PCH says 'enter',heavily implying u have a good chance. But despite messages u DON'T have to buy, the sales pressure is HORRENDOUSLY high .?
When a person is down and grasping at straws, such a come on could be hard to resist. PCH is a charity and helps a lot of people.Why is it worse than churches that promise Heaven but always have their hands out for donations? Is Pch's not as honest a business as the churches' businesses, as PCH does devote itself to helping people?
- Anonymous4 years agoFavorite Answer
PCH isn't a charity. They are clearly a business, first and foremost.
You don't have to buy anything to enter, but the pressure is there because again, they are a business.
I don't even know what the church nonsense has anything to do with this.
EDIT: For the record, PCH isn't a scam. I've legit won money from them. Wasn't a lot, but I won. But the odds are like the lottery. Unlike the lottery, PCH is free to enter. You just gotta put up with the sales pitch. So honestly, PCH is the better deal.
Still no idea where you're going with the church thing. It's apples to oranges.