Greetings, fans and friends,
I love reading your blog comments! But my heart breaks when I read comments from those of you who have been the victim of a PCH imposter scam.
Here at PCH, we work very hard to educate everyone about how to avoid a scam and how to report a scam. And while it might help other blog readers when you share your scam stories in the “comments” section of the blog, it is crucial that you report scams using our names properly – and immediately!
Whether you receive a fraudulent “friend request” on Facebook from a member of the PCH Prize Patrol (remember, the PCH Prize Patrol never sends friend requests on Facebook!) … or get a phone call, email or letter from someone claiming to be from PCH, who will award you a prize only if you send money first (something that would also never happen with the real PCH), you absolutely need to take the following action:
• Report the scam using our Scam Incident Report
Are you unsure of whether or not you’ve been scammed? We have tons of practical help on our Scam Prevention tab on Facebook as well as our Fraud Protection Page at PCH.com.
And while you’re on the PCH Blog, take a look at these informative posts:
PCH Scam Warning: Please Don’t Post Your Personal Information!
Think You’re Being Scammed? Check Out PCH’s New Scam Prevention Tab!
How to Prevent Friend Requests from PCH Scammers
Here at PCH, the safety and security of our fans, friends and customers is a top priority. We truly care about each and every one of you! Remember, knowledge is power!