Miracle spring water, which is sent by mail in a small plastic envelope, is purported to attract wealth and eliminate debt, according to Peter Popoff, a German-American televangelist and self-proclaimed faith healer. The miracle spring water is delivered along with a form letter that includes a request for money.
According to the Better Business Bureau's Charity Report, Popoff's charitable foundation, People United for Christ, failed to disclose any information about its activities and, as of 2014, holds no BBB rating. Popoff and his ministry have been exposed for fraud numerous times since the 1980s. The ministry, located in Upland, Calif., broadcasts infomercials on several local stations and national networks, including BET, Discovery and TLC.