Celeste Angelic Medium Review- Is Celeste Medium A Scam?

If you’ve received emails from Celeste or stumbled onto her website, you’ll notice that she claims to be “half angel” and half human. With her pure white clothes and hair as white as clouds, it’s not hard to imagine it being true, but the reality is- it’s all lies. She’s just hoping that you’ll give her all your trust since, you know, an angel wouldn’t lie! She wants to convince you to connect spiritually and emotionally with her. Doing so makes you more likely to sign up for her “free angel reading,” which isn’t even worth the read.

How She Tricks Her Victims

I wanted to look deeper into this “half angel psychic” to see if she was the real deal. During my search, I found some pretty damning evidence that leads me to believe she is just another fake. She’s no different than William Guardian AngelPsychic EsmeraldaExtraordinary Chris, and many other psychic scammers. One of the most significant tell-tell signs that Celeste Angelic Medium is a fake psychic website is that the image of her posted all over the website and the internet is not “Celeste” at all!

celeste psychic scam

The photo is of a stock image model paid to take her picture so that websites can resell it to anyone who needs “her look.” I’ve encountered other psychic scams that did the same thing, such as Medium Maria.  I’ll admit, they did a good job buying this persona because she does look pretty convincing at first glance. Nowhere on the site does it say that this character is visually deceiving you, and that’s disheartening. If they can’t be honest about that, what else are they ok with lying to you about??

Some might not think using a stock image and pretending it’s a genuine psychic is a big deal. Others might think it shouldn’t take away from the gifts they claim to have. However, I can’t help but take issue with it. It’s already hard enough to separate authentic psychics from the hundreds of fake ones, so in an industry where you must be trusted, passing off a stock image as a psychic without a disclaimer is a big no-no.

I Know Better Now Than To Fall For Her Lies 

It’s probably apparent by now, but needless to say, I’m not falling for the angelic allure of the model they have named Angel Medium Celeste. I’ll also not fall victim to the various words, promises, and tactics on the website meant to convince me to give them my hard-earned money with their lies.

I don’t believe in the credibility of her readings or that the person in the images has psychic abilities. I think the creator of this persona is great at manipulating people’s feelings and emotions to sell them low-quality services. Anyone who exploits and takes advantage of people feeling hopeless, lost, scared, or confused to make money is more demonic than angelic if you ask me.

The Celeste Angelic Medium Site Is Good At Manipulation 

The creators behind Celeste’s website are good at what they do and know how to trick people- I’ll give them that. When you first enter the website, you see a professional-looking layout, a soothing purple color, and the purchased stock image model they call ‘Celeste.’ She looks kind, friendly, caring, wholesome, comforting, and wise.

She appears so sweet and angelic that it goes against your nature to distrust or dislike her, to be honest. To further convince you that she’s worth your time if you want help, they give you a little blurb about her, informing you that she’s half angel and can talk to “beings of light,” aka guardian angels, for you.

They say she is also called the Princess of Light, knows the Prophecy of Angels, and can connect you with yours. They tell you to come to her with your problems and learn the secrets of the divine force because she can read the lips of the Beings of Light and knows the words they whisper in secret. She wants to help those in need and distress by giving them a free angel reading.

Innocent Enough To The Untrained Eye

The site looks average with its introductory blog section, testimonials page, and esoteric e-store. Nothing on it would raise red flags to an unknowing visitor who doesn’t have much experience with fraudulent psychic websites. So I had to see the content of Celeste’s readings for myself, with my own eyes. I signed up for her free reading and received one almost instantly.

That’s not a good sign since it confirms that these readings have no personal content. They’re all very generic and send almost the same thing to everyone, making sure to change the receiver’s name. There is no information that is exclusive or specific to me personally.

The Truth Behind Medium Celeste’s Psychic Website

Fake, Paid For Photos

So, we already know that the image of Celeste is a stock image model, which is shady. The other thing I don’t like about the website itself is that it’s laid out the same way as the websites of other fake psychics I’ve reviewed (and some I’ve discovered and plan to review.) This similarity leads me to believe there’s a particular developer, marketing team, and template behind these fake psychics.

They crank out websites and hope to convince as many people as possible with the emails and readings they send. For example, the digital marketing company New Lotus Web, Ltd. is notorious for fabricating fake psychics. I noticed that Celeste’s website had an active blog which is a nice touch on the creator’s part. It makes it more believable, but I know it’s just another part of the plan to maintain her fake image. The closer you look at the website, the more red flags you’ll notice.

Here are some of them:

  • They use stock images for every picture, even in the customer testimonials section. This trickery automatically makes me distrust everything I read because I’m sure the testimonials are just as fake as the pictures.
  • The fact that a majority of the scamming psychics I’ve reviewed have the exact layout and sell pretty much the same products in their online stores.
  • In my opinion, a lack of personal or background information about Celeste other than she’s half angel, which isn’t even possible.
  • They want us to think she’s a part angel herself, yet she has to read the lips of angels and interpret their secrets for us. That’s so silly to me.
  • The fact that she only does readings through email without knowing anything about you
  • The website is owned and run by a Swiss company called REPLAY SARL LTD, which I couldn’t find any information on. I find it odd when English-speaking psychics base themselves in a foreign country. Nowhere on the site do they speak Swiss or say she’s European. I distrust this as much as I doubt psychic companies that operate out of Gibraltar and Hong Kong.

What To Expect From Celeste Medium

Good luck if you decide not to pay them for any readings after you’ve signed up for the free one! You can expect them to flood you with a never-ending stream of marketing emails. At first, they’ll be light, friendly, and hopeful, but they will become more menacing, threatening, and scary as time goes on. They’ll try to convince you your life has been going wrong because you have a curse on you or are riddled with bad luck that she can help you with.

If you ARE convinced to pay for a reading after the free one, they’ll keep pushing you. Their emails will encourage you to buy more and more readings, purchase a monthly subscription, and buy some supernatural products from the online store. They’ll create “problems” and foresee events that only they can help you with, pushing you to pay them again.

They’ll try to mentally manipulate you into entering payment information by using your dreams, hopes, and fears against you. It’s a vicious cycle of playing with your emotions. My personal experience is pretty standard to what others have experienced. Celeste started by sending me my free “Natal Angelic Chart,” which was so incredibly basic. It supposedly told me the name of my Guardian Angel, my Archangel, my angelic stone, and my primary and secondary planets.

After I ignored that, the next day, she sent me another email telling me she had worked hard on my behalf and was FASCINATED with my case. She wants to tell me the crucial discoveries she made about me. I clicked on that, and of course, it’s an entire page of broad blanket statements that can apply to anyone with my name sprinkled in there now and then.

Her Supposed Visions About Me Were Ridiculous

Celeste Medium

She tried to tell me that she had a disturbing vision about me while thinking so hard about me and that my situation was quite worrying. “Celeste,” says she “accidentally discovered” my problem’s “real” nature. She went on for what seemed like forever, telling me how she thought about me so much, and my name kept looping repeatedly in her head.

She was supposedly concerned about me and wanted to help protect me. I finally clicked on one of her many links in my “reading.” It took me to a page where she offered me a “GRAND ANGELIC CEREMONIAL OF KARMIC DELIVERANCE” and a free archangelic talisman of divine luck for a special price of $79.00 instead of $150.00 since I needed her help so badly.

I stopped reading and clicked out, but the whole thing was much worse than I imagined. It’s incredible how much the scammers claimed to know about me- my troubles, past life, current situation, and luck- all from my name, date of birth, and gender. She can tell all of this from one day to the next without ever talking to or hearing from me.

I’ll never trust a psychic who I can’t communicate directly with. I need to be able to speak to them over the phone, chat with them instantly online, or video call them. An authentic psychic would need the same; they can’t just know things about me without some form of communication. These false claims are just another way I know Celeste is a fake.

No Shortage Of Customer Complaints

If you look for complaints about Celeste Angel Medium online, you’ll be able to find plenty! Here are just a few of the ones I read:

“Celeste Angel Medium – Celeste the medium

Jun 06

She scares you by saying you have 72 hrs to live and made my anxiety 100 times worse!! Someone should take her site down!”

“Celeste Angel Medium – SCAM SCAM SCAM

Mar 03

scammed me out of 150+, wow.”

“Celeste Angel Medium – Same story for everyone. Almost word to word.

Dec 26, 2018

I am so depressed and in horrible financial shape and physical shape. Chronically ill. The last thing was a message and promise that would only cause a deeper hole for me.

I researched you and learned you were only conning me. I knew the only help I would get was from the Lord—shame on trying to take advantage of me and others.

You were willing to take what little money I had to pay bills. Thank God he looked out for me and did not throw me in this lion’s den. I hope you ask the Lord for forgiveness.”

“Celeste Angel Medium – She always gives the same bs

Sep 23, 2018

She always says the same thing, gives you a guardian angel’s name, then wants you to pay her to get you out of bad luck situations, or says you’ll have bad luck after she claims you’ll be ok. I haven’t paid her anything cause I’m not about to get ripped off. My mom did readings and was good and didn’t rip people off.

Conclusion: Celeste Is More Demon Than Angel

the perfect psychic scam

I feel it’s my responsibility to ensure you stay away from Celeste Angelic Medium. Don’t even register for the free reading; they’ll send you annoying emails. She’s no angel- just a carefully designed scam by a marketing company. Don’t waste your time with her if you’re looking for a genuine psychic reading. Instead, visit more reputable psychic networks that test and verify their psychics.

Most offer low introductory rates, so you can try them out and see if they match you. If you’re unhappy with the reading, you can request a refund, and they’ll happily give you one. Once you’ve spoken to an honest, genuine psychic with one of the professional psychic networks below, you’ll be delighted and no longer need to seek out these fake, manufactured psychics.

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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.

  1. Thank you kind Angella for shairing. I almost paid. There was so much truth in her reading. It bothered me that after first payment they will just keep coming for more.

  2. Wait, if this “Celeste” is a fake, can you explain why she has a bunch of good reviews on her site? Are these fakes too?

  3. 😱 I just now came across this site about Celeste. I too are one of them that has been paying her. Omg, can I make an a dispute to get my money back? She had me do a ritual to call upon my guiding angel. I don’t like doing rituals but she instructed me to print out pentagram and call on the Angel to give me eternal wealth. Omg, can someone help me please, what should I do?

    • Janice, stay calm you’ll be fine. Celeste is a fake so you didn’t conjure up any spirits, angels, demons or anything. Right now you need to concentrate on keeping them from getting more of your money. Call your bank and have them put a stop payment on any other future payments to this company so they can’t automatically charge your card in the future. Next, contact the company and see if they will issue a refund for any payments you’ve already made. Be firm that you want a refund. If they won’t, or they are giving you a hard time about it, then hang up and call your bank. Ask to file a chargeback on those past transactions. Tell them it was fraud and you never received anything for your money. In a month or so you should have your money back. Best wishes Janice!

  4. Now I need Angela not as scam celeste

  5. Thank you Angela for this alert. I was being introduced to Celeste Angelic medium by another medium/ psychic called Magellan. This is because I kept questioning him as I was doubtful and in my 6th email he said his angelic friend Celeste also forecast the same for me and that I should get her free reading… any idea if this Magellan guy medium is genuine ? Anything?

  6. Geeze. Thank you. I’m not very technological so it took a minute to find you. Blessings to YOU
    I got lured in by Celeste’s threat of bad Karma.
    What I’m actually more concerned about is the Swiss co having my birthday and email and maybe address.
    I read their legal statement ( pew!)
    They collect your info and share it…
    Do you think they are attempting any illegal activity with the info they collect?
    Thank you so much for your service.
    I should donate to you!
    Take care and be well during these times!

    • Claire, most of the companies behind this are marketing/advertising companies so more than likely they’re creating a profile on you so they can sell you things. Most of these companies are in tax haven type countries though so there’s no telling what they’re doing with it! Best wishes to you Claire!

  7. Could you review this one please : https://www.isha-tarot-reading/com he uses the same scare tactic which you outlined above – by trying to convince you that you are in dire straits and only his immediate help can resolve it. And yes, his (or her? or their?) website operates out of Gibraltar, or at least company is registered there. Fishy ”fear-porn”, enticing techniques to win the trust and coercion without limit. There are wouldn’t be so many scammers around if people were less credulous.

    • Hi, I’m actually in the process of reviewing Isha now. Here’s a spoiler, its the same people behind Roxanne Psychic.

      • Thanks Angela,

        I was really concerned when I received my free reading. I thought it may be a fake. What us said made me horribly anxious and I was going to get a friend to give the sight a go to see if they got the same type of lurid response. However, I found your website and now I can rest easy that it was a scam. Fortunately, I didn’t click on the link to continue the scam and loose money.

        Are the guardian Angels she also mentioned fake? She said mine was called Habuhiah. I googled the name and this Angel does seem to exist and there are links to biblical informs, unless the sites that mention the Angel are also scam sites?

        Blessings to you for your service 🙏

  8. Celeste you are a phony… You didn’t even connect my Birthday with the correct Guardian Angel and then freaked me out by saying you received the death card… How cold

  9. Thabiso nena i need help

  10. YES SHE MADE CONTACT WITH ME ALSO. It did not make since to me at all as she replyed so fast and reading was to be free and she needed 70 dollars down from 150 dollars. A REAL SCAN STAY AWAY. Regard s Gerald.

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