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A Caring Warning About Psychic Scams: Protecting Those Who’ve Been Scammed

A Caring Warning About Psychic Scams: Protecting Those Who’ve Been Scammed

How to Not Fall Prey to Psychic Scams

It is with a heavy heart that I write this post to share another story of someone who has fallen victim to the heartless deception of psychic scammers. We understand the pain and turmoil these situations can cause, and we want you to know that you are not alone.

Your privacy is of utmost importance to me. I will never reveal anyone’s real name or personal information here. My goal is to shed light on these unfortunate events, offering support to those who have been affected.

Recently, a new client reached out to me, overwhelmed by her financial struggles. She confided that a local psychic had manipulated her into opening credit lines and making extravagant purchases, all to serve the psychic’s selfish motives. Sadly, she complied out of desperation as her financial resources dwindled. What’s even more alarming is that this story is far from unique.

This deceitful psychic instructed her to buy three handbags at Neiman Marcus, a scenario that sounded all too familiar. I’ve had clients who were coerced into similar situations, even at the same store in different states. It pains me to inform her, and others like her, about the prevalence of gypsy psychic scams that persist in every corner of the world. The psychic claimed that the “orange” work she had done for her was tarnished, blaming it on my client’s negative energy. The solution, according to the scammer, was to purchase specific items, such as a big-screen TV, to cleanse her energy and place it inside a large box.

My client was trapped in this cycle, afraid to break free for fear of further demands or consequences. She’s poured countless dollars and valuable possessions, including three costly men’s suits, into this bottomless pit, with the psychic always promising that it would be the last time.  She is stronger today and now understands the valuable lesson she learned from this experience.   When you’re feeling vulnerable, these predators are ready to prey.

Today, I hope to empower her, and others like her, by exposing the truth: these individuals are nothing more than criminals not actual spiritual people practicing good, not real psychic lightworkers. They are robbing you not only of your money but also your peace of mind, leaving you in a state of deep depression and despair. This is not psychic or spiritual guidance; it’s a heartless con game, and these scammers are masters at it.

If you find yourself in a similar situation, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. We empathize with your pain, even though recovering your lost money may be unlikely. Each day, new victims who feel helpless and vulnerable are ensnared by these predators. They won’t stop until they’ve drained your finances, credit, jewelry, and anything else of value. Once they’ve taken it all, they will vanish without a trace.

In closing, we want to emphasize a crucial point: a genuine psychic advisor will never call you to ask for purchases from department stores or request you to open credit lines for them. In fact, unless you’ve initiated the contact, reputable psychic advisors won’t call you except to return your call. Your safety and well-being are my top priorities, and I am here to support you through this challenging time.

16 thoughts on “A Caring Warning About Psychic Scams: Protecting Those Who’ve Been Scammed

  1. Wow! I don’t think I would ever fall for anything like this. Sounds too crazy to me. But I guess I can also understand that when one is in a bad situation any kind of help might seem to make sense.

    1. Yep, and when they realize that it was a scam, they are so hurt and also so embarrassed. That’s exactly why people never say anything about it to anyone, and those gypsies continue to thrive laying in wait for their next victim. That’s why I’m giving it so much exposure, so that people looking for real spiritual guidance will know BEFORE they get caught up with these people.

      1. Great work you are doing: The Craigslist is full of gypsy psychics and their scams..I too am trying to help in this as I have put froth “Gypsy” fraud messages on craigslist…

    2. wow do you have a blog about black people how about italian
      or is it just gypsy are all black people are bad and italian in the mob are all white men srial killers?why is your blog only about bad gypsy psychic!!!

      1. My site is not all about bad gypsy psychics. This is a subcategory and a serious topic. I talk about psychics because this is a psychic blog, not a blog about race. I have a huge following on the topic of Numerology (which is very difficult to fake) and my site and blog covers many, many aspects of psychic readings. My blog does expose the pitfalls people encounter when seeking psychic advice and my followers thank me. As someone who has called hundreds of psychics, I have found there is profound lack of professionalism out there, not to mention a lack of authenticity. My visitors are very appreciative of the information I have provided. Some of it is about the “BAD” gypsy psychics, who are very destructive and hurt peoples’ lives. The information I provide on my site is truthful and I help people with truth in their lives–by providing excellent relevant content about psychic readings. If BAD gypsy psychics is not something you want to read about, how did you find yourself on my blog? And, since the information is helpful and not intended to hurt anyone (maybe it hurts those who are being exposed for their dishonesty), but to inform people, why would someone complain about it? All psychics are not bad, just the bad ones.

        Are you a bad gypsy psychic? I question someone who objects to exposing the bad stuff out there about bad psychics, which includes the fortune telling scam and other cons. Why would anyone object if they are on the side of truth and honesty. As for your comment about blacks and Italians, sounds like your argument has not been very well thought out. Psychic con artists do not fall under racial or ethnic groups; however, your defensiveness on the subject reveals you feel victimized by this content and that you shun the limelight of exposure! Gypsy frauds have a very long history in the gypsy [con]fidence game culture. You cannot compare a criminal group with a race of people, although you can try in defense of your self. I do believe your comment speaks volumes about you and who YOU are.

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  3. This is some really great information, I just finished my paper for school and think I should go re-edit it lol. You may have just made me a regular 🙂

  4. I was taken for about $15,000.00 8 years ago by a gypsy out of Florida. She had me get a credit card because I didn’t have the money to pay her. I maxed it out and have never caught up with my credit since. It was a family thing also because I talked to the husband and kids and they all made me believe she was helping me.

    1. Hello Sue, I totally understand your pain and exactly what you have been through. So many have fallen victim to the gypsy scam. They simply feel that if they make you feel good it is OK to cheat you. This is their philosophy. I received your email and I will respond as soon as I can. Thank you for your post. People need to be warned.

      1. I just got scammed for $3000 2 days ago and I went to police department today and I will sue this person and get my money back. I can’t believe these people. They took advantage of you when you are crying and valurable and need help. Any suggestions, feel free to let me know.

  5. There is a very dispicable psychic fraud working out of her home and a business location named (PSYCHIC READINGS)in Dallas,Texas. The home is located on Mockingbird Lane in Dallas. They use various names like Cathy Marks, Kathy Leath, Nicole, Ann Newman, Dorothy Marks, Dorothy Leath to name a few. BEWARE of these women because they will hustle you out of your hard earned money and they only care about themselves. The tactics they use are fear and intimidation. They will tell you of a evil spell that has been put on you by someone and for large amounts of money, they can help you remove these bad spells. They also scare you concerning money troubles you will have and health concerns to be aware of. Stay away from these evil women folks.

    1. Thanks for your post Brian. You are right, they are evil. I found this site recently that explains in detail the origins and how this criminal group was spawned and evolved to what it has become today.

  6. I really do wish I would have found this information a year ago. I could have save myself from so much time money and heartache I am going through right now… thank you so much cherry for all this information. If it was not for me reading all of this information I would still be giving this lady money right now… I hope u got my email and will talk to u soon…

  7. Spot on with this write-up, I truly believe this web site needs a lot more attention. I’ll probably be back again to see more, thanks for the info!

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