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PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE INTERNATIONAL PROMOTIONS
PCH INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

http://www.pch.com

Dear Publisher’s Clearing House Beneficiary,

We the Board of Directors for Publisher’s Clearing House(UK) official organisers of the Publisher’s Clearing House Giveaway Programme brings to your notice that you are the lucky winner and beneficiary of the just concluded giveaway prize of 2,910,000.00 GB Pounds(Two Million Nine Hundred & Ten Thousand Great Britain Pounds Sterlings) with the Giveaway # – 13101, Batch # – PCH/008-13101, Ref. # – 012057-SSL. To file for your claims ,please follow below instructions:

COMPLETE THE BELOW INFORMATIONS & FORWARD TO PCH REMITTANCE OFFICER
*Required Details: Complete Names, Contact Address, Country, Telephone#, Mobile#, Email, Occupation, Sex, Marital Status.
*Amount Won:
*Giveaway Number:
*Batch Number:
*Reference Number:

PCH REMITTANCE OFFICER: Mr. Terban Oliver Gordon
OFFICE ADDRESS: 8 Sherps Road, Brickston, London W4C 7ER
EMAIL: t.gordon_pch@yahoo.com.hk
Telephone: +44-701-422-9092, +44-701-422-9092

Please note that the information require will not be furnished to any third party and will be used for the purpose at which it is required. Beneficiaries are warned to keep their claims confidential until they have completed the remittance process to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this programme.

Warmest Congratulations,
Pamela Andrian Cinstone

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20 Responses to “Publishers Clearing House International Promotions”

  1. Well, I am glad I am not alone in this scam. It make me sick to think PCH has to use tactics like this to scram hardworking families and retired individuals. Wish there was someway to bring suit against such an disrespectful company like PCHI.

  2. I supposedly won $1,000,000.00 USD from this website. Steve Miller requests my Passport I.D. or Drivers License picture I.D. and my phone number, for proof of me being the owner of the e-mail that won.
    I should not have to send such sensitive items via e-mail.
    His info is as follows:
    Mr.Steve Miller
    Chief Information Officer and Vice President
    Phone +44 7 (02) 4056987

    It would be nice if it were true, but “if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is!”

  3. Alta Corbell says:

    Received this yesterday 3/26/2012
    Attn: PCH Beneficiary,
    We the PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE Group, Board of Directors like to
    officially
    congratulate you as one of our company esteemed winner.
    Your e-mail with MICROS ID (PCHM-6669-GFK-891BK-544) was luckily drawn to be
    this year’s second place winner of $1,000,000.00USD plus a brand new Range
    Rover SUV from the PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE; in this New year promo..
    This money and gift we believe will enable you make some impact in the
    society and possibly invest in our company in the near future..
    We are processing your claims via the company’s remittance agent.
    Please contact him for your claim with your details in the below
    information.He understands some languges.

    Full Name:
    Country:
    Address:
    Gender:
    Occupation:
    Age:
    Phone Number:
    Winning E-Mail:
    Micros ID:PCHM-6669-GFK-891BK-544)

    Remittance Contact
    Agent Name : Mr.Nick Ward
    Email : payout599802012@w.cn

    Note: All funds should be claimed by their respective beneficiaries, not
    later that 7 days after notification. .
    !!!Once Again Congratulations!!!

    Best Of Luck,
    Mr.Dave Sayer
    Online Co-ordinator.

  4. quentin wood says:

    i havent received any letters but have been receiving phone calls from publishers clearing house international claiming i have won $75000 and that they need $200 for shipping and handling of the check. After speaking to the real company i quickly called the scammers out and they have since then continued to call and harass me for more than a week now. they call from several numbers one is 876-402-2375

  5. Winifred C. Sappenfield says:

    I can not get in to Beneficiary Official Seal, on my computer.
    So I am sending you my answer is yes.
    Thank You

  6. Chrono says:

    We the Board of Directors of Publishers Clearing House bring to your notice that your email address just won you One Million Dollars($1,000,000.00 USD) in this Month Sweepstake Lotto Program.You are to send a confirmation email immediately to

    publishersclearinghs@gmail.com
    Sincerely,
    Michelle I Centavo
    Online Co-ordinator

    Delete, Delete , Delete.

  7. Caraballos says:

    We the Board of Directors of Publishers Clearing House bring to your
    notice that your email address just won you One Million
    Dollars($1,000,000.00 USD) in this Month Sweepstake Lotto Program.You are
    to send a confirmation email immediately to
    response.uk.claimsdept@gmail.com

    Sincerely,
    Michelle I Centavo
    Online Co-ordinator


    This message has been scanned for viruses and
    dangerous content by MailScanner, and is
    believed to be clean.

    This is the email that i received from Publishers Clearing House, don’t fool us to send this kind of message if you don’t have to do. Ok

  8. Bill Dacus says:

    If someone would help me fund it, I would be happy to provide them with a little vacation time in Death Vally with no clothes or water. If they make it out, ok. If not o’well! We need to learn not to depend on the courts.

  9. Resistant-scram says:

    I’ve got a letter today as follows:
    We the Board of Directors of Publishers Clearing House brings to your notice that your email address just
    won you One Million Dollars($1,000,000.00 USD) in this week Sweepstake Lotto Program.You are to
    send a confirmation email immediately to pch.claims.dept@hotmail.com

    Sincerely,
    Ronnie Lykke
    Online Co-ordinator
    A SCRAM, sure!!!

  10. Richard A says:

    RE: SCAM Publishers Clearing House (UK)

    April 16, 2008

    I received the following email April 05, 2008 3:34 AM

    and will be reporting it to the fraud division of PCH.

    Regards,

    Richard A
    **********************************************************

    PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE INTERNATIONAL PROMOTIONS
    PCH INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

    Dear Publishers Clearing House Beneficiary,

    We the Board of Directors for Publishers Clearing House(UK) official
    organisers of the Publisher’s Clearing House Giveaway Programme brings to
    your notice that you are the lucky winner and beneficiary of the just
    concluded giveaway prize of 500,000.00 GB Pounds(Five Hundred Thousand
    Great Britain Pounds Sterlings) with the Giveaway #
    - 13101, Batch # – PCH/008-13101, Ref. # – 012057-SSL. To file for your
    claims ,please follow below instructions:

    COMPLETE THE BELOW INFORMATION & FORWARD TO PCH FUDICIARY AGENT
    *Required Details: Complete Names, Contact Address, Present Country,
    Telephone#, Mobile#, Email, Occupation, Sex, Marital Status.
    *Amount Won:
    *Giveaway Number:
    *Batch Number:
    *Reference Number:

    FUDICIARY AGENT: Mr. Harry Johnson.
    EMAIL: harryjohnsonpch@gmail.com
    OFFICE ADDRESS: 8 Sherps Road, Brickston Lane, London W4C 7ER
    Phone. +447031887020
    +447031887021
    Fax. +448709747771

    Please note that the information require will not be furnished to any
    third party and will be used for the purpose at which it is required.
    Beneficiaries are warned to keep their claims confidential until they have
    completed the remittance process to avoid double claiming and unwarranted
    abuse of this programme.

    Warmest Congratulations,
    Pamela Andrian Cinstone

  11. L.C. says:

    I received the exact same email, by Robert J Joyce Vines. The email looked like a joke. I decided to go to pch website and see did they have any scam warnings. They said that they will never notify a winner through email and to forward anything that you think is a scam to their abuse email address.

  12. RSG says:

    I too received an email yesterday from Bill Anderson
    stating I won 2,910,000.00 GB pounds.
    I really wish something come be done to prosecute these people. They need to be in jail for what they are doing.

  13. linda says:

    If it seems too good to be true…… wake up, when did you ever win anything???? hehehe delete delete delete

  14. Julio Llave says:

    To All Concern:
    Re: Scam
    I received the following email which is suspicious in nature. I copied and paste it for your view and guard.

    PUBLISHERS CLEARING HOUSE INTERNATIONAL PROMOTIONS
    PCH INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
    Dear Publisher’s Clearing House Beneficiary

    This letter acknowledges the receipt of your requested data. Congratulations once again on behalf of Publisher’s Clearing House, we hope that your winnings will be put into good use for community, educational and business development. On Behalf of the Screening Committee of Publisher’s Clearing House, I wish to formally announce to you that you have successfully passed the Email Screening and Verification Matching Test conducted for all online winners in your Category. Hence you are therefore cleared, your cheque has been issued in the name of ALLIED BANK PLC. on behalf of you.
    Your winning cheque, issued by Publisher’s Clearing House United Kingdom had been recieved, you are therefore required to go ahead and activate an account with the bank so we can deposit the cheque into the account on your behalf from where it will be wired to you via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). It is the policy of the House that all funds must be transfered to its recipients through wire transfer ONLY. You are to immediately contact the bank transfer officer of ALLIED BANK PLC.

    On your contact with the bank officer, you are to provide him the following.
    Your full names,
    Winning security pin code as stated above,
    Phone Numbers,
    Residential address.

    Kindly contact the transfer officer with the information below.
    Allied Bank Wire Services
    Transfer Director: Sheikh Jalees Ahmed
    alliedfinances@administrativos.com
    PHONE: +44 704 579 3703
    +44 704 579 5892
    FAX: +44 870 974 8321

    Have it in mind that your won prize cannot be deducted from, this is because the total amount has been insured to the real value. This is in accordance with section 13(1)(n) of the national gambling act as adopted in 1993 and amended on 3RD July 1996 by the constitutional assembly, this is to protect winners and to avoid misappropriation of funds.
    You are now priviledged to know your winning security pin code “07554UKEUad” do note that it is very important that your pin code should be kept confidential to avoid double contact for claims which may result to disqualification of your winnings.
    Its is imperative that you use your security pin code {07554UKEUad} as the subject of any correspondence with the Bank to ensure they respond in a timely manner.

    I will require a concise update on proceedings with the bank as soon as you are in contact with them.

    Regards,
    Harry Johnson.

  15. Kristy says:

    I received a similar e-mail from someone in the UK. I reported them to the fraud division of the PCH. There are numerous scams from that country. Please be very cautious.. I am still dealing with them. They are trying to get me to send them 300.00 US. I told them as soon as they put the money in my account I would be glad to send them the money. They are very hard to convince to part with their money, but they want me to part with mine. HA HA!!

  16. Susan F says:

    I just got one too. This really sucks! To know that they do this and for people who really need it, knowing that it is a scam, I want to choke them!!

  17. CM says:

    I just got an email from Bill Anderson and I won approx. 2 million. Lol.

    Why would you want to sue PCH? I’m sure they probably didn’t authorize anyone to use their name in a scam.

  18. R. L. Young says:

    I, too received the same email from PCH international based in the UK, stating that I was one of five people who would share $10,000,000, my check would be approximately 536,000.00, and that I needed to send all my information to get the check mailed to me. I was such a convincing lie. I am a single mom with 5 teenagers, half a million would have sure come in handy. Any one have any ideas how we can sue PCH for fraud??

  19. Elizabeth says:

    Yep, me too. You’d think they could at least attempt to spell “fiduciary” correctly…won’t be fooling any English professors, at least.

  20. J.D. Setyo says:

    I have also received the same mail with all the same winning numbers. Cute.

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