In a span of three weeks, PiccMee Prizes LLC has grown tremendously, gaining 18.6k real and engaged twitter followers through their interactive game shows where they give out amazing cash prizes. It’s undeniable that no one would pass up on an opportunity to earn free money in this day and age.
Chase Turnquest, also known as the #PiccMeePrizeguy, is the genius behind the amazing PiccMee Prizes LCC, which has managed to take social media by storm. They have multiple shows over on their social media outlets where they give prizes to their audience for free.
In the game #GetOnTheWheel, viewers can pre-register to be placed on a wheel. Once the show airs live, the wheel will be spun to determine who gets the cash prize. Viewers may also engage with PiccMee Prizes through the live broadcast. Prizes between $50 to $500 are up for grabs in this game. All prizes are then paid immediately once the show is over.
#CrackThatSafe, on the other hand, is a game where contestants join live for the chance to crack a real safe. All they have to do is figure out the 4-digit pin to unlock it. If they manage to crack the code, they will take home whatever is inside the safe. The safe originally had $1,000, but for each episode that the safe doesn’t get cracked, more money is added inside.
PiccMee Prizes also has an interview show called #PrizeLine hosted by PiccMeePrizeGuy. The show is scheduled between 8:30 to 9:30 PM EST and gives audiences a glimpse at the real live reactions of winners as they call the #PrizeLine.
They also do the amazing #GhostGiveaways, where they give out cash at any given time to people who interact with their social media platforms. PiccMee Prizes never fails to give back to their followers in such creative, engaging, and entertaining ways. In a recent live stream, even Bill Pulte, the billionaire philanthropist who gives away money online, tuned in.
PiccMeePrizeGuy thought up the concept for PiccMee Prizes five years ago. He was seemingly inspired by the amount of attention that viral scams seemed to get despite not actually providing any real prizes. He thought to himself that if those fake scams would get so much attention, then so should the real thing.
PiccMee Prizes is his fourth big attempt after failing thrice already. The biggest challenge was to prove that they were the only real PiccMee Prizes page, as hundreds of fake pages started popping up. The fake pages started scamming their followers, but Facebook refused to take down any of the pages and verify the real PiccMee Prizes. This left their audiences in a very vulnerable position, and it became increasingly difficult to prove their legitimacy.
Thankfully, they have earned their audience’s trust nowadays. It’s amazing how much value PiccMee Prizes has provided to their most loyal followers. They have given away tens of thousands of dollars in the last few weeks, and they’re barely getting started. Soon enough, they plan on giving much better prizes to more people from all over the world.