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why is pch bingo on line being removed
asked by vicky j. on 7/21/15
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I didn't know this but it makes sense as there is nothing to it but the same thing day after day. PCH has gone downhill with games, lately, as even the daily puzzles, now, just drag and are hard to move the pieces. Too many puzzles and probably too many people playing, Also same thing, every day and are only for fun to kill time with. Maybe, now, they are just not monitoring the sites to see their problems. Bingo, no great loss.
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My advice, contact PCH about the Bongo game. I don't wotk for them...I just share my thoughts and my experience that I have had with PCH over 33 years. I love their company and the opportunity to win a "life-changing" event that could literally change your life! Nobody, other then PCH does that..."What's Not To Love"
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If everyone is so unhappy with PCH then just move on to something else, or is there something there that keeps you going day after day....... things that make you go hmmmmm !!
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I wasn't aware that PCH was pulling any games. As someone who has played for over 30 yrs. I find it hard to believe I still haven't won and then you have winners who say "I've only been playing for a few months" and I can't believe I won. I find that to be highly suspicious and have heard that PCH winners that you see in the videos, are actually paid actors. I would be very disappointed if that were true. I wish someone would investigate this and reveal their dishonesty.
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I believe the reason that PCH dropped Bingo was there wasn't much participation?
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I don't know, believe it or not, considering that I have spent many years with them as a customer and sweepstakes participant. I haven't played their games for a few months now; but the person answered this question above me seems to have it "right on the money."
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