Peter Popoff, 73, is a popular televangelist who was exposed as a con man in for using an earpiece to receive radio messages from his wife, who gave him the names, addresses and ailments of audience members during Popoff-led religious services. He made a comeback in the late s and found fame for his miracle spring waster infomercials, in which he called himself a prophet. The watchdog makes sure people get the best from their broadband, home phone and mobile services, as well as keeping an eye on TV and radio. Ofcom deals with most content on television, radio and video-on-demand services, including the BBC. However, if your complaint is about something you saw or heard in a BBC programme, you may need to complain to the BBC first. Its rules for television and radio programmes are set out in the Broadcasting Code. Every time Ofcom receives a complaint from a viewer or listener, they assess it to see if it needs further investigation. If Ofcom decide to investigate, they will include the case in a list of new investigations, published in the Broadcast and On Demand Bulletin. An investigation is a formal process which can take some time depending on the complexity of the issues involved.
Good Thinking Society. Oct 17 During the programme, aired on …. Continue reading. Feb 16 Also, last month Icelandic broadcasting authority, which oversees one of the channels …. Feb 01 Last year we reported on our lengthy investigation into Peter Popoff and his current business soliciting donations from members of the public via false promises of miraculous health and wealth. Sep 24 Aug 30
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It really works. Checks have to be drawn on an account belonging to someone. I want to send it to you, no obligation. Call me now. We could have written this off as an obvious scam but given that Popoff has such a colorful past he was one of the first to enter our Wall of Shame in , we decided to take a closer look. We ordered the water in October All we had to do was use the water as directed and one other small thing. Several of these letters came with objects Popoff said would help spark our financial miracle. Along with the wristband, Popoff sent the no.
Peter Popoff born July 2, is a German-born televangelist. He was exposed in for using an earpiece to receive radio messages from his wife, who gave him the names, addresses and ailments of audience members during Popoff-led religious services. Popoff falsely claimed God revealed this information to him so that Popoff could cure them by faith healing. He went bankrupt the next year, but made a comeback in the late s.