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Can't seem to find my post from yesterday regarding the Prize trip to Dubai

Housebound
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As homosexuality is illegal in Dubai is it safe for LGBTQ+ customers to enter this prize draw?

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Well thanks for shooting the breeze one and all. Health and happiness
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Some, but not in an official capacity.
I have no affiliation whatsoever with O2 or any subsidiary companies. Comments posted are entirely of my own opinion. This is not Customer Service so we are unable to help with account specific issues.

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@Housebound The only people employed by O2 on this forum are the ones I mentioned in my first reply to you on page one of this thread. The rest replying are just customers.

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and as I pointed out yesterday in the deleted post many other things are illegal in the UAE that are not illegal here; such as a couple of the opposite sex who are not married sharing a room. Should only married people be allowed to enter the competition? Or should unmarried couples promise to book a second room?

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I didn't see what you wrote in the deleted post as it was deleted.

This is what I was trying point out thanks Ian159
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Just read this thread with interest. As per all of the responses and not wanting to get into a huge debate O2 would never bar anyone from entering a competition as this would indeed be discrimination. In addtion they would have absolutely no idea of anyones sexual orientation when they enter a competition.

 

As for the legality issue that would be for you to decide should you win. Again unless you told anyone how would they know? 

 

Anyway this all a moot conversation because I have entered and Im going to win 

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Best of luck with that @jezza1234 joy

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Hey @Housebound, apologies for the delay in replying to your post. We wanted to escalate your question for a response first but we've now received the below in reply to your query.

 

"Thanks for your message.

 

At O2, we’re huge campaigners of diversity which is demonstrated through our LGBT Network (Proud at O2), our involvement in the annual Pride events across the UK and our recent television advert for our Oops campaign.  We aim to reflect our diverse culture in all of our marketing activity.

 

We always try to find promotions and offers to suit our customers, and we’re sorry that on this occasion you feel we were unable to do this. We will pass your feedback to the team."

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