Here’s a link for ann article about a psychic would bilked people out of thousands of dollars. She’s being prosecuted for it, thank goodness.
I’ve said it before. I’ll say it again. There are a lot of charlatans out there that give real professionals a bad name. You want to spend your money on psychic entertainment, that is your right and your business. But, exercise common sense. If the psychic tells you that you have some problem that they can solve for you by giving them more money – RUN!
Once any product or service becomes unreasonably priced, walk away before you suffer buyers’ remorse. Do some research. Ask questions, Don’t fall prey to fear. Be an educated consumer.
If your psychic reading isn’t problem-solving or inspirational in its delivery, reject it. Don’t fall for things like: “You have a negative attachment or demon on you.” “You have a curse on you.” That one really frosts my cookies. (See my rant on curses in a previous post.)
Whatever your problems might be, (and we all have them) there are usually many practical actions you can take to dig out of them all by yourself. Most of the time, it requires a change of attitude on your part.
Don’t allow anyone to treat you as if you are gullible. The right information from a psychic, at the right time, can change your life. I have first hand experience with that. But you want that change to be in a strongly positive, forward direction.