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What is SNEAKQL?

A sneaker launch platform any retailer can plug into their website and use to manage the launches of hyped sneakers. SNEAKQL prevents sites crashing, stops scammers and delivers a launch that is Run Fair.

What does Run Fair mean?

We believe that everyone should have a fair chance of getting their hands on the sneakers they love, that’s why we’ve built fairness in.

The SNEAKQL launch platform helps deliver a fair draw and supports the rules we live by:
  • Only humans can enter draws: Every entry goes through a 5 step security verification process that confirms you are a human.
  • One entry per person: Every entry is deduplicated against unique identification tags.
  • Launches are always secure: We use best in class security protocols and comply with GDPR standards to make sure your information is always safe and secure.
  • It should be simple to enter: Once you have a verified SNEAKQL account, entering becomes a breeze.

When you see the ‘Run Fair’ logo, it’s a sign of integrity. It means the technology used and the steps taken by the retailer to run the launch are of the highest standard. The launch has been “Run Fair”.

How does SNEAKQL work for retailers?

Retailers simply set up their launch on SNEAKQL’s launch platform. SNEAKQL analysis this information then provides a branded link that is placed on the retailer’s site. This links to your new launch page where fans can enter the draw for their chance to win these hyped sneakers. Once the launch closes and it’s draw time, that’s when SNEAKQL’s automated draw logic kicks in.

Want to know more, contact us at support@sneakql.com

What are the steps required to enter a draw on SNEAKQL?

  1. Go to a SNEAKQL powered draw form.
  2. Create a SNEAKQL account
  3. Provide shipping and payment details
  4. Verify your entry
  5. Submit
Your entry is now registered in the draw.

Am I charged for entering a draw?

No. You are only charged if you are successfully selected at the close of the draw

Am I charged for winning a draw?

If you are successfully selected, you will be charged the retail price + postage and handling fee you agreed to when submitting your entry. The sneakers will be shipped by the retailer to your specified shipping address.

How do I know if I’ve won?

You will be alerted via sms after the draw has closed.

Why do you need my credit card details when I enter?

Credit card details help us confirm that you are a real human. They also allow us to check if any fraudulent activity has occurred on the card. It’s a robust security measure that allows us to deliver a fair draw for everyone. Providing your credit details is one of many important steps that confirms your spot in the draw.

Does submitting an entry via a SNEAKQL form guarantee me the sneakers?

No. It does however guarantee you an entry into the draw and a fair chance to win

If I submit my entry and change my mind later, is there a chance to withdraw?

No. Once your draw is submitted it is final. There are no changes permitted.

If I win the draw, can I change my mind and withdraw?

Verified entries are binding. Once an entry is confirmed, the retailer is automatically advised that you have agreed to purchase the product if you win (as per the Terms and Conditions). Once a sneaker is allocated to a successful draw entrant the product is no longer available for other customers to buy.

I didn’t get my email or sms verification

Press the resend button on the verification page

I put in the wrong email address and now I can’t change it

Contact us on support@sneakql.com, explain the situation and provide your full name, mobile number and correct email address.

Do I purchase the product from SNEAKQL?

No. The transaction agreement is made between the draw winner and the retailer.

Can I enter a draw for the same product multiple times?

We want everyone to have a fair chance of getting their hands on sneakers they love. More sneakers in the hands of more people makes everyone feel great. So, only one entry per person per product. That’s the way a fair draw should be run.

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