I was scammed out of money by Peter Popoff in 2016, for about 3 thousand dollars in money and a gold ring all through out 2016.
Consumer Action Taken:
Have not tried yet. Not sure how to get anything back.
Date This Problem Happened: December 31, 2016
State You Live in: Georgia
Age Range: 51-65
Total Amount of Fee Paid: $3,053
Company Name: Peter Popoff Ministries
People United for Christ Inc.
PO Box 760
Upland, CA 91785
Company Telephone Number:
Website of Company: peterpopoff.org
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4 thoughts on “Peter Popoff Ministries – Consumer Complaint – January 30, 2017”
I have never had any problems with rev Peter popoff .ministries
I asked for miracle water and he wanted to send him about one hundred dollars. I didn’t . I think that he should people for spring water Jesus never charged us to be saved and free of our sins. He is a fake and a phony person . Don’t trust him at all with nothing.
Steve, I find this article on Peter Poppof ‘ministry’ scams quite interesting. I wonder if you’ve seen the old news reports of how his wife collected “prayer cards” from people who visited his crusades, and then secretly told him details of visitors? — She would talk into a small walkie talkie, and he had a hidden earpiece. That way, he would be privy to details of certain people, and it would seem like he heard from God when he could tell them their street address, and names of relatives, etc. POP off is a WHACK off! (And anyone who gives him money isn’t far behind.)
As soon as I saw your story, I remembered about this guy’s “ear-piece” scam, and though to myself: “Wow! I remember him. He’s still in business?…” (He did go bankrupt after that one scandal, for a while.)
Here are links – and one saved copy of an article & related vids:
This is from a former employee: http://www.csicop.org/specialarticles/show/the_woman_who_took_on_popoff_the_hidden_story_of_crystal_sanchez_the_peter_
Gordon Wayne Watts, Lakeland (between Orlando & Tampa), Fla.