New Britain, Connecticut
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Update by user Sep 05, 2015

They lied to me not let me lied it is typed incorrect

Update by user Sep 05, 2015

They lied to me

Original review posted by user Sep 05, 2015

My name is Gregoria Lubin I live in 742 Ellis Street Apt 35 in New Britain Ct 06051 I has been a victim of false publishing clearing house for many years an spend over $500 dollars in their products an promise to be the next winner an an play their games win for life an never got anything in return please help me I don't know what to do about it. I can think to do is to lawsuit publishing clearing house for what they claiming I would if I play their game which $5000 aweek for life or more

Review about: Lottery.

I didn't like: Let me lied, False promise.

Review #694839 is a subjective opinion of a user.

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Reason of Review / Monetary Loss Not keeping their promise win $5000 for a week for life an more / Not specified
Preferred solution Full refund

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Anonymous
Akron, Ohio, United States #1155475

So are you saying you receive different emails than the rest of us?I doubt it.

The emails say you could be a winner and that only those that enter can be on the winners list; that's true.Your lack of reading comprehension does not mean you have an actionable claim; if you did have a claim, the way to find a lawyer is not on this website.

Anonymous
#1040043

Their entries say you "MAY" or "COULD" be the next winner not that you "WILL" . Buying anything from them will not increase your chances of winning.

glubin
#1030040

They lied to me not let me lied it's a typed incorrectly

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