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 his attention and the questions I received 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 researching him. William, Your Guardian Angel, is not someone I could, in good conscience, recommend. 

I was scammed for a lot of money when I didn’t realize there were so many fake psychics. After that, I made it my mission to keep the same thing from happening to others.

While doing this, I’ve learned so much and even noticed specific patterns that dishonest psychics tend to follow. While researching William Guardian Angel, I noticed he has much in common 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, claims to provide their psychic readings for free.

They say they do this because they care about helping people as much as possible.

William Guardian Angel Lies About Being Free

william guardian angel scam

I dislike it when psychics lie about offering their services free of charge because 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 helpful information. Once they’ve grabbed your attention, they ask for a monetary payment to complete the reading.

It’s easier to separate you from your money once they’ve got your full attention. Genuine psychics don’t lie about being free of cost and don’t pretend that they’re doing it solely out of the goodness of their hearts.

They’re real people, just like you and I, and they have to live and eat! You wouldn’t fault a mechanic who asks for payment after they fix your car, would you?

You know they require money to provide for their family and can’t blame them. Psychics also support themselves and their families from the spiritual guidance and advice they give those who seek it from them.

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

He Makes Up A Story About A Brotherhood He’s Involved In

William claims he’s an authentic medium and a member of the “Brotherhood of Notre-Dame-des-Sources.” Supposedly, because of this exclusive membership, he has sworn to dedicate his body and soul to the poor.

He alleges that since he’s a “Wise Man” of the brotherhood, he devotes 100% of his time to the needy. He claims to provide his services to those who need him the most, free of charge.

I decided to look up this Brotherhood of Notre Dame-des-Sources because I hadn’t heard of it before. I discovered that it’s a monastery for Benedictine monks in the Republic of Congo.

There are less than 50 monks who live in the community and work manual labor in one form or another. Work like gardening, raising animals, repairing homes, teaching a trade, etc.

It’s tough to believe William when he says he’s part of this monastery. And even if he was, why isn’t he doing the work he signed up to do at the monastery? It’s such a weird thing to claim to be a part of.

William Claims To Help The Needy Through The Internet

helping the needy

He would be so busy if he genuinely devoted 100% of his body, soul, and time to helping the needy. His hands would be full with just the people near him that he encounters daily.

How strange that he has free time to use the power of the internet to supposedly help people. He does say that he, of course, can’t help everyone, so he spends his time on a few select people.

It’s up to him to decide who has more pressing and deserving matters worthy of his time. 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 many other scamming psychics, he claims to have come from an exceptional family full of mediums and clairvoyants. Also, like all of them, he never gives specifics to back up that claim.

He claims to have traveled the world, learning sacred skills and techniques from accomplished teachers, guides, and masters.

This area is another where specifics and details like names would be helpful if he wants us to believe him.

Like Other Fakes, He Pretends To Offer Free Readings

He concludes his video recording by offering to read your tarot cards for free. You must contact him with your name, date of birth, email address, and, strangely, your marital status.

That probably lets him know whether or not he should email you about love spells, lol.

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

After submitting my request, he asked for my physical home address and telephone number. He said this was so that he could contact me if he “at some point has an urgent vision of my future.” 

I’m sorry, but I’m not giving ANYONE this type of personal information! I skipped that part and waited for him to email me my free help. I received an emailed reading from him just one hour after I requested it.

It seems like helping the needy isn’t as time-consuming as I thought! In the email, he told me that he had analyzed my natal chart, and I knew this was a lie because I never gave him my time of birth or even a rough idea of it.

William Guardian Angel scam

It Was Clear He Was A Liar From The Start

All he had to go by was my birthday, but he gave me a vast 8-paragraph description of myself. The things he said about me were so general, and they could have applied to anyone.

He told me that now that he knows my expectations, he can help me accomplish them. I’ve never spoken to or given him any of my problems or life expectations.

He said that to help me accomplish my expectations, he needs to involve other beings on the journey. He told me he works with angels and is convinced they’ll work with me if I ask them to.

William gave me a link to follow so I could start immediately. When I clicked the link, I saw how much he was charging.

He refers to the payment as a “donation,” which is $69 for a “quick answer.” I could make two payments of $34.50 if that’s easier for me.

What happened to helping me at zero cost and just for the pure joy and devotion of helping others?? 

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

Even if I chose to ignore all the red flags I got from William, I couldn’t forget what I found out next.

William’s Website Is Owned And Operated By New Lotus Web Ltd

New Lotus Web Scam

This is the address they list for the company:

World Trade Center
1st Floor- Unit 1.02 Suite 253
6 Bayside Road GX11 1AA
Gibraltar

New Lotus Web Limited out of Gibraltar is the same company behind many other popular psychic scams!

These include Esmeralda PsychicMedium Maria, and Extraordinary Chris. Read about why I don’t trust this company here if you haven’t already. They’re as shady as they come and are known frauds.

There is nothing honest about New Lotus Web or the psychics they own. They are experts at creating, producing, and marketing fake psychics.

They’re good at what they do; I have to give them that. They are the company behind some of the most popular and widely used psychic services.

I hate to think how much money they’ve conned from desperate people.

Getting A Refund From William Guardian Angel Is Impossible

no refunds no returns

Under their “terms of use,” the company clearly states that you shouldn’t hold your breath if you’re hoping for a refund.

They don’t care whether you are satisfied with the reading or not. In one sentence, they state that you have 14 days to “exercise the right of withdrawal” of your payment.

However, the following sentence says this doesn’t count if the reading was digital, downloadable, or customized specifically for you.

This sentence confirms that no one will be getting a “withdrawal of their payment.” The last sentence 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.”

William Guardian Angel Website Terms Of Service

Since the company emails your readings to you, this makes them digital, making them ineligible for a refund.

You can kiss your money goodbye once you give it to him. I wasn’t about to give this conman any of my money, especially since I knew I wouldn’t be able to get a refund.

Because of this, I can’t be sure what tactics they use 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 many scamming psychics love to use.

The refusal to give a satisfaction guarantee means 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.

The reason is that if the company did refund every unhappy customer, they’d be giving EVERYONE a refund, and they’d no longer make any money.

William Guardian Angel Is Nothing Like A Real Psychic

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

Authentic psychics don’t work this way. They have nothing to hide and 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 how much their intuition can change someone’s life.

They’re ok with going through a company that guarantees the satisfaction of their clients—companies like these online psychic networks.

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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.

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

I don’t trust a “psychic reading” that’s so one-sided. For readings to work, there needs to be a connection between the psychic and me.

The psychic can establish this connection through a phone call, instant messaging, Skype, or in-person. Because of this and many other reasons, I now only go through top-rated psychics like Psychic Source.

The psychics at Psychic SOurce are my number one choice when I want to talk to trustworthy psychics. If you’re looking for honest and sincere guidance, I recommend you do the same.

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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.

135 Comments
  1. Thank you for your review Angela. I got the free reading, but then for a more in depth reading, William wanted $59.95. My first clue that he wasn’t for real is he said he felt a connection when he saw my name, like we had met before and he mentioned a town I had lived in. Obviously, you can Google that. There was no way I was going to pay anything or give more information. If I need guidance, I will contact a local tarot reader who I have gone to before. I trust her way more!

  2. Thank you for your review Angela. I got the free reading, but then for a more in depth reading, William wanted $59.95. My first clue that he wasn’t for real is he said he felt a connection when he saw my name, like we had met before and he mentioned a town I had lived in. Obviously, you can Google that. There was no way I was going to pay anything or give more information. If I need guidance, I will contact a local tarot reader who I have gone to before. I trust her way more!

  3. I sadly got scammed by William the Angel. Trying desperately to cancel my subscription but with no luck as the e-mails bounce back. I have spent a lot of money already and I am in a lot of debt. Gutted I did not see this review beforehand. Feel embarrassed and ashamed.

  4. I sadly got scammed by William the Angel. Trying desperately to cancel my subscription but with no luck as the e-mails bounce back. I have spent a lot of money already and I am in a lot of debt. Gutted I did not see this review beforehand. Feel embarrassed and ashamed.

  5. I stumbled across this man by accident and after 1st email came to my senses in 5mins then found this site. Everything goes to spam now and my sister deletes bin for me she noticed it was getting creepy!

  6. Wow, that email you listen from him Angela. That was more or less what he said to me. After I refused to pay the money he seemed to get a bit rude, assuming I didn’t take the time to read the email he had sent, or listen to the video he “took the time” to record for me. As soon as I got that email back from him, that was my suspicions confirmed. I also googled the Gibraltar WTC and found the exact address. Although i had no idea how sly/dodgey that place was.glad I am going and wise enough to have noticed. There are some old and vulnerable people on this planet who could quite easily fall victim to his disgusting behaviour. So than you for your review, and hopefully people will look up on him before they contact him. Or any other psychic for that matter.

    Much love, GN

  7. Hello Angela,
    I received the same email and my scam alarm went into full speed. I played along with this moron and when is came to the money side I blocked him straight away. I was once nearly scammed by the so called Padre Messenger of Angels and played him a fool for 12 months until he blocked me. I was having so much fun. So now I will play cat and mouse with William and see how long it takes for him to block me.
    I know what my future holds for me and I have prepared myself. Not letting William get away with it and his future is about to come to an end in a big way.

    • I have been corresponding with William dale Moore angel for a few weeks I was told by Chris that love was going to come to my door in a few weeks then William told me he would take my hand and together WE could walk into my brighter future of love and luck together and he would protect me and never let harm come to me again he even said all my love William your protected and friend well I even downloaded his pic to my screen saver believing he’d be the love I’ve been looking for the past 35 years of my life I’m heartbroken now 😭

  8. I submitted my gmail and birthday. I’m lucky I can’t access this gmail right now. Thank you for the warning, I hope it’s not too late! Also, do you know how to get out of his contacts? Thank you.

  9. I recently contacted “William” and he said the location where I am, he used it in a context like this ” I feel like we were in ______ before together” He must have just looked at my location from IP address. Also, he said that lots of rich people give donations to him so I can just give a little something. I hope people don’t get scammed and give him or her or whoever it is money.

    • Thanks so much,William is a A…….hole
      Luckily I didn’t get to hand over any money.
      But sometimes we have to read between the lines…

      William became creepy.

  10. Yes, I believe he is a scam. He told me that when he read my name his “heart jumped” and he found me “several lifetimes later”. He told me that he had a vision of my home town and said he had a vision we were meeting there. He can find out through the computer that I live in that town. Then he said, after all these wonderful words about how we were friends in the past lives, that if you “choose me” I can help you. But if we really were friends and he has been missing me then why would he just brush me off like that. Yes he must be a scam. Also when I read his emails, there is no such unsubscribe button or any contact details. He looks quite phoney.

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