Who Is New Lotus Web?
Unfortunately, the psychic industry is an easy target for abuse. Scammers are rampant and are good at telling people what they want to hear. New Lotus Web is no exception. Like the others, they take advantage of those in distress and desperate for help. People who have fallen in bad times are likelier to believe what someone tells them.
Fake psychics know this and use it to rip them off. Sadly, fake psychics give real psychics a bad name, but not all are frauds or out to scam you. There are some great ones out there. I have personal experience with psychics who are blessed with genuine abilities and who have been able to help me when I needed them the most.
Readings from genuine psychics can be life-changing and can help you move forward in your life. I hate that psychic scammers keep good, trusting people from getting the advice and guidance they need. I believe everyone should have access to them and consult with them now and then, which is why I started this website and blog in the first place.
Throughout my years of researching online psychics, one company that kept popping up was New Lotus Web. Not only have I received emails from their psychics, but so have many of my readers. I get a lot of questions about the emails they send out, with people wanting to know if these are the real deal or if they’re just another fake.
They’re Not Even A Psychic Company
I researched this popular company to see what they were all about. Their website seemed harmless enough when I first landed on it. It’s very streamlined and easy to navigate, and no annoying ads popped onto my screen to distract me from why I was there. There is an actual address and phone number to contact them if you need to.
My first red flag was that despite being the company behind many different psychics, they aren’t a psychic company. They’re a “digital marketing company” specializing in the psychic field. Their business model is Copywriting, strategizing, advertising, and monetizing psychic scams. They’re a factory and one-stop shop for fake psychics. The kind of psychics that flood your inbox with scary-sounding messages and “warnings.”
Their specialty is psychics that send emails designed to make you question your future and safety if you don’t contact them for a reading. They know how to get unsuspecting victims’ attention and are good at what they do. The “psychics” they create aren’t real people, just fabrications- automated bots created to make and send emails and reply with fake readings when someone pays.
They’re Based Out Of Gibraltar
As if that weren’t enough, my second red flag was that they’re based out of Gibraltar. This is cause for concern because Gibraltar is a well-known international tax haven. The country allows any company to use its address, no matter what they do. They then receive service payment at this address without reporting it to anyone. They don’t require them to pay taxes on their revenue like other countries.
For this reason, unethical companies who don’t care to be honest or genuine prefer doing business there. It also means that customers have no recourse if they get scammed by a company based here. They can skirt common laws and don’t have to appear in court for anyone. This is a big NO from me regarding doing business with them. If a company takes money from my credit card without my approval, I want to be able to fight for my money back.
Popular Psychic Extraordinary Chris Is One Of Their Scams
One of New Lotus Web’s most famous psychic creations is Extraordinary Chris. You may also know him as Chris Voyance, Chris the Psychic, or Psychic Chris. His website is oraculum.psychic-readings-for-free.com. When I looked on his website, I noticed that his address is the same in Gibraltar as New Lotus Web, which pretty much told me everything I needed to know. I kept looking, however, because I like to give everyone a fair chance before calling them fake.
The website provides a short video where they introduce us to him and tell us more about who he is. He calls himself a “hypnotist” and a “para-psychologist.” You can get an initial reading for about £5, which includes a mailed or emailed reading, a tarot card draw, and your lucky numbers. They claim a 100% satisfaction guarantee, but being based in Gibraltar doesn’t mean anything. I’ve heard from hundreds of dissatisfied users who could never get a refund, but I’ll touch on that later.
Other Fake Psychics Created By New Lotus Web
Extraordinary Christ isn’t the only fake psychic created and run by New Lotus Web. I’ve only just begun to uncover some of them, and it’s a continuous process because as soon as I discover one, they’ve already created more. It’s also hard to speak directly to New Lotus Web because it doesn’t list an owner; it’s owned and operated by “Private Company Ltd.” No one can be held accountable for their services.
Another one of their psychics that I know for a fact is a scam is Esmeralda Psychic. Her whole existence is just like Chris’s. The website has a photo and a short little bio about her. Another popular one is William, Your Guardian Angel, who is well-known but just as fake as the others. Medium Maria is yet another one of their famous scams.
Just like the others, the website looks legitimate and seems very believable. They all function similarly, using different images and personas to attract victims. Chris might appeal more to one person, while William Guardian Angel appeals to another. By creating various “psychics,” they cover all their bases. New Lotus Web is one of many companies that produce these fake psychics, and many are based out of Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Switzerland, etc.
Here is a list of just some that I know of:
- Miller Plus Ventures- Medium Zoltan
- Sesam Ltd.- Padre The Messenger of Angels
- Stoneage Sarl- Mary & Christian Telepathic Duo
- Replay Sarl- Celeste Angelic Medium.
- Syrius Sarl Ltd- Magellan
- Astro Corporation Ltd- Miranda Sensitive Psychic
- Dynad Services Ltd- Esperanza Psychic
- SI Digital- Elissa Psychic
- Astroway Ltd- Tara Medium
- 123 Personality Pte. Ltd- Maria Loren
New Lotus Web’s Scam Process
The process for all of New Lotus Web’s psychic scams is essentially the same, with only slight differences here and there. It goes something like this: You land on their website, either by doing a web search for psychic readings or clicking on the link in an email they sent you. They then convince you they’re a genuine psychic, and you sign up for the “free” reading.
Once you do this, you’ve already given New Lotus Web some of your personal information, such as gender, date of birth, etc. You get sent a supposed reading, but it’s filled with bad news. The digital marketing part of the company strategizes how to best convince you to pay for a full reading. Unfortunately, that usually always involves doom and gloom.
They tell you that your future will be bleak if you don’t pay to hear what they say. You’ll have bad luck, or your curse will never get removed. These scammers might also try to tell you that something terrible will happen to you or someone you love. When they’ve frightened you enough, you agree to pay for a reading that supposedly tells you how to avoid these nasty things.
New Lotus Web has a “funnel monetization plan” in place, which means they design its email campaigns to increase the company’s conversion rate. The more people they sign up, the more money they get. Pretty simple. If you sign up just once, you’ll get constant emails trying to sell you services. Once they have your email address, they can send you emails from different “psychics,” hoping that one of them strikes a chord with you and you’ll bite.
Customer Experiences With New Lotus Web And Their Psychics
I’m not alone in my dislike for New Lotus Web and its various psychics, like Extraordinary Chris. While there are some good reviews for him, there are more negative than positive ones. Terrible ratings are always a red flag, making me question what’s happening. I decided to research other people’s experiences to compare them to mine.
I saw how so many people could not get a refund after requesting one, and I couldn’t find anyone who said they successfully managed to do so. Maybe they’re out there and never took the time to report back- that’s possible. It still makes me suspicious, though. People said they sent numerous refund requests emails, and nobody ever replied. They also tried calling various phone numbers that also went unanswered.
Most reviewers stated that they found the tactics used by Esmeralda Psychic, Medium Maria, Extraordinary Chris, and William, Your Guardian Angel, unethical. So many complained about receiving threatening emails after requesting the service to be canceled. The fake psychics also told them, “the Black Mark of Janus is on you.” Authentic psychics abide by a code of ethics and never say something like this. They also have genuine gifts and skills and don’t have to go as low as to use disingenuous scare tactics to get customers.
Everyone Gets The Same Reading
The final nail in the coffin was when I realized everyone gets the same generic readings. When I compared mine with other people’s, I noticed they were almost identical, with only a few words changed. I even signed up for the same psychic from a different email address, DOB, and name and got the same thing. They changed names and dates of birth, of course, but that’s about it.
There’s hardly any personalization in their messages which tells me they’re all automated and are just a “bot” put to work replying to people who paid. If you’re in an emotionally challenging place and are looking for help from a psychic, please do your homework! Please avoid the psychics I’ve mentioned and any others from New Lotus Web. All they’ll do for you is rip you off.
Instead, check my reviews page for authentic, trustworthy psychics, or click on the box below. This box will take you to a list of all the online psychic sites I use and trust. Unlike New Lotus Web psychics, these aren’t run out of a shady country. They also come with satisfaction guarantees, so you have nothing to lose!