I’d like to take some time to point out a few things that I find contradictory to fact, and inaccurate within an article I read online somewhere. We’ll name the author, “Judy”.
My first issue is the way Judy talks about scam artists. I agree, the internet is flooded with them in my profession. It is the one thing I really hate and can’t stand. It holds us back from helping some people in true need (more on that here (coming soon)). However, I’d like to point out that when she says, “Most spell casters are Psychics”; that’s a fallacy, and common misconception. We believe it was brewed up by the scam artists themselves.
Allow me elaborate. I’ve been casting spells for as long as I can remember. In fact, a 4th generation spell caster that was taught by my mother and grandmother. My mother loved to travel and meet other practitioners in the local areas. This is the only reason we are as large of a group as we are. However, the point is that none of us believe that one person has both gifts of being a psychic and the ability to cast effective spells for people. Spell casting is both an art and a science and no two spell casters perform the same ritual. Even though there are some similarities in a spell casting for a situation–the techniques used during a casting and the materials that are used (the spell casting recipes) are personally developed and tweaked for their personally developed and type of spell casting ritual. Yes, it is true that there are known types of spell casting practitioners. However, each of the individual practitioners within each type of spell casting type does develop their own personal techniques (it’s just a fact).
It’s not easy to learn how to cast an effective spell and even harder to cast a spell effectively for other people. I am lucky to have been taught how to cast spells as a child as well as many of the other spell casters on our staff. However, I’d like to make sure everyone knows that any spell caster claiming to be psychic as well should be highly scrutinized for authenticity. And the most important thing to remember when choosing a legitimate spell caster online is to make sure you feel comfortable with them. Ask them questions personally and ask yourself if you feel like they really care. I always check my gut to see if I feel good about something before I proceed. With us, we analyze a situation before we decide to cast a spell for someone. Even though there are only a few things we won’t cast a spell for, we do turn some people away as we don’t like the flavor of some of these requests. I think Judy wrote a nice article from her heart. However, I also believe that she’s mistaken about some of the information she’s published. I question her sources to be honest.
Also, her saying that any site that offers a money back guarantee are clear scams is ridiculous. We’ve been offering a money back guarantee for many years. We don’t process many refunds because they are not requested very often. However, we do process them upon request and as outlined on our guarantee page. It’s absurd to label a spell caster a fake due to a refund policy and I take great insult to the accusation. I do agree, though, that spell casters that only take payment via western union are most likely to be scams.