We are receiving a steady stream of emails about the so-called “Azusa Report” website (we will not link to it from here, but you can find it quickly by search). Yes, the same Peter Vandever we are reporting about here is the same dishonest individual behind the Azusa Report website. Take a look at his website and see for yourself. It’s a scam disguised as a pentecostal website, but there is no inspiration, nothing useful. In fact, many of the articles are plagiarized (more on Peter’s plagerism practices here). Instead, it’s his rants against “haters” and playing the victim game as usual.
The ultimate goal of “Azusa Report” is to scam you for money. Learn more about Peter by reading the articles presented on this site. Do not give your money to Peter Vandever unless you want to support his alcohol and drug habits. He is the furthest thing one could be from a true Christian. If only Peter Vandever put in as much effort into real, ethical work as he does his shifty and deceptive practices.
Guess who is caught stealing once again? Yes, Peter Vandever aka The Manila Hobo, the same scammer behind “The Azusa Report” — a fake Christian website targeted at the Pentecostal audience but is nothing more than a front for his scams. Here is full, undeniable proof that Peter Vandever is nothing more than a thief.
A couple of new websites showing the truth about the fraudulent Peter Vandever have emerged: petervandever.info and azusareports.com. The latter is of course to highlight his scam website Azusa Report which he uses to pose as a Christian in order to steal money in the form of “donations”.
Here is an excellent presentation about Peter Vandever on a YouTube channel titled How to Spot an Idiot. Specifically, he touches upon Peter’s habit of belittling the military service of others due to his own deep insecurities. Remember, this is someone who has truly accomplished nothing with his own life. In fact, just the opposite. He has caused nothing but destruction. Destruction of his own life as well as causing harm in the lives of others.
Peter Vandever was last known to be staying at the Gran Prix Manila, 1325 Mabini Street.
Peter Vandever’s Philippines visa expired over three years ago and he has never renewed it as required by law. He has tried to make many different public claims in attempt to divert attention away from his illegal status: that he is an official Philippine citizen (the most laughable of all), he is a “Philippines national”, the Bureau of Internal Revenue isn’t allowing him to leave due to an unsettled tax issue (lie debunked), there’s an issue with his passport that he needs to fix, and most recently, realizing everyone knows his excuses are ridiculous, he just says he now has “complications”. To his credit, at least that most recent excuse is true. In a recent audio blog by Peter Vandever, he finally acknowledges the truth that we have already known for a long time. He effectively concedes that he is in the Philippines illegally as an overstayer.