Publishers Clearing House Scam Prevention Tips From Danielle Lam

Hi fans,

It’s Danielle Lam of the PCH Prize Patrol. Our $1,000,000.00 Every Year For Life SuperPrize Event is just over a month away, and I want to make sure YOU know how to stay safe from Publishers Clearing House scams. Please watch my video below for important information!

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So remember, my TWO most important scam prevention tips are:

1) The PCH Prize patrol does NOT contact big SuperPrize winners in advance. You’ll know you’re a winner of our $1,000,000.00 Every Week For Life SuperPrize Event (or any SuperPrize event) if the Prize Patrol shows up at your door. And it would be a complete surprise!

2) My most important scam prevention tip — you NEVER need to pay to claim a PCH prize. At PCH, the winning is always FREE!

So fans, please remember these important Publishers Clearing House scam prevention tips. As always, comment below if you have ANY questions…and of course, best of luck to everyone for the $1,000,000.00 Every Year For Life SuperPrize Event!

 

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Danielle Lam

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  1. I was contacted by a phone call this morning from a person name Tibor Carolie. He said his # is 1-876-477-3159. PCH # is 202-506-8716. My winning # is 2011-US. He said registration and luxury fees of $555.21 was to be paid to process. He is in the process of getting help to pay this because I told him that I do not have any money. He said that he was only trying to help and he was not a spam.
    Please let me know something. I only told him how much my credit limit and how much I own, but I did not tell him what card.

  2. I received a text this am from 626-709-4307 said they were Danielle Lam and had my prize waiting but needed my correctly “spelt” name to be imprinted on the check. I blocked them. I had no idea who Danielle Lam is. GIve them a call, tell them you want your money.

  3. They told me that I’m 3rd in Honolulu out the 300 other contestant to win the lottery is that true starting to really feel sick to my stomach some how cause no I don’t trust I feel like I spent a lot of time doing this require that requires to be part of the winning team without any surveys and whatever is all waste of my time what should I do still play the games I just give up I don’t know

  4. I received notification from Dave Higgins I have won $750000 dollars in the PCH Lotto.
    Is this true? I was sent an email

    Sandy Moore

    1. Hi Tim, that is definitely a scammer who contacted you! PCH will never send friend requests, private messages, or winner notifications via Facebook; we also never ask for money to claim a prize. Do not give this person any personal information and certainly do not send them any money!! Instead, report them to PCH by completing a Scam Incident Report. Here’s how: http://bit.ly/Report-Scam-To-PCH. Check out this FAQ for info on how to stop scammers from contacting you on Facebook: http://bit.ly/StopFBScammers. Please be careful everyone; don’t become a scammer’s victim!

    1. Hi Hassan, That is definitely a scammer who contacted you! PCH will never send friend requests, private messages, or winner notifications via Facebook; we also never ask for money to claim a prize. Do not give this person any personal information and certainly do not send them any money!! Instead, report them to PCH by completing a Scam Incident Report. Here’s how: http://bit.ly/Report-Scam-To-PCH. Check out this FAQ for info on how to stop scammers from contacting you on Facebook: http://bit.ly/StopFBScammers. Please be careful everyone; don’t become a scammer’s victim!

  5. I just received a call…. Gave me all kinds of supposed verification data and wanted info to pay thru pymt setvice for taxes. Got really tucked off when I would not provide it. Told me to call the number he gave me to verify. I have NOT called back.

    1. Hello Phyllis, as a reminder, the real PCH will never send friend requests, private messages, or winner notifications to our fans over Facebook; and we will never ask for money to claim a prize. Please be careful everyone; don’t become a scammer’s victim!

  6. Well I just got an email and I sent what was asked of me… Name and Address and what was the amount and Claims Number…..I really thought it was real!!!

    1. I received an email a month ago saying I win $750,000.00 to send them my address and email iformation. I recevied back another email saying they are sending me the $ viea Net-Speed Logistics & Courier Service.
      Is this true or not?