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Publisher's Clearinghouse / Not providing statistics

1 NH, United States Review updated:

This website's ( contractor does not provide statistics
as to winners who win through snail mail campaign and those
winners who win from online submissions.

It is believed by many of my colleagues and friends that these statistics
are primary to validate the sweepstakes and gives the participants a
clear understanding of their chances.

The website appears to be an advertising SCAM, which translate into
that the online participant names ARE NOT submitted into the pool
of possible winners. Not providing statistics, which are unbiased and
clean only mitigates a fraud. I want an answer, if not, I will submit this
message to online blogs, consumer report agencies, etc.


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  • Jp
      2nd of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    I can verify that Publishers' Clearing House does indeed dole out prizes to winners two or three times a month - my company has videotaped their giveaways since the 1980s, the most recent being last week when a lady won $5000/week for life. We have a great relationship with this company, and can promise that the prizes are real and are often won by people who enter online!

    As for the stats etc, that I can't verify or explain. But I do know that PCH is definitely on the up-and-up when it comes to giving away prizes.

  • De
      20th of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Who needs stats. It doesnt matter. Everyone has the exact same chance as everyone else .

  • Nf
      14th of Jan, 2010
    0 Votes

    I received an "Official Entry Validation & Order Form" from Publishers Clearing House in the mail (U.S. Post). How can I verify that this is not a scam and that I have an actual chance to win?

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