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Syntax error: "Announces" should read "Announce". When you see such stupid syntax errors on Internet sites, you should know at once that you are at a scam site. That includes major media sites. Victoria Osteen responded on her Facebook page denouncing ALL face cream ads claiming anything about her. Houston TV channel runs article giving Victoria Osteen's disclaimer of face cream ads. If this report by Ripoff Report is true , then the Osteens' effort to take down these scammers is going to be a huge task.
Did a woman chop off a guy's member with garden shears? This one is true. He was blindfolded at the time. His lawyer denies her argument and says the man and woman have been together over a period of months. Did a foot-long python escape from a small glass jar and attack its owner? Unfortunately, this story is quite true. The man's family says he loved snakes but they don't know if he was irritating the python by keeping him in such a small container.
Judging by complaints rolling into our tipline, the ads have been effective. The problem extends beyond the unauthorized use of Osteen's image for consumers. A free trial of that cream and another serum ended up being quite costly for Standford. A company representative told Channel 2 Standford was charged because she failed to cancel the offer within two weeks. Channel 2 could find no requirement on the company's website which highlighted such a provision.
By Emily Crane For Dailymail. Famous TV preacher Joel Osteen and his wife Victoria have been accused of colluding with the devil after they posed for photos with their son as he graduated from the University of Texas.
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