So I found a local psychic to get what was advertised a 25.00 reading she gave me 2 other prices for detailed readings. I said no 25 . So she did the reading was very accurate . She said I need to give her 1280 to have a love spell done. I said I dont have it but if you want I can get the money over a couple of weeks. Anyways today I gave her 400 now she needs 500 for materials. I am not experienced in this and I am new to all of it. You have been kind enough to help me before so I ask does this sound right as far as the cost ? She kept on saying the spirits told her I have it I dont. It would take me a couple of weeks. I will not cast a love spell because I am so new and if someone who really has the knowledge and experience I have no problem paying. Thank you
Alright so where would one go to find and experienced pyschic to help or guide me? One thing is she was really accurate . She introduced herself and looked at my palms and she told me not to speak and she knew a lot. Thats what made me think well if shes that connected to that realm she must be good.
Re: Need some help please By: Spirit76 / Beginner Dec 08, 2017
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Agreed. I would highly suggest reporting this psychic as a scam artist to local authorities so they can investigate him/her before the person moves on and does the same to others.
As a quick tip, if any person is asking for large sums of money and trying to claim 'for materials' it is a big, glowing, song-and-dance red flag warning. Magic, as an art, does not need a great deal of expense to manage. Not only that but any worker who is remotely worth their salt will already have the supplies they would need to do any working that is within their repertoire, save for perhaps a few items that might get used up like herbs and incense. Those can be purchased for a matter of a few dollars. Magic doesn't exactly require gold-plated diamond wands and ruby-encrusted chalices.
As far as fees for performing the services themselves like readings, spells, banishings, etc that is up to the individual practitioner as to judging what their service might be worth. But do not be fooled into thinking a high cost means greater chance of success. It just means they want to make more money from the service or that they might feel they have made a certain name for themselves and so have enough demand to warrant charging more. So be sure you think for yourself if the service is worth the cost.