I came across a Dutch psychic medium named Miranda Sensitive Psychic while looking up a different psychic page called ‘Laura My Clairvoyant,’ which is, without a doubt, a scam. They, along with a website called ‘My Mystic Land,’ are a landing page website that provides links and promotes other psychic scam websites. I will also review them, but I noticed Miranda is more popular, so I wanted to start with her.
The fact that Miranda Sensitive Psychic- who also goes as Medium Miranda- is being promoted by other psychic scam websites automatically told me that she was a scam. However, I wanted to be fair and take the time to research her personally. I started by checking out her website and immediately noticed all the dead giveaways, confirming that she was a psychic scam.
1st Giveaway: She Offers Free Readings
One telltale sign that almost all scamming psychics have in common is giving away “free” readings. Genuine psychics don’t try to trap you into communicating with them by promising you free services. They know they’re gifted and talented and that they provide a valuable service. Giving free readings is a popular tactic amongst fakes. They do this because they know that getting a reading done for free is too good to pass up for many people.
Victims then give them their email address, phone, physical address, whatever, and the scamming psychics go to town. They bombard their prey nonstop and even use scare tactics to get them to pay for more readings. The first reading is always extraordinarily generic, and they send the same thing to everyone, word for word.
2nd Giveaway: The Manipulative Emails
Once she gets her victims’ personal information, like email address, name, date of birth, etc., under the premise of a free reading, Medium Miranda begins to toy with her unsuspecting target. She uses manipulation and scare tactics to elicit a response and payment from them for more information. She preys on people’s fears, hopes, problems, and emotions.
She also lies to people by telling them that they have a curse on them that was either placed there by someone jealous or that they were born with it. I cannot stress enough how untrue this is! Curses and spells are not real! Please don’t fall for or worry about this. Once a psychic begins threatening you with this, you must immediately cut off communication with them.
Medium Miranda creates difficulties and problems in people’s lives that didn’t exist before, then charges them to “fix” them. It’s a terrible tactic that scamming psychics love to use. This is another reason I love these psychic networks listed at the bottom of this article; they never play games or try to trick you, and they don’t try to sell you charms or talismans that supposedly protect you from bad luck.
3rd Giveaway: She Claims To Know Your Future
I also noticed that Medium Miranda claims to be able to “know your future.” True psychics don’t pretend to have this power, contrary to popular belief. They cannot tell you whether you will win the lottery, get promoted, lose a loved one, etc. We are all blessed with free will and can change our future whenever we decide to. What they CAN do is help you see things more clearly with their intuition, sixth sense, ESP, and various psychic tools. They see things in a way you or I cannot see and use that gift to guide you.
They help you look deep within yourself to discover your true identity and realize what path is best for you. They teach you how to accomplish your goals, find your soulmate, grow spiritually- things like that. If you’re ready to experience the life-changing power of a legitimate reading, click here to view my list of top-rated, trustworthy, and reliable psychic networks. They only work with psychics who have been tested, verified, and come with a money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.
4th Giveaway: The Lack Of Real Reviews
While researching Miranda Sensitive Psychic, I could not find any actual reviews by real people. The only reviews available are on her website and are more than likely placed there by the website’s creators when they set it up. Normally when a psychic is genuine and truly gifted, I can find honest reviews on other sites, not just on the psychic’s website.
Real-time reviews left by actual people are one of the best resources we can have when looking for a trustworthy psychic. It’s important to share both our good experiences as well as our bad experiences with others.
Final Giveaway: She Doesn’t Even Exist!
I would say that being fabricated by a marketing company is the biggest giveaway possible. It turns out that Miranda’s character and website were created and are owned by a company called Astro Corporation Ltd based out of Malta. All the fake psychic websites I’ve reviewed have been owned and operated by online digital marketing companies based in small European countries like Gibraltar or Asian countries like Hong Kong.
This has been the case with fake psychics such as Esmeralda Psychic, The Extraordinary Chris, Angel Medium Angela, and Medium Maria, to name a few. When I researched the website, I discovered that the owner paid for a service that hides their identity. Also, the computer that hosts this website hosts several similar websites, and three countries were involved in setting up the site- Malta, the US, and Canada.
This makes it almost impossible to track them down if you ever want to get a refund or stop automatic drafts from your credit card. Last but certainly not least, the image of Miranda is an internet stock photo! The image is of a woman paid to model for several photo stock websites, such as shutterstock.com. The website creator bought her photo out of all the options, jazzed it up to look more “cosmic,” slapped it on the website, and gave her a name and a fake backstory.
How can we trust anything from the website if she isn’t even a real person? For all the reasons above, I simply cannot recommend Medium Miranda, aka Miranda Sensitive Psychic. I would urge anyone considering her services to save money and contact a legitimate psychic from one of the psychic networks below when looking for authentic psychic help.