If you answered "yes" to five or more of these questions, there is a good chance
that they might be a scam.
Common sense would indicate that it is best to avoid sites that seem confusing,
dishonest or insincere. Sites that are secretive, (refuse to post their prices, or give
you any information unless you give them your name and email, etc), elusive,
vague, and evasive are best avoided as well. If they ask you to double-cross
another spell caster or do anything else unlawful, be especially careful.
You don’t have to bother with phony imposters, or swindlers. There are plenty of
good, honest, caring people you can work with, who will be glad to help you in
whatever way they can. The most important thing is to choose someone you feel
comfortable with. Real magic does not have to be scary, intimidating or expensive.
A good spell caster will be honest and straightforward. They will tell you the truth,
even if it’s not what you want to hear, because they really are looking out for your
best interest instead of their own pocketbook. Really pay attention to the site, and
how things are worded. Get a “feel” for their personality. Do they seem angry,
resentful and on guard? If so, look elsewhere. Or, does their site educate and
inform you? Do they go out of their way to provide you with enough information in
order for you to be able to make an informed decision? A genuine spell caster will
explain things in a candid way without seeming angry and defensive. Now, don’t get
me wrong, even the best spell caster has bad days sometimes, just like anyone
else. I’m talking about the general feel of the site, not just one line in an email that
seems a bit curt or short.
Pay attention to the types of spells offered on the site. Do they offer you the
impossible if you pay them enough money? “I can make you ten inches shorter in
only a week!” Does that really seem like a realistic expectation to you? Of course
not! “I will force your lover to come back to you, in fact, he will call you tonight, if you
only pay me $5,000 today!” Once again, be very careful of such outlandish
promises! “I will put a black curse on the person that hurt you, I will really make
them pay!” Remember karma! Whatever you give out is what you will get back. Yes,
that goes for you, not just the spell caster! Why? Because you are the one wishing
revenge on them. You are the one paying for it to be done. Any authentic spell
caster with even a small amount of integrity will not offer such spells on their site.
This does not include sending a curse back to the person who sent it. Why?
Because all you are doing in that situation, is giving something back to the person it
belongs to in the first place!
Use your own common sense, follow your intuition, and work with someone you feel
comfortable with, no matter who that might be.
There are plenty of honest, caring people running legitimate websites, who truly
want to help people in need. The bottom line is, find a site you feel comfortable
with, someone who feels to you like a reliable, sincere person who honestly wants
to help you.
The very best way to protect yourself from scams, frauds, and con artists is
to use your own common sense and best judgement. If it sounds too good to
be true, it probably is. There are numerous “red flags“, or things to watch out
for, specific things that say “proceed with caution”. Above all, follow your
intuition, and do what feels “right” to you.
Do they make outrageous promises, that sound like hollywood magic?
Do they have "hate" letters on their site condemning other people or
Does the site make you feel scared, intimidated or pressured?
Do their prices seem either very high, or very low?
Do they put other spell casters down who do things differently from the
way they do them?
Does their FAQ page leave out too much important information?
Do they ask for unnecessary information that could be used against
Do they ask you to send cash through the mail or by Western Union?
Do they offer a guarantee?
Do they require you to sign up for anything?
other way share your email and/or personal information?
Do they ask for any personal items?
Do you get the feeling that they are playing on, or with your emotions?
Do they send you any physical object such as a candle, amulet or
Do they suggest you “report” other websites with no proof of any wrong-
Do they suggest you lie to your credit card company in order to get your
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