Publishers Clearing House
Complaint 26963 Details

  • Date Occurred: 10/14/2013
  • Reported Damages: $338.00
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The complaint is against an online dating profile

The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity

The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity

The company or person contact no longer exists

International boundaries

Got a call from a Mr. Brown informing me that I had won a gift box from Walmart and a certified cashiers check in the amount of $850.000,00. He then informed me that in order to claim this prize I needed to go to Walgreens or CVS and get a Money Pak Reloadable card in the amount of $338.00, and call him back when this was done, I would then have to give him the numbers in the back of the card, and he would then have the Prize Patrol deliver my prize, and accompanying the prize patrol would be 3 US Marshalls and an attorney from PCH, but they would first go to the Attorney General's office to have paperwork signed off. He also told me that he would stay with me on the phone until the prize patrol arrived. I got really suspisious so I called PCH and the Attorney General's office and PCH told me that they never call their winner's, they just show up and the Attorney General's office asked me if they were calling from an 876 number, and when I said yes, she told me they were calling from Jamaica! The number was 876-580-6753.

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Company Statistics

  • Complaint Against Publishers Clearing House
  • Complaints Filed: 414
  • Reported Damages: $61,234,427.64
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