Under the Publishers Clearing House consumer survey program, active customers are contacted by phone and/or mail and asked a series of questions to ensure they are purchasing for the right reasons. We want to make sure people understand no purchase is necessary to enter and win and buying won’t help you win.
Under the PCH HAC program, active customers are contacted by phone and/or mail and asked a series of questions to ensure they are purchasing for the right reasons. If a problem or concern is detected, Publishers Clearing House will assist the consumer and then permanently remove him or her from our mailing list.
Update from 8/10: The comments issue has been resolved so that you can now leave comments on the PCHblog without registering with WordPress! Soon you will be able to register with WordPress, Facebook or Twitter and leave comments with those accounts. Hi PCHblog readers, We’ve been informed that the PCHblog comments are not working properly. […]
PCH wins alongside four distinguished up and coming direct marketers at Rising Star awards ceremony On Tuesday, June 15th, a group of over 20 PCHers gathered at Bridgewaters restaurant in New York’s South Street Seaport for a gala evening in celebration of PCH’s winning the 2010 Corporate Commitment Award from the Direct Marketing Educational Foundation (DMEF). […]
It’s National Consumer Protection Week – 2010 In continuing recognition of National Consumer Protection Week, Publishers Clearing House would like to remind you to BEWARE of scams posing as legitimate sweepstakes that ask you to send money. Remember, in the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes the winning is always FREE!