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Creator of Fake Website Selling Prayers is Forced to Pay Back over $7 Million to Customers

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The creator of a fake prayer website, which sold prayers to customers for payment, has been forced to pay restitution of up to $7.5 million to customers he swindled.

 

 

 

 

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I don't know which is worse, that someone would run a scam like this or that so many people know so little about prayer that they would fall for it.

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I don't know which is worse, that someone would run a scam like this or that so many people know so little about prayer that they would fall for it.
I going with "many people know so little about prayer that they would fall for it."

 

 

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This article could of passed in the Christian satire sub-forum.

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Reminds me of the historical stories of when the Catholic Church used to 'sell' indulgences. I'm always saddened when I read these things. But, those people and the man behind the scam need our prayers.

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