Several entrants of the failed Essay House contest re-cently contacted the Aylmer Express either through its website or Facebook page asking for more information about the contest to win a house that closed on April 30.
Most said they wanted their $100 entry fee back as soon as possible.
As of Monday, June 30, on-ly one woman was known to have had a partial refund of her entry fee. She received $78.93 by registered mail on June 11. The contest’s Facebook page had said $7 of each entry fee would be used to cover the cost of return money orders.