” Guys, I use your help. I won $20,000 on HQ Trivia on June 10 and still haven’t heard anything about payment. Sadly, I don’t think they’re going to pay ,” Jacob wrote on Twitter, Monday.” Please RT to tell HQ they should honor their prizes. If I’m wrong, I’ll gladly delete this& present $100 to someone who RT’d !”
Guys, I use your help. I earned $20,000 on @hqtrivia on June 10 and still haven’t heard anything about payment. Sadly, I don’t think they’re going to pay.— Alex Jacob (@ whoisalexjacob) July 8, 2019
Please RT to tell HQ they should honor their awards. If I’m wrong, I’ll gaily delete this& hold $100 to someone who RT’d! pic.twitter.com/ FmpY6unK 49
Nearly 1,500 consumers have already retweeted his request of providing assistance. Dozens of musicians are resonating same feelings on Twitter and the game’s subreddit. Most are fighting for far smaller awards, though.
For those who never fell into the craze, HQ Trivia is a live trivia game wherein players are asked a series of questions and a cash prize is dividing up however numerous manage to get all of them right. Since its heyday in 2017, the app has been beset by reports of elaborate cheating schemes, according to Kotaku.
The Daily Dot contacted out to both Jacob and HQ Trivia, and neither responded by publication deadline. However, Jacob did write the following in a follow-up tweet:” I am receiving a lot of interview solicits. I would candidly very simply get paid and not have to do any of them. Please make this right HQ Trivia .”
I am receiving a lot of interview applications. I would honestly rather just get paid and not have to do any of them. Please make this right @hqtrivia— Alex Jacob (@ whoisalexjacob) July 8, 2019
This is not the first disagreement the app currently facing. In March, an rapid shift in emcees baffled devotees. And then at the beginning of July, TechCrunch reported that the company laid off 20% of its staff.
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