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!

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

Prize Patrol Elite


305 thoughts on “Publishers Clearing House Scam Prevention Tips From Danielle Lam”

  1. BARBARA WARNACA says:

    I just got a message to become your friend on pch on Facebook. And talking about winning.Daniella thanks for your message. They are claiming to be ypu

  2. Kathy says:

    I received an invitation to FB you last night, which I did. What a mistake. LOL. Shortly after I received a call via messenger that I was receiving 4 million dollars. This would truly change my life. Than she text me requesting lots of information. NOT!

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hi Kathy, we’re so sorry to hear the scammers have contacted you. Here are some facts: You never have to pay to claim a PCH prize. PCH does not contact winners of a major prize via phone, text, email, standard mail, or on Facebook. You can report all scammers to us by completing a scam incident report. Click this link to find out how: http://bit.ly/Report-Scam-To-PCH. We provide numerous videos, blogs, and tips to recognize these scammers: http://bit.ly/PCHFraudPrevention. Stay safe and keep informed PCH Fan’s!

      1. Gio says:

        Names I Have are mr. Henry terry and mr. Marcus steve

  3. Mark Grice says:

    My mother was contacted today by phone. She was told that she had won a prize of 250,000. The contact person said their name is Anita Armstrong badge no. 849 and the winning package number is 148722AZ. They are supposed to visit her at 1:30 pm tomorrow. Is this legit from your organization?

    1. Michael Cloud says:

      This is not legit as the above rules, they will surprise the person who won with the prize not tell them in advance, it happened to me too yesterday, it’s how I know.

  4. Michael Cloud says:

    Hello, if we enter a sweepstakes do we have to do extra after that or is everything set or do we have do more after that

  5. francisco r trevino Sr says:

    How do I get out out of landscape mode help

  6. Suzy N says:

    I received an email from Publishers Clearing House xxxxxx@pch.net, stating – Congratulation’s pch Big Winner of Ten Million Dollars Email Special Early Look”Event! contact Danielle Lam xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@gmail.com to Claim Your Prize Entry. Is this legit?

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hello Suzy, this is not the real PCH contacting you. PCH will NOT notify our major prize winners via phone, standard mail, email, or social media. Please report any information that you have by following this link: http://bit.ly/Report-Scam-To-PCH. Here are some additional safety tips that I recommend everyone take a look at: http://bit.ly/PCH-Safety-Tips. Stay safe everyone!

  7. Jan Kent says:

    I received an email saying I had won $10 million I could do wonders for Texas’ recent flood victims, and for a moment my mind raced with all the positive that could be done. But my heart knew it was false. People should be severely punished for their scams

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