You generally assume your local radio station is on being honest and trustworthy when running contests. After all, it's sort of the law. But, there's been a problem in Seattle. According to seattlepi.com
: "A former Fisher Communications employee rigged a KVI-AM promotion so her friends would win $1,000 prizes with her taking part of the winnings...The suspected employee, in her mid-20s, had her friends register as listeners and then told them when to listen..."
Involved at this point are the local police and the Federal Communications Commission. The former employee is now working at a coffee stand (true) but that's not the reason there still "grounds" for an arrest.
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