Todd’s Triple Favor?

More on our buddy, “Dr” Todd Coontz. In case you don’t know who this guy is, he’s a shameless huckster from South Carolina who preys on the gullible to enrich himself. Here, for example, is what he promises in return for a donation of $1000:

As a treasured Partner, you also share in the anointing and financial mantle on Dr. Todd’s life as he agrees to faithfully pray for you, your family, and your finances on a daily basis.

Elsewhere on his web site he tells us that we can achieve “financial freedom” and he will give us “7 keys to success [sic] investing.” You may ask, how’s that working for the good “doctor”?

“Dr” Todd’s full name is William Todd Coontz, and he resides with his wife, Dana, in Aiken, South Carolina. According to Google Maps, Rockwealth Ministries (Todd’s business) is located at 205 Loudoun Dr. Curiously, another business called Ministries Rockwealth is located at 324 Magnolia Lake Ct. It is a rather nice place. A third business, Coontz Investments and Insurance, is located at 3050 Whiskey Dr. A quick search of Aiken County court records finds the following:

2005: A $35,000 judgment against Todd and Dana Coontz.
2006: A debt-collection judgment against Todd Coontz for $4,184.52
2007: A debt-collection judgment against Todd Coontz for $18,945.81.
2007: A debt-collection judgment against Todd Coontz for an unspecified amount.
2008: A debt-collection judgment against Todd Coontz for $10,019.95.

Now, it is possible that the William Todd Coontz named in these suits isn’t “Dr” Todd Coontz, but W. Todd is the only Coontz I could find in the public records. If, by some remote possibility, this isn’t the good “doctor,” I apologize.

But how ironic is it that the guy who asking money from you so you can get wealthy is himself struggling to pay off debts?

Don’t worry, “Dr” Todd.” I’ll be happy to faithfully pray for you, your family, and your finances on a daily basis. Just send me $1000.

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24 Responses to Todd’s Triple Favor?

  1. Why are you picking on my fellow South Carolinians? He’s just trying to help, after all.

    😉

  2. pollypinks says:

    Just look at Joel Osteen, T.D. Jakes, and others on t.v. when they take cameras on tour of their million dollar homes. They say it’s not from a salary, but if you look closer, they SELL their sermons online. That’s right, and furthermore, if you demand from God in your prayers what you think you deserve, if you are among the righteous, it will be yours. It’s called name it and claim it Christianity, and holy rollers across the country can’t get enough of it.

  3. […] For another update on the good “doctor,” see “Tod’s Triple Favor?“ […]

    • The Little Lamb says:

      Matthew 12:31-32: “And I tell you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven. Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but anyone who speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come.” Take comfort that these disgusting pigs (Coontz, Murdock, Alec, Popoff, Copeland, etc) will be destroyed positively.

  4. pollypinks says:

    Who’s trying to help? Help who?

  5. Ike says:

    Todd Coontz and his act is truly a disgusting sight.
    How the conman can spew his nonsense and actually profit financially from the fools who buy into his crap is beyond belief!

    • Guest says:

      Like the late comedian W.C. Fields said “there is a sucker born everyday. These Todd Coo Coo fans are not victims but willing participants. If Todd believes God give to people who give then why doesn’t he and his fellow faker Mike Mud- ock give alway all their money and follow their own laws?

  6. Amber says:

    Can AnyBody Tell Me Where The Good Ones Are……Good Ground I Can Sow Into

  7. Chris says:

    He’s another Mike Murdock clone, they love to say catchy phrases like “harvest” and “seasons” and “seed sowing” but its all a scam. I heard another fake preacher on the other night asking for $888 to make your debt disappear.. which is exactly what coontz and murdock spew nightly at their “Camp Meetings” Something needs to be done about this crap, its getting out of hand, and the fact that there isn’t one religious channel that doesn’t let these crooks have air time.

    • Guest says:

      God’s way of making debt disappear is too simple for these Todd Coo Coo fans . Here is my take on erasing debt…don’t live beyond your means, or spend what you don’t have. The below bible verse is what real the God ordained wrote in the New Testament.

      Hebrews 13:5
      Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said,

      “Never will I leave you;
      never will I forsake you.”

  8. Geronimo says:

    Its a disgrace the lies these guys use using jeseus name to cosign this obviously unscriptual garbage. Both of them r gunna wake up in a saw movie together !!!

  9. Guest says:

    Wow and to think I just heard Todd Co Coo on Christian cable say he is doing better than ever financially.

  10. Miss Joyce says:

    you have the correct Coontz…..have known him for years, ex neighbor, glad he moved, and he is allegedly divorced now also…

  11. Dr. BOB says:

    I watch these guys because I think they are hilarious, better than saturday night live.But to think that some people actually fall for this crap is hard to believe.todd cunts and mike murcock are modern day snake oil salesmen who say god speaks to them.People who hear voices should seek help.Oh wait, I forgot, they’re doctors.

    • ANTIETAM says:

      What is it about the American character that makes these criminals wealthy? They are not allowed to operate in Europe.

  12. Albert Cumberworth says:

    I wonder if you get a money back gaurantee

  13. Pastor Nick says:

    I have a dear dear friend of mine who doesn’t have the internet, but comes and asks me to send 1000 using his credit card for him. I Google coontz name and get this page. What am I to do, I show him the blogs, about Murdock and everybody and he says that I’m too negative and I shouldn’t believe everything that come on the internet! I try to protect him, but seriously, what am I to do for my friend who is 90 years old, still cuts my hair, owns a barber shop, still drives his own car,and other than shelling out thousands of dollars to TV evangelist is in his right mind. WHAT AM i TO DO?

    • runtu says:

      If it were me, I would just tell him to get someone else to do it because you can’t do it in good conscience. Just a thought.

    • ANTIETAM says:

      Take the money and redeposit it in his bank account. He will never know the difference, since he is divorced from reality

  14. Sonia Leffall says:

    Thank you for posting this information. I was listening to this man and I felt like my spirit was being fed until I saw he was sitting next to Benny Hinn who is a straight up swindler. I decided to google him when he made the request for money. Why would I send money to his ministry? Why would I sow the seed in my own church, like Joseph Prince suggests. I am so sick of false ministries and using the money of poor folk to live exceedingly well. Some of his words are truth and light, but his motives are satanic. I guess this is where decernment comes in. You have to take the good and filter out the rest. He knows the word, but I don’t understand is how you can know the word like that and use it for evil. What is it that they know about God that they think they can play with the word and use it to prey on his people. Didyou have to pay profits in the bible? No, so why do I need to pay them? God blessyou for speaking the truth on this man of fraud. They need to take them off theair once they are found out.

  15. MHair says:

    I have been disturbed by the multitude of Preachers, and Religious Networks, that constantly ask believers to “sow a seed” into their ministry.

    I know it cost money to broadcast on TV. I don’t have a problem with that. I don’t have a problem with asking people to be partners to help keep the ministry on the air, or to help the unfortunate. I don’t mind them selling books, or cds.

    But if all a preacher has to say is, to plant a seed in his ministry, if he tries to pressure you with being obedient to him, or have faith in him… Be careful he may be a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

    Your tithes and offerings belong to your local church first. Before you give to other ministries, or charities, pray about it. Discern whether you are receiving a Spirit of truth. Does his preaching or teaching minister to your spirit. Finally, research the activities of the ministry. A legitimate ministry has no problem letting you know where your dollars are being used.

    God cares about you as a person, your money should be used to help support the church, and to aid those who are less fortunate. Keep this in mind and God WILL bless you.

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