Publishers Clearng House Review

Received a call stating that I won 2.5 million dollars and a new car. Wish that would be true! Male call stated he was with Publishers Clearing House. There were dogs barking in the background and he had a foreign accent. Call was located out of Albion Michigan. He needed my home address and other personal information to deliver my prize. This is when I hung up on him. I didn’t enter a PCH sweepstakes and I would never give out my home address or other info. Don’t really care for the fact the he had me personnel cell phone number. Reported that number to the do not call list as well.

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