Some reviewers of "miracle spring water," a brand of water that allegedly carries the power to get the user out of debt miraculously, say that this substance worked for them. Many devotees of "miracle spring water" report having amassed thousands of dollars after purchasing and consuming this product.
"Miracle spring water" was first introduced by televangelist Peter Popoff. Though this water's main claim to fame is its ability to cancel one's debt, "miracle spring water" also purportedly heals diseases and disabilities. Many of Popoff's disciples have given positive reviews of the water and shared stories about what they claim it did for them. Some say the water rescued them from drug addiction, and others claim it cured their or their loved one's cancer. One man spoke of his chronic back pain finally disappearing after decades. Still others report unexpected "financial blessings," such as a sudden windfall of cash or debt disappearing without explanation.
Many are skeptical about the veracity of these reviews of "miracle spring water" due to the fact that years ago, Popoff was caught lying to his disciples when it was revealed that he had been working with his wife to feed him information about certain members of his audience over a radio during his shows, making it appear that he was receiving this information out of divine revelation. In reality, it was information Popoff's wife had gathered by talking with the audience members before the show. However, despite this scandal, many still have faith in Peter Popoff and, in turn, his "miracle spring water".