Agjqq Received Call Publishing Clearing House Saying

4 hours ago It's a scam. When Gene Beley said he knew it was too good to be true after receiving a call congratulating him for winning $7 million from Publishers Clearing House, and saying the award team was

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

1 hours ago You need to be familiar with the real signs of a PCH prize win. Here are six tips to help you spot PCH scams: 1. PCH Doesn't Email or Call Its Big Winners. If you receive an email, a telephone call, or a bulk mail letter saying that you've won a big prize from PCH, it's a scam. According to the PCH website :

Occupation: Writer

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

1 hours ago We found a number of tweets from people who said they received a phone call from scammers who claimed to be with Publishers Clearing House. The scammers told the potential victims that all they

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

8 hours ago I received a call from Publishing Clearing House, saying I won 2.5 million and it is Tax free, if I pay $520. Which will activate the PCH awarding me the $2.5 million.

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

4 hours ago If Publishers Clearing House Calls You, it’s a Scam. On July 21, the Federal Trade Commission released a statement outlining a new scam involving Publishers Clearing House. According to the statement, people pretending to be from Publishers Clearing House call consumers and tell them they’ve won a grand prize.

Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

877-379-33779 hours ago If you’re still unsure, Publishers Clearing House has a toll-free number you can call to verify any prize notification you receive from them. Call 1-877-3SWEEPS (1-877-379-3377) Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to see if you’ve really won. If you have been contacted by a PCH imposter, you can report it to PCH directly through

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

8 hours ago If you receive a Publishers Clearing House phone call, email, or letter in your mailbox saying that you have won a prize, you can be sure that it is a scam. The Publishers Clearing House website states, “All PCH prices of $500 or greater are awarded by either certified or express letter or in person by our famous Prize Patrol at our option.”

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

7 hours ago 4. If someone calls you on the telephone claiming to be from Publishers Clearing House and says you have won, it’s a Publishers Clearing House Scam. Do NOT give them any personal information! As stated above, the Prize Patrol awards all our Big Prizes in person and would never call you to update any personal information in our files. 5.

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

4 hours ago The caller claims to be an agent for Publishers Clearing House and tells the person that they have a won a grand prize, but must pay a $250 fee to claim the prize.

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

2 hours ago Please stay alert and make sure you always report any Publishers Clearing House scam you received. The more we know about these scammers, the better we can protect our loyal fans just like you! Received call today from (caller ID says Kingston JM) saying I won $2.5 Million and a Mercedez Benz E-class auto; Plus Bonus of $5000.00 per week

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

8 hours ago Madison County deputies said they recently received a report from an elderly woman who said someone called her and told her she won more than $7 million from Publisher’s Clearing House. All she

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

800-459-4724Just Now The Publishers Clearing House asks people to contact them directly if they wish to confirm any winnings. They also ask people to contact them if they feel that they have been a potential victim of Publishers Clearing House scams. You may contact them at 1-800-459-4724 Monday through Friday 8:30am – 11pm, and Saturday 8:30am – 5pm eastern

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

4 hours ago The new year brings a new Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes, as Steve Harvey and the Prize Patrol gear up for another year of big prizes, including $5,000 a year for life.

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

Just Now It’s because the Publishers Clearing House name is so well known and trusted, that fraudsters use it to attempt to scam unsuspecting people out of money. Just recently, an Arkansas woman received a call from a man claiming he was with Publishers Clearing House. He told her that she had won $1.5 million and a brand new car, but first she would

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

3 hours ago I received a call from publishers clearing house trying to get me to pay the $495 so they can deliver my $1.5 Million dollars i won. This is a total scam. Pl

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

6 hours ago The scam starts with a call or letter saying you’ve won the Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes. But to collect your prize, they say, you need to send money to pay for fees and taxes. Typically you’ll be asked to send money by Western Union or MoneyGram, or by getting a reloadable card or gift card. Scammers ask you to pay these ways

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

3 hours ago Remember if you receive a telephone call from someone claiming you have won a sweepstakes prize and are asked to send money, don’t. At Publisher’s Clearing House, their contest winners are not

Preview

See Also: Real EstateShow details

Related Topics

New Post Listing

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Publishers Clearing House calling you from real?

“If you receive a phone call from someone claiming to be from Publishers Clearing House and are asked to send money, pay a fee or pre-pay taxes to enter, collect or claim a sweepstakes prize – stop – you have not heard from the “real” Publishers Clearing House,” the company said.

Is Publishers Clearing House emailing winners?

Beware of Fake Lists of PCH Winners Publishers Clearing House does not email or call with a list of PCH winners. If you receive a Publishers Clearing House phone call, email, or letter in your mailbox saying that you have won a prize, you can be sure that it is a scam.

How much does it cost to claim Publishers Clearing House Grand Prize?

The caller claims to be an agent for Publishers Clearing House and tells the person that they have a won a grand prize, but must pay a $250 fee to claim the prize. Publishers Clearing House and other sweepstakes do not require upfront fees to cover the costs of winning prizes.

Is the Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes call from Beley legit?

But the caller had an answer ready — a separate phone number Beley could contact to "verify" the call was legitimate. Since last year, multiple San Joaquin County residents have been contacted by someone claiming they won the Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes.

Popular Search