J.D. Power Vehicle Quality Survey 2017 Sweepstakes
Have you bought a new vehicle? Are you satisfied with your vehicle? If you received a Vehicle Quality Survey invitation from J.D. Power, you can visit the website provided in the letter to participate the vehicle quality survey and get a chance to win a $100,000 cash prize.
First of all, you should have your survey invitation at hand and enter the right URL provided in the offer. Different URLs work for different customers and surveys. For example:
URL www.jdpoweronline.com/vqs is valid for Vehicle Quality Survey;
URL www.jdpoweronline.com/17vrss is valid for 2017 Vehicle Reliability and Service Survey;
URL www.jdpoweronline.com/iqsbmw45 is valid for BMW buyers.
If the URL you’ve just entered is not working, then you should know that the survey might be expired.
After you open the survey URL, you can see an input box that asking you to enter the passcode included in your letter. Enter it correctly and click the “Start” button to continue. If it says “Your passcode is invalid.
Please check your passcode.“, it means your passcode is not valid for this survey or your passcode is wrong.
Then you need to provide the information about the vehicle you’ve purchased and answer the survey questions regarding the vehicle.
At the end of the survey, submit your personal information so that you could receive an entry to The J.D. Power New Auto Shopper Study Sweepstakes.
The sweepstakes is open to individuals who are legal residents of the 50 United States (including the District of Columbia) who: 1) have reached the age of majority in the state they physically reside at the time of entry; and 2) to whom this offer is specifically addressed. For Canada people, please visit www.jdpoweronline.com/16cassi to take part in The 2016 Canadian Sales Satisfaction Index Study.
You must complete the survey to enter the Sweepstakes online. Limit one entry per person per offer. All the entries must be submitted before 12/31/2016.
There is one Grand Prize of $100,000.00 cash which will be awarded in the form of a corporate check payable in the name of the winner.
See more sweepstakes rules from here.