If you should win a prize at Publisher's Clearing House, they will never, ever e-mail you. They will contact you by snail-mail, telephone, or in person with their Prize Patrol. Here is a good example of a PCH scam. I'm not sure exactly how this particular one would play out, as there are a few different methods the scammers use to get ahold of your money. They could charge you a fee, after which they would send you nothing, or they would send you a fake check. I can't imagine them sending a bogus check for a million bucks, though, unless it's one to "take care of taxes" or whatever. Whatever happens, they want to steal from you anyway they can. This entry is located here, in the upper right hand corner. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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