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Danielle’s Desk: How Are SuperPrize Winners Notified?

Greetings, fans and friends, and happy Fourth of July!

I hope you’ll be having fun today with your family and friends—remember to stay safe because we care about you!

The 4th of July is all about American pride and there’s probably no prouder American right now than our June 30th SuperPrize winner, Wynona P. of Los Angeles, CA! And while we’re all celebrating our nation’s independence today, Winona can also celebrate financial independence!

In addition to being the 4th of July, today is also Saturday, which means it’s time for the weekly “Danielle’s Desk” video on PCH’s Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter pages, where Danielle of the PCH Prize Patrol answers your questions.

Today’s question on Danielle’s Desk is: How Are SuperPrize Winners Notified? Here’s Danielle with the answer:

Just to make sure all of our fans and friends get this super-important message, here are some of the key points that Danielle emphasizes in this video:

  • At PCH, winners of our major prize awards are notified live and in person by our famous Prize Patrol.
  • Since PCH awards a steady range of prizes throughout the year, we may notify winners of lesser prize amounts via an overnight express carrier and occasionally via email.
  • Only PCH is authorized to notify you of a win from a PCH giveaway. There are never any strings attached to winning a prize! Please know that we do not ask for bank account information, there is no processing fee, tax or special handling charge required to win and our prizes are delivered free of charge to the winners!

Now that you know how PCH SuperPrize winners are notified, I hope you stay in it to win it by entering every day in every way you can – because the Publishers Clearing House Sweeps is as all-American as apple pie and the 4th of July!

Have a great holiday!
Debbie K.
PCH Creative

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  1. I’ve been told that I won 500,000.00 dollars. But I need to send a 100 dollars and an activation code to Danielle Lamnbert. Is this correct?

    1. Hi Richard, that is a scammer posing as Danielle! The real Danielle doesn’t privately contact winners, and you never need to pay to claim a PCH prize. Do not give the scammer ANY of your personal information or money. Please report this scam to us by completing a scam incident report. Click this link to find out how: Check out our Fraud Protection site to see how to stay safe: Let us know if you have any further questions!

  2. Hello my name is Nidia, I think I’m being scammed supposedly I have one $3 million and a truck and the truck was supposed to be here. I have it they had me pay $300. I said if I won why should I pay to get my prize the more I do my research which I should’ve done before hand, this is crazy I guess because I’ve been poor all my life. That I got excited and they got me, I’m gonna still wanna bring me the supposedly the date is June 3rd anywhere I know you’re the real one I should’ve known better because this one’s spelling and time while talking to her boss like she says Gylver call the Nicole bill. Oh my God I’m sorry Andrew Goldberg. The spelling is the same and according to their FBI Christopher Wray. Hey, these spell as well as the same way what can I do? Oh, one more thing to send me pictures of you taking treatment that’s help that’s why I believed.

  3. Do you have a PCH Prize Patrol employee name of Danielle Lambert or Daniele Lamb? She contacted me through Facebook Messenger telling me I had won money. I figured she was scamming me. After her following me throughout fb, messaging me, I blocked her. Her badge photo she showed me, the wording looked like a scam… it stated PHC instead.
    I have a screenshot of her badge photo.
    Linda C

    1. Hi Linda! That is a scammer pretending to be Danielle Lam – not the real Danielle Lam! The real Prize Patrol never sends friend requests, winner notifications or private messages on Facebook and you never need to pay to claim a prize. Do not give the scammer ANY of your personal information or any money! Please report this scam to us by completing a scam incident report. Click this link to find out how: Check out this blog to find out how to prevent them from contacting you: Stay safe!

    1. Hello Weynona, Thank you for contacting PCH. In order for us to assist you with your question we will need a bit more information. We kindly ask that you contact us at your convenience. Our customer service representatives may be reached at We look forward to hearing from you.