If you are looking to get tons of junk mail, both in the form of email and snail mail, then go to this site and give them your information, otherwise you would be better served to pass it by. The chances of winning the Power Ball lottery is probably greater than winning the prize they claim you can win. Think about it they can't give away that much money just from people subscribing to their products. They make their money by selling your information to whom ever or what ever company willing to pay the price. So if you prefer not to get junk mail and unwanted phone solicitations then stay away!
I was on it everyday... ended up w Trojan and adware and spyeware virus! They just sell u off to 3rd partys .. ringing my phone off the hook! It just fills my email up w spam ... hundreds and I have to individually unscribe to them all to stop them! PCH is a no!
The contests are nothing more than scams to get people to enter and buy subscriptions to Publisher's Clearing House promoted products. Use extreme caution here. What you see and read is most likely NOT TRUE!
PCH, no doubt, could use some overhauling. I sort of take it as it comes. I, like many others, felt that you really did have to buy a product in order to win the really big prizes....until a friend of mine won the $10 million prize one year. She was away at a Marriage and Family Therapists conference (as she is a MFT herself), and they waited all weekend for her to return. She told me that she had never--not even once-- bought a magazine or any other product from them in order to win. In fact, that was the only time she entered the contest. She set up a MFT clinic with part of the money she won. So, it really is possible to win...just not very probable! Good luck to all of us!
They have cleaned up their act a WHOLE lot since 2009 AND 2010. You can unsubscribe from most of the emails some are just persistent. They haven't sent my anything where I HAVE to buy or I lose my entry so that's good.
This site is a sweepstakes. These sites are all the same where you have an odds based chance of winning, and the pop-ups and ads pay the company to pay out upon a win. So if you want to win, you will be advertised to. It's your choice :)
Do NOT TRUST PCH site!!!!
Before 'joining' PCH on my Yahoo account I had received perhaps ONE piece of SPAM per 2 or 3 months. Now I get 3 or 4 per/DAY! Do NOT be suckered into this preditory site.
The chance of ever winning anything from these predators is maybe 1 in 100 million billion chances!!!
DO NOT TRUST PCH AT ALL !!!!
Dump PCH if you were suckered in to them (like me)
THEY ARE DANGEROUS!!
AVOID. This site takes you to unsafe sites. Of course they get lots of visits: people like sweepstakes. This one says an order won't increase your chance of winning. But you get spammed every day to confirm your entry. Each time, you have to go through a long list of overpriced stuff to order. Then, if after a week or 2 you haven't placed an order, you have to go through the list AGAIN & AGAIN until you've had enough. Each time you try to log out, a pop up says if you leave this page you forfeit your entry. If after a week or 2 of daily spam, you get to the end of the products list & haven't ordered something, they'll find something wrong with your entry, for example, they'll object to your address or something else that was never a problem before.. They then ask you to reconsider. If you still don't order anything, you'll be asked to go through the list again. Every time you get to the end, If you STILL don't order, you are told not to leave the site until your entry is complete or it won't qualify and the list comes back again. That will happen til you give up. Sounds like false advertising to me. Failure to make a purchase won't change your chance of winning, instead, you will be told that if you leave the page, your entry is invalid. So you have to order to enter despite their claim to the contrary. BIG TIME WASTER.
The prize entry forms are supposed to be just that, but the site tries to entice you to buy and spend by taking you through pages and pages of offers before finishing up. Then they say that a purchase doesn't increase your chance of winning. If I come here, it's for the chances of winning the big prizes, not for the offers.
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