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Posted: Feb 5, 2014 by    

rigged games and tons of spam

Complaint Rating:  100 % with 3 votes
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UNK, United States
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I wish to add to the list of comments about publishers clearing house games and prize drawings. They spam me with emails constantly. I try to go on the site a bit daily to play some of the games and such, but then after about two weeks or so, they started spamming me with almost threats. The one today was the worse. The email line was a statement of alert and they actually had a small graph comparing how long I was on last week compared to this week. This is barely hump day and not a full week. They said what is wrong that I am not ":searching": as much as last week. They actually made me feel like a child that failed to turn in their homework. And what is all this searching to win. They really can not explain it. I just played some of the lotto games and I never know what numbers are actually drawn as winning. They also rig them. On the lottos there are five cards that come off the spinner and go down to the bottom of the page. I should say five spaces. You are only given three spins so you never get to be able to fill up the cards to win a prize. Then they give these virtual diamonds to be used in later games in the casino area. The number of gems you get are the number of spins in the cassino game. There is all sorts of money prizes on the wheelwith these black wedges with a number on it that tells you how many moves your little game piece moves through the cassino room for advancing for prizes., but it is rigged to only stop on only on the numbers and never the money amounts. It is my understanding that all games have to have winners and winners must be listed. They may announce the prize drawing people, but they never announce who actually wins on those daily games or not. We are made to sift through page after page of spam with tricky questions where you think you are just getting coupons for free tide or coke or something, but you get spammed with emails from pch even more. I got them to stop sending to my home mail box and thought on line would be better since they are not banging on me to buy junk with all these stupid stamps to put on cards that don't stick and fall off and get lost. It is almost as bad online. I just am getting tired of the spam just to play something I am just wasting my time on when I can have real fun on pogo or gsn.
Complaint comments Comments (1) Complaint country United States Complaint category Scam Contests


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A  23rd of Mar, 2014 by    0 Votes
If the spinner on the casino game ever stops on a money amount, it immediately shifts to a number.

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