Watch our introductory video:
We want all you creative types to show us the many ways ID theft can reach people’s lives. Although identity theft is a serious topic not to be taken lightly, it is unfortunately a growing problem that can cause lasting damage to one’s credit. At CreditReport.com we are committed to providing tools to consumers to alert them if they may be a potential victim of identity theft. We want to use this initiative as part of our continued efforts at consumer education and commitment to combat identity thieves.
So our challenge to you is to create the most compelling video you can think of on the subject of identity theft. The winner, as selected by your fellow YouTube viewers, will receive a brand new Apple iPad!
Make it funny, make it dark and serious. It’s up to you!
To increase your chance of winning, you will need to promote your video! All entries will be posted on our YouTube link (http://www.youtube.com/user/wwwCreditReportcom) for voting. Post the link on Facebook, tweet it to your friends, post it on your personal blog or wherever else you frequent on the web. The winning entry will be the video with the most views, likes and quality comments on YouTube. Chances to win are based on the number of entries.
Videos format: wmv, mpg, .mpeg, .mp4 or .avi file.
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Videos must NOT:
* Be longer than 2 minutes
* Contain material that violates or infringes on another’s rights, including but not limited to material that violates privacy, publicity or intellectual property rights, or that constitutes copyright infringement including corporate logos, music and excerpts from movies and television shows.
* Include third parties, including but not limited to minors, celebrities and friends who have not expressly authorized Entrants to display their image, likeness or voice in any submitted video or otherwise use such image, likeness or voice in accordance with these terms and conditions.
* Contain material which is (or promotes activities which are) sexually explicit, obscene, pornographic, violent, self-mutilating (e.g., relating to murder, the sales of weapons, cruelty, abuse, etc.), discriminatory (based on race, sex, religion, natural origin, physical disability, sexual orientation or age), illegal (e.g. underage drinking, substance abuse, computer hacking, etc.), offensive, threatening, profane, or harassing.
Furthermore, video views, comments, links etc. generated by a script, macro or other automated means will be disqualified. YouTube records the number of views, comments, ratings and honors each video receives. The number of views, comments, ratings and honors shall be measured by You Tube’s customary method.