What is search and win at PCH?
PCH Search and Win is an internet search engine owned by Publishers Clearing House. It started out as an independent search engine called Blingo until PCH bought the company in 2006. Many people run internet searches every day, either for work, to research personal interests, or to satisfy their curiosity.
How do you know if you won the PCH Lotto?
At PCH winners of our major prize awards are notified live and in person by our famous Prize Patrol. Major prize award and SuperPrize winners are not notified via email. Prizes are awarded within eight weeks of final winner selection. Only PCH is authorized to notify you of a win from a PCH giveaway.
Does PCH have real winners?
Here are 3 more winners who know for a fact that PCH is real: Edmund U. of Tucson, Arizona, winner of a $100 PCH prize, writes, “Just keep trying! Winners are real.”. Terri H. of Swanton, Ohio doubted whether anyone ever really won PCH until she received her $50 prize. Now she exclaims, “Keep playing!
Does any one ever win at PCH?
Most winners get between $5,000 and $10,000. PCH’s largest prize is the $5,000 a week forever prize. They only draw a winner once a year, usually in February, with lots of fanfare. So yes, we can verify that people do actually win money from Publishers Clearing House, but let’s take it a step further.
Does PCH notify winners by phone?
PCH does not notify big winners by telephone, email, or bulk mail. Be very careful not to confuse a legitimate PCH win with a scam using the Publishers Clearing House name. PCH also gives away smaller prizes.
Is the PCH app a scam?
PCH is a popular target of their scams because people are familiar with the company and want to believe they have really won a prize. But a legitimate-looking win notification should not be enough to make you believe you are a big winner. Logos can be copied, names of legitimate PCH employees can be found on Google, signatures can be forged.