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Remember the revelation last week that had the fans shocked about Joel Osteen’s church making 32 million a year from donations? After reporting the details exclusively here first, the news spread like wildfire across the hills and valleys. The con artists, rip-offs and criminals in America heard the call.

Now Lakewood church is facing a bigger issue and it could cripple their donations in a heartbeat. According to The Christian Post on Tuesday, the church is still looking for the $600,000 stolen from the church earlier in the month and offered up a reward, but nobody has offered clues on the return.

Now that people know that the church makes about $600,000 a weekend or 32 million a year in donations, there are a few folks who want a piece of that pie. Even a sliver would be a substantial amount. That’s why fake Facebook accounts are popping up faster than daisies on a warm spring day. Now accounts with Joel Osteen’s likeness or accounts pretending to represent the Lakewood Church in Houston are found on Facebook. Fake Joel Osteen Facebook accounts are asking for money are being reported too.

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source: examiner.com

Joel Osteen’s Church Faces Facebook Scam? Fake Accounts Ask For Cash  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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