Terms and Conditions for The Pen Shop Online Customer Satisfaction Survey

Terms & Conditions for The Pen Shop Online Customer Satisfaction Survey Prize Draw

The Promoter of the prize draw is The Pen Shop.

You may enter one survey per month however completed surveys in previous months will not count towards subsequent months' prize draws.

The survey prize draw will take place on a monthly basis and the winning survey will be selected from surveys completed between the first and last day (inclusive) of the immediately preceding calendar month.

There will be one prize winner per calendar month. The winner will be drawn at random.

The winner will be notified by the email registered with The Pen Shop survey within 28 days of the date of the draw. It is the winner's responsibility to ensure that the email address entered in the survey is correct.

Should the winner's contact details be incorrect or if the winner does not claim their prize by responding to the notification of win email within one month from the date of such email, the prize will be forfeited. Prizes will be sent by registered delivery at the address supplied by the winner when responding to the notification of win email.

The prize is as follows: A Pen Shop gift card/voucher to the value of £250. Use of the gift card/voucher is subject to The Pen Shop gift cards Terms & Conditions.

The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. All other expenses are the responsibility of the winner.

Entry implies acceptance of the rules as final and legally binding.

The Promoter reserves the right to amend these Terms & Conditions and to amend or withdraw the promotion as necessary due to circumstances beyond its control. The Promoter does not make any commitment as to the period of time during which such monthly prize draw will be running and shall be entitled to stop or discontinue this prize draw at any time in the future.

These Prize Draw Terms & Conditions are governed by English law and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.