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Man says he won fantasy football but was never paid

A man is suing the American Fantasy Football League (AFFL) for allegedly failing to pay him after he won a championship and the grand prize.

Jeff Gill says that the AFFL accepted entry fees of up to $1,400 to participate in fantasy football and promised that payment was "guaranteed," but in January 2010 after he won the grand prize of $60,000 and other prizes, the company admitted that they couldn't pay him.

Continue reading after the jump, including a copy of the complaint.

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The complaint states that AFFL "deceitfully failed to tell the unsuspecting participants before or during the contests that the Grand Prize was, in essence, a 'fantasy' of their own fraudulent making."

Gill is suing for, among other things, the $60,000 grand prize, plus $9,000 which is the value of the Waterford Crystal Trophy he also won, plus the Custom Trophy for winning the Gold Division.


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