18. The RIFT Tax Awareness Brief Prize Draw is governed by English law.
  19. For any further information please contact The RIFT Group, RIFT House, 200 Eureka Park, Upper Pemberton, Kennington, Ashford, Kent TN25 4AZ