Dear Friend …
When people find out where I work, they still ask, “Are all those Publishers Clearing House Prizes for real?” And actually, I’m a good person to ask …
It’s not just my say-so – it’s the law. As mandated by state and federal legislation, all Publishers Clearing House Prizes must be awarded exactly the way our mail, TV and pch.com ads say they will.
In fact, before we put a new Bulletin in the mail, it goes through a 3-step review process: by our attorneys, by my department (the Contest Department) and by an independent law firm.
We love thinking of ways to make it more exciting and fun for friends like you to enter to win our Sweeps prizes. But if they don’t follow our strict legal guidelines, they won’t make it into the mail or online either!
Look: we’ve been a thriving company for over 60 years. We are NOT about to put that success in jeopardy because of careless or inaccurate statements about our prizes.
So if anyone says that the Publishers Clearing House prizes aren’t for real,
remember what I told you: “If PCH says it, it’s got to be true … period!”
All the best,
Manager, Contest Department
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