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Phone number: 877-364-8433 The number is a Toll Free number
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Said I had been drawn in a sweepstakes. Never entered. Said it was due to good credit rating. Had my correct name spelling and address. I did not confirm. When I said I was uncomfortable to hear personal information from an unknown caller, they hung up saying they would move to the "next name" on the list.
When I answered he asked for me by name and said I might want to sit down because I had won a sweepstakes of $5,000. He said my name was submitted by one of my credit card companies, either Mastercard or Visa. He then asked me which one I thought I used the most. When I didn't respond he asked if I was alright and I said I knew they weren't going to give me any money but I was just listening. At that point the call was disconnected.
it rings 1 or 2 times on my cell phone as late as 930 pm. I cannot answer quick enough to even find out what they want ...never anyone there. IF I could block it on my cell phone I would. Its very annoying because they call sometime 3-7 times a day and always at least 2-3 days out of the week. No special days.
Called me stating I had won $5,000 because we pay our credit card on time. Asked me what my address was and what year I was born so they could mail the prize to me (I unfortunately gave it). They then said that the publishers felt strongly that I would win some grand prize and, because of that, asked if I would help them out by purchasing some "favorite" magazine for the low price of $2.99. When I said I did not want the magazine, I heard "Okay -click" and they were gone.
CALLED STATED I HAD WON $5000.00 BASED ON MY BANK ENTERING ME AND ASKED WHICH BANK I USED. I GAVE A FAKE BANK AND HE CONFIRMED THAT WAS THE CORRECT BANK. TRIED TO TELL ME THERE WAS NOTHING TO BUY BUT I HE WOULD GIVE ME SEVERAL MAGAZINES AND I SHOULD CHOOSE ONE AS MY SPONSOR. WHEN I WAS TOLD I WOULD BE CONTACTED BACK I REFUSED TO ANSWER AND THEY CALLED BACK REPEATEDLY.
Told me I am being entered into a sweepstakes for 25000$ and told me they were sending me a diamond watch to my house ... Which they gave me my address to me .... Said they got it from me using my credit card .... And said they were sending me magazines and I said I didn't want any ... They hung up...
Caller Id was unknown, they said that my visa or MasterCard was picked and entered me to recieve a diamond watch and three year mag subscription free. It was odd because she did not know what card I used and for one I never entered anything and I don't have a credit card for in store she then said then it was my debit card.
She had my name and home number along with my address.
Said that she strongly believed I would win the 25,000 cash draw
I told her that the info she had was correct (sadly) and how she had it, claiming my bank gave them. My bank is super secure and never give info out.
She needed my credit card number and I said that I was not giving it out over the phone. She tried to talk me into it for the magazines and I cut her off and said I was not giving it out as someone tried to scam me then she hung up.
I reported it. Make sure you get equifax to put a flag on your info so no one can use it against you
And I live in Canada!
They called with a unknown number claiming I have won 25,000$ in sweepstakes. They have called me not from my phone, but from my girlfriends mothers home phone. I never use it. I don't live there. OMG. They knew my first and last name but I was asked for my birthday information to receive my winning. So I asked before I give my information, May I ask a couple questions?. She replied Listen, Listen, Listen and I laughed, and they hanged up. They said they were in America, and they got my name from visa or master-card. In which I don't own either. This is very serious, the man in black suit should be on these peoples. They are terrorists to me, my family, my child, the food in my fridge, and to my fellow humans. Talk to your phone company, they can help. Threaten to cancel the service and they would help. have a good day. Keep your smile big. Be happy.
Tony Morgan, Sr. Awards Director with Publishers Sweepstakes, called to CONGRATULATE me for WINNING the early bird GRAND PRIZE drawing of $5,000. Said it was due to my excellent credit history with VISA and Mastercard. Kept saying, that because of my excellent credit, "Publishers" was expecting me to do very well. Then said something about entering me into a drawing. Asked which magazine I would prefer, Redbook or Rolling Time Magazine. When I said I had no interest in receiving any magazines. He hung up. What a scam!! BLOCK THIS CALLER!!
Called me and said that I was entered into a sweepstakes of $25000. Also said that they were going to be sending me a diamond watch and 3 magazines each month for free. They had my address and my name. SO FREAKY! Totally want them to get reported and cancelled! I DO NOT WANT MY PERSONAL INFORMATION OUT IN THE PUBLIC LIKE THIS
Sat 10/8/16, I got a call from 1-877-364-8433 and asked for me by my first name then said they are from Publisher's Award Center. I said "not interested" and hung up. Being that I had been duped by similar outfits in paying $1500 for 3 years of magazines I will never read and am not interested in...and that money is forever gone..I don't want to purchase another publication of any kind again just to enter for a prize EVER again! Also to consider this: Any time one hears the word "Publisher" they may erroneously think Publisher's Clearing House and may get duped that way. All avid PCH entrants PLEASE BEWARE! If they don't specifically identify themselves as Publisher's Clearing House, then they are not.