Ads on my site are not in any way affiliated with Angel Messenger. This morning, someone contacted me about a woman named Gabriella, the psychic, who she purchased a reading from through an ad on my site. Gabriella is a scam. When I did a Google search on her name, I found all sorts of complaints and accusations of fraud. If you have considered getting a reading with this woman, please don’t. It sounds like she is very much like Tara-Medium, which is a site I spoke out against earlier this year. These people are frauds. There is a massive number of fraudulent psychics out there that create websites like this that all seem to send out computer generated readings. Once a website name receives so much bad press that it’s no longer successful, they delete the site and create a new one under a different name. I always tell people to make sure you know who you’re getting a reading from. I know that not all people find me through word of mouth, but it’s the best way to find an accurate psychic. Knowing someone else who has paid money for services rendered and been pleased with the results is the best way to make sure you’re not being scammed. If you’ve never had a reading with me and this makes you think you should find a referral elsewhere, I would rather have you do that than chance being scammed like the woman who contacted me this morning. It truly breaks my heart to have such a thing happen.
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1. Ads from Amazon.com – I love Amazon and think it’s a great place to purchase products. You do have to watch as some prices can get outrageous, but most things sell for less on Amazon, and you can get free shipping. My website receives a very small contribution from Amazon for people who purchase items through my links.
2. Ads from Google – This is the main support system for my website. Google chooses ads based on the content of my site and other factors. I do not always see all the ads, and the advertisers are in no way affiliated with Angel Messenger. I can and have blocked certain advertisers from the ability of advertising with my site. If you see an ad on my site, please do not believe that I personally am trying to sell you the particular product or service. If I want to promote a product or service that I have personally found useful, I will specifically say so in my blog. However, no advertisements on my website have anything to do with me personally. These pay-per-click advertisements are used by many websites. My website is compensated a small fee for every single ad clicked on. (Please, don’t go and click on a bunch of ads to help support me. While I appreciate that, it will just get your computer blocked from future clicks.)
In the past, I’ve had people contact me and ask me things like what time their appointment is scheduled for when they never scheduled a session with me. It was with an advertiser they clicked on and couldn’t remember who it was. Or, they purchased an astrology chart from my site, but I don’t sell astrology charts.
Remember, the internet is the internet. Anyone can publish whatever they want on this thing. I use Google ads not only because they help support my site, but the ads can also provide you access to some other great websites with helpful information. Please, when using my site, understand that advertisers are not affiliated with me or with Angel Messenger. If you purchase a reading with someone, you need to know who you’re scheduling it with and beware what kind of person they are. Do a Google search on their name.
Here are a few warning signs of a psychic scam …
1. Testimonials on the site are general at best. (Even if they provide pictures of clients, pictures can be found anywhere and usually are. Most real psychics do not keep track of client personal information, and they especially don’t take the time to take photos of their clients.)
2. Website claims are ridiculous (ie. helping you win the lottery or making someone fall in love with you – There is so much wrong with these statements, I don’t even know where to begin!)
3. When you do a Google search on the website, all sorts of complaints come up.
4. Bold press testimonials with no source (or one you’ve never heard of even after doing a Google search)
Above all, use the internet with care. Anyone can advertise just about anywhere. They don’t need to be good at what they do and certainly don’t have to have your best interest at heart. The only psychic, medium, spiritual intuitive or otherwise you will find on my site that I personally know and can account for proper intentions is myself. Any person advertising on my site through Google is not affiliated with or backed by myself or my site. While I appreciate that my readers click on ads and help support Angel Messenger, I do not in any way want any of you to be taken advantage of. If you ever come across an advertiser on my site that seems fraudulent or even questionable, please let me know. I will block any site that needs to be blocked. Thank you.
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Thank you for commenting, ladies. There are definitely good people online. Unfortunately, there are also not so good people online.
Thank you for posting this and pointing out the clues to a scam. I can see how someone could easily be taken. I don’t know anything about website code and wouldn’t have noticed this. Her email sounds really impressive until you point out how it’s all generic, then I read it over again and could see what you are saying. I’m embarassed to say I might have given her money. What a shame that people do this. How can they be spiritual and do this? I guess that’s the point you are getting at though right? She isn’t spiritual and might not even be a real person. That really is just not right.
I also went to this site to see if Gabriella indeed was a genuine pshycic. for the life of me, i do not know how i got to your websit. perhaps my angels guided me to you. I just want to say thank you for being genuine. It is really nice to know that good people can also exist on the web.
Wow! Thanks for posting this. I can see how people would be taken by those messages. That geolocate thing is crazy. I guess it’s like in the movies, huh? Wow again!
And then, probably because I didn’t order, I received this …
I’ll be nice and not say what my very deep psychic link is telling me. Remember, I am posting this so that you can see what a fake looks like and see similarities between what I received and what you might receive from this person or computer or whatever. These are no doubt computer generated messages. The one above is probably set to be sent a certain amount of time after the first email is opened. If you’re just coming upon this, scroll down and read the oldest comment first.
I hope this helps at least one person out there avoid scams like this one in the future. This kind of thing makes me really frustrated.
Because I was in the mood for some bad entertainment, I clicked on the “Read More” link at the bottom of this email which took me to a page on her site …
$49 wouldn’t be a bad price for a good reading. The email is long, so she’s giving lots of information, right? Wrong! This is not a good reading but a generic message designed at getting you to pay for more information. If you give your “contribution”, the next email will ask for even more. I don’t have a copy of the next email to show you because I won’t help support this abomination, but do you really need to be psychic to see this for what it is? The email doesn’t give any real information.
Okay, so I signed up for a “free reading” with this Gabriella. My intention was only to post the response here for people to read and see that my response is probably quite similar to what anyone else has received, but I am also surprised at how blatant this scam is. Here’s the reply I received …
Notice the “GEOLOC” part? Many people might skip past this, but as I know a thing or two about website code, this stuck out. That is a code for a geolocator which uses your IP address to find where you are located. This Gabriella makes it sounds like she’s using a psychic gift to see or know where you are, but it’s nothing more than bad code she can’t even hide from showing up in her email responses.
The rest of this email is ridiculous as well, but I’ll let that speak for itself.