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PCH Fan Shares Tips To Help Everyone Spot Imposter PCH Scams!

Keep an eye out for scammersGreetings, fans and friends,

One of my job responsibilities here at PCH is to read through the blog comments and spot ideas for future blog topics. It’s something I really enjoy doing. Sometimes, however, I read comments from good folks like you who have been scammed by people fraudulently claiming they are from Publishers Clearing House. When that happens, I feel bad for our fans who have been the victims of scams, and I vow to help all our fans avoid getting scammed.

Back on June 2nd, PCH posted a blog entitled “Watch Out! Scammers Are Targeting PCH Fans on Facebook!” At that time, we told you 3 super-important tips to help you stay safe from scammers. They are:

  1. You NEVER have to pay to claim a PCH prize. At PCH, winning is always free.
  1. The Prize Patrol will NOT send you a friend request or private message on Facebook. 
  1. The Prize Patrol will not contact you on Facebook if you’ve won.

One fan who commented on that blog, Lisa S., said that she got friend requests from individuals claiming they are from PCH “every other day.” Lisa writes:

“I’m so glad PCH cares about their fans to warn everybody about scammers. I’ve had a lot of friend requests just about every other day from scammers acting like Dave, Todd and Danielle. Thanks to PCH posting warnings of scammers, I knew not to accept these requests. PCH really cares about us, and they will never call or send friend requests, and especially never ask any of their fans for money to claim a prize!!”

Thank you, Lisa! We’re glad to know you’re avoiding the scammers … and you know what? We do care about our fans and friends, and we want all of you to stay safe!

For more information on scam safety, visit our fraud protection webpage.

And let me say it one more time …

Prize Patrol does not notify winners on Facebook

Stay safe!

Debbie K.
PCH Creative

P.S. We’re counting down the days until our August 28th $5,000 A Week “Forever” Special Early Look Event. A “Forever” Prize winner would receive $5,000 a week for life, and after that, $5,000 a week for life for someone he/she cares about! Would you like to win money like that? Then what are you waiting for? ENTER NOW!

Other blogs you may like:

Do You Know the Signs of a PCH Imposter Scam?

Advice from a Real PCH Fan: Beware of Scams on Facebook!

Avoid PCH Scams with Helpful Hints from Danielle!

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  1. Thank you I would like to thank you for being concerned for those of us who have been close, and have counted on the money for their future.