Extraordinary Chris Psychic Review- Is Psychic Chris A Scam?
Just like there are true, authentic psychics who were born with gifts and abilities, there are also loads of fake psychic scammers. Unfortunately, it’s easy to get tricked and fall victim to them- I would know because it happened to me before.
Well, I want to review another supposed psychic that goes by ‘The Extraordinary Chris’, ‘Chris the Psychic’, or ‘Psychic Chris’. Like the other “psychics,” I mentioned, he is also owned and operated by New Lotus Web Ltd.
This company is extremely questionable to me since they “sell digital marketing solutions” to people who want to make money as a psychic. Not to mention the fact that they’re based out of Gibraltar. In fact, I am 99% sure that they are just fabricating these psychics and they don’t truly exist as people.
This is the address listed on ‘Extraordinary Chris’ website for New Lotus Web Ltd:
World Trade Center
1st Floor- Unit 1.02 Suite 253
6 Bayside Road
GX11 1AA Gibraltar
You may or may not know this, but Gibraltar is a well-known hub for companies that evade taxes and launder their money. They were at the center of several money laundering schemes unveiled in the famous Panama Papers. They also don’t follow the same rules as most countries, nor do they extradite criminals to the United States.
All of this makes it is extremely difficult to get any kind of guarantee or refunds. If a “psychic” based out of this country were to scam me, they wouldn’t have any repercussions. This is one big red flag to me when looking for a legitimate psychic.
Truthfully, there’s no good reason for an authentic, law-abiding psychic to do business from there. I believe that if a psychic is authentic and has nothing to conceal, they wouldn’t be hiding behind a shell company in a far-away country.
Even considering all of this, I could possibly look past it if I truly believed he had a genuine gift or psychic abilities. While I can’t prove 100% that he isn’t psychic, there are a lot of indicators that tell me he isn’t.
It’s upsetting to know that his words, videos, messages etc. aren’t original or heartfelt in the slightest. These are all things the marketing firm tells him to say in order to get customers.
Also, I don’t like how his readings are only done through email. I enjoy a more personal connection when getting a psychic reading.
It’s more intimate and fulfilling when they are interacting with me then and there- not having to wait for an emailed response.
Psychic Chris’s responses are all very generic sounding and nonspecific. They could apply to anyone and aren’t personal at all. He even has a standard email response he sends to those who don’t respond to his emails, saying certain things to trigger them into buying a reading. This is all part of the skillful marketing team’s scheme.
Now let’s talk about the actual content of his messages. Just like Psychic Esmeralda, Chris tries to convince people to purchase readings from him by using scare tactics. He frightens people by making them believe they’re about to experience bad luck, love problems, financial issues, and curses.
His emails are also really good at using reverse psychology, subliminal messages, and emotional manipulation. He convinces people that he chosen to help them for free or for a small donation because they are special to him. This sounds nice and all, but it’s never actually free. He gets his customers hooked deeper and deeper, and then asks them for payment in order to continue.
Another red flag is the fact that there’s no way to verify him. The psychics available on trusted psychic networks have been tested and background checked, unlike Chris. Also, with an online psychic network, you’re able to get a refund if you’re not satisfied- you can’t with Chris. As mentioned previously, the company is based out of Gibraltar where a lot of companies choose to run unethical businesses out of.
This also makes it to where you can’t complain to the banks about the money you’ve paid and you have no way to get help. Add in the fact that he never gives any personal information about himself, his location, his past, and that there is no way to trace anything back to him and you have a really suspicious scenario.
Even though he can’t be traced, his marketing team has no problem tracing the location of the people they send emails to. They can see what city and state your computers IP address is in, who your email provider and ISP are plus any personal information you give him in order to get your reading. They then use this information to try and convince you they know where you live thanks to his psychic abilities.
Unfortunately, this works on a lot of unsuspecting victims and they get taken to the cleaners with no way to complain once they’ve figured it out. Some people never figure it out and they truly believe what Chris is telling him, which could be the source of any positive reviews you might find.
However, there are A LOT of negative reviews for Chris and this is another red flag for me. Sure, not everyone is going to love every psychic they talk to, but Chris has an alarming amount of people sharing negative experiences about him. They are all pretty similar too.
There are complaints that he would take money out of people’s accounts without consent, that they paid for readings they never received, that he refused to refund them even though he said he would- the list goes on!
One reviewer stated that he got sucked in to Chris’ ad and paid him for a reading. He then received a message after paying that said the old link would no longer work and that he would get his reading through an email.
Well, he never received it and when he went to request a refund, his emails would not go through, as if he were being blocked. The first and only message he received from Chris was one “thanking him for his donation” had a UK address on it.
I decided to do some digging and discovered that this address is the location of a business called ‘Reichmann & Wing Limited’ and they are “company registration specialists”.
I’m not sure why their address was given instead of Psychic Chris’ but of course no one replied when he wrote to that address requesting the refund he was guaranteed if unsatisfied!
There are also a lot of people complaining that he would make them feel guilty by accusing them of not caring about themselves if they didn’t pay him for a reading.
People also stated that his readings had a very degrading tone to them. The company prays on peoples’ feelings and vulnerabilities.
A lot of reviewers shared that he would tell them he could cure their anxiety and depression, but never did or said anything meaningful to them and just kept charging them money.
At the end of the day, I’m not even certain if “The Extraordinary Chris” is an actual person. For all we know, he could just be a digital presence created by New Lotus Web Ltd. They could have hired someone to pass themselves off as him in photographs and videos.
As I mentioned before, he is unverified, no information can be found on him, no way to contact him or talk to him in real time. The generic and canned emails and responses, along with the emotionally blackmailing emails are something that can easily be duplicated by the use of “messenger bots” and an actor.
While I can’t prove this beyond doubt, his “services” and “talents” just don’t sit well with me. I would only trust genuine psychics with my personal and intimate issues. I would want Psychics that have been tested, verified, and can be reached or refunded if needed.
Online psychic networks such as Psychic Source, Ask Now, Hollywood Psychics and the others I review on my reviews page are trustworthy. They test and verify their psychics, and you can choose a different psychic if one isn’t a good match for you. They also stand behind their psychics with a satisfaction guarantee.
You get to read actual reviews by other customers and you’re able to interact with them on a more personal basis. Because of these reasons and more, they’re the only ones I trust when I want a psychic reading.
For all the reasons mentioned, I cannot recommend The Extraordinary Chris. I would even go so far as to warn people against falling into his trap. Once his company has gotten ahold of your email address with their promises of a “free” reading, he will do and say anything to separate you from your money.
Even if I had an inkling of faith that he is honest, there are just too many unknowns. I would skip right over him and instead contact a network that has a far better reputation for my reading.
There are plenty of other sites to choose from that employ genuine, humble, and honest psychics. They offer their services at a fair price and without any of his unethical marketing strategies.