Publishers Clearing House is not asking for money to be sent to them because you have won a prize. Beware of the scam calling themselves Publishers Clearing House.
Best Answer: It would be a pretty big pure scam to pull off. I do know that they've been cited for extremely deceptive practices regarding prize ...
This report is about a fake email impersonating someone from PCH, an online lottery company, and has nothing to do with the real company and their business...
100% scam, you are correct. There is no lottery. There is no PCH, Yahoo, Facebook, Nokia, Shell, BBC, Google, Coca-Cola, MSN, Microsoft, BMW or any other company in ...
Best Answer: The PCH deal I'm not sure if it's real or not.. supposedly it is but those emails you are getting are not true and usually carry spam with ...
The BBB is warning the public to beware of letters that appear to be from Publishers Clearing House (PCH) and claim the recipient has won a grand prize ...
Publishers Clearing House (PCH) is a direct marketing company that sells merchandise and magazine subscriptions and operates prize-based game, search and lotto websites.
Publishers Clearing House Scam 31 Jul 2011 . Publishers Clearing House scam warning: Beware fake check scams are on the rise! Here are 3 Tips to avoid getting scammed ...
There is a Publishers Clearing House phone scam happening across the region. Residents have reported that a man with an accent has been calling area
The Publishers Clearing House scam has been around for awhile, but it’s been popping up a lot recently, reports Doug Magditch of CW33-TV, Dallas - Fort Worth.