William, Your Guardian Angel Review – Is William Guardian Angel A Scam?

I want to review another self-proclaimed psychic who calls himself ‘William, Your Guardian Angel.’ I’ve heard his name brought up a lot and he has a pretty big following. All the attention he gets and the questions I receive made me want to learn more about him.

I wanted to know if he’s a legitimate psychic that I could get behind and recommend to my readers when asked about him.

Unfortunately, I was pretty disappointed with what I found after doing some research on him. William, Your Guardian Angel is definitely not someone I could, in good conscience, recommend.

I myself have been scammed for a lot of money before, back when I didn’t know that there so many fake psychics. I made it my mission after that to keep the same thing from happening to others.

I’ve learned so much while doing this and even noticed certain patterns that dishonest psychics tend to follow.

While researching William Guardian Angel, I noticed how much in common he has with Exceptional Ron. William has a short video recording on his website that gives a little “biography” about himself.

I noticed that he, like Ron, claim to give their psychic readings for free because they care about helping people as much as possible.

I really dislike it when psychics lie about offering their services free of charge. It’s an outright lie designed to suck people in.

They might give you vague, generic information at no cost but they always leave out other information and ask for monetary payment in order to complete the reading. It’s a lot easier to separate you from your money once they’ve got your full attention.

True psychics don’t lie about being free and they don’t pretend that they’re doing it out solely out of the goodness of their hearts. They’re real people too, just like you and I and they have to live and eat!

Just like a talented mechanic takes payment for fixing your car so they can provide for their family, a psychic also takes payment for the spiritual guidance and advice they provide to those who seek it from them.

Needless to say, I’ve learned to be suspicious of any ‘psychic’ who pretends to do their work for free…

William claims that he’s a true medium and a member of the “Brotherhood of Notre-Dame-des-Sources.” He says that because of his membership with them, he has sworn to dedicate his body and soul to the poor.

He also alleges that since he’s a “Wise Man” of the brotherhood, he devotes 100% of his time to people who need his services the most and asks for nothing in return- does everything completely free of charge.William Guardian Angel scam

I looked up this Brotherhood of Notre-Dame-des-Sources because I’d never heard of it. I found out that’s it’s a monastery for Benedictine monks located in the Republic of Congo.

There are less than 50 monks who live at the community and they are all engaged in manual labor of one form or another. This includes gardening, raising animals, repairing homes, teaching trade schools, etc.

It’s very hard to believe William when he says he’s part of this monastery. And even if he was- why is he not there at the monastery doing the work he signed up to do? It’s such a weird thing to claim to be a part of, in my opinion.

He then goes on to say that just a few months ago, he decided to help even more people by using the internet.

If he truly devoted 100% of his body, soul and time to helping the needy, he would have his hands absolutely full with just the people near him, or those that he encounters on a daily basis.

It’s odd to me that he has so much free time that he has decided to take advantage of the power of the internet to help even more people.

He does say that he of course can’t help everyone, so he spends his time on a few select people who he judges have more pressing and deserving matters.

He adds that he’d be honored to study your case if you’re among these people- all you have to do is send him your email address so he can look into your problems!

He then goes on to tell us more about himself. Like a lot of other scamming psychics, he claims to have come from a very special family full of mediums and clairvoyants, but he never gives specifics to back that claim up.

He states that he has travelled the world over and has been taught sacred skills and techniques by accomplished teachers, guides, and masters.  This is another area where specifics and details such as names would be extremely helpful if he wants us to believe him.

He concludes his video recording by offering to read you your tarot cards free of charge. All you have to do is contact him with your name, date of birth, email address and, oddly enough, your marital status??

I guess that lets him know whether he should email you about love spells or not lol.

Since I didn’t see many other reviews of William online, I decided to go ahead and sign up for his “free” help. I wanted to get the full picture of what he’s peddling and exactly how much he charges.

After I submitted my request, he then wanted me to give him my physical home address and telephone number so that he can contact me if he “at some point has an urgent vision of my future.”

I’m sorry but I’m not giving ANYONE information this personal! I skipped that part and just waited for him to email me my free help.

I received an emailed reading from him just one hour after I requested it- I guess helping the needy isn’t as time consuming as I thought!

In the email he told me that he analyzed my natal chart, which is funny because I never gave him my time of birth or even a rough idea of it.

William email

This is the actual reading I received

All he had to go by was my birthday but he gave me a huge 8 paragraph description of myself.

The things he said about me were so general and they could have applied to pretty much anyone.

He told me that now that he knows my expectations, he can help me accomplish them.

I’ve literally never spoken to him or given him any of my personal problems or life expectations.

He told me that in order to help me accomplish my expectations, he needs to involve other beings on the journey.

He said that he works a lot with angels and that he’s convinced they’ll work with me too if I ask them to.

He gave me a link to follow so that I can get started and when I clicked the link, I saw how much he was charging.

He refers to the payment as a “donation” and it is $69 for a “quick answer” or two payments of $34.50 if that’s easier for me. Whatever happened to helping me at zero cost and just for the pure joy and devotion of helping others??

I knew that wasn’t possible, I’m glad to have confirmed it and find out exactly what he charges.

Even if I chose to ignore all the red flags that I got from William and still had enough faith in him to pay for the reading, that would have been crushed by what I found out next.

I discovered that William, Your Guardian Angel’s website is owned and operated by New Lotus Web Limited out of Gibraltar.

This is the address they list for the company:

World Trade Center

1st Floor- Unit 1.02 Suite 253

6 Bayside Road GX11 1AA


New Lotus Web Limited out of Gibraltar is the same exact company behind other popular psychic scams, such as Esmeralda Psychic, Medium Maria, and Extraordinary Chris!!

Read about why I don’t trust this company here if you haven’t already.

Under their “terms of use,” the company makes it very clear that you shouldn’t hold your breath if hoping for a refund if you’re not satisfied.

They state that you have 14 days to “exercise the right of withdrawal” of your payment UNLESS your reading was customized for you specifically and/or the reading was digital and downloadable.

That sounds great, except the next line then says “This aspect must be taken into account especially given that, unless stated otherwise, all products that, where applicable, are offered by way of this website and/or subsequent communications are sent due to said website, will be digital.”

So, since your readings will be emailed to you, this makes them digital, which then makes them ineligible for a refund. You can go ahead and kiss your money goodbye once you give it to him.

Needless to say, I wasn’t about to give this con man any of my money since I knew I wouldn’t be able to get a refund.

Because of this, I can’t be positive about what tactics he uses to pressure people into paying him more and more money after the first reading.

However, I’m almost positive it’s the same old “you have a curse on you” type of scare tactic that so many scamming psychics love to use.

The fact that all his readings and communication are done through email only is something else that really bothers me. I feel much more in tune and listened to when I can communicate instantly with my psychic in real time. 

I simply can’t place my trust on anyone who doesn’t stand behind the quality of their work and the satisfaction of their clients.

The refusal to give a satisfaction-guarantee means exactly that- they know what they’re saying is SO generic and non-specific that they can’t give you a refund if you don’t like it.

This is because if they did refund every unhappy customer, they’d be giving EVERYONE a refund and they would no longer make any money.

Removing the ability to get your money back if you weren’t satisfied with the consultation allows them to get away with inferior work.

Authentic psychics don’t work this way. They have nothing to hide and they believe in their work so they prefer to provide their services through companies that test and verify them.

They know how valuable the personalized help they provide is and they know how much their intuition can change someone’s life.

They’re ok with going through a company that guarantees the satisfaction of their clients, such as any of these online psychic networks.

Thanks to those networks, I stopped wasting my time and money on self-proclaimed psychics who will say anything and everything to take my money from me without giving me a chance to disagree with the information.

I now only go through those top-rated psychic when I want to talk to trustworthy psychics. If you’re looking for honest and sincere guidance, I recommend you do the same!


Angela Moore started Psychic Review Online in 2008. After being ripped off and deceived by a mother/daughter team and then having her life completely turned around by a real Psychic, she has dedicated herself to helping people avoid fake Psychics. Angela provides tips, psychic reviews, ratings and more on her website Psychic Review Online


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