Master Abram Review – Is Master Abram A Psychic Scam?
There’s a new psychic making his rounds online by the name of Master Abram. I decided to research him because I keep seeing his name and ads all over the place.
There is so much fraud in the psychic field so I like to investigate any new psychic I hear about. The last thing I want is for me or anyone interested in a psychic reading to get scammed by a fake psychic.
I have to admit, Master Abram does a pretty good job trying to come across as a legitimate psychic. It was only after extensive research that I concluded that he is just another psychic scam. This article explains why I came to that conclusion.
Some Information About Abram
Master Abram’s website claims that he is a Master Clairvoyant, Sensitive Psychic, and Expert in the Arts of Divination. It says that he has been helping people live their best lives for over 30 years. His childhood story sounds just like that of all the other fraudulent psychics I’ve reviewed:
He was a normal boy until around the age of 10. At that point, “something” happened that night that he can’t fully explain. He says he remembers falling into a deep sleep and then began trembling uncontrollably from head to toe. Although he was conscious, he was unable to open his eyes or wake up.
Then all of a sudden, he began seeing visions. First of knights on horses during a battle, then of men and women suffering and looking to him for help. Out of nowhere, a huge flash of light filled his eyes and penetrated his mind.
This flash changed his life forever because it was at that point that he began making predictions. He supposedly travelled around the world to become the person he was meant to be. He states to live for magic, pure esotericism and astral communication.
While I’m not saying that this story is not plausible or believable, I AM saying that I don’t believe that this is his story. I got way too many red flags during my research that lead me to believe that his whole image and persona are a fabricated lie.
Red Flag #1- He Lies About Free Readings
One of the very first things that stood out to me from Abram’s website was how the link to his “free consultation” was at the very top of the page, before anything else. It was even before his life story and his (I’m sure fake) testimonials. Then again towards the bottom he has another tab pushing his “free” reading.
I’ve had a lot of psychic readings over the years and I’ve learned that authentic psychics don’t pretend to offer their services for free. This is one of the biggest giveaways that someone is trying to scam you.
Genuine psychics have a real skill, provide a real service, and get paid just like everyone else does who has a unique talent. Word travels fast when a psychic has proven themselves to be the real deal and are often in high demand.
They don’t have to lower themselves or offer themselves at no cost because they aren’t begging for your business. Their reputations precede them and they have made a name for themselves selling an honest service at a fair price.
They are often in high demand and consider this is their life’s calling. They usually focus all their time and energy on growing and expanding their gifts and deserve to get paid for them just like everyone else.
Master Abram claims that he offers his services for free because he “can and he must” help others solve their troubles. He supposedly wants to use his extraordinary powers to change people’s lives.
He basically admits that in order to do this, first he needs to get you in the door by enticing you with a free reading. Even though I already knew in my mind he was fake, I decided to sign up for his free reading anyways.
I’m glad I did because it confirmed everything I already suspected. Just like other fake psychics, his “free reading” is nothing more than an email asking me to pay for a more detailed reading.
His very first email to me was him telling me that I am going to win a fortune in less than a month. There was ZERO personal or meaningful information about me or my life.
It was literally an email telling me that if I want to know about my future, I need to pay up. First the cost was “57,00 USD” and then in later emails it was reduced to “45,00 USD” and then “24,00 USD.”
I guess I should just be glad that he showed me his true colors right from the start. A lot of the fake psychics I’ve reviewed kept trying to make up a bunch of generic information about me to convince me. At least Master Abram didn’t try very hard at that.
He is also very pushy and aggressive with his emails and I don’t like that at all. He literally sends me an email EVERY SINGLE DAY reminding me that I need to pay him so that I can know my future. Does this sound like something a genuine psychic would need to do??
Red Flag #2- He Was Created By A Marketing Company
While digging around, I discovered that his website is actually run by a marketing company. It suddenly became clear why he had so much free time to harass people.
The person behind Master Abram isn’t a person at all. Him and the website are actually a company called ‘Andromeda Technologies Ltd.’ This company created Master Abram’s whole existence.
They came up with his name, his backstory, his supposed talents, and bought a stock photo for his image. The picture of the person who is supposedly Master Abram is actually just a male model who got paid for his headshot.
This same image is available for purchase on Adobe stock to anyone who will pay for it! How can I trust anything that comes from this “psychic” after discovering this?!
The marketing company that created and owns him are based out of Malta as stated under their terms of service:
Andromeda Technologies Ltd
Vision Exchange Building
Territorial Street, Mriehel BKR 3000
I’ve learned that you absolutely CANNOT trust any psychic businesses based out of countries like Malta, Hong Kong, or Gibraltar. These countries are safe havens for psychic scammers.
They have no rules, regulations, or punishment against this type of fraud. On the contrary, they actually PROTECT scamming businesses and give them huge tax breaks. Scammers love doing business here.
Red Flag #3- He Only Does Email Readings
As I mentioned before, I’m no stranger when it comes to psychic readings. Once I learned what I needed to look out for in order to avoid being scammed, I began trying different psychics.
It didn’t take me long to realize that in order to have a good reading, you really have to communicate with your psychic in real time. This could be by talking on the phone, chatting with them online, video messaging with them, or even texting with them.
There is honestly no way you can get valuable information from a psychic through just email. The process only works if there’s two-way communication happening on the spot. A “psychic” who claims to be able to help you by taking your money from an email they sent you is definitely a red flag.
There are so many little things that go into a reading. The psychic being able to ask you questions and you answering them then and there is one of the most important ones.
You also don’t want any delays in communication because this gives scammers a chance to look you up online and dig up some info on you. They can then present this information to you as if they felt or sensed it.
A genuine psychic would never do that. That’s why you really need to talk to them in a normal conversational manner without long delays in between their answers. Over the phone or video messaging are great options for ensuring you’re not being tricked in this way.
Red Flag #4- The Poor Quality Of His Readings
The things above were enough to convince me that Master Abram is a psychic scam but I kept researching. I tried to give him and his readings the benefit of the doubt and have him surprise me but he just never did.
The opposite actually happened. Each email he (or actually the marketing company) sent were more and more desperate than the last. He never even pretended to have anything of value to tell me. His emails were so meaningless and generic.
They all lacked true human emotion. All he kept trying to do was convince me that I’m not living my life to my best potential and that only he can help me finally find the right path.
The emails kept pushing for me to pay for my “Complete Study of the Fortunate Life”. I might’ve paid it if any of his other “readings” had moved me or convinced me in anyway that he was real but he never did.
As I mentioned earlier, the price for this life-changing study kept changing, one day it would be $57, one day $45, one day $24, etc. Each time the price was a ‘special offer’ price. The whole thing just reeks of fraud and despair. He would try to tell me that he has my whole life planned out in specific steps and that I need to pay to learn them all.
I know that nobody can plan my life out for me in steps but myself. If a psychic ever tries to convince you that they can see your future, please run away from them! Genuine psychics like the ones found on my favorite psychic networks don’t try to do this. They are simply there to use their heightened gifts and intuition to help you figure out your life.
They ask the right questions and have a unique way of interpreting your answers. They also push you to find the right questions to ask them. You work as a team with the psychic and grow in the process. You don’t call them to have them tell you everything that will happen. We all have free will and are in charge of our own lives.
Real psychics should just be consulted for advice on specific issues or problems you’re experiencing. They can’t tell you if you’ll win the lottery, when you’ll get married, if you’ll have a child or not.
What they CAN do is tell you the best way for you to reach your financial goals, what kind of spouse to look for that would match your specific personality type, whether being a parent is right for you or not, etc.
Please don’t be fooled by psychic scammers like Master Abrams, Extraordinary Chris, Magellan, Celeste Angelic Medium or others like them. Check out my Psychic Scams And How To Avoid Them section to learn more about who to stay away from.
For genuine psychics you can trust and count on, check out my reviews page or click the red box below!