Psychics can help your life in many different ways. Whether it’s preparing for a trip, making important relationship decisions, or helping you manage a career change.
When reaching out to a psychic, they must work in your best interest.
People commonly consult their psychic when they’re about to undergo a major life change or make an important decision.
They also consult them when they’re confused or upset about things going on in their lives. We all experience difficult times, and we need to know the psychic we choose will look out for us.
Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Some psychics are only in it for power and money.
Learning you’ve been scammed by a fake psychic is frustrating and heartbreaking, especially when you trusted the psychic for years.
The first thing to remember is that psychic scams are extremely common. Remember, it isn’t your fault if you’ve been a psychic scam victim.
Don’t let it dissuade you from contacting a genuine psychic. If you get caught up in a psychic scam, immediately cut off all contact with them and let others know.
To avoid being scammed in the first place, avoid in-person psychics when possible. They’ve learned all the ways to scam people.
They can read your body language, voice changes, eye movements, etc. They don’t have true psychic skills like online or phone psychics.
Be sure to use a network of telephone or online psychics with a proven track record and accountability to a company. These psychics have been vetted, tested, and verified for you by the network.
Go to their websites and read their profiles to find the one you like most. I’ve compared the most trustworthy online psychic sites for you here.
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Psychic Scam #1 – Cold Readings aka “The Guesser”
A cold reading is when your psychic makes a bunch of random guesses. I call them “guessers” because that’s all they are; they’re just pretending to be gifted so they can take your money.
They can’t pick up and read your energy and lack the deep intuition and powerful instincts that real psychics are born with.
Their lack of actual gifts makes them unable to help you in any meaningful way. They can’t help you devise a personalized plan to fix your problem.
They can’t help you make the future you dream of a reality. The guesser has trained themselves to read between the lines.
They learned how to coax information out of you without you knowing. They then use this information to convince you they know what they’re talking about. That’s called a “cold reading.”
Sometimes they guess correctly during a cold reading based on your previous answers, which convinces you that they’re the real deal, and you keep giving them more information.
Often, the information you provide them reveals your deepest fears and desires. These “psychics” feed into those fears and desires and use them against you.
They tell you the things you want to hear instead of giving you valuable advice based on actual psychic abilities.
The best way to avoid a guesser is to only go through psychic sites that were referred to you by someone you trust or who has been extensively reviewed.
The best way to avoid a guesser is to only go through psychic sites that were referred to you by someone you trust or who someone has extensively reviewed.
Two Easy Ways To Spot A “Guesser”
- Keep track of the advice and information that your psychic gives you. If the information is continually wrong over a month or two, then you have a guesser.
- Another way to tell is if the psychic starts trying to sell you on special chants or spells that can eliminate your negative energy.
A good psychic knows that chants and spells do not remove bad energy. A psychic is there to read your energy and warn you about pending problems, not to do chants and spells.
They use your energy to help you find the best solution or make the best decision for you. If your psychic tries to charge you high rates for getting rid of bad energy, they are a guesser.
They’ll lie to you and try everything they can to scam you. They don’t have your best intentions and are only looking to take advantage of you. Run away from these types as fast as possible!
Psychic Scam #2 – Fear Tactics, Possessions And Curses
The 2nd most common scam is using demonic possessions or telling you you’re cursed.
For example, a psychic trying to scam you will tell you that a demonic spirit is following you, and they’ll then say they can remove the spirit through a series of expensive ceremonies.
Unfortunately, these “rituals” are elaborate and dragged out as long as possible. The scammer will string you along for weeks, months, or sometimes even years! It can be a very emotionally draining experience.
The psychic will tell you that first, you need to purchase exotic and pricey herbs, totems, expensive candles, jewelry, pendants, and stones.
They’ll then prescribe ceremonies for you to do on your own. After that, they’ll create a series of rituals they’ll perform on you for several large, up-front payments.
Fake psychics always insist on more frequent readings without any discount. It’s quite the opposite when it comes to payment.
The psychic may insist that the readings are getting more intense and will raise the cost of each session.
The fake psychic will hone in on your bad experiences during a series of readings. They will ask you to discuss those experiences in great detail and notice your reaction.
Over time, the psychic forces enough of these discussions that you begin to believe that you are cursed. It would be best to stop speaking to the psychic immediately when they mention curses.
You or your loved ones are not cursed because there’s no such thing as curses. Don’t fall for this age-old trick.
Psychic Scam #3 – The “Cursed Egg” Trick
That’s a common one, and it’s not always an egg.
Psychics who engage in scams have a variety of methods for tricking you because they know you rely on them for important advice and take advantage of you.
The cursed egg scam is part of an elaborate deception designed to steal wealth from the client by having the client bring the wealth to the scammer.
That sleight-of-hand trick involves a trusting client and an opportunistic criminal.
The scam begins with the psychic convincing you that you’re cursed and that your money or possessions are the reason why.
It plays on the guilty notion that some people have when they make a lot of money or are financially successful.
They make you feel bad for your fortune and try to convince you that money is the root of all evil.
To prove their point, the psychic asks the client to bring an egg to one of the readings. They tell the client that they are cursed if they find anything besides yolk in the egg.
The psychic then cracks the egg and uses a sleight of hand and distraction to trick you. Then, the con artist carefully drops red dye or human hair into the bowl with the cracked egg.
When the client sees the egg they brought from home has foreign materials, just as the psychic said it would, it convinces them they’re cursed.
The psychic then tells them to go home and gather all their money, credit cards, jewelry, and other expensive possessions they own.
They instruct them to meet them in a ritual spot where they’ll destroy everything. When you arrive with your valuables, the fake psychic gets to work.
They distract you and switch the bag of money and goods with a load of newspapers. The worthless newspaper is destroyed before you, making you believe you’re free now.
You’ll feel better, thinking you’ve shed your financial burden and guilt and have redeemed yourself.
Meanwhile, the psychic keeps the money, credit cards, and jewelry they hid from you. They do this repeatedly with as many clients as they can break down and convince.
It may sound crazy to give your valuables to a psychic, but they are REALLY good at convincing you to hand them over and making you believe they’re doing you a favor.
Psychic Scam #4 – Aggressive Psychics That Can’t Control Their Emotions
When fake psychics want to go for big money, they’ll have no problem taunting, yelling, or threatening you. They’ll do whatever it takes to get your money and won’t take no for an answer.
They’ll be rude and condescending when you tell them you want to go home and think about it first.
It’s not uncommon for them to threaten to put a curse on your loved ones. They’ll make scary threats and make you feel like you don’t care about your family if you don’t pay up.
They’ll also try to scare you into believing that bad health will fall onto you or a family member unless you come up with the money. These are all very cold-hearted and aggressive tactics.
Sometimes they have someone else in the room to team up on you, usually a family member, like the mother/daughter team that got me for $2200 a few years ago.
Other times they will bring in another “client” that vouches for their tactics. This person isn’t another client; they’re in on the scam.
They will set it up to where the “client” is walking in simultaneously with you, and they sing the psychic’s praises. They’ll tell you that the psychic fixed their life and that you’re making a good decision.
Don’t Fall Into The Scammers Trap
The important thing to take away from this is not to let yourself become a victim. I know how easy it can be to fall for their trap when you need answers.
I’ve been there too, but you shouldn’t trust just anyone who claims to be a psychic. Also, please don’t let the bad psychics keep you from speaking to good ones.
Genuine psychics offer life-changing advice that will bring clarity to your life. They’re an excellent resource to have during tough or confusing times.
When you learn to identify a scamming psychic, you can avoid the bad advice and financial strain they cause.
Take the time to find a psychic that helps you on your path instead of lying to you for a quick buck. Click the box below to be connected to the best psychics I’ve found.
I’ve spent a lot of time researching and identifying psychic scams in my life. The reason for this is that nobody deserves to get ripped off.
I’ve compiled a list of some of the most popular scamming psychics here. Please read up on them and avoid these well-known fakes at all costs!
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This lady has attached herself to me. I signed for a car, but she’s been paying, but last few months she has been giving me all the money. I call she has her phone off, or her husband answers saying she can’t communicate with anyone on the outside. This bull shit has pissed me off. I’ve thought of plans to shoot her house up burn it down. I really want this person out my life.
Dawn there is no need for violence, it solves nothing. If you technically own the vehicle just take it back and sell it if need be. Then call the police and file a restraining order. Simple as that.
Maria medium? does anyone know this medium? she send me a list of opportunities and is asking $19.19 for a lot of work that need to be done before 27th April in order to get them . thanks for your help
Maria medium is a scam. Please delete her emails.
Thanks Angela for heads up on medium Marie.
What about Exceptional Ron?
Hey Shari, I haven’t read with Exceptional Ron yet and there is very little info online about him. I will check him out though.
Have you found any info on exceptional Ron, since this post?
Hi Crystal. I’m still investigating Exceptional Ron but at this time I’m going to advise people to avoid him. So far I don’t like a lot of what I see in my conversations with him.
any updates on exceptional Ron?
Exceptional Ron is one of New Lotus Limited’s websites. If you haven’t read about the esmeralda psychic scam yet, check out my article on her now. Exceptional Ron is a fake created by the same company and uses the same tactics on unsuspecting victims.
I apologize for not having anything about Exceptional Ron yet. I’m still trying to collect data and get a reading with him. Hopefully I will have everything I need soon.
Angela I’m getting emails from an angelic named Padre real or scam
I don’t want to say Padre Psychic is a scam because I’ve never had a reading with him, but there are a few BIG red flags for me with Psychic Padre. First, at one point in his career he claimed to be a time traveler and now there’s no mention of it on his site. I’d be hesitant to speak with anyone that claimed to be a time traveler. Second, when you visit his site the “photo” of him is actually a computer generated photo. It’s not a real photo of a real person, you can tell it was drawn on a computer. Finally, there are hundreds of bad reviews for him all over the Internet. I would steer clear Shari I don’t think Padre offers anything of real value and it’s possible he’s not even a real person.
I also seen the reviews too about him. I had a feeling it was a scam. Wanted to double check.
Glad I could help Shar!
I got an email from angela guardian angela.she told me if i want win jackpot then pay some money . My question is is angela guardian angela is true ?
Angela Guardian Angel is a scam. Read the comments above. You can see she sends the same email to everyone. Delete the email and don’t look back!
No one can predict the future , not a person or tarot cards. ONLY YOU have the power to decide your future . You have no control over certain incidents that happen but you do have control over how you respond to it. IF your not happy change whats making your miserable, it’s not rocket science and you DON’T have to go to someone who is selling your rose colored glasses. Find the power within yourself on you can do that.
I agree Jackie, no one is 100% accurate. Psychics can however tell your future based on the path you are currently on. Of course as humans we all have free will so we have the ability to change the path (and the future) that we’re on. Check out my article on how free will affects psychic readings for a better explanation.
IF U ARE REAL ANGELA, PLEASE I NEED YOUR HELP WITHOUT YOU COLLECTING ME MONEY SO THAT I CAN TELL PEOPLE ABOUT YOUR GOOD WORK. ANGELA GUARDIAN-ANGEL IS REQUESTING MONEY TO GIVE ME JACKPOT . THANK BECAUSE I KNOW U WILL PROOF TO THE WORLD THAT YOU ARE REAL ANGELA
If a Psychic promises you’ll win a lottery or jackpot then run away! Read the comments above, you can see you’re not the only one this fake Psychic has promised will win a lot of money.
Noreen & Shanti, I just read a report by Sylvia Sky that she investigated Tara, Angela and Padre and found them all to be scam artists. I hope this helps please be careful. Good luck and God Bless us All..
Thanks you for reporting this Jane, you probably helped more people than you know avoid getting scammed.
I have dealt with numerous psychics for their offered free reading. Maria, Esmeralda, zolton,Angela,Tara, and even Valentina plus others who have reached out. They all come down with the same conclusion I’m in financial trouble, I’m lost on my path and there is a malevolent force on my aura or in my presence. I myself have seen and felt spirits all my life and have not sensed anything around me. They all ask for money is there anyone who can actually help without money exchange. Yes obviously I’m in trouble if I’m broke. They will never see one cent, can’t give what don’t have.
Thanks for the feedback Kara. I’m happy you didn’t fall for these fakes.
Has anyone experienced lots of emails from William the guardian angel and if so what do you think?
Yes I’m having the Same email nearly every day saying something good is going to happen and the time Is getting near and you need to act quickly- as in click on a link before you miss out on good fortune personally I think it’s a scam
Yes i have saying he has had a vision and the vision was talking about me that he needed to help me
I have unfortunately given him a gòod amount of money. Promises of wealth along with finding something that causes me bad luck in life to charge me to fix it again and again
I’m sorry to hear that David 🙁