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Have I ever won a prize in Publishers Clearing House?

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The short answer is "no". I'm quite sure they would have shown up with a camera and a cheque by now.

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This is the 2nd time I have received a card to activate and could not find how to do it. You people better go back to the drawing board. My activation code is PC322. I give up!!!!


Not Publishers Clearing House again Brenda?

It is just a scam to get you to buy books no one wants.

And 'you people' is not us Brenda, we are Fixya.

Publishers Clearing House is a direct marketing company that markets merchandise and magazine subscriptions with sweepstakes, prize-based game, search, and lottery websites. Publishers Clearing House was founded in 1953 by Harold Mertz to replace door-to-door magazine subscription sales by a single vendor offering multiple subscriptions by mail. It introduced its sweepstakes in 1967. In the early 1990s the company was the subject of concerns and legal actions regarding whether consumers were misled about their odds of winning the sweepstakes and whether purchases increased their chances. By 2010 the company had reached settlements with all 50 states.

Read this
http://contests.about.com/od/conttestscams/f/Are-Publishers-Clearing-House-Sweepstakes-Scams.htm


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I need to activate verification code Lifetime for PCH Giveaway No. 4900.


If you go to pch .com and enter after you enter it will say entry confirmed. Also your verification code is activated each time you enter and says its been confirm as entered in contest. And you will be notified if you have won any prize.?????? Furthermore, if you want more entries play different fun games on there web site and you can get extra entries??????

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How do I activate triple entries to PCH giveaway No. 3726 new Ford Explorer?


Hello there,

This 'Publishers Clearing House' PCH Marketing Company has a page for that here
http://search.pch.com/

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Where can I find 5 entries to win $1,000.00 & claim a bonus superprize entry from PCH?


Please let me know when you find out. I haven't won yet.

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Do you get the money from pch ?


Hey Merry!

While Snopes.com does not have any articles about Publishers Clearing House, I did find this on About.com:

"Many people wonder whether Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes are legitimate. They are. The giveaways are closely watched by state regulatory commissions and legal agencies. The company is so famous and its sweepstakes so popular that the chances to win are extremely low. Furthermore, the entry process includes several pages of advertisements and offers. You can receive a high volume of mail if you overlook the opt-out options, so take the time to read through what you are agreeing to when entering.
Remember, even if PCH odds are as high as the lottery, some of their prizes are as big or bigger - and free to enter.

Publisher's Clearinghouse Sweepstakes Scam Warning:

Although Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes are legitimate, a number of scammers try to capitalize on the popularity of these sweepstakes by using the PCH name to lure in victims. For this reason, Publishers Clearing House has its own Consumer Alerts Section to warn people of scams that use its name. If you have received a win notice that claims to be from PCH, contact them directly to discover whether it is legitimate or not.

I Have More Questions about Publishers Clearing House:

Many of the most commonly asked questions about PCH sweepstakes are answered in my Publishers Clearing House FAQ. "

Good luck!

Oct 11, 2013 | snopes.com

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