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.
Update November 12, 2017: While we’re not surprised as to our findings, the leads pouring in are more than we had anticipated. We have many business establishments now coming forward informing us that they have also been victimized by Peter Vandever, some more than once. Full details forthcoming. It is safe to say that Peter is slowly painting himself into a corner. We have no doubt he is not just stealing internet time and computer equipment, but anything the scoundrel can get his hands on without paying. He will face consequences here in the Philippines. We will make sure of it. It’s now just a matter of time.
Peter Vandever has a long history of theft going back to his years in St. Joseph, Missouri. Those details will eventually be published on this site. He is currently a serial thief in the Philippines as well.
In June 2017, we caught Peter, who is already illegally overstaying in the Philippines, stealing from an internet cafe in Baguio City. Even though this was the first moment we caught him in the act, we are certain this was not a one-off event, but actually a regular practice for him. We knew it would be only a matter of time before we caught him again, and we did.
Early February 2017, Peter Vandever’s whereabouts became known. He was staying in a seedy 200 peso per night flophouse called the Ong Bun Pension House in Bacolod City.
In addition to boasting a false claim that he is a skilled photographer of any sort, Peter Vandever has long since been outed as a thief of intellectual property. He was exposed in a big way here, here, here, here, here, and here. To no surprise of anyone who knows Peter, he gets busted yet again.