In public interest to people who are entering Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes i would think everyone knows about this company and has seen advertisement on television about past and now present up coming sweepstakes ,that Publishers Clearing House has been in business for many years this is a legitimate company with professional legitimate employees as i address the following people who are The Prize Patrol Elite, the public needs to be aware of what is the truth and is a fact of reality that some people have taken advantage of the good name of Publishers Clearing House and their employees The Prize Patrol and used thier names in a fraudulent way of impersonating these designated repubale people and these imposters have scared a lot of people who have delt with scammers i walked in those shoes they are very clever people keep the fait in Publishers Clearing House and their Sweepstakes they offer to the public to enter because this is a real company with official people that work with this company, and they do not contact you in anyway ! If you are called just hang up report that phone number to your local phone company if your contacted on Facebook report it to the main Facebook management or report scammer numbers to your Police Department or to Publishers Clearing House Hotline.
Run conjointly in Canada and the USA, Publishers Clearing House began in 1953 by Harold and LuEster Mertz and their daughter Joyce Mertz-Gilmore. Mertz had worked for Look magazine and thought of a better way of packaging magazine subscriptions together and selling them for a lower rate. Publishers Clearing House (PCH), which is in Long Island, NY, was not necessarily the first direct marketing company to use sweepstakes, as Reader’s Digest began theirs first, but it was one of the earlier ones.
With present-day revenue in the hundreds of millions, PCH began its sweepstakes in 1967 and has given away over $200 million in prizes over the years. The combining of sweepstakes with magazine subscriptions made them the largest magazine distributor. By the 1980s PCH was not only doing magazine subscriptions but had expanded their product line to offer such things as collectibles, home entertainment (CDs, movies, etc.), personal and…
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