Angela Moore
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want to welcome you to my little site on the Internet. My name is Angela Moore. On this website I expose the tricks that fake tarot card readers use to con people out of money, and help people find a real tarot reader.

If you're like me you've probably spent a lot of time searching the Internet for tarot card readings and ended up with a huge list of supposed "expert" tarot readers. Tarot readers are literally everywhere, do you know which one will read the cards accurately, and provide you with solid answers to your questions?

Thanks to the poor economy there are an increasing number thieves, and con artists out there claiming to be a legitimate and experienced tarot card reader. I see more and more news articles about honest people that have been conned out of everything they own by a scammer that claims they are giving an honest tarot card reading. It frustrates me, but it happens every day.

Usually people don't report it like they should because they are embarrassed. I know because I was there. A few years ago I was conned out of every penny I had by a con-artist team! That's exactly why I started this blog, to help you get straight answers on tarot card readings.

OK Angela, how do I get a real Tarot reading?

I have to admit, I'm a bit of a tarot card junkie. In my lifetime I've had hundreds of tarot card readings. I've gotten free tarot readings, readings at psychic fairs, very expensive tarot readings from self-proclaimed "world famous" psychics, and even the palm readers you see in just about every town in America. I have used them all, and frankly, most of the things these "psychics" supposedly saw in the cards were just an elaborate scheme to take everything I owned, and leave me washed up and broke.

Here's how you can spot a fake Tarot reader:

  • Your tarot card reading always ends with the need to buy things to help you. For example they need your money to buy special candles or medallions to help you, or an additional fee to pray for you.
  • If they tell you that your property is cursed. Things such as expensive clothes, cars, or sometimes even money. Fake tarot readers will tell you that your cash, jewelry or clothes are cursed and that you should give it to them to lift the curse.
  • If they tell you that your family is cursed or has been cursed for 100's of years, but they can remove the curse for more money. There is no such thing as a curse! There is no such thing as a "black card" or "evil card" in any tarot deck, ever.
  • If your tarot reader asks you a lot of questions instead of giving you a lot of answers, avoid them! This tactic is to leave you wondering which in turn makes you come back and spend more money. Your questions should always be answered when you leave, otherwise you didn't get what you paid for.

Despite all this there are real, legitimate tarot card readings online. Knowing where to find them is the key. Out of the 100's of tarot readings I've received, I've only found one sure-fire way to make sure you get someone you can trust, and that is to go through a company that screens tarot card readers and lets customers leave reviews, ratings and comments for each reader.

I've had the best experience with the tarot readers at Psychic Source. The reason they are the best is because only 1 out of 20 psychics that apply are given the opportunity to work there. This strict screening process means you get only the best tarot readings, from expert tarot readers. Don't take my word for it though, be sure to read the reviews that customers have left here on my site and decide for yourself.

Best Wishes,
Angela