Elissa Psychic Review – Is Psychic Elissa A Scam?

At the time that a reader asked me about a psychic calling herself Elissa Psychic, I hadn’t heard of her. I then started getting more and more requests for my opinion on her so I decided to investigate this psychic.

She’s been making her rounds on the internet and I think it’s important to know if she’s real or not. My research actually turned up several psychics with the name Elissa and Allissa. All of them but one seemed legitimate so she’s the one I decided to look into more in-depth.

I discovered that elissa-psychic.com is just another psychic scam website among hundreds. Nothing about Elissa Psychic is true. I want to share what I found with anyone who’s considering a reading from her.

Who Is This Woman Pretending To Be A Psychic?

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The Elissa Psychic scam is no different than the Esmeralda Psychic, William Guardian Angel, Extraordinary Chris, or Celeste Angelic Medium scams. They are all so generic and predictable when it comes to stealing money from people.

Her website states that she is a medium with more than 20 years of experience. It says she can help you prosper by talking to Guardian Angels. She claims to be gifted by God in her abilities and that this allows her to fix your life.

As I mentioned before, there are several psychics named Elissa. One of them in particular was very annoyed because the fake Elissa is using the real one’s name and pretending to be her in emails. I believe fake Elissa is trying to capitalize on a real psychic who already built a reputation for herself.

The fake psychic’s “about me” page on her website really doesn’t give any personal information about her. Aside from saying she has years of experience and can talk to angels, the about me section is just her telling me how her services can fix my life.

That’s really not the place to try to convince me how much I’ll benefit by contacting her for a reading! That’s the place for her to make herself known to me. This is where she should tell me about her psychic experiences. It’s the place where I would expect her to give me stories of the people she’s helped.

This is where she should attempt to familiarize herself with me and tell me about her life. The lack of personal information makes her lose all credibility to me and was my first red flag.

Is There Anything True Or Authentic About Her?

Sadly, there is nothing real about the Elissa Psychic in the photo below. In fact, even the photo of her isn’t real! Or rather, it is a real photo of an actual person but it is NOT an Elissa Psychic. The image is a stock photo purchased by the company behind Elissa Psychic.

This company is a digital marketing corporation called Sl Digital. They created her, marketed her, and plastered her all over the internet. They’re the ones spamming people’s inboxes with her urgent-sounding emails.

The company wanted to make Elissa seem warm, personable, caring, and happy. They went to a stock photo purchasing site like stockphotos.com or stock.adobe.com to find the perfect face for the scam. They chose this photo because the woman fits the bill.

The real woman in the photo is a model who got paid to be photographed in different poses and outfits. After she received payment, she had no idea or concern about what her photo would be used for. In this case, it happened to be used to pass as a psychic named Elissa Psychic.

Another red flag for me was the fact that not even the address they give for Elissa Psychic is real. The website lists her address as:

1234 Divi St. #1000

San Francisco, CA. 95123

This address doesn’t exist anywhere and 95123 isn’t even the zip code for San Francisco! The whole thing is extremely shady and makes them completely untrustworthy to me. Why lie about your address if you have nothing to hide??

I don’t believe anything about Elissa Psychic after learning about the stock photo images and the fake address.

The Emails She Sends


Elissa Psychic is just like all the other psychic scammers I’ve reviewed on my “psychic scams and how to avoid them” page. Her main goal is to take advantage of vulnerable people. The minute you sign up for the “free” reading, you’re letting her in to prey on your emotions. She’ll give you generic and useless “readings” which are just the a for Sl Digital to harass you.

Once they have your email address they try and scare you into paying them for a more detailed reading. They’ll try to grab your attention by making everything seem urgent. They make you think your life is going to suffer tremendously if you don’t contact her soon. This is a classic psychic scam that’s very effective on those of us who are confused and too trusting.

The fact that she only provides email readings is yet another red flag. I don’t trust anyone I can’t directly talk to during my time of need. Nowhere on the website does it give a phone number where she can be reached for human-to-human chats. I want to at least be able to call and speak to someone directly.

I also like to video chat or talk through instant messaging when I’m not able to talk on the phone. Neither of these is an option With Elissa. I need to feel like my psychic advisor and I are on the same page. It’s important to me that the time I am requesting from them is spent focusing on me and my questions.

This isn’t possible through email only. I want to be able to ask a question and have it answered immediately, not days later. At that point, they’ve had time to look me up and learn things about me or just make things up.

The Lack Of Real Reviews


Anytime I’m looking into a psychic scam, one of the first things I do is search for real reviews left by real people. This isn’t ever a problem when the psychic is authentic and truly gifted. Not surprisingly, I couldn’t find anything real about this Elissa Psychic. That tells me she was recently fabricated and created.

She hasn’t been around for over 20 years as her website claims. If she was as experienced and gifted as she says, there would be a lot more information about her online. There would be both positive and negative discussions about her on the websites I look at when researching a psychic.

There are only about three “testimonials” on her website and that isn’t very assuring to me. The fact is before recently, no one has even heard of this particular Elissa. This just confirms that the company behind her character, Sl Digital, came up with her just recently. Everything about her website screams SCAM to me!

These marketing companies produce fake psychics faster than I can keep up with because that’s their whole business model. Create a fake psychic, advertise them as much as possible, post them all over the internet as a gifted psychic, offer people a free reading, then get their email address and spam the heck out of them.

They try everything possible to convince trusting people to pay for readings. Meanwhile, the “psychic” doesn’t actually exist. Customers are talking to an automated bot or a worker behind a desk replying to people’s personal issues and problems.

She Is Nothing Like A Real Psychic

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I want to reiterate what I said before about there being A LOT of psychics out there named Elissa or Allissa. I don’t want people to think I’m discrediting any of them besides this fake Elissa. The one at the website I mentioned and whose photos I’ve shown.

The others are legitimate psychics who you could actually consult in person if you live in their area. One is in New Mexico, another is in Australia, one is in Florida, etc. They are actual people whose photographs match who they really are and were not bought off of stock image websites.

The Elissa I’m talking about has zero qualities of an authentic psychic reader. Genuine psychics, like the ones I use and recommend on my reviews page, don’t scare you into consulting them. They’ll never reach out to you then start spamming you nonstop. They know that if you have a question or a problem you need help with, you’ll reach out to them.

All the psychic networks I personally use and recommend below test and verify the psychics who work with them. They abide by a code of ethics and that removes the shady tricks and games psychic scammers love to use. They are simply there to advise you when you decide to reach out to them and give you honest guidance.

We all go through hard times in our lives where we need to talk to an intuitive. Knowing who to trust can be difficult. That’s why I created this website in the first place. I’ve been there and don’t want it to happen to anyone else. I’ve broken down the most reliable psychics for you here.

No matter who you decide to speak to, please avoid this Elissa Psychic at all costs!!

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Angela Moore founded Psychic Review Online in 2008 after being scammed out of her life savings by a psychic con artist. Since then she has devoted her time to rooting out the frauds and helping people find a real psychic reader.

  1. Hello, I am Elissa Heyman, my business in Santa Fe NM is “Psychic Counseling and Spiritual Healing – Elissa Heyman”, and I spend some time almost every day revealing to people that when they contact me, thinking I have been sending them email letters from “elissa-psychic”, they have been frauded and have only been communicating with a computer bot, a software program that gets activated when the unwitting victim enters their birth data on the scam site. If anyone guarantees their work, know you are dealing with a scam. Some people have spent a thousand dollars on this scam. It gets very nasty and threatening. I’ve tried to stop it for years, and it is all over the world, but the internet at least in the U.S., is not regulated and so it’s up to individuals to take action. If you’ve been scammed by elissa-psychic scam site, get in touch with your credit card company and report the charges as fraud. Many people have gotten their money back. If you want to read what a real psychic writes as guidance to people, please go to [links_not_allowed], and there are free guided meditations there as well to help you get in touch with your own intuition.

    • Thank you for that information. My bank wants their clients to first contact the creditors or the ones paid first, then the bank. But in this case, i did try to email that and no such found. So I will have to contact my bank to stop those recurring payments.

  2. Absolutely Scam , really took me by surprise receiving emails from my old ex claiming to be psychic, and was going to solve all my worldy problems for a fee a amazing 👎

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    ball monokuma is epic December 1, 2020 at 5:58 pm

    To be honest this is not shocking at all that they were a scam. Probably a few weeks ago, I went to her website and signed up to get readings and stuff and, I’m not sure if its a bot but it seems like it is, they kept spamming my inbox and I started getting suspicious because in each email they sort of beg for money a lot for a special reading. Gladly I didn’t spend any money on them since I would rather spend it on stuff I actually want. I still their emails to this day and honestly after looking at this article I’m starting to get annoyed of it. I hope no one else falls for this :<

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    ball monokuma is epic December 1, 2020 at 6:03 pm

    Also another thing that just seemed off about them is that they cost so much just for a special reading! There was no way I’d actually buy that garbage. Honestly all of these psychic scams are just plain out sad. You have to be a loser and a unempathetic person to ever taint someone else’s feelings in exchange for money.

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      ball monokuma is epic1 December 1, 2020 at 6:06 pm

      Also I myself sort of fallen for this, but I didn’t spend no money at all. To be honest I just wanted to see if it was actually legit, turns out it isn’t and honestly im not shocked at all, her so called ‘readings’ sounded very weird and all her emails she was basically begging for money, I never gave then money because I’d rather get something I personally want then giving a random person I’m unaware of 30 dollars. Honestly I hope people do their research before doing this. It’s very sad. :<

  5. I was foolish enough to let her talk to me. About my health which is genuinely pretty scary at the moment and I am waiting to start a very expensive infusion.I said No to her her address is Gibraltar!.Just had my cc come and been charged but for NOTHING paid #45.00 but she still has my number! She was really pushy

  6. I am so sorry that I didn’t see this site before I went ahead and sent this woman my $50.00. All I got for that money was a PICTURE of a St. Michael on my computer screen. I was expecting to receive something physical in the mail, a medallion, a medal, a token or SOMETHING, ANYTHING! I am so angry I could just scream. Yep, my fault really because I didn’t check her out first. But it was late, I was sad and feeling sorry for myself and I have a special affinity for St. Michael and I thought ok, even if it is just a Catholics medal I could use this as a meditation piece. Instead I got a computer image of a medal. Please everyone stay away from this woman and don’t get taken like I did!

  7. Re the on-going Elissa-psychic scam, the reviewer refers to “Elissa-psychic” as “her” and “she” – there is no Elissa-psychic, it is all fake info on a scam site, and that’s why there are no reviews. It is not just $50 people are losing; some people are losing THOUSANDS. I talked to two internet fraud specialists from Belarus and Russia, and they told me that processing companies like Paypal can refuse to process payments to scam sites, but victims must report it and keep contacting the banks and money processors to make this fraud stop, and to get their money back. I am still called daily about this scam with people reading my reviews on Yelp, Google, etc., and mistaking me for the fraud.

  8. Are there any reliable psychics anywhere? For example, why are they all in California? I’ve been contacted by Elissa, Padre, Maria, Bethea, and Gabriel. However, I have noticed in some of the communications that some of them seem to be speaking as though they were from another country with broken English. If they are using a computer program, how are they speaking as though they are foreigners? I am very skeptical, but each one of these people have told me the same things, and one of them has given me numbers for gambling, telling me which days are the best for using the numbers. With this one I have printed out everything she sent to me. Her approach was very kind, humble, and thoroughly convincing. All of these people have pinpointed some specific things about me that match up in each reading. I keep wondering if they know each other. I don’t make a habit of discussing my personal life online or socially, like on Facebook. The one in particular, who seems so authentic, I have looked up some of the things she mentioned, like Beings of Light. Much to my surprise, there were a lot of heavy articles about these beings, going all the way back to Adam and Eve and the angels who were thrown down to earth when the flood of Noah’s day came.


  9. Refund 197.00 and 69.00 have no email i approved 69.00 not 197.00

  10. I am not interested in Elissa sending me Email iwould like this stopped my faith and trust is in my God above

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