Perry Noble Publishes Weight Loss Book, But It Appears a Scam

What do you do when you’re in the midst of a nasty divorce, have lost your right to be a full-time dad to your kids, have your church declare you unfit for ministry and hire a Hollywood Public Relations expert to rebuild your reputation? You write a weight loss book, I guess.

Perry Noble just announced his new book, “I Can Win With Weight: A 90-Day Guide to Losing Weight.” We purchased a copy, which is being sold for $7(USD).

When you purchase the book, you get some pretty sweet comps including a 10-day devotional written to help you begin your journey, a custom workout plan (including printouts) to help you get physically fit, access to a private Facebook Group for encouragement and support on your fitness journey, and a workout playlist featuring some of Noble’s favorite songs.

The website includes five tips for getting healthy. You can find them here.

For the record, Perry Noble is not a pastor, because he’s unfit and his ‘church’ consists of those who watch his Facebook ‘sermons.’ He’s also not a certified fitness instructor. Nonetheless, it appears the defunct minister is beginning to rebrand himself as a lifestyle guru. He writes on his website…

I used to HATE the way I looked! I was too embarrassed to take off my shirt at the pool or lake. I felt like nothing fit me right, no matter the clothing line. And I was completely insecure about what other people thought about the way I looked.

The good news is I believe YOU can also win with weight and begin feeling great again! That’s why I wrote this book – to help YOU win with weight!

In I Can Win With Weight, you’ll find…

  • My personal journey from fat to fit.
  • Scientifically-backed information on eating and exercising.
  • The same exercise and eating plans that helped me lose over 40 pounds in 18 months.
  • Spiritual principles to help you live the healthiest life possible.
  • And more!

At least he has some good news. But it’s not the Good News.

Here’s the problem though…we have ordered the eBook (which was self-published, so it appears), but it’s not been delivered. That’s right. It hasn’t been forthcoming. We want to tell you more about the book and a little bit about the private Facebook group designed to help you along your journey, but…until we get it, we have no reason to believe it’s not a sham, a scheme, a swindle. Ebooks are supposed to be delivered, you know…electronically and automatically. That’s how it works.

If Perry Noble ever sends us the book we’ve paid for, we’ll be sure to let you know all about it.

It’s unknown if Noble’s primary weight loss advice is out-of-control alcoholism. It does work wonders, but we wouldn’t recommend it.

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