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nice I want to win a beatiful calandar

geert's picture

But when I win...
How is LJ going to be able to find out who it was??
There is no contact info that you have to submit...


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LJ would ask you about your contact information via your e-mail you have given them in the end at the bottom of the last page. :)
I guess you havn't seen the formfield for that.


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