Exceptional Ron Review – Is Exceptional Ron A Psychic Scam?

I have come across the name ‘Exceptional Ron’ here and there while doing research for my blog. I’ve also had some of my readers request my honest review of him so I decided to take a look and see what I could find.

Well…to say Ron is “exceptional” is quite an understatement! He’s exceptional alright- exceptionally FAKE! Of all the “psychics” I’ve researched before on my quest to bring you only genuine and gifted psychics, Exceptional Ron definitely takes the cake.

When I searched for him, I expected to find a lot of information from past users of his but I didn’t find as many as I thought. Most people were curious about him and trying to find out if he was legitimate or not. There were a few who were concerned because they paid him money and felt like they had gotten ripped off.

He Uses Fear Tactics

Some people were scared because they got an email from him telling them they had a curse on them that he offered to remove from them for a fee. Curses aren’t real so that was my first indication that Exceptional Ron is a scamming fraud.

The fear tactics put him on my radar, right up there with Psychic Esmeralda, Extraordinary Chris, and Maria Medium. However, I wanted to give a fair review of him so I kept digging.

Surprisingly, I did see some positive feedback from people who had paid him and felt that he had helped them out during their time of need. Whether those are real reviews or not, I can’t tell.

When investigating a self-proclaimed psychic, I like to look at their website first because I can get a ton of information from it. I’m glad I did because I got a good laugh out of his biography and his bold claims!

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He Brags About Himself … A LOT!

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It’s been my experience that when a psychic gives themselves boastful and over confident name (Exceptional, Extraordinary, etc.) and brag about themselves excessively, 99% of the time, they’re fraud. Real psychics don’t go around labeling themselves this way. They are humble, down-to-earth and genuine.

His website feels pretty bare and the very first thing you see is his biography. There, he claims that he is one of the most gifted psychics who’s been kept in secret for 30 years. (Insert eye roll here).

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He Has An Unbelievable Life Story

The biography was very badly written and riddled with typos and grammar errors. It says that Ron’s birth circumstances make him and his gifts truly unique. They claim (and I say “they” instead of “he” because the biography wasn’t written from Ron’s own voice, but instead a third person talking about him) that he was born mid-air.

They say that his mother’s country- I’m not sure what country this might be because they never mention it- made an exemption for her to board a transatlantic flight to the United States where her sick husband was living his final days due to “severe cancer.”

The reason she wouldn’t have been allowed to fly if not for the exemption, is because she was VERY pregnant. She was still carrying Ron 25 days past his due date you see. This makes me laugh because they’re basically claiming that he was born almost an entire month late, which is almost impossible.

So, they make exception for his mother due to her husband’s illness and the “voluntary work she did in her country” and she gives birth to him on the flight, somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean. As if that wasn’t extraordinary enough, get this- he also just so happened to be born on a leap year! February 29th.

This all seemed very unlikely to me, but I kept reading…

Fast forward to Ron being a 14-year-old boy who gets his first powerful vision. He visualizes “a very important man, thousands of miles away during his assassination.” The vision was so strong for little Ron that his body couldn’t physically handle it and it put him in a coma for two weeks!

His poor mother traveled from hospital to hospital but no one could find anything wrong with him. Luckily, he woke up unharmed on the fifteenth day and calmly told his mother about the powerful vision he had received.

Well, the “very important man” just so happened to be the President of the United States of America. Ron had exclusive details that only the secret service was privy to, so his mother decided she had to warn the President.

Once cleared of any suspicion, they believed her and assigned extra security to protect the President.

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Lo and behold, teenage Ron saved the President’s life that day!

Turns out that “on the day that could turn tragic for the history of the United States, there was indeed a man arrested for conspiring a terrorist act against the head of the State”. They never tell us which President he supposedly saved, when this allegedly went down, or the name of the terrorist who was arrested. I suppose these aren’t important details?

As you can imagine, word of this exceptional child with extra-sensory perception and visions who saved the President’s life spread like wildfire. Every who’s who in politics wanted to get their hands on this boy. They contacted his mother and made a financial transaction with her. She received a “large sum” of money in exchange for them being able to have Ron all to themselves.

He was to talk to nobody else but them. He even had to be pulled from public school- that’s how special he was to them. Good thing they made this deal too, since not even two weeks after they paid his mother for exclusive rights to him, he discovered an ultra-rare cancer with only a 4% chance of survival in one of the politicians.

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Ron’s Outlandish Story Just Keeps Going

Once again, Ron was a literal lifesaver! His mother tried to protect him and keep him close to home, but it turns out that Ron’s greatness was just too amazing to contain. He had visions of himself traveling the world, learning the secrets of the Universe through the eyes and minds of spiritual masters before him.

He began his spiritual transformation by learning “divinatory sciences and psychic arts” from these masters while backpacking across Asia. He met with well-respected gurus in India, China, Indonesia and Bangladesh. He was soaking up all the information they shared with him Things like, how to read tarot cards, how to read runes, astrology, and how to be clairvoyant.

In fact, Ron’s aura is so exceptional that at one point one of the last gurus of the schools of Vedanta recognized him when he set eyes upon him and immediately gave his seat up for Ron- something that was previously unheard of!

While in Asia, Ron upset the higher spirits of the world by accidentally curing a little boy who couldn’t walk. His legs were physically impaired and locals approached Ron, asking him to step in and help.

Ron spent two months meditating and calling upon higher spirits in total solitude in an effort to fix the boy. Well wouldn’t you know- it worked! Two months later he got news that the little boy was walking again but the higher spirits didn’t like that.

They came to him in a very vivid vision and told him to never again interfere with the physical world on such a deep level. As much as Ron would love to continue fixing physically disabled people, he now has to “kindly decline” when asked, which is often… supposedly.

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All of this traveling and learning made Ron an exceptional medium and allowed him to master the circles of psychic powers like nobody else. He could request visions on command, instead of having to sit back and wait for them to come to him. He could see people’s auras so clearly, and was able to communicate with angels on a whole other level.

Then Ron decided that this year, 2019, is the year that he comes out of hiding and starts helping everyday people, not just the politicians his mother made a deal with.

It’s ok though because he had a vision that those same politicians are going to be so rich soon and they won’t care that he broke free from their special secret pact.

He feels it’s time he starts helping those who truly need spiritual guidance but can’t afford this life-changing advice.

He consults the needy through the Internet only, no face-to-face or over the phone calls. This allows him to focus all his energy on a few special people. He helps these people by using numerology, tarot cards, astrology, rune readings, remote hypnosis, and clairvoyance.

Oh, and he does this all because he truly cares! His biography says that he doesn’t do this for money, he does it simply for the reward of knowing that he is improving people’s lives. He does it for the endless “thank you” emails he receives.

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He’s A Saint, But He’s Forced To Take Your Money

Well, not so much. You see, he does have to charge you for a reading, but not because he WANTS to. He has to take your money to “cover the cost of ingredients required to perform specific rituals.” That happens to be one of the most common psychic scams around.

Your payment is a symbolic amount required in order to “keep the perfect balance of each individual’s spirit in the physical fabrics of the Universe”. It’s not personal, it’s just necessary for your own good.

They end the biography by telling you to clink on a link to get in contact with Ron as soon as possible if you’re having love, money, or happiness issues. You can let him know what you’re suffering with through an email and he’ll let you know how much he’ll have to charge you so he can begin helping you.

You would think then that one would only hear from Ron if they were the ones that contacted him first, but that’s not the case. I have had a lot of people tell me that they have received emails from him, inviting them to hear his “important and shocking revelations.”

In the emails, he says that he is a skilled astrologer and psychic medium, and that he needs to share these revelations with you immediately! You can then follow the link to request your “free” reading.

I tried to find stories of people who did actually get a free reading but everyone ended up having to pay him almost $100.

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For Entertainment Purposes Only

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The whole time I was reading his biography, I honestly could not stop laughing. It was all so funny to me and I kept asking myself if this was purposely meant to be a joke. I had never heard such ridiculous and bold claims before. Well, turns out, Ron and his site are basically a joke because he’s not real and it’s all for “entertainment.”

When I clicked on the terms and conditions of the website, my suspicions were confirmed. Take a look at section 9 titled THE CONTENT:

Ron’s persona, and all other characters involved in the website’s and emails’ content are fictional. The site uses “Ron” (an actor) as a brand-name for the sole purpose of promoting website content and services.

They took the guesswork right out of everything and made my review so easy! If I even had any sliver of belief that Exceptional Ron was a true psychic, they took that idea right out of me.

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Conclusion

Even though I was able to dig deeper and see this admission from them, unfortunately, a lot of people will not see this. They will stumble across him and his website and believe what he is telling them. They will hand over their hard-earned money in the hopes of getting spiritual guidance.

I don’t like that this whole website and his persona are designed to make people believe in him, but all I can do is hope that anyone thinking about consulting him finds my article first. Please, please, please don’t pay for a reading with Exceptional Ron unless you are doing it just for fun and are only trying to be entertained.

If you’re looking for spiritual guidance from genuine and authentic psychics, go with a psychic from one of these highly-reviewed psychic networks. They have been verified, tested, and come with a satisfaction guarantee so you don’t have to worry about being ripped off.

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.

28 Comments
  1. Exceptional Ron is a scam and con artist luckily I didn’t send him any money his whole email about me was all wrong it says online that he is from America yet on the email he sent me it says Czech republic also since I got in touch with him last week 09/06/2020 I have had 100 spam emails it seems to me that they sell your email address to a third party what scumbags they really are

  2. My name is Delores and I got a ‘reading’. I was disappointed because I am not seeking ‘love or romance’ . Even if it is flung in my face I would not want it. I was wanting to know about my career. So this ‘reading’ was all about my potential love life and I was extremely disappointed. Never again!

  3. Dear Ron. this is Craig 03/24/1968 baltimore ma. 2 47am. Do you remember? QAnyway you did a special reading on me with my own torot cards which is weird because I use my own that i use. Well the reason Im writing is because you went off and told me this stuff then you just disapear into the wind. Well now i understand why.After seeing your bio here. Did you even do my reading personally or did you have one of your underlings do it? wow. i;m such a fool, well i should have known better . thanks for lying to me and feeding me all this happy horseshit. Is that what you do to0 people, pump them up with all this stuff , well have a nice life

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    Giselle von Klitzing, pen name Gisela Roediger at Amazon. August 18, 2020 at 8:00 pm

    I have been too a ‘hero’ who saved someone from a burning house and therefore have a Karma credit. And
    probably there is a person who was scammed who saved a kid from the dark water somewhere in the North. and too has a Karma credit. Wonderful for our afterlife! I printed my exceptional Reading as well as his letters and can forward it on request. I am a writer and concider to write a book ‘

    Ouch, I wrote a long sermon and must have clicked the wrong button. I too have saved someone from the fire and therefore have a Karma credit. And, to make it more interesting, I saved a child from the dark water somewhere in the North to get a second Karma credit. JHow wonderful for my afterlife! I am a writer and printed Exceptional Ron’s intensive Reading as well as his letters I can forward on request.

    • Please forward the emails you got from ron. Im broke and obviously desperate. I need real psychic advice and my money is gone now. I sent him $70.00 and now have sent $5.85. If Ron is fake please let me know asap so that i dont waste anymore of my hard earned money. Ive got a coirt case coming up and sent jim the money instead of saving it to pay any fees i may be charged by the court. I feel like a fool. I sure hope ge isnt sending us all the same messages.

  5. Exceptional Ron took my money and never heard from him again. I want my money back. What a scam!!

  6. Wow, this is an interesting sight, when I read this at 6:09pm I said to myself if my neighbor’s rooster crows three x, then you’re right about exceptional Ron. I waited patiently for the rooster to crow. Sorry, it crowed three x’s! So Ron’s a fake!

  7. I am, myself, well versed in tarot, astrology, psychic readings, etc. If you want an honest review from someone “in the biz”, read all the way to the end.

    I got a free reading from “Exceptional Ron” (on 11/15/2020) during a moment of pandemic boredom.

    I filled in a form on “his” website. A few hours later, I got an email confirming my request. It contained a link to a . pdf file of a “hand drawn talisman”, I was to print and keep under my pillow. I did print it, but left it on the printer, purposely.

    I was asked to fill out a web form, which I did. Multiple questions, “do you feel negative energies near you, do you have trouble with relatives, are you afraid of drowning/heights/fire/death/spiders/
    public speaking”. (Those were all actually an option, name a human fear, it was listed.) Any time a reader tries to uncover your fears, esp. upfront, they are running a scam. I answered “no” to anything fear based.

    At the end , the form asked for anything else Ron “needs to know” to help me.
    I wrote “I don’t believe in hexes, curses, bad luck, demons, or ancestral spirits. ”

    Then I waited, to see what he’d say, since I made it clear, fear tactics won’t work on me. BUT RON CAME THROUGH! (sarcasm). My free reading began by thanking me for printing out the hand drawn talisman (which was b&w, fuzzy, copy of a copy, of a copy, of something NOT hand drawn). Note, also, obviously something is embedded in the link to let him know when you click it. Big red flag.

    His free reading said I had incredible opportunity ahead of me to be wealthy, but I needed “a guide” and his “visions” etc told him he was the one I needed. But he needed to go deeper than the free reading, which was rather detailed, (but had errors, like giving the wrong ruling planet for my astrological sun sign).
    And now…the “hook”….
    For a “donation” of $97 ($300 off the usual fee) to cover the “gold dust, rare clay, Himilayan salt, and beeswax” he needed to do a ritual to protect my incoming “luck period”, he would drop all of his famous, secret clients and work just for little old me.
    I promise you, if you go buy a deck of tarot cards and a book on astrology, you will get better, more truthful info than from this ring of eastern Euro based scammers. 10/10 on the Con Artist scale.

    • He only charged money but nothing positive thing happened, even things changed worse , he guarantee for money return , but no responsibility and nothing return , yes, pay for rare ingredients , …same story , same negative wave , shield from new year …, every reading is no free charges but charges , but didn’t solve problem , only money pay again and again , one by one ,even 3 times a months for different programme …so don’t trust any psychic any more to protect yourself for safety and security …

    • This is almost word-for-word what happened to me too. Except it’s been two years and I’m finally figuring out that it is a scam. Definitely don’t fall for this!

  8. How can I get my money back

    • If you read the fineprint (the Terms Of Service), you will see that you have *14 days* to get a refund for a transaction made. If it’s longer than 14 days, I am guessing they’re not going to issue a refund.
      I doubt credit card companies do much when it comes to being scammed by psychics because it seems to be such a common thing (that most people don’t want to talk about because they feel ashamed) …but anyway, you can always try asking your credit card company if (un) “Exceptional Ron” won’t issue you a refund.

  9. Angela,

    I am really grateful you wrote this review here.
    When I “met” Ron 2 years ago, I looked him up to see if I could verify his identity and there wasn’t much written about him at all. A few people – a few things, here and there,
    And the only things I found were actually people who vouched for him and said they had been helped by him!
    So….two years later, I am finally seeing more evidence that points to the contrary, and also realizing that I have been scammed myself.

    There were “holes” in the messages I’d receive from him, and definitely red flags…but I somehow kept convincing myself that it was all good and legit still. Or at least. its what I wanted to believe (of course, that’s how they catch anyone! we believe what we want to believe …. even people who read all these comments about how “not real” ron is, still want to believe he is really going to help them)

    I will admit, I was really depressed and at the last thread of my lifeline …I felt like I just wanted to die, and I really did feel like he “pulled me out of my depression”. And perhaps he did! Sometimes, even if it’s not truth we’re given, it can help… maybe not in the long run, but in the moment.

    However, even though there have been moments where I would say I was truly helped by Ron, I still believe 100% that he is a fraud and a scammer now. “He” is not even a “He”.

    One question I have for you though is this…when you posted the Terms of Service (9. The Content) specifically..I went and checked for myself, and the way I see it currently is this:

    “9. WITHDRAWAL

    Either Party may withdraw from these GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS at any time by means of a simple written notice to the other Party giving at least 15 (fifteen) days’ notice. It is understood that, even in cases of withdrawal, the Company reserves the right to cancel or suspend the User’s account.”

    There is NO “Number 9. The Content” that I can see. I read the entire thing…so are we reading different Terms of Service? Or did whoever is behind this all, change that??

    This brings up another red flag for me, because as I was receiving readings from him for the last two years (And I have received over 20 different emails/readings from him I’d say!!!) in one of them, I happened to notice something (another moment where I started doubting him…among many others)
    When I clicked on the link that brought me to another page where his reading was, there were “Lucky Numbers” On this page. and The “Lucky Numbers” were all listed for each days of the week and months of the year and such… like specific ones for each day.
    But when I clicked the link a second time (because I decided I wanted to write all these numbers down so I could have them close by and remember them!) THE NUMBERS WERE DIFFERENT.

    I feel like it was total CHANCE that I even happened to notice that.
    So it caught my attention and I went back to my email and clicked the link again, which brought me again to the reading, and the reading was the same (the words) but again, the lucky numbers were different.

    And every single time I clicked the link they would change.
    So I thought “okay, that is super strange!” (that should have been the moment I just said “f*ck this” and left! but wow, sometimes we humans can be so slow… lol)
    So I wrote him asking what this was all about
    And it was never responded to directly.
    He wrote a lot of other things after that, but not a direct response to my question about the changing numbers.
    I even asked one more time, and he still didn’t respond.
    But he responded with others words about other readings and such…

    Anyway, all this is to say, there was stuff like this over the past two years that happened … and I’d sometimes ask “him” direct questions about doubts I was having because of things I was seeing that didn’t quite make sense or line up…but they wouldn’t be answered. And I’d just forget to even ask again…and because he’d probably write some compelling stuff (manipulative speech, etc) afterward, I’d just forget about it and continue on believing everything he was saying.

    SO. ANYONE READING THIS : DON’T FALL FOR THIS
    I have for 2 years. and yes, it has helped sometimes when I was in my really really low moments and wanting to commit suicide, but honestly almost anything would have helped at that point if someone was offering it!! … but ultimately, I’d rather be helped by someone who is actually upfront about who they are and honest about everything.

    Or if you are going to choose to fall for this, just read all these comments first about people who have had these experiences (been sent the exact same readings, word for word — or had “fishy things” happen that created some doubt that Ron is who he says he is, etc).

  10. Hope everyone never fall into such psychic scam and murdering trap , collecting money ,no refund return , at last when you realise this fool trick , and no intention to continue , he would revenge to take your breath from your heart by evil trick .

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