So last night I was playing in the $300 buy in tournament on DK as I do often and was doing pretty well as the night was winding down. I fell asleep though before the last games were over. I woke up about 1 A.M. to a notification on my phone saying I had won $600. I thought, fantastic! and rolled back over and went back to sleep. This morning when I woke up I again saw the notification and then opened up the app where I was greeted by two more congratulatory notifications again exclaiming I had won $600 before I actually could even get to my recent contest page where I found out I had finished just out of the money… OK?? So I email the VIP guy who claims to be looking out for our best interest who says he’s sorry, it’s totally DK’s fault but they won’t be honoring that or giving any tickets in that amount. I just think that is wrong. I get that I didn’t win the contest but you told me I did and as a company you honor your commitments, period. I have made lots of mistakes in price quotes and other things with my customers but when it’s my fault we honor what we told that customer. I just think it’s wrong. I’m contemplating even sending some letters to my AG as I think this is the type of thing these companies are doing that needs some legal intervention. If someone wakes up to a notification from an enterprise saying congrats you won x amount of money then that person should receive x amount of money. Otherwise, I think it can be argued that this is a tactic DK uses to illegally lure customers back in with false promises.