Contacting Publishers Clearing House Customer Service Center
Publisher’s Clearing House is that company everyone hopes shows up at the door with huge check and a bundle of balloons. The company sells magazine subscriptions. The customer orders magazines from Publisher’s Clearing House and that enters them into a lottery to win a huge monetary prize. According to the official website, previous winners have won upwards of $1 million just for choosing Publisher’s Clearing House.
Phone Contact Numbers
All contact information, including a Publishers Clearing House phone number, is listed on the customer service page. Customer service agents are available from 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM EST Monday to Friday.
- General Inquiries: 1-800-459-4724
- Technical Inquiries: 1-800-476-4724
- Scam Reports: 1-800-392-4190
If you want to send a letter to Publisher’s Clearing House you can address the letter to the Consumer Affairs division of the company.
Publisher’s Clearing House Consumer Affairs382 Channel Dr. Port Washington, NY 11050
If there are financial or billing issues with a Publisher’s Clearing House order, do not send bank account or credit card account information through the mail. Your letter could be lost or read by someone other than the intended recipient.
You can find out just about everything about Publisher’s Clearing House via the official website at http://www.pch.com. While the offers used to come in the mail, most print marketing has moved to online marketing. The website allows customers to register for an account and order magazines online. The details of your prize entry are hidden among all the order offers, but you do NOT have to place an order to submit your entry and ordering will NOT increase the chances of you winning.
Customer Service Email
If you have a question or comment for Publishers Clearing House customer service and you want to send it via email, you’ll have to register for an account at http://pch.custhelp.com/app/utils/login_form/redirect/ask%252Fkw%252Fscam. This registration does not mean you are entering any sweepstakes or promising to make a purchase. It simply means you’re sharing some information with the company in order to setup an account. You have the option to opt out of email communication of any kind during the registration process.
Contacting Publishers Clearing House was an exciting adventure. We endured the typical automated system, but we simply pressed 9 and connected with live agent. When the agent answered the call, they were upbeat. We asked for information relating to returning products and the amount of time to return an item to ensure proper credit.
The agent explained the majority of the products have a 30-day return policy, the standard in the industry. Overall, the call went well and we received the information we requested without hassle. Did the customer service team impress you? We want to know. Take a minute to fill out the comment section.