Is Your Psychic Real or a Scam?

By heaven | The Psychic Blog

Feb 25

In my last posting I talked about what to expect when you have a reading with me.  Today I’m going to talk with you about what I call the “Neon Sign Factor”.  There are many psychics and psychic mediums that are real, genuine, and operating in the light.  Unfortunately, there are equally as many, if not more that are not real, are looking to scam people, or are just not operating in the light with the right intentions.  If you are in an area where there are shops, or psychic reading salons, as they are sometimes called, there will be a neon sign saying “Psychic” or “Palm Reader”.  By no means am I saying that all of these are scammers, but in this blog I am going to give you some indicators to look for if you happen to be in one of these types of shops, or even if you are doing a reading by phone.

More often than not when someone is looking for a reading they have a situation that is going on in their life that they are hoping to gain insight into, having a relationship issue, or someone close has passed away and they are hoping to connect with them.  In situations like this the person going for the reading is vunerable.   When we are vunerable we sometimes miss things that would not otherwise get by us.  There are times when people are just going for a reading because it would be fun to do, but that is really the unusual type of reading.  But these guidelines can help no matter what the reason is that you are looking for a psychic reading.

A lot of times it will start with being lured in with really inexpensive, or a cheap price.  That is because knowing that clients are vunerable, the money end of the scam comes at the back end of it.  I don’t mean to imply that all the scams start out as completely inexpensive either.  Some have gained confidence and will charge more in the beginning.  Part of the reason for the inexpensive draw in is to gain the client’s trust, and build a relationship, keep the client coming back often. 

Another indicator is your psychic reader telling you not to tell anyone what you have been told in your reading.  There is no reason in the world why, if you choose to share something that has come through in a legitimate reading that you cannot.  This is a red flag.  Along the same lines is taping a session.  In fact, I encourage people to record their sessions, that way I know they can be paying full attention while we are in the session and not distracted by trying to take notes at the same time, and then it can be listened to again after the session.  So, if  you are told you cannot tape record your session, ask why?  Now I can tell you that there may be something that comes through in a session that spirit might not want on the tape, and they can make it sound different, or it is blank, but that is not and should not be the decision of the person doing your psychic reading.  If you bring your own recording device you will know for sure it has not been tampered with, and it’s under your control.

This next indicator can go either way, but I list it anyway as just something to be aware of.  If there are two people and the reader says the other person cannot stay in the room, be sure it is for a legitimate reason.  In my sessions I will allow someone to stay as long as the client is okay with, and they are not concerned that something may come up that they do not want anyone else to hear.  Sometimes when there is more than one person in the room a second fee will be charged because something could come up for the other person, this would be true in a psychic medium reading.  It would not be the case for a tarot card reading, or a palm reading.

If you are in your reading and you are told that you have “a black cloud over you, negative energy following you, a curse on you”, any of these types of statements are a lead in to begin the scam.  Another one is if you are having a relationship issue and you are trying to get back together with someone, or even get someone to leave you alone and this psychic can help you with it, can fix it, can heal it, these are all things that are indicators of scams.  Sometimes they will tell you to put a certain amount of money in a white envelope and then pray over it, sleep on it and then bring it to them.  In one case you will be told that they can do candle magic to fix the issue and the candle is an enormous amount of money.  There is no amount of candle magic, or you giving someone a large sum of money that is going to fix any of the above listed “issues”. 

When anyone is having things go wrong in their life, be it in a relationship, job, or however they are effecting you, no one else can fix it but you.  It means there is a life lesson that you must learn in order to move forward.  No one can learn your lessons for you, you must walk that road yourself.  You must take the class yourself.  When you learn the lesson you then begin to move forward.  Sometimes that lesson is patience, sometimes it’s tolerance, or communication.  It’s always a life-lesson. 

In closing for today, remember psychics and psychic mediums can be very helpful when they are real and operating in the light.  When they are not real or just scamming, they can do more damage than good.  Be aware of that when you are looking for a psychic or a psychic medium.  Do your research or get a referral from someone else who has had a good experience.

Until next time, I send Universal Love and Light to you.

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Darlene bourque July 21, 2017

I had a psychic scam me out of 24,000 dollars to claim I had This powerful strong curse over me her name is debbie lee she is from semi valley california..I relized how much she was a fake when she continued telling me that the negative energy kept coming back towards me after I had already paid her so much money and,she kept calling and texting me until i had to tell her that I was ganna report her to the authorities and I also had to change my phone number so she can leave me alone..and I had not got back in touch with her after she had so say done work for me but she called me one day out of the blue and telling me things to scare me.

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Chris June 19, 2019

I went for a tarot reading in May with my mom. We thought it would be fun. My mom went 1st, I went 2nd. Maybe because I am into tarot readings, etc. and was more open to it, she mentioned negative energy and how she could help me get rid of it. I paid $20.00 for the tarot reading and additional $375.00 for cost of 3 crystals. She also said she would help in meditation and getting rid of negative energy. She said it didn’t matter how many sessions, she would do what she could to rid this from me. I did baths with salts and candles, meditation with my crystals and Chakra sessions. She had me eat certain foods in certain colors on certain days and wear clothing in certain colors also on certain days each representing peace, love & Happiness. I brought her 3 items that represented peach, love & happiness that so she could meditate with them for me, etc. I also bought 3 roses (red, pink & yellow) and released them in a natural body of water to realese negative energy. I have to admit, when we were doing negative energy part a lot of stuff went wrong for me (cat got sick, bad days at work,fights with friends, etc.) She said that since we were making progress it was the negative energy trying to come through because we were having success & not to let it rattle me. Anyway, things have gotten better and we are on the last part which is putting up a shield to keep negative energy away for good. Well yesterday she hit me with what we needed to complete the process. Winds up she needs to purchase (3) really big Amethist crystal each cost $1,325.00 each which totals $3,75.00. She said I could get her half the money and her church would help out with the other half. Well I hit the ceiling when I heard that! I went online and researched price of the crystal and there are expensive ones, but do I really need (3) huge ones to ward of negative energy? There must be a cheaper way. I am really scared now that since she had possession of my stuff and if I don’t get her this money and quit that things will get worse for me. I am not a gullable person, but was not in the best place of life when we went for reading. Am I being scammed because I really feel like I am. She never mentioned we would need to spend this much money when I paid the $375. I thought it was a 1 time fee. She never mentioned anymore more money being put up. Please help. I need advice on how to handle this going foward. I don’t want anything bad to happen to me or have a curse put on me.

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    heaven June 19, 2019

    Chris,
    Unfortunately, this is exactly how the scams work. DO NOT pay any more money to this person. They never tell you upfront, as they are playing the long game. When something negative is going on in your life, there’s always a lesson attached to it. There really is nothing to fear. If you would like to set up a reading with me, I will tell you up front, mine is a one time thing. I meditate before sessions, and then give you everything that has come up in the meditation. After that, there’s time for you to ask questions. You can email pam@heavencallingearth.com, or text my assistant at 914 620 5776. I hope this helps you feel better. Curses are another part of the scam, and they only have the power that you give by them by worrying about it.

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