Sow Your Seed for $273

Rock Wealth and Dr. Todd Coontz are part of this religion infomercial scam.

Dr. Todd Coontz portrays himself as a Minister of God, claiming god is talking to him about the people watching his cheap late night infomercial, and that God has told him that these viewers need to call in now and plant their $273 Breakthrough Seed, or they will not receive any wealth or recovery from their debt. Look at the browser tab folks that Breakthrough Seed clearly says “Give a Donation”.

Then there’s the Favor 70 Seed for $1,000 you will get God’s Unstoppable attention, and last but not least the inexpensive Battle Seed  for $130 God will fight for you, but could leave you cold, lonely, broke, poor and beaten down.

Some have said soon after they sent their seed money in the Rock Wealth ministry called to inform them that they didn’t provide the money in the proper time frame that god created for that seed and therefore the seed has not been planted. I think the only real seed here is the criminal one.

More Supernatural Debt Reduction With Todd Coontz of Rock Wealth Ministries

6 thoughts on “Sow Your Seed for $273

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  3. These scammers spend your “seed” on hair dye, face lifts, clothing, and trips to sunny climates where they continue to spread the word of giving money. They’re all Elvis “wanna be’s” who couldn’t make it as singers. But they all come out with CDs for sale which feature them singing songs which surround the notion of sending them money.

  4. He continually misspoke Deuteronomy as “Deutermony” on this fake charismatic ministry show I just saw asking for “a $1,000 seed”. He spoke in tongues briefly and danced around and the crowd went wild. No interpretation. Just pure showmanship. False teaching

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