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Customers Say Company Is "Preying On Faith"

There are 82 comments on the WREG story from Nov 3, 2010, titled Customers Say Company Is "Preying On Faith". In it, WREG reports that:

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Collierville, TN

#1 Nov 3, 2010
I am so glad that this issue has finally been brought to light! I only wish there were legal repercussions for this fraudulent business.

Olive Branch, MS

#2 Nov 3, 2010
Extended prison time will help this business owner learn to treat people better. Hope this article ruins him at least in this area.
Real Christian

Memphis, TN

#3 Nov 3, 2010
Sounds like if he practiced what he preached he wouldn't be in this mess. What a shame.
Laughing at Fools

Memphis, TN

#4 Nov 3, 2010
Good Old P T Barnum was right! At least one born every minute. Stupid people! You should never send that kind of money without at least a little research! Next time, save yourself the hassle and the postage and just throw the money out your window as you drive down the highway.

Good grief what Morons!!!

Memphis, TN

#5 Nov 3, 2010
JUST because he was on a "Christian Program", doesn't mean he is. This is the same $hit Jim Bakker did..."send me your money." Snake oil, "holy water", coins... doesn't matter what the charlatans are selling. That $100,000 could have bought a helluva lot of gold jewelry & other pony beads they could have used later to barter with IF the economy gets to that point.
TN Lizzie

Arlington, TN

#6 Nov 3, 2010
Laughing at Fools, maybe so. However, there are concequences for a business who makes promises without delivering the goods.

Negative publicity from this article may get the attention of whoever oversees this type of fraudulence. I know of One who is watching, and He is a jealous God.

The "customers" in the article appreciate your kind comments, I am sure, about like Job appreciated his friends. You have the right to your opinion, but even your user name makes you seem very disagreeable to be around. I think I pity you.

Memphis, TN

#7 Nov 3, 2010
Anytime a company has to play on the "Christian" aspect, it should be SUSPECT ...

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Nov 4, 2010
PT Barnum had it right....what a bunch of mooks.

Olive Branch, MS

#9 Nov 4, 2010
Yep when someone brings up God when trying to get you to buy or do something run like the devil himself. First sign of a con artist. Bend over and get ready for it cause your going to get it without even a kiss.

United States

#10 Nov 4, 2010
this is the same man who sent out the sex scandal tacd on sherriff john doolen during the hardeman county houses anyone?

Collierville, TN

#11 Nov 4, 2010
Sorry for your losses. The issue I see not coming up in these comments though is the fact that GOLD is at an all time high price! Why would anyone think that this is a good time to BUY GOLD?

Mount Juliet, TN

#12 Nov 4, 2010
I laughing my a** off. You poor dumb, gulliable xians. You bible thumpers will believe anything. Turn over on TBN, the bad hair channel, you'll see the hucksters and snake oil salesmen plying their trade and all legal and tax free. You deserve it up the butt!

Collierville, TN

#13 Nov 4, 2010
I have never given him my money, but I must tell you, he is really good at his con. If you had ever met him, he would have you scared within a few minutes. He preaches "doom and gloom" to people who are already vulnerable; e.g., elderly, widows, etc. For years I have wished I could stop him.

Memphis, TN

#14 Nov 4, 2010
Aren't we taught that the better insurance would be to just give away this money? My riches are in Heaven. When the rapture comes, why would we need gold on earth?
From TN

Arlington, TN

#15 Nov 4, 2010
Beware of preachers in Armani suits!!
It is a shame that elderly people are such easy prey for this type of 'boiler room' commodity dealer.
Maybe the Lord has a special place for this type of scam operator.

Memphis, TN

#16 Nov 4, 2010
I watched the report on the news last night. The "victims" were typical rubes. Any time you get financial advice from a religious channel, my advice is to RUN AWAY! These channels are only focused on making money off you.
Goldie Locks

Memphis, TN

#17 Nov 4, 2010
I don't know this man personally but I have listened to his radio show. He makes some good points but I didn't know about all this.

Biloxi, MS

#18 Nov 4, 2010
dont you know the biggest crooks are people of religion. look at some of these preachers riding around in a caddi and a million dollar home and tells the flock he does not care if you can not pay your bills give me my money. see when pimps get to old to pimp they become preachers and their wife was most likely their best prostitute. Do not get me wrong there are some great preachers but some are a wolf in sheeps clothing.

United States

#19 Nov 4, 2010
I previously worked for this company for several years and I know first-hand what is going on. I quit for the very same reasons every one else has.
Bates Backer

Memphis, TN

#20 Nov 4, 2010
He isn't a preacher. He is a businessman.

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