McDonald’s St. John’s Ontario

Complaint: I had played the game with a certain game piece rolled doubles twice. The last roll was equal to the number of places left to win the sony PSP, however, once landed on it, McDonalds decided I would only win snapfish prints. I hit my back button several times to make sure I wasn’t mistaken. (Hitting the back button lets you replay your moves and rolls). My only regret was not taking screenshots. After this happened, I always took screenshots. On several occasions, amount rolled on dice did not compliment the move. As well, on two occasions since the 2006 launch, I would roll doubles and not be awarded a free roll. “Coincidently””

Tags: Fast Food Restaurants

Address: this would happen when the sum of rolls could possibly end in winning the Sony PSP. Screen shots to prove before and after shot. I have also noticed that when rolling the dice

Website: entering a new “”code”” resets the value to an unattainable space. I have also come to the conclusion that the dice rolls are not random. If I can hit the browsers back button to “”replay”” my rolls

Phone: the prize space for the PSP would equal an amount unattainable by a roll

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