Publishers Clearing House

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Publishers Clearinghouse Big Giveaway False Claims

  • by: Surgery411
  • #48505
  • Jun 9, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Publishers clearing house giveaway claims the entrant does not have to buy anything to enter. Not so, I have attempted numerous times to access, online, their final entry submission page for the “million dollar” give away without buying anything and they simply never allow you to proceed to that submit entry page. You keep getting rerouted to the order section or to play a different game. Never could I, one time, submit my entry as they stated I could during my attempts to get to the final page to submit. You basically are sent on a “wild goose” chase that never allows you to enter the sweepstakes unless you do place an order!!
Please try to access the entry submit page yourself without purchasing anything. Simply can’t be done. They are lying when they state no purchase required. They need to be made to remove the false statement that purchase not required to enter sweepstakes!
Appreciate your enquiry into this matter by a large corporation with false advertisement.
This company should not be allowed to get away with this. Thank you!


  • by: ahlcarol
  • #4140
  • Apr 6, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $0
A few weeks ago we reported receiving a scam call from "Dave Sawyer" saying that we had won Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes and asking us first for $1900. apiece and then
$200 apiece when we balked. to cover the cost of receiving award tax free. Since then we have been bombarded with calls day and night from the same cell phone in Okeechabee, Fl.(876-573-1204)
Since we have caller ID we do not answer. A message was left once that we had won the Readers Digest Sweepstakes.
Names reported:
Dave Sawyer, Andy Goldberg
Phones reported:

This isn't a real company

  • by: stevengreen10
  • #1949
  • Feb 25, 2016
  • Monetary Loss: $30
This company "says" to give $5,000.00 a week for life to the people who signs for the sweepstakes. but, all it's doing is offering gifts and awards. i want their company shut down immediately so no one else will be able to be fooled by what they "say" they'd do.
Names reported:
Andrew Goldberg
Phones reported:
Web/emails reported: