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Has anyone ever," EVER," won the big Prize ?

asked by Fred H. on 12/28/15

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ive gotten two checks from pch one for random $350 and another top leader token $150 they are real i been entering for 18 years and i enter every day i WISH i could win the big one just once ..i take care of my mama shes 76 and disabled and it sure would help good luck everyone
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I have been playing for 12 years I haven't won a dam thing . I am to the point wereI think all they are doing is just ripping people off with the false hope of winning and to make money off there orders that they push on you . I have seen to many times they say no one won and you still can win and you don't hear anything else except it has expired
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I'm not sure but I'm think it is real just because they have been around along long time but I've played everyday for a year straight and hadn't won anything
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the guidelines are it is free to play. you have a chance to win what ever you put in for and a machine drew your man out of billions of name it is a miracle if you win. I have put in to win many times thought I had won guess I haven't because no one has ever visited me. it is a chance just like if you bought a lottery ticket you have a very little of a chance to win. rather you want to try or you do now your still taking chance on winning. which is very rare to win.it is a choice your taking. Brenda Carlton
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I think, just like the above people, that those guys on T.V. are just actors getting paid to say fibbies. My experience with PCH was that although they said I did not have to pay to enter a prize, at the end of the games, which I never played, by the way, there were several products or magazines for sale! To me, they only wanted my credit card, and that is why I left! I hope this helps you to make your decision.
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I do know people who have won the lottery...millions and the chances of that happening are much slimmer then winning from PCH. I guess my take on all of this is...you have to BELIEVE...then your mind and heart is open to hope. ..with HOPE anything can happen ...even Miracles...that is the way I choose to believe. If you think it is a scam then why are you involved in it? Just like the saying "You are what you eat" Well same concept..."You are what you think" It's all up to you and WHAT YOU CHOOSE to think and believe. I rather believe I Will win instead of I will never win...everyone has the power to believe what you want. Sooooooo... believe you will win...watch what may happen instead of it will never happen. That's all...that is what I believe. Good Luck to all the"believers".
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They have to give something but have you watched the winner of the million or the 5,000 winner per week for life? Of course not! Give a little to keep you believing yet what's a $100 gift card? PCH has been around way too long. Wake up!
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I do not know of anyone that has actually won the millions, I believe that the people that they show on TV as winners are actors. First of all if they show up to surprise someone that they won millions of $$ why is every person dressed, hair done, yes its possible that people get up and ready for the day, but not all are going to be ready, also with many of the states lottery power ball games, no matter where they are from you always see the winner shown on the news. If someone actually won $5000 a week for life, I'm sure it would make the news.
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I did not win the big prize but I did win the 100 amazon gift card on the spin wheel in real bucks a pch app
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