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If you get a letter from Publishers clearing house are you a guaranteed winner of a prize?
Okay if you have entered in a few sweepstakes from the publishers clearing house. and a few weeks/months later you get a letter in the mail box saying you might of won a prize of $1,000 or more! does this mean you are a guaranteed winner! or does everyone who entered get one of these letters?

Yes, chances are you've won nothing and they are going to hound you until you order magazines. Even IF you order magazines, they will try to keep baiting you and put you on every mail order list in the world. Get ready for a LOT of junk mail. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news : (

How often does the prize from publishers clearing house get awarded to someone who actually needs it?
I mean when did we ever see someone, like a single parent living from paycheck to paycheck, going to school, and still unable to make ends meet get awarded anything? They can't even win the lottery. why might that be? and why would publishers clearing house be any different? I'm not pessimistic, I'm just asking questions that puzzle alot of people.

Prize payouts are supposed to be random. They are just as likely to be someone who is already a millionaire as you. No where does PCH claim they will award things to someone who 'needs' it. I'd argue that the single parent, living paycheck to paycheck shouldn't be playing the lottery anyway... good luck!

I am trying to find out if I have a publishers clearing house winning letter.What do I do?
I got a letter from a kelly edwards that says I won a international sweeps stake.How do I find out if it is real?It is Publishers clearing house.supposedly that is.

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