People in the Psychic Scams List
Believing in psychics who perform different types of reading is not a mortal sin for some cultures but believers or frequent customers of this kind of activity are advised to know or at least be aware of the psychic scams list to prevent unwanted events. The most common reason why some psychics perform fake readings is because of money. It is a known fact that having a lot of money equates to bigger and greater power. Because of the power of money and at the same time, the power to read minds and the future of many people, fake psychics feel that they can be the most powerful beings in their industry.
If one reads the psychic scams list, it can be observed that most of them perform astrology, which is one of the ten types of psychic reading. What are astrology scams and what do psychic scams do in this activity? A psychic that is not certified usually claims that he or she has a vision or can predict of the client’s lucky number. This lucky number is typically a general number that is related to various aspects of a person’s life and gives luck or success to every single thing the customer does.
At first, this simple yet deceptive modus operandi is done for no cost so that the psychic will be able to capture the interest of the customer. After some time, this psychic scam will include money in the activity such as requesting the client to send money to a mail box in exchange of some charms, golden eggs and other guides to gain personal wealth, which are actually fake items or guides. To make it more realistic, some psychic scams ask for small amounts in the beginning and eventually ask for bigger money or even include hidden charges once the customer can no longer control his or her eagerness to hear the psychic’s words.
Sadly, these scams are usually done with the use of the internet. Normally, psychic scams browse through the internet and with the help of viruses or spywares, they can retrieve contact details, particularly email or mailing addresses of probable victims who they feel are naive when it comes to scams. As the psychic gets the contact information of his or her target victim, the former sends a letter stating his or her capabilities and services being offered. If the receiver of the letter is convinced, he or she will order a charm from the sender, which is the psychic, in which the latter sends a fake one, resulting to loss of money of the receiver or the customer.
Surprisingly, there are numerous psychics who do not have a heart and continue to trick innocent believers who just want to know some things on their future. Amanda Kane, Angela Almera, Angelique de Succes, Anna Pfeiffer, Blanche Calmette Clairvoyant, Bon Po, Maria Rosa, Maria Desperance, Rose Hart and Vinci Seven Pentacles of Happiness are among others who are included in the recently updated psychic scams list.