Doreen Virtue uses the alias ‘ByHisGrace‘ on Amazon. (ETA 27 July – She has now changed this alias to ‘Trust in the Lord.’) She was found commenting on reviews of her own book ‘The Joy of Jesus’ with her alias, as a third person, berating a couple of people who had given a 1-star reviews. In the top right-hand corner of the photo collage above, you can see Doreen Virtue wearing the top she reviewed under the alias ‘ByHisGrace’ for one of her daily Bible study videos.
In one instance, she even managed to get the 1-star review she didn’t like deleted THREE times. Scroll down to the 1-star review by Joel *** to see what happened. The reason she didn’t like Joel’s review was that he testified that he had absolutely NOT received a refund for the monthly rescue ranch donations he had made.
ETA 24 Aug, 2018: *** Since this has now been deleted (nothing like a bit of social media pressure to get people to try to cover their tracks!), I’m adding a screenshot of Joel’s original review along with the one he posted after the first review was deleted and Doreen Virtue’s (By His Grace) reply:
Doreen Virtue promises in the book that refunds had begun as soon as the Virtues left the rescue ranch in October 2017. To date, June 2018, none of the people that we are in touch with have been refunded. Joel who donated rather sizeable sums regularly would surely have been top of the list of priority donors to refund?
Sadly, the donor who was undergoing cancer treatment at the time she got scammed by Doreen has not been refunded yet either.
Unfortunately, I can no longer use Amazon due to their blatant lack of ethics. I brought to their attention that ‘ByHisGrace’ was in fact the author of the book herself. Not only did she use her shopping alias to harass reviewers who didn’t like her book, she has used it to give her son Grant Virtue a 5-star review on a New Age book (yes, after her supposed conversion!).
I don’t know about you but the irony of an alias like ‘ByHisGrace’ is not lost on me… Sadly, Doreen Virtue makes a very poor case for Christ with her actions.
Zaccheus stopped and said to the Lord, “Behold, Lord, half of my possessions I will give to the poor, and if I have defrauded anyone of anything, I will give back four times as much.”