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Free Miracle Spring Water from Peter Popoff (Catholic)

AdamLooper 425 713 August 6, 2013 at 09:58 PM in Other (2)
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Miracle Spring Water - http://peterpopoff.org/prayer-request-form

Peter Popoff wants to send you a Free packet of Miracle Spring Water free of charge.
A Prophet of God. He erases/cancels debts. and does many SuperNatural things on Television.

You've seen Peter Popoff on A.M Television offering his Free Miracle Spring Water and:
-Erasing $50,000+ Debts
-Tweaking People's Bank Accounts for an Extra $500+ a Month
-Eliminating Cancer off people's bodies
-Making People stop Living "PayCheck-To-PayCheck".
-100 Fold Return on their Seed/Harvest Plan, continually.


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I was just Gonna say. This Method is getting kind of Old but still works Swell.
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make sure you do not include your real phone #, they will call you non stop asking for you to pay popoff's bills, I mean a donation to god
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-blue, i've been receiving Peter Popoff Materials in Snail Mail for some Time now... and I've never received any Calls from him.
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Quote from AdamLooper View Post :
http://peterpopoff.org/?page_id=386

You've seen Peter Popoff on A.M Television offering his Free Miracle Spring Water and Erasing $5,000 Debts.

Now Peter Popoff is back and is offering you for free his Miracle Mixture. Follow the instructions included to erase your debts today!


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I just love the soft focus effect!Smilie:

However he was on the Johnny Carson show, being exposed for fraudulent practices. Just be aware.
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I went to school with his kids. He couldn't even heal his Children when they had a cold. Sad that people believe In his "miracles".
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I went to school with his kids. He couldn't even heal his Children when they had a cold. Sad that people believe In his "miracles".
great first post.....rip into someones beliefs.....nice job
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So they really call you a lot if you give the phone number looking for money? I dont know if thats true but if it is thats shameful, targeting people with debt and asking them for more money... no thank you...
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I've been looking for a good deal on snake oil, doesn't get better than free!
Thanks OP!
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make sure you do not include your real phone #, they will call you non stop asking for you to pay popoff's bills, I mean a donation to god
thx for the heads up.
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great first post.....rip into someones beliefs.....nice job

Thanks dnique, I try! Maybe I can make my next post more to your liking. EEK!
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He has been exposed as a fraud and has been bankrupt at least once. He is a modern day snake oil huckster so don't expect anything else from him. Most of his claims are too vague or unverifiable and he really just uses his so called ministry for personal gain. This is my professional judgment as a Christian minister who has done some research into him and similar TV prosperity preachers. He makes Christianity look bad with his greed and fraudulent practices.
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His methods and the way he puts together his offer are a brilliant study in working around the FTC and any and all trade commissions. If he were to ask for money up front in order to get the Water, he'd be in the federal penitentiary. BUT, by giving away the water, and making no definitive, specific claims, he's clear there.

As long as there is no definitive, specific claims, and just suggestions, ambiguities, suggestive, and mentally leading imagery= brilliant way to get around any current regulations, although it skirts the fence in a big way. Tomorrow it could be illegal and land deceivers where they belong.

I'd expect that for 90% to 99% of people, the little packets of so called "Miracle Water" is about as effective as the fast food ketchup packet that it resembles.

The rest of the people, I suppose a placebo would have just as much effect. The mind is a VERY powerful tool, and vastly unknown how most of it works, BUT faith is one of the most powerful things there is. Faith coupled with action is an unstoppable force. If someone with no doubt whatsoever believes that "Miracle Water" will produce effect, things can be "willed" to come about. Just as faith in building a business combined with directed, intelligent never ending action will ultimately produce excellent results, if someone orders spring water, believes in it, and derives happiness, is that a bad thing? As long as they are of sound mind, understand completely, and in no uncertain circumstances understand what they can give within their budget, and receive joy from it, then is that so bad?

I'm most certainly not an advocate of it, just bringing up a point. I think I'll get fulfillment elsewhere, but am thinking if it's ok and good in some circumstances.

I don't think the intentions of the source of miracle water are well intentioned, I think it's a printing press for money for their coffers, but on the flip side, it's maybe possible that someone could derive positive results from it.
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Ever since I used Peter Popoff's miracle oil and water, I've gotten numerous Debt Cancellation Letters in the mail. This isn't a joke, i'm not one to lie. When I was 18-21, I took out a few credit cards and never paid them back... Today I still get letters to pay those back... A few months ago and this happened several times, I've gotten a "Settlement" letter. My Debt is around $2,000. And they wanted to settle for $230.

'Course I didn't pay it back, but still..
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Ever since I used Peter Popoff's miracle oil and water, I've gotten numerous Debt Cancellation Letters in the mail. This isn't a joke, i'm not one to lie. When I was 18-21, I took out a few credit cards and never paid them back... Today I still get letters to pay those back... A few months ago and this happened several times, I've gotten a "Settlement" letter. My Debt is around $2,000. And they wanted to settle for $230.

'Course I didn't pay it back, but still..
If it really worked it would have been a debt cancellation or forgiveness letter not a settlement letter Big Grin
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