Innovative prize competition website, Prize2Go.com, continues to receive accolades as celebrities endorse the company.
The popularity of Prize 2 Go has literally skyrocketed in recent times, taking the prize competition industry by storm with its celebrity endorsements and acceptance across the United Kingdom. The prize competition website has received accolades from different quarters, including endorsements by celebrities and influencers worldwide. In a related development, Prize 2 Go has confirmed that there would be a competition for a London House up for grabs in the future.
The global prize competition industry has evolved over the years, growing to become a multi-billion-pound market, with several businesses emerging to meet the diverse needs of all stakeholders. However, the team at Prize 2 Go seems to have mastered the art of raising the bar in the industry, with accolades and endorsements from different parties further substantiating this claim.
The likes of Chloe Ferry and Sophie Kasaei of Geordie Shore, a popular British MTV reality television series broadcast, have already thrown their weight behind Prize 2 Go. The stars of the reality TV show have endorsed the competition, helping to increase the popularity of Prize 2 Go. Former Love Islander, Mike Boateng, who was a contestant in the season 6 of the British dating game show, has also endorsed the company, amidst increasing accolades from different quarters. A hand full of Towie stars have also backed the competition website, with the likes of Mario Falcone, who only recently successfully launched Belvotti-Milano, a premium leather footwear company which sold out the day it launched, and the likes of James Lock, who just recently this year broke up with Yazmin Oukhellou, another Towie star, and was pictured with multiple ladies leaving a London bar in recent weeks.
Prize 2 Go undoubtedly enjoyed a successful launch, a feat that some unscrupulous elements are looking to leverage.
Recent reports have revealed the emergence of a lot of fake social media accounts claiming to be Prize 2 Go in order to scam the public. Consequently, the public has been advised to be as discerning as possible when making decisions, and is advised not to click on any links from these accounts, or to provide any sensitive information such as bank details, and has been advised to report these accounts to the media platforms concerned.