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  1. Someone with the name David ward, messaged me on Instagram and got very upset because I would not give him my phone number to “confirm I am who I am”. Are people contacted in any other way than in person?

  2. Received a call from a Mary Allen that said I was a 3rd place winner and won 2.9million dollars and a 2017 ford pickup. All I had to do was send her $210 at my closest Walmart and they would privately deliver it to me. She said that they were located in Savannah, Ga.

    1. That is a scam! We would like to let everyone know that you never need to pay to claim a PCH prize you may have won. Also, PCH will never contact winners via phone, text, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook requests, or private messages. Large prize winners are notified in person. The best thing about PCH is that it’s free to enter and free to win! Please report any and all scams to us by completing a scam incident report. Click this link to find out how: http://bit.ly/Report-Scam-To-PCH. Stay safe!

  3. A scammer contacted me ( 876-431-8211) with the news that I had won 750,000 from Publishers Clearing House and he was from John McKay, of Homeland Security, badge # 6931 hired by PCH to make sure I was who I said I was; asking all kinds of questions. Then telling me I would be transferred to a PCH General manager, James Johnson. James Johnson said I had to pay the taxes up-front before they could issue a check. I could tell John McKay and James Johnson were the same man. Hung up.

  4. I got a call from David Johnson too with the whole BS scam from phone # 1-876-397-9224.If I need to call and ask more questions he is available.

  5. My grandmother lives in oklahoma and some guy claiming to be james walker told her he was from pch and told he she has to give him 200 dollars to release the check and also wanted to know who her policy holder is he told he a sacurity gard named linda allen woul walk her to the bank