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


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

  1. Mollie Martucci says:

    Someone just contacted me on Instagram and text message. Saying that is company policy?

  2. Ryan says:

    I received the same email aswell, it came up in spam sent by DANIELLWILDERMILLER .
    Usually dont care about spam but i wish this was a true email because i always fill out my Pch prize mail. 🙁

  3. Anita Buckley says:

    I just received an email the email address is info@pch.org, however, I was told I was a 3rd place winner in the recent publisher’s clearing house winnings and to contact claims at daniellwildermiller@gmail.com

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hi Anita, we’re 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 Social Media. 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!

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