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HI, I FULLY UNDERSTAND. I TOO HAVE BEEN ENTERING FOR YEARS. BUT WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE ODDS OF WINNING YOU WILL SEE THAT IT WILL BE A MIRACLE TO WIN. JUST PRAY, KEEP THE FAITH, AND CONTINUE TO ENTER. WHO KNOWS MAYBE YOU WILL BE THE NEXT WINNER. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOURS!! ARLINE O'LEARY
Submitted by Arline on Mar 2nd, 2015
I just got my mailing to contact them also .But I decided to come here first. I am glad I did. How come this company never was closed down? There is no winning money, it is all about you spending your nmoney on stupid products.They been playing this scam game for years,and it is pathitic.It is false hope, and their commericals are scandulous. yes, this is attack on senior citizens, to get what little they have to survie on. But one is always in hopes to be the bigger winner, and get the money prize. that never is going to happen.But they are biking big time on senior citizens money.thhhe elderly are in need and publishing Clearing house contests are twisting the knife on them in their needs with fake winner prizes that they will never get, or anybody else.
Submitted by daisymae7 on Sep 12th, 2014
I just got the same text and as I am very sceptical about such things I looked it up and I was right
Submitted by Monika on Jul 1st, 2014
I recieved this message too. 900,000 Pounds..and looked up "careceo.com"<<in china!
Submitted by Jen on Jun 13th, 2014
Yep, I just got the same txt message about 20 minutes ago.
Submitted by Conrad on Jun 13th, 2014
Got the same message via text this morning
Submitted by kirsten on Jun 11th, 2014
I must say, this was painful to read. Not because of the fact that you were scammed, but because of the God-awful grammar used. I got such a headache from trying to understand what the hell you were talking about. What happened when you were taught in school? Did you sleep through the lessons or something? Jesus Christ! I mean, I feel bad for victims of scams. I really do. I know it's not fair, but come on. I wouldn't blame someone for trying to scam you. You're writing skills make you seem less than smart, hence making it extremely easy for a con artist to pull one over on you. This day and age has a neat little function called "spell check", which I believe was created for people like yourself. Do not be afraid to use it. Also, capitalize "I" for crying out loud, and also when you begin a new sentence, capitalize the first letter of the first word in that new sentence. All in all, I do hope you learn from this experience, and make wiser choices in the future, sweetheart. God bless your heart.
Submitted by Kippy on May 17th, 2014
I received the same email around that date! Thanks Now I know for sure it's a Scam
Submitted by Victoria on May 2nd, 2014
I do not want money, they were asking for $200.00 for shipment of the winnings.
Submitted by Kjay on May 1st, 2014
does anyone ever get back to us to let us know what happened with our particular situation? louise ferrazzano
Submitted by LOUISE on Apr 20th, 2014
and they charged my account
Submitted by shawntaya on Apr 18th, 2014
I too received the same letter and same amount of check. Same dates, etc. Disappointing, but I'm glad I checked here first.I had the thought of cashing at a Check Cashing place since it doesn't look credible, but unfortunately, my address is on the check, and they fraudulent company will have the ability to trace it back if I chose to do so.
Submitted by Neil on Apr 3rd, 2014
Just to let you know for future reference - Publishers Clearing House does NOT call you on the phone. Their contest entries come online or in the mail. Any time you get a phone call from someone claiming they are from some company and you've won a prize and need you to send money by Western Union, hang up the phone. It is a scam. If you really won, then there is no reason to be sending them money.
Submitted by Cathy on Mar 8th, 2014
The wording and some words in particular sound very much like e-mails that I get from Nigeria and Benin."esteemed" "remittance agent" "gender,occupation,age" Why would they require that info?
Submitted by Matelot on Jan 29th, 2014
Message body Attn: Beneficiary,We the PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE Group, Board of Directors like to officially congratulate you as one of our company esteemed winner. Your e-mail with MICROS ID (PCHM-6669-GFK-891BK-544) was luckily drawn to be this year's second place winner of $1,000,000.00USD plus a brand new Range Rover SUV from the PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE; in this New year promo.. This money and gift we believe will enable you make some impact in the society and possibly invest in our company in the near future..We are processing your claims via the company's remittance agent. Please contact him for your claim with your details in the below information.He understands some languges.Full Name:Country: Address: Gender:Occupation: Age:Phone Number:Winning E-Mail: Micros ID:Remittance ContactAgent Name : Mr.Nick WardEmail : email@example.com Note: All funds should be claimed by their respective beneficiaries, notlater that 7 days after notification. .!!!Once Again Congratulations!!!Best Of Luck,Mr.Dave SayerOnline Co-ordinator.
Submitted by Joanne on Jan 14th, 2014
I believe PCH is not to blame in this peticular case EXCEPT in allowing advertiser to "capture" web page preventig the process to proceed to free contest entry. I believe PCH's contests ARE legit but A free entry is being prevented by this means If nothing else is a detrimental to reputation issue for pch
Submitted by James on Dec 5th, 2013
On 11/04/11 I received a similar call, this time from (876)494-0752. Same Publishers Clearinghouse claim, same request for $250.00 payment (this time through a Western Union Office). I hung up as soon as I got the payment request. My wife called a few minutes later and said they called her on her cell phone at work with a different phone number (same 876 area code). As soon as she started questioning her on it they hung up on her. The voices of the people I talked to all sounded very similar, kind of mush mouthed. Watch out!!!
Submitted by Dan on Nov 4th, 2013
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