(Answers Added) Amazon Loreal Quiz Time 14th March 2018 | Answer & Win Rs 5000

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(Answers Added) Amazon Loreal Quiz Time 14th March 2018 | Answer & Win Rs 5000

Hello Guys, Amazon is back with their answer and win quiz time, Today’s quiz is Amazon Loreal Quiz Time In this quiz you have to answer 5 Question and you can win Rs.5000 Amazon Pay balance.

Amazon Loreal Quiz Time

How to Play Amazon Loreal Quiz Time 14th March 2018

1. Sign in to the Amazon app. In case you are not signed in, you will be directed to a sign in page

2. In Amazon Loreal Quiz Time, There will be a total of 5 questions

3. Answer all the questions correctly to enter the lucky draw

Answers to Amazon Loreal Quiz Time 14th March 2018

Q1-Which of these phrases is associated with the brand L’Oreal Paris?

Ans- Because you’re worth it

Q2-The nail polish that goes on top of a colored polish is called?

Ans- Top coat

Q3- Which of these products are NOT offered by L’Oreal Paris?

Ans- Laundry detergent

Q4- Which of these is a kind of lipstic.

Ans- Matte

Q5- Which of these is NOT a make-up range offered by L’Oreal Paris?

Ans- Moon moon

Amazon Loreal Quiz Time 14th March 2018 Terms and Conditions

The L’Oreal Paris Quiz Time (“Contest”) is “) is brought to you by L’Oreal India Pvt, Ltd – (“Brand”) and made available to you by Amazon Seller Services Private Limited (“ASSPL”/ “Amazon”). Please read these terms and conditions (“T&Cs”) before entering the Contest. You agree that, by participating in this Contest, you will be bound by these T&Cs and you acknowledge that you satisfy all Contest eligibility requirements as provided herein below. These T&Cs are in addition to the Amazon.in Conditions of Use to which you agree by using the Amazon.in website or mobile/tablet application or mobile site thereof (collectively hereinafter referred to as “Amazon.in”). To the extent the Amazon.in Conditions of Use are inconsistent with these T&Cs, these T&Cs will prevail with respect to the Contest only. For the purposes of these T&Cs, wherever the context so requires “You” or “Your” shall mean any natural person who is a participant in the Contest.

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