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[Once] 2017/02/06 PT Coast Capital Savings eStatements Early Bird Contest,BC only,19+, Coast Capital customer

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2017/02/06 PT Coast Capital Savings eStatements Early Bird Contest,BC only,19+, Coast Capital customer

Participants may enter the Contest in one of the following four ways:
1. Online: sign into your account through online banking at coastcapitalsavings.com/eStatements and optin
to receive electronic account statements (“eStatements”) during the Contest Period. Participants will be
automatically entered into the Contest after opting-in to receive eStatements.

2. Call-in: call our contact center at 1.888.517.7000 during the Contest Period and speak to a Coast Capital
representative to opt-in to receive eStatements. Participants will be automatically entered into the Contest
after opting-in to receive eStatements.

3. In branch: visit a Coast Capital branch and opt-in to receive eStatements during the Contest Period.
Participants will be automatically entered into the Contest after opting-in to receive eStatements.

4. Essay: to enter the Contest without opting in to eStatements, mail an original, legible, handwritten essay of
100 words or more (“Essay”) to Coast Capital on “Why Saving Paper is Important”. Essays must include the
entrant’s name, address, city, postal code, day and evening telephone numbers and be mailed in a postage
stamped envelope to Coast Capital Savings eStatements Early Bird Contest, #800-9900 King George Blvd,
Surrey, BC, V3T 0K7. A maximum of one entrant per Essay is allowed. To be eligible, your Essay must be
postmarked by the last day of the Contest Period.

• No purchase or payment is necessary to enter the Contest. Each entrant can earn a maximum of one entry for
the Contest.

The Prize of $1000 will be provided by deposit into the potential winner’s Coast Capital account.

https://www.coastcapitalsavings.com/Leg ... tRules.pdf
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