Reviewers of “miracle spring water,” a brand of water that is purported to have the ability to miraculously get the consumer out of debt, claim that the product was effective for them. After buying and swallowing “miracle spring water,” several enthusiasts claim to have amassed thousands of dollars.
Peter Popoff, a televangelist, is credited with first introducing “miracle spring water.” Although the power to cancel debt is this water’s greatest claim to fame, “wonder spring water” is also said to be able to cure illnesses and impairments.
Many of Popoff’s followers have praised the water and offered personal anecdotes about what they say it did for them. Some claim that the water saved them from drug addiction, while others assert that it treated the cancer of them or a loved one.
One man reported that after years of suffering, his persistent back pain had finally subsided. Others claim unanticipated “money blessings” like a monetary windfall or debt that vanishes mysteriously.
Many people have doubts about the validity of these reviews of “miracle spring water” because Popoff was once exposed as a liar to his followers after it was discovered that he had been using his wife to feed him information about specific listeners of his shows over a radio, giving the impression that he was receiving this information from divine revelation.
Actually, the knowledge came from conversations Popoff’s wife had with spectators prior to the performance. Many people still believe in Peter Popoff and his “magic spring water,” despite the incident.