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  • Submitted: Tue, August 09, 2005
  • Updated: Fri, April 13, 2012

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Aisha Haadi-Egyptian Witchcraft
Egyptian-witchcraft.com Nationwide U.S.A.
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Aisha Haadi - Egyptian Witchcraft Her spells do not work, ripoff!!! Internet

*Consumer Comment: Aisha Haadi Scammed me

*Consumer Comment: Aisha, worked for me

*Consumer Comment: Aisha Haidi is the real deal

*General Comment: to Robert

*Consumer Comment: aisha Haadi....SCAM, Scam, SCAM.....!!!! Stay away from this one

*Consumer Comment: I used Aisha and she worked for me

*Consumer Comment: Wow, bash much? Enough already

*Consumer Comment: why

*Consumer Comment: why

*Consumer Comment: why

*Consumer Comment: why

*Consumer Comment: Bermuda PLEASE!!!!

*Consumer Comment: Bermuda PLEASE!!!!

*Consumer Comment: Bermuda PLEASE!!!!

*Consumer Comment: Steve - Tucson, Arizona, the spell you bought was redundant

*Author of original report: Do Whatever you want

*Consumer Comment: Stop Hating

*Consumer Comment: She is definitely a rip off!! BEWARE

*Author of original report: Don't do it, Diana!

*Consumer Comment: Hey Steve...not to worry!

*Consumer Comment: To Ann

*Author of original report: Happy it worked for you

*Consumer Comment: Aisha

*Consumer Suggestion: I agree...

*Consumer Comment: I would be embarrassed

*Consumer Comment: Aisha is a fraud/Egyption witchcraft

*Consumer Comment: The Whole Thing is Foolish - witchcraft is inherently evil, and a "stench" (abomination) to God.

*Consumer Comment: I am not from Singapore

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Nibble on this fact like a rat does cheese!

*Consumer Comment: I applaud those that post these scams

*Consumer Suggestion: Why shoot the messenger?

*Consumer Suggestion: Robert-please learn to read!! (Wah! Wah!)

*Consumer Comment: You're too much Ann

*Consumer Suggestion: Don't understand Robert's logic

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Egyptian Witchcraft offers authentic spiritual help

*Consumer Comment: Pass the magic hat Ann ..all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE

*Consumer Comment: Pass the magic hat Ann ..all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE

*Consumer Comment: Pass the magic hat Ann ..all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE

*Consumer Comment: Pass the magic hat Ann ..all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE

*Consumer Suggestion: Let's get our facts straight

*Consumer Comment: It worked for me

*Consumer Comment: How wrong can you be Lori?

*Consumer Comment: I just wanted to warn others who might feel desperate not to make the choice I did

*Consumer Comment: Ok...

*Consumer Comment: what you teach your children is important

*Consumer Comment: No name is proof of what Joe said

*Consumer Comment: Why are people so hateful???

*Consumer Suggestion: Send me your money - I will cast a spell that makes your money worries disappear

*Consumer Suggestion: Send me your money - I will cast a spell that makes your money worries disappear

*Consumer Suggestion: Send me your money - I will cast a spell that makes your money worries disappear

*Consumer Suggestion: Send me your money - I will cast a spell that makes your money worries disappear

*Consumer Comment: Aisha is a fraud

*Consumer Comment: Guaranteed Spells

*Consumer Comment: Drinking the Kool-Aid

*Consumer Comment: Drinking the Kool-Aid

*Consumer Comment: Drinking the Kool-Aid

*Consumer Comment: Drinking the Kool-Aid

*Consumer Comment: Pete....

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Aisha is a fraud indeed!

*Consumer Comment: sorry you got burned....

*Consumer Comment: sorry you got burned....

*Consumer Comment: sorry you got burned....

*Consumer Comment: sorry you got burned....

*Author of original report: Please Re-Read My Message

*Consumer Suggestion: Get real, wake up and smell the coffee

*Consumer Comment: To all who think spells work.

*Consumer Comment: To all who think spells work.

*Consumer Comment: To all who think spells work.

*Consumer Comment: To all who think spells work.

*Author of original report: That's Not Fair! desperation makes people do crazy things

*Consumer Comment: To: No name, please; Rachel; Janet; Elizabeth; Nymmh--

*Consumer Comment: I was also ripped off!

*Consumer Comment: I was also scammed by Aisha Haadi

*Consumer Comment: I was also scammed by Aisha Haadi

*Consumer Comment: I was also scammed by Aisha Haadi

*Consumer Comment: I was also scammed by Aisha Haadi

*Consumer Suggestion: Really

*Consumer Comment: Don't people have any sense??

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I also unfortunately sent money to this woman-only to have absolutely NOTHING happen. I sent her $113 the first time, and then $81 for a 'reinforcement.' You would think that I would learn after being defrauded by Lance Zeidman, but I guess not! Anyway, in my opinion this lady is a total fake. One just has to read her guestbook with all the entries written by so-called happy customers to realize that it is obvious she is wrting them herself.

For instance, when you look at the different entries, the same words are mis-spelled. Like with a few entries, people say they are 'quiet' content with their spells-instead of 'quite' She obviously messes up with this word-and if different people are supposedly writing, why would they all keep making the same mistake? One person out there is sure to know how to spell that word! I have seen the same words mis-spelled the same way in other entries also.

When I first contacted her, the website had no disclaimers. Now it says it is for 'entertainment purposes' (at the advice of her lawyer, she says). When I contacted her about the spell not working after two years, she says that I had 'spiritual obstacles in my way' and that it is 'best that I just move on.' The nerve! She is moving on-with my money!

I don't know how people can live with themselves after taking money and offerring nothing in return. I would advise anyone not to use this site because you will lose your money and get nothing in return. Use sites that at least offer your money back-that way if it doesn't work you are no worse off!

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#1 Consumer Comment

Aisha Haadi Scammed me

AUTHOR: RobinCO84 - ()

She scammed me out of 2000 dollars. I am never buying from her again egyptian witchcraft scam for sure.

you can read about her scam at onlinespellscams.com
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#2 Consumer Comment

Aisha, worked for me

AUTHOR: India - (United States of America)

I know it has been a few years since these complaints have been posted. I read through them all, And If i weren't her customer, I would have thought Aisha to be one of those in it for the money! Probably this is my way of thanking her for all the work she has done for me in the past.
She has always been there for me, sometimes yes she does take longer to answer our emails! When i'm anxious i land up email her 7 times in a day! And its not possible for her to reply to that! What she does is work behind the scenes and calm me down! And yes i've achieved results for the first two spells she cast for me! Both the times, She has given me what what I wanted, and yes she made the impossible possible! (I don't want to explain the nature of the spells for I don't want to attract any negative energies) Aisha is like a mother to me. I do remember getting frustrated cause it wasn't working as fast as I would have liked it to! And yes even now sometimes I nag her, but she has always been kind and patient and loving! And so is her daughter Miriam.
All those who are trying to find out if Aisha is genuine she is! I've seen her work! i've seen miracles right before my very own eyes!
I don't know about the other spell casters mentioned here! For i've only worked with Aisha and i didn't need to go looking for any one else.
Girl, from India.

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#3 Consumer Comment

Aisha Haidi is the real deal

AUTHOR: Michelle Rose - (United States of America)

 First of all...There are no guarantees with spells, she specifically states that her site is for "entertainment purposes only"...With that being said I can tell you I continue to be a faithful client of Aisha over the course of 7 years. I personally ordered numerous spells for different reasons in my life and

have had wonderful results. So the fact she would tell you to move on because of spiritual obstacles she is being honest. I can tell you if she was a fraud she would

ask for more money for another spell. This woman will not do that. Aisha is not

a fake! I know I had my reservations about it until I saw for myself. If your heart is pure in your wishes and you think positive about the outcome and have not broken

the spell in some way it should work out in your favor. If it does not, Aisha is not to blame. Magic does not work the way you think it does. You don't snap your fingers

and everything is as you WANT it. It happens gradually over time, you have to be aware of the subtle changes that will happen in your life to align with your specific wishes and goals.

I can tell you that I have written a few entries in the guestbook and they were all posted there within a month or so! She will not post negative results as the purpose of the guest book is to give those who are awaiting results hope! You only need to read her

site to understand how/why things are. The rules of magic you can not discuss anything about your spells unless it is in the guest book...Otherwise you can cause negative effects or no effects at all, magic thrives on secrecy. As much as you want to tell everyone and anyone you have to refrain from doing so if you want to bring about the changes you are seeking in your life.

Another sign of a fraud would be casters asking for money western union or sans biological samples. Most if not all spells call for biological samples in direct connection to you. It is sad that you are angry but the amount of money you lost is a small price to pay in comparison to many others out there. Good luck on magic, she genuine and although things did not work out the first time I can tell you not to give up on her, she really is the real thing. No joke!!

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#4 General Comment

to Robert

AUTHOR: pushcarie - (Canada)

to Robert from Jacksonville....,You Idiot, how about you!!!!.....you belive in a book that was written 2000 years ago....how about that as stupidity?
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#5 Consumer Comment

aisha Haadi....SCAM, Scam, SCAM.....!!!! Stay away from this one

AUTHOR: pushcarie - (Canada)

Who ever you are.....why don't you return all the money that Bi*h Took from us and then we will be more than happy to go on with our lives......you f*king idiot!!!!


Or may be it's you Aisha!!!!!, and if it is you I have a 3 words for you:


BURN IN HELL!!!!......in the deepest pits of Hellllll , this is for you and your loved ones.


I have sent Aisha Haadi over 1500$US, And nothing happened!!!!


Cleopatra spell and Issis spell And PRM spell.....None of them worked whatsoever, she still has the nerve to say It's my fault and that I need reinforcement spell.....she is the wrose person , she is evil!!!!!


I am very mad and I am trying to write everything fast,,,,,I am sorry for that, all I know is that if you give this monster money you will never get anything back.....that includes your money.


So yes ...... go on with your life!!!!......but before you send her any money.

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#6 Consumer Comment

I used Aisha and she worked for me

AUTHOR: Vanessa15 - (U.S.A.)

I am a real customer of Aisha. I frequently browse through the rip off reports for spell casters because I want to make sure that anyone I ever use isn't on here multiple times. I used Aisha in a situation that I thought was never going to change. She brought him back here with me even though he stated in the beginning that he would never move back in. Not only did he move back in, but all of his stubbornness eventually dissolved away. I got full results within 3 weeks of her work.

She gives you very specific instructions as to what you need to do to make things work out. If you miss those steps or forget about them then it's only common sense that things will be a little messed up.

She came through for me and I was about as skeptical as you can get when it comes to this stuff. In fact, she is the only one who has ever produced results for me, and I've tried MANY different casters (over 20).

It is also true that people can be immune to different types of magic. She performs Egyptian witchcraft, and maybe you are immune to it. You could always try voodoo, white magic, red magic, etc.
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#7 Consumer Comment

Wow, bash much? Enough already

AUTHOR: Laurie - (U.S.A.)

I am a potential customer of this woman and her daughter. i am a wiccan myself and no idiot. I know whats garbage and what isn't. i dont know whether to trust her or not and I dont have much money but i will say I did just ripped off big time by someone whom she did warn me to stay away from and I didn't listen. Cost me a flipping bundle. She's much cheaper than most spell casters. And frankly I can cast my own spells. I would just like someone who won't cry through it to do it for me.

People are going to believe what they want. Hope for what they want and try to buy what they want. It is not anyone's place to say whether they are right or wrong or to insult someone because they choose to use a spell caster. If you think it's nonsense...that's your business. And you should keep your business to yourself. No one has the right to destroy someone's dreams because they think it's nonsense. I'm sorry they are so close minded and won't allow someone to have faith in spells or thier god.

If i cast spells, i do it for free. Because I can do the best i can but I can't promise anyone it will work. That's the only thing I dont like about spellcasters online.

A warning folks.....don't pay anyone western union. then you know it's a scam. TRUST ME. I learned the hard way. But lay off other people's beliefs. remember, if you can't say anything nice........
Crimsonwitch
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#8 Consumer Comment

why

AUTHOR: Trasa - (U.S.A.)

i don't know anything about this witch person and what she does or claims but some of the comments are a real shame. to the comments that asked how you could believe in this and compared some extreme examples of similar situations where someone believed in something or someone. examples jones town, waco, and so on. here's another few extremes for other such beliefs in a person or thing or place throughout history: God, christianity, Christ, peace, goodwill, honor, love, hope, ghandi, saints, democracy, spouses, our children, heaven, hell, satan, the bible, our flag and ourselves. it's called faith. whether you share any of those beliefs or not doesn't make you stupid or weak or pathetic does it? if it does then who are to criticize anyone for the same things. if it doesn't than again who are you to judge them? and i don't agree that it is your decisions or mistakes you make render you dumb but rather not learning from them and trying not to make the same one over and over again. it's experiences in life that shape and molds everyone, good or bad, it's what you do with it that defines and sets us apart from one another.
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#9 Consumer Comment

why

AUTHOR: Trasa - (U.S.A.)

i don't know anything about this witch person and what she does or claims but some of the comments are a real shame. to the comments that asked how you could believe in this and compared some extreme examples of similar situations where someone believed in something or someone. examples jones town, waco, and so on. here's another few extremes for other such beliefs in a person or thing or place throughout history: God, christianity, Christ, peace, goodwill, honor, love, hope, ghandi, saints, democracy, spouses, our children, heaven, hell, satan, the bible, our flag and ourselves. it's called faith. whether you share any of those beliefs or not doesn't make you stupid or weak or pathetic does it? if it does then who are to criticize anyone for the same things. if it doesn't than again who are you to judge them? and i don't agree that it is your decisions or mistakes you make render you dumb but rather not learning from them and trying not to make the same one over and over again. it's experiences in life that shape and molds everyone, good or bad, it's what you do with it that defines and sets us apart from one another.
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#10 Consumer Comment

why

AUTHOR: Trasa - (U.S.A.)

i don't know anything about this witch person and what she does or claims but some of the comments are a real shame. to the comments that asked how you could believe in this and compared some extreme examples of similar situations where someone believed in something or someone. examples jones town, waco, and so on. here's another few extremes for other such beliefs in a person or thing or place throughout history: God, christianity, Christ, peace, goodwill, honor, love, hope, ghandi, saints, democracy, spouses, our children, heaven, hell, satan, the bible, our flag and ourselves. it's called faith. whether you share any of those beliefs or not doesn't make you stupid or weak or pathetic does it? if it does then who are to criticize anyone for the same things. if it doesn't than again who are you to judge them? and i don't agree that it is your decisions or mistakes you make render you dumb but rather not learning from them and trying not to make the same one over and over again. it's experiences in life that shape and molds everyone, good or bad, it's what you do with it that defines and sets us apart from one another.
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#11 Consumer Comment

why

AUTHOR: Trasa - (U.S.A.)

i don't know anything about this witch person and what she does or claims but some of the comments are a real shame. to the comments that asked how you could believe in this and compared some extreme examples of similar situations where someone believed in something or someone. examples jones town, waco, and so on. here's another few extremes for other such beliefs in a person or thing or place throughout history: God, christianity, Christ, peace, goodwill, honor, love, hope, ghandi, saints, democracy, spouses, our children, heaven, hell, satan, the bible, our flag and ourselves. it's called faith. whether you share any of those beliefs or not doesn't make you stupid or weak or pathetic does it? if it does then who are to criticize anyone for the same things. if it doesn't than again who are you to judge them? and i don't agree that it is your decisions or mistakes you make render you dumb but rather not learning from them and trying not to make the same one over and over again. it's experiences in life that shape and molds everyone, good or bad, it's what you do with it that defines and sets us apart from one another.
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#12 Consumer Comment

Bermuda PLEASE!!!!

AUTHOR: Tamara - (U.S.A.)

First of all Bermuda stop crushing someone's hopes. Just because it did not work for you does not mean that it does not work for others. If you go to her website, there are many people that got their wishes. Stop thinking so negativity. That's why your spell did not work.Why don't you drop this subject and move on with your life if you have one. Order from someone else and leave Aisha out of your mess.
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Bermuda PLEASE!!!!

AUTHOR: Tamara - (U.S.A.)

First of all Bermuda stop crushing someone's hopes. Just because it did not work for you does not mean that it does not work for others. If you go to her website, there are many people that got their wishes. Stop thinking so negativity. That's why your spell did not work.Why don't you drop this subject and move on with your life if you have one. Order from someone else and leave Aisha out of your mess.
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Bermuda PLEASE!!!!

AUTHOR: Tamara - (U.S.A.)

First of all Bermuda stop crushing someone's hopes. Just because it did not work for you does not mean that it does not work for others. If you go to her website, there are many people that got their wishes. Stop thinking so negativity. That's why your spell did not work.Why don't you drop this subject and move on with your life if you have one. Order from someone else and leave Aisha out of your mess.
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#15 Consumer Comment

Steve - Tucson, Arizona, the spell you bought was redundant

AUTHOR: Thomas - (U.S.A.)

THAT is why you thought it didn't work! Be fair- buy a different spell and try again!
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#16 Author of original report

Do Whatever you want

AUTHOR: Ann - (Bermuda)

The bottom line here is do whatever you want...Tamara-it is not a matter of 'hating'-if you pay hundreds of dollars for something that doesn't work, you are entitled to speak up! What did you pay for!!! The concensus is that for the majority of people, this did not work! For the people who it did work for, how do we even know if it had anything to do with the spell...maybe it was goung to happen anyway! People have been warned...send this woman money at your own peril...if you end up losing it, you can only blame yourself-you have been warned! But don't call it 'hating'-speaking up because a con artist ripped you off is not the definition of hating! 'Hating' is running someone down for no other reason but that you are jealous of that person and what they have-not because you have a legitimate reason-so look sayings up before you use them...chances are this was written by Aisha or someone she knows anyway!!!
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#17 Consumer Comment

Stop Hating

AUTHOR: Tamara - (U.S.A.)

You people need to stop doubting Aisha's ability to help people. There are some people out here that needs help.I'm glad Miriam put some of these people on blast and defended her mother. People stop hating and get a life. People have no right to crush someone's dreams.
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#18 Consumer Comment

She is definitely a rip off!! BEWARE

AUTHOR: Deb - (U.S.A.)

This woman is sickening to say the least and so is her so called daughter "queen miriam". I find it outlandish to say the least that these people would expose such personal information for all the world to see. She is opening up the door for a lawsuit indeed. I want to warn everyone who ever considers using her site, DONT!!!! I fell for this hook, line and sinker and now a year and 1/2 later, no results. NONE! She sends you a piece of wood with a little shape on it and calls it an all powerful talism. You are then supposed to keep it in your bedroom for 3 weeks and not get it wet or let it touch metal.

Then for 3 Weds you are supposed to "light a candle" for an hour. Let me ask, what good is just lighting a candle and not focusing on anything to keep the energy flowing? Light a candle? For what?? Then after the 3rd and final time you light the candle you are supposed to give the talism "back to nature" which includes throwing it in water??? You are not supposed to recommend the web site to anyone or tell anyone anything or else....and I quote "everything you touch will turn into dirt".

This is what the instructions say. Unless you have some part in the majical process, it is not going to work so this site is a waste of time, money and energy. My advice? Do a spell yourself. After all, majick comes from WITHIN YOU. It is YOUR focus and will that will bring your desires into manifestation. This woman is simply trying to make her site look appealing to everyone so that everyone can send her money for her NOT to cast an actual spell. If you ask me what they have is an assembly line going. As soon as your spell is "done" they ship off the talism to you and all the while your thinking the spell has been cast when in fact it has not. Hey, I could send you a piece of wood with a set of carefully put together instructions via fed ex, tell you to light a candle and tell you I have cast a spell and poof, I have made $400.00 just like that. Please be warned!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#19 Author of original report

Don't do it, Diana!

AUTHOR: Ann - (Bermuda)

Hi Diana,

If you haven't already sent Aisha your money, I would strongly advise against it. The disclaimer is found on her site under 'sitemap', then 'terms of service'...you have to read through all kinds of mumbo-jumbo before you come to the disclaimer-I cut and pasted it for you.

It reads: Aisha makes no claims nor guarantees any medical, supernatural or magical qualities for any product that is sold on this site. The site, the service and the merchandise are provided "AS-IS" and Aisha expressly disclaims any warranty of fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement. Aisha cannot guarantee and does not promise any specific results from use of the site and/or the purchases of products made from Aisha, this site or the Aisha service, whether the purchase is made on the site or by mail as provided. Once a purchase has been made and delivered by Aisha, it is a final sale, there are no refunds, reimbursements or replacements.


I know that you want to believe and are trying to convince yourself that it will work...but I'm sure you will be sorry. I know this website doesn't print other alternatives such as other spell websites, but how about 1.)lighting a candle while meditating on your desire, 2.)appealing to Saints or 3.)buying a buddha and rubbing its belly (some lotto winners actually claimed in the media that this worked for them!). All Aisha does is ask you to light a candle anyway...maybe she knows that there may be something to it and hopes that when it works people will think it's because of her 'spell.' I think that we all have power inside us, it's only our own negativity that holds us back.

Things may seem bad now, but I'm sure they will improve. Things improved for me when I stopped seeing myself as a 'victim' and stopped feling sorry for myself. Bad luck never pursues one person for too long...things always get better. Just believe it, Diana-believe!
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#20 Consumer Comment

Hey Steve...not to worry!

AUTHOR: Adolph - (U.S.A.)

Quote:"I got ripped off by her too. I paid good money to turn GW Bush into a toad and he's still human!!!!"

Ripped off? Nawwww... GW Bush IS a toad. He's now masquerading as a human.

Thanks! You 'da man!
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#21 Consumer Comment

To Ann

AUTHOR: Diana - (U.S.A.)

Ann, I did not purchase a spell or anything from her yet. I actually came on here to search for reports on her services. Unfortunately, I found reports from 3 years ago, and comments from people who have made "fun" of those person's who feel that they have been ripped off.

I would like for you to point me in the direction where this disclaimer is on her site, because I visit there often just to read what people have said about her serivices and what she has recently posted about these attacks.

I am the most skeptical person out there possibly, and always second guessing myself before I purchase anything online. When you've tried everything you know to try; and nothing ever gets better for you sometimes you step outside of the box and try something out of the norm. That's what some of these people have done, and I'm so sorry that this has been yet another disappointment for them.

She's since gone up on her price $400.00 for a spell, so they should thank God they only spent about $200.00. I'm faced with many hardships (as most of us are)so sending my money to someone who's only goal is evil; is not even an option for me at this point. Now if I had that kind of money to throw away, I'd try in a heartbeat but I don't.

If you've been ripped off then she needs to be reported to the New York Chamber of Commerce and Authorities as a fraud, PERIOD!!
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#22 Author of original report

Happy it worked for you

AUTHOR: Ann - (Bermuda)

Hi Diana,

If you used this website and it worked for you great. There is a disclaimer on the site, though...that part is true-you may have missed it. Who knows...we don't all get what we wish for...as for me, I believe what I believe about my bad experience, but if you worked for you, I'm glad to hear it.
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#23 Consumer Comment

Aisha

AUTHOR: Diana - (U.S.A.)

I'm so very sorry that most of you feel that you've been ripped off by Ms. Aisha but you have to make sure that it was Aisha from egyptian-witchcraft before you make such mean and ugly comments regarding her work. It has been reported that there have been scam artists using her picture,website copyrights, etc. and even giving folks the impression that she is affiliated with them.

Now I am potential customer of Ms. Aisha's and like to believe that she is really sincere in the services that she provides. It's like with any company, everyone is not going to be happy. What worked for you to purchase a car may not work for me; doesn't mean that the dealership is a rip off. The same goes for Ms. Aisha's services; she also points out very clearly that results may vary for each individual and she does not make any promises. As for as the comment about a disclaimer being on her site stating; "for entertainment purposes only"...I do not see that anywhere on her site. And no, she does not submit negative comments about her services from angry customers. You have to have faith; she still serves the true and living God. She can pray for you but you have to have faith and patience for yourself.

If these reports are not true, then it's really sad what people would do to cause ruin to another human being. Also, if you wanted her to perform a spell to hurt someone; she will not do it and states this very clearly on her site.

Thank you,
Diana
SC
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#24 Consumer Suggestion

I agree...

AUTHOR: Ann - (Bermuda)

I agree that these people who rip people off are immoral, evil etc. But I wouldn't be embarrassed to report it...the people who reported it didn't do anything wrong. They should hold their heads up high...all the money they lost was money they EARNED the good old-fashioned way...they didn't have to steal from other people. The ones who should be embarrassed are the people like Aisha Haadi who are obviously too lazy to go out and work for a living, but have to scam other people instead. They will get their just desserts...sooner or later.


P.S. Miriam or whatever her name is, sounds like a bona fide nutcase! Maybe that's why she can't earn a decent living!
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#25 Consumer Comment

I would be embarrassed

AUTHOR: Ken - (U.S.A.)

I would be embarrassed to post online that I was foolish enough to send money to someone who was going to cast a spell. Do you have any clue that Aisha Haadi is likely someone who is really named Emmy Mae Smith, and was born in Brooklyn?

Ever wonder what happened to Miss Cleo? (Cahl me now!!) I think she's about out on parole now.

These are mean-spirited, totally amoral people who will not hesitate to steal money from people who should be smart enough to know better.

Get a clue... it is fake, phony, and frankly, silly. Ask yourself this, if she had all this magical power, why does she need to do it for money?? Couldn't she just conjure up herself a winning lottery ticket?
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#26 Consumer Comment

Aisha is a fraud/Egyption witchcraft

AUTHOR: Elly - (U.S.A.)

I noticed Michelle from New York posted about her great experience,well it is a lie,Aisha lives in New York ,so it really is her posting here lying,this really is one of the worst frauds out there.I was sent a talisman in the mail,it was a peice of paper wrapped in a bandage,anyway there are lots of vulnerable people these kinds of spellcasters take advantage of.Don't use her,she is a liar and a fraud.
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#27 Consumer Comment

The Whole Thing is Foolish - witchcraft is inherently evil, and a "stench" (abomination) to God.

AUTHOR: Warren - (U.S.A.)

Witchcraft? First of all, it is nonsense. Secondly, it is an abomination. Go back to the old and new testaments of the Bible and you will find that witchcraft is inherently evil, and a "stench" (abomination) to God.

To be so foolish as to pay money for some flake to caste supposed spells (good or bad) -- it should be taken as a lesson you need to learn. DON'T DO IT.

Consider it folly, unwise, and contrary to God's design, to practice witchcraft, to belive in it, or to blow your money on such junk.

Rather than spending your thoughts and energy on pining about foolishness of paying money for some charlatan to caste a spell for you (you have thus deceived yourself), your time will be better invested on your knees, praying to God for forgiveness for your own foolishness of engaging in idolatry and worship of witchcraft.

In the days of Samuel, you will find that often, men (and women) did what was "right in their own eyes" and the people were judged.

Unless you want God to deliver you into the hands of evil, seek God's forgiveness and turn away from witchcraft!
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#28 Consumer Comment

I am not from Singapore

AUTHOR: Darrel - (U.S.A.)

Your spells work as great as your detective skills. I am a happily married father of 3, who works fulltime in the telecom industry. I have just one account at this website and I just happend to stumble on this SCAM while researching and reporting my own fraud report. Your attempts to link me to other posters is a feable attempt to make others believe that your are legit, when infact you are not. My IP address is only used by me. THIS IS A FACT, and I can prove it in a court of law.

I can see why you would want everyone to believe only one person made up all the negative posts. It's the only way you can possibly SCAM someone weak and desperate in the future.

Look, your spells don't work, they never did, they never will. You perputuate your own successes to give the illusion that what you do is legit. Well, you are a scam artist and the authorities should be notified.
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#29 REBUTTAL Owner of company

Nibble on this fact like a rat does cheese!

AUTHOR: Miriam - (U.S.A.)

I applaud you for becoming the simpleton of the year.

The fact is DARELL, AND, KELVIN, ALSO KNOWN AS CLARA IS THE SAME RAT!!!

Did you honestly believe that a feeble minded RAT such as your pathetic self, can pull a stunt like this and get away with it?

You were, sorely and erroneously mistaken. Your conniving yet malicious ways are tremendously translucent!!!

The fact is , Darrell, Kelvin, also known as Clara, happen to be using the same IP from Singapore. Like I said before, do not think think that you can hide behind a public forum or remain anonymous for that matter. What were you thinking, you dumb bell ?

By the way , do you know what an IP is? I highly doubt it... You can move form Singapore to china, hide in a bowl of rice. I will still flush you out, and expose you as the RAT that you are. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha, but then again I know that Rats happen to be a delicatessen in your part of the globe. Enjoy your meal, and nibble on this fact like the RAT does cheese! you hear what I am saying, jack ass? Another fool EXPOSED...

WHO IS NEXT?

Queen Miriam
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#30 Consumer Comment

I applaud those that post these scams

AUTHOR: Darrel - (U.S.A.)

It must be really hard to admit you made a mistake and I think it's really admirable to come forth to warn others. I personally have not been scammed but found the topic very interesting and have done some research on my own.

Personally, I do not believe in spells. I feel sorry for those that are desperate enough to be conned into believing in them to the point of handing over money. I hope I am never in that situation but I think I understand why they did it. They are not "dumb", they are desperate.

I feel the hostile responses in these posts are actually from Aisha Haadi or her daughter. In other posts on this website, Aisha Haadi (or her daughter) make racist comments to people they have scammed. Funny how all these RATS turn it around as if YOU did something wrong.

I agree with not doing business with Aisha Haadi and people who prey on the desperate. If any of you feel a need to "fix" a problem in your life, remember this...

"To reach success, you cannot take the elevator, you must use the stairs".

What that means is no matter how bad your situation is, you can fix it. It may take (many)baby steps and ALOT of time. But anything worth fixing is worth fixing right.


Think about it BEFORE you send in SCAM money. That's right Aisha Haadi, it's called SCAM money.
Personal Entertainment my ass!
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#31 Consumer Suggestion

Why shoot the messenger?

AUTHOR: Eddie - (U.S.A.)

I found these posts quite interesting. What I would like to ask some of the people here is why are they shooting the messenger, and not attacking the con artists who stole from these people? I agree with Ann, why is this Robert individual attacking her when in actual fact she made no mention of believing in voodoo or spiritual products-it looks like she just wanted to clarify some inaccurate comments he had made.

In the middle of the latest posts is a comment that came directly from the con artist herself but Robert chose to ignore those comments. That should have been his chance to slam this woman, call her a liar and a cheat, but he went right on by her and chose to slam this other lady just because she disagreed with him. I also saw a pattern of him slamming other people who disagreed with him, calling them stupid, implying their kids would be disfunctional, et al...but never once actually slamming the crooks themselves.

I am a medical social worker, and I hate to put labels on anyone, but Robert (and a few others here) seem to have real hostility issues...and very misdirected ones at that. I suppose that I will be on the target list next, but I can take it-I deal with it everyday! Also, for the record, I am not advocating the use of magical products nor saying I believe in them, so please don't put my kids (don't have any, anyway!) on your hit list (smile). I would just like to see some anger (healthy) directed towards the real offenders here, and not the victims or others who've had the nerve to voice their opinions. Anything else is quite unfair.
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#32 Consumer Suggestion

Robert-please learn to read!! (Wah! Wah!)

AUTHOR: Ann - (Bermuda)

Dearest Robert, or Joe, or whatever your name is-there you go again with the assumptions. You really must learn to read, Robert dear. No-really. Learn to read and really comprehend-you make assumptions about people, then hate it when people do it to you. You are the typical person who 'can give but can't take'. You make nasty comments, then hate when it is done to you.

I made the point that no-one can predict how someone (kids) will turn out-not the parents, not society...if your children really have their own minds, as they say, then how can you predict how they will turn out. No-one can predict whether their child will be a crook, a murderer-whatever. You teach them right from wrong and just hope that they stick with it-that's the point I was making, but it obviously went way over your head.

O.k-I'll try to keep it simple so you can stay with me... My comments did not mention anything about the voodoo, did they? Again, you made assumptions. How do you even survive in life going around jumping to conclusions like that? I only said that I respect other people's opinions, whether they belive in God, the tooth fairy, the easter bunny-whatever. Whether I agree or not I respect their opinion, just like I respect people's religions or political pursuasions-I don't have to agree to respect what they believe (are you still with me or looking some of these words up in the dictionary?)

Stay with me, Robert...As for the 'men in white coats' I really think that you'll need them before I do, dear. There you go again, jumping up and down and throwing tantrums just because you don't get your own way. I am 100% sane, Robert. I found that quite funny, actually. Is that really the best you could come up with? Robert, you say you were a marine, so stop crying and be a big boy. I don't have time for little crybabies, Robert-really I don't. Stop jumping to conclusions and acting like a big, bratty baby because you don't like what I have to say. Just go home Robert-I think I hear your Mommy calling you.
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#33 Consumer Comment

You're too much Ann

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

So, according to you, if someone actually uses their brain for something other than to keep their head from caving in, they will become serial killers. You are a nut...as is proven every time you write about how this magical voodoo nonsense is real. Go back to the Hospital. The nice men in the white coats are waiting for you.
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#34 Consumer Suggestion

Don't understand Robert's logic

AUTHOR: Ann - (Bermuda)

Robert seems so determined to have the last word-I am not here to argue with someone who doesn't know what he is talking about (he got out of the marines in 1991 and assumes the world stood still-and has the nerve to say :duh!)

Robert sure makes a lot of assumptions-knows so much about eveything, everyone's lives, what they're teaching their kids, blah, blah...How do you know what people are teaching their children? I hope you're teaching your kids tolerance and understanding, and not to be so narrow-minded and pig-headed like you seem to be. Robert-let it go...you are not the end-all, know-it-all expert on every subject like you think you are.

So some people believe in magic...so what? Some people think God is a big fairy tale, too-doesn't make it so. Robert, try to find it in your heart to at least understand other people's points of view, and not get so angry and childish when people disagree with you. You talk about what people teach their kids-God only knows what yours are like. You didn't even realize how you contradicted yourself-you said that you teach your kids to think for themselves-isn't that what most people do-even the ones you've critisized here? So if you don't believe in magic, voodoo etc, because you've taught your kids to think for themselves, they just might believe in it. And the people you've insulted here who believe in magic, voodoo and the like-their kids may grow up to think it's total hogwash. We all have minds of our own, and what we believe is not necesarily what our children will. So why are you so insistent that these people are bad parents and their children will grow up to be stupid and yours will grow up to save the world.

Your child could grow up to be a serial killer...since you've taught them to think for themselves...who knows? We all have have our own minds and a little something called 'free will'-so stop being so insulting and rude and trying to get a rise out of people by insulting their children...then taking offense when people insult your little darlings. You are coming across as a big bully...give it a break already-DUH!
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#35 REBUTTAL Owner of company

Egyptian Witchcraft offers authentic spiritual help

AUTHOR: Miriam - (U.S.A.)

To Lori from Bermuda:

You ordered an Isis Money Spell on April 23rd, 2003 for 113$
And ordered another Isis Money Spell at a discounted price ($81) on June 17th, 2003

After this you have never contacted us until May, 29th 2005:

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Dear Miriam,

Two years ago I ordered a money spell from Aisha. When the original spell didn't work, I ordered a reinforcement spell. Neither have worked!!!

This is my life I'm talking about. Either the spells work or they don't. Is it me? Why do they work for some people and not others?

The strange thing is that I told Aisha how I keep seeing her name popping up all over the place (not anything about her-just other people called Aisha). I took it as a sign. Now I've seen the name Aisha twice more in the last week. Maybe I shouldn't give up-is there still hope?

What are my options?

Lori XXXX
Bermuda

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That's when I asked you to send an explanation of your situation to reinforce@egyptian-witchcraft.com so that my mother can perform free reinforcement spells for you. Unfortunately we have never heard from you again.

As you know my mother offered free reinforcement spells to all her clients until at the above mentioned email address.

You are very welcome to email me to discuss this further. Please go to our website and click on contact us.

I am here to assist you in any way I can.
My warmest wishes,
Miriam
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#36 Consumer Comment

Pass the magic hat Ann ..all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

I got out of the Marines in 1991, and the bases were still there at that time. As you said, they left in 1995. Wonderful.

The point is...all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE. Teaching your kids to believe in that crap makes the kids just as stupid as the parents...and that means someone else will be supporting them forever, as they will also be too stupid to support themselves.

DUH!!!!
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#37 Consumer Comment

Pass the magic hat Ann ..all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

I got out of the Marines in 1991, and the bases were still there at that time. As you said, they left in 1995. Wonderful.

The point is...all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE. Teaching your kids to believe in that crap makes the kids just as stupid as the parents...and that means someone else will be supporting them forever, as they will also be too stupid to support themselves.

DUH!!!!
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#38 Consumer Comment

Pass the magic hat Ann ..all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

I got out of the Marines in 1991, and the bases were still there at that time. As you said, they left in 1995. Wonderful.

The point is...all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE. Teaching your kids to believe in that crap makes the kids just as stupid as the parents...and that means someone else will be supporting them forever, as they will also be too stupid to support themselves.

DUH!!!!
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#39 Consumer Comment

Pass the magic hat Ann ..all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

I got out of the Marines in 1991, and the bases were still there at that time. As you said, they left in 1995. Wonderful.

The point is...all the magic voodoo nonsense is just that NONSENSE. Teaching your kids to believe in that crap makes the kids just as stupid as the parents...and that means someone else will be supporting them forever, as they will also be too stupid to support themselves.

DUH!!!!
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#40 Consumer Suggestion

Let's get our facts straight

AUTHOR: Ann - (Bermuda)

Dearest Robert, you are totally 100% wrong in your facts and replies. The U.S taxpayers DO NOT support the economy of Bermuda, and there are NO military bases here. The only reason they were here in the first place was not to help or support Bermuda, but to protect the U.S. Due to our close proximity to the States, the bases were here to intercept anything before it reached the States. After the end of the cold war, fall of U.S.S.R, collapse of the Berlin wall etc. it was decided that the bases were no longer needed. They pulled out in 1995 (10 years ago), a fact you would know if you did some research before shooting off your mouth.

Bermuda does rely heavily on tourism, but money isn't only coming in from the U.S. but countries around the world. But tourist are not giving us their money-they are getting a service in return-much like Hawaii, Disney World, etc-we are a popular tourist attraction. But all in all, the U.S. absolutely does not give one red time to Bermuda, so don't make us sound like some charity case. Your taxpayers do not take care of us-from the looks of things it looks like you have your hands full taking care of your own people.

P.S.-do some kind of internet search on the true FACTS before you make the kind of statements that you do.
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#41 Consumer Comment

It worked for me

AUTHOR: Michelle - (U.S.A.)

I just came across these entries and all I can say is that I have used Aisha several times and it was a great experience. She came through each and every time. In 2002 she performed a Power Ritual Combo for Love and I posted my experience in Aisha's guest book on 9-20-2002. The non-believers should go and check it out. During the last two years I ordered additional Talismans and Isis spells from her and they worked wonders. Aisha is the real thing and there is nothing "scam" or "fraud" about her. I find it to be unbelievable of what some of you have to say about such a warm and caring woman, that has obviously helped hundreds or even thousands of people. I find it to be a pretty good value for the money, but I understand that non-believers do have some reservations about it. Nobody makes you buy or engage in spiritual help.

The guest book entries are not written by her. I know this for a fact because 3 of them were written by me including the following:

Friday, 20. September 2002 02:19
Name: Michelle
Location: east coast , usa
Comments:
I must admit, I was really skeptical at first. my husband of 10 years, out of the blue, just decided that he did not want to be married to me any more.
I was devistated, i mean this is the man i catered to, loved and cherished since the day we met.one morning he called me in the bedroom and told me that i was a great wife and mother but he did not want to stay married to me.
he shattered my heart into microscopic pieces. he gave me no reason at all.
I pleaded with him to reconcider but he would not hear of it. not even a week later, i contacted AISHA and informed her with my problem. she told me not to worry and that she felt confident that she will save my marriage. i sent her everything she asked for. about 10 days later i recieved my fetish. that same night, i had this strange dream, it was so vivid,till this day i can swear it was real. In this dream, iwas sitting in the living room and crying, sudenly this woman whom i have never seen or known hands me a napkin and told me to wipe my tears and be happy. she said with an accent, don't worry J is not going to leave you. why don't you go upstairs and get some sleep. let me worry about your problem...i got up and went upstairs to my bedroom, as i opened the door and walked inside, there she was standing by my bed and throwing flowers all over my bed the whole bed was full of flowers the entire room smelled like a bouquet of jasmins. i asked her what was she doing...she smiled and signaled for me to come to bed, so i did.she looked at me like a mother would look at her child when he or she is in trouble and she said. go to sleep, you will get what you want...
i woke up the next day and thought nothing of it.
11 days went by and still no word from J
I drove the kids to school and came back home, and decided to take a nap, I went upstairs and opened the bedroom door... OH my god, there was the love of my life J standing by the bed. and it was full of flowers just like in my dream. all he kept saying was...i don't know what's gotten into me... I am sorry, i love you, please forgive me, i really love you Michelle.
we made love and the rest was history.
till this day, i do not know how to thank Aisha, I even sent her a check and told her it was a gift, she returned it to me with a little note, andb it reads like this: dear michelle
I am glad that you got your results. the work i did for you, you've already paid for. this check you could give it to someone in need. or to your favorite charity. take care and be well. i am here for you...
what a woman...you made a believer out of me, you have proved me wrong, thanks a million AISHA

And for the record: I am not affilated with egyptian witchcraft in any way. I am a real client.
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#42 Consumer Comment

How wrong can you be Lori?

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

President Reagan did NOT use an Astrologer for anything. Nancy Reagan believed in that hocum, not Ronald.

Next, The US pays for the economy of Bermuda. We have military units there. The British may own the island, but they are not the cash cow that the US Military is. Okinawa Japan and the Phillipines are perfect examples also. So, yes, the US taxpayers will eventually end up supporting your kids after you teach them to believe in the same garbage you do. Everyone claims their kids are angels, cute, brilliant, talented, etc. The fact is, very few are. If you have any influence over them, they will turn out just like you, products of their environment. Mine think for themselves.

Last, the facts do not seem to steer your decision making processes. Anyone with a double digit IQ or better, knows their are no magic spells. Thinking there are, is pure idiocy at it's finest. Yet, you choose to continue believing in them, even after wasting sums of money and getting nothing in return. Eventually, a Libertarian is going to acsend to the White House. When that happens, there will be no more free rides for the lazy and the stupid. Live it up while you can.
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#43 Consumer Comment

I just wanted to warn others who might feel desperate not to make the choice I did

AUTHOR: Lori - (Bermuda)

My last comment..

This is my LAST comment to Joe and this Robert guy who has put his two cents in for some reason. You are both wrong (especially Robert, who seems to be taking this matter rather personally for some reason-do you two know each other?) Again-my children have nothing to do with this. How ignorant can you both be-this is not about 'stupid' genes, it's about someone making a bad choice and EVERYONE makes them. Bad decision making is not something that can necessarily be 'passed down'. That's like saying if someone is a bank robber or rapist, their child will be one, which any intelligent person will know is untrue.

Go back and read all my posts. I didn't come here to 'whine' about my mistakes-I just wanted to warn others who might feel desperate not to make the choice I did. I am doing just fine...I didn't go bankrupt over losing a couple hundred bucks, for Pete's sake. To Mr. Robert, my children are great, smart kids who will do fine in life. And you won't ever be in the situation to have to support them, because in case you didn't notice, we don't even live in the same country. Nor will the taxpayers (of which I am one, too) in my country. Since you obviously can't read, I did mention that I now have an EXCELLENT job, own a house, etc. and I happen to live in a wealthy country where my kids get an excellent education...so I'm sure they'll do just fine in life. For your information, I don't talk to them about magic, etc. so there's no need to think they'd even make the mistake I have.

For the record, leaders of countries (even yours) put their faith in magicians and astrologers. President Reagan consulted an astrologer before every decision he made. Was he dumb, too? It's not just regular people like me, it's important world leaders, celebrities, etc. It doesn't make it right or mean that it's real, but it proves that it is more widespread than you think. In any case, the bottom line is that what you think doesn't matter, because you're so super-intelligent and have never made any mistakes in your life, right? You walk on water, right? Bottom line:leave my kids out of this...I'm just glad that they are decent and have morals, and I'm positive that they will lead productive lives. Your analogy doesn't make sense, you're dead wrong on this, and you will never have to support my kids, o.k? Don't worry about my kids, worry about your own and what examples you set for them. It's people like you who are so busy condemning everyone else that you don't see what's going on in your own backyard. And don't bother responding to this because I've decided to not even come back to this section. It's a dead issue and I'm tired of dealing with close-minded, brain-dead people like yourselves.


(To the Editor: This is my last message, so can you please indulge me one more time? I just needed to get this off my chest. Again, please sign me 'No Name, Bermuda' Thanks!)
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#44 Consumer Comment

Ok...

AUTHOR: Jessica - (U.S.A.)

Am I the only one who doesn't understand why you are trying to get a witch to cast a "wealth"spell or a spell dealing with money to try to get you out of your horrible financial situation ( bill collectors etc) if you are so broke? How can you afford to pay this scam artist up thousands of dollars, or any money at all? Even though most of you have only been scammed for a few hundred dollars perhaps if you had taken that few hundred dollars and paid it to the bill collectors your luck and fortune would improve?! I will never understand how people who complain about not being able to pay their bills can afford to pay a friggn witch.
I just can't mentally compute how you think "Gee, I have no money to pay my bills or put food on the table but here I will give this complete stranger a few hundred dollars in the hopes that she can cast a magical spell on me and POOF my life will suddenly be great and I will recieve money from no where" Ok of course it's a scam!
PAY YOUR BILLS ON TIME AND IN FULL AND YOU WONT HAVE TO RESORT TO SUPERNATURAL MEANS TO IMPROVE YOUR SITUATION.
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#45 Consumer Comment

what you teach your children is important

AUTHOR: Joe - (U.S.A.)

No name in Bermuda...what you teach your children is our business. Because if you're perpetuating the myth and fantasyland that you're living in now, that's doing all the others a disservice and one way or another, tax payers are likely to have to bail you out.

Yes...DUMB...I think that's pretty appropriate...not hateful. I'm just calling it as I see it. Most people got themselves out from under whatever rock it is you're still living under and figured this out. It's called EDUCATION and mixed with some evolution.

It's really interesting that people cry and whine AFTER they get burned and go find a website like this, so why don't those same people take a minute to rationally think things through that they were being set up to lose in the first place.

As for what I'm doing on a site like this, I just like to look around sometimes just to see what companies are not so good and also provide feedback when I feel like it. Lots of people report being ripped off when it's really their own damned fault, and I have provided feedback to provide evidence of that in many cases where a company that I was employed by was reported by people who just didn't think enough to read the paperwork in front of them. If that person took 2 minutes to prepare themselves and think, they would realize that (in the cases I mention) they were given ample disclosure, a detailed contract, instructions, more disclosures and opportunity to have an advisor or attorney with them at the time they signed a contract for a mortgage.

In 99% of those cases, they neither read the disclosures, asked questions about them, asked for attorney advice or even bothered to consider any consequences of what would happen if they couldn't pay it or afford what they were getting themselves into. Nope....they'd rather go fishing for a magic spell and pray to their god that everything would just somehow work out.

Not that it's your business, but I work for another company as I made a major cross-country move unrelated to business. As for the comment about more money than I'd probably ever see...what's that got to do with anything...and I'm quite comfortable...and not fishing around for magic spells to help me financially or spiritually or for any other reason. You've probably blown more money on stupid stuff like this in a year too than I have altogether.

There are legitimate gripes on here, but reporting a magic spell or psychic as a rip-off should be left off of this site. Falling for that bunch of hokum should land them on the DarwinAwards website instead. No sympathy here for them whatsoever, same as for having NO sympathy whatsoever for people building on earthquake faults or on beaches or below-sea-level ground and then bitching about getting flooded, blown away, or shaken around some. Sorry...same lack of forthought there....same lack of planning. Same "hoping" that their juju will save them somehow.
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#46 Consumer Comment

No name is proof of what Joe said

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

No name says people cannot be called 'dumb" because of the decisions they make. Huh?! That is exactly what does make you stupid. If you know sticking your hand down into a tree chipper is going to be a bad idea, and you still do it, you are stupid. Bad decision on your part. Nobody with a double digit IQ thinks magic is real, voodoo works, and love spells are anything more than wasting money. Wasting your money on those things is STUPID!

As for how you raise your children, that is a valid issue. If you are too stupid to NOT think lovespells are fake, you'll be passing on the idiot gene to your kids and teaching them that everything you believe in is real. This means people like Joe and myself, will be supporting your children for the rest of their lives while they try to conjure up a magic spell of wealth and happiness. Holy Moly!

How do you people survive!?
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#47 Consumer Comment

Why are people so hateful???

AUTHOR: no name - (Bermuda)

I am replying to Joe's comment. I don't understand why people have to be so UGLY, VICOUS, HATEFUL and INSULTING. Who are you to call people dumb because of the decisions they've made? I am one of those people who got scammed, and I am certainly not DUMB, and what I teach my children is none of your damn business. I'm sure they will make mistakes in life-everyone does-not necessarily the ones I've made, but they will make mistakes. If all I have to worry about is them losing a few bucks as opposed to smoking, drinking, doing drugs or being a criminal, I'd rather they did make the same stupid mistake I have. And, yes-I did lose money and even though you say I deserved it, I've made it back and much more, thank you. Probably a lot more than you'll ever see.

What are you doing going through this website, anyway? Either you are a 'frauder' or a 'fraudee' (yes, I know those are not real words) so either you've been ripped off yourself or you've ripped someone else off. If you're a victim of fraud, you might be just be as DUMB as you accuse us of being. If you've defrauded someone, that just makes you scum, so you opinion doesn't even count. Either way, you just come across as a nasty person, so who really gives a hoot what you think!!!
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#48 Consumer Suggestion

Send me your money - I will cast a spell that makes your money worries disappear

AUTHOR: Joe - (U.S.A.)

Jesus I can't believe how DUMB people are. Are you from somewhere out of the Amazon that you are not quite with the 21st century and that SPELLS and PSYCHICS and VOODOO are all frauds? Even Hudini had a physical way to do what he did, as does every magician out there.

Most rational people realize they are just tricks and for entertainment value only (if there is any of that).

You deserve to lose your money. In fact, please send me your money now and I will cast a great spell to make your worries about money go away. Be sure to tell your friends and family about my great spell.

I sure hope you teach your kids better than this if you have any.

Have you never heard that a fool and his money are soon parted? Gee...I think that was said well over a century ago. Nope....no learning here.
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#49 Consumer Suggestion

Send me your money - I will cast a spell that makes your money worries disappear

AUTHOR: Joe - (U.S.A.)

Jesus I can't believe how DUMB people are. Are you from somewhere out of the Amazon that you are not quite with the 21st century and that SPELLS and PSYCHICS and VOODOO are all frauds? Even Hudini had a physical way to do what he did, as does every magician out there.

Most rational people realize they are just tricks and for entertainment value only (if there is any of that).

You deserve to lose your money. In fact, please send me your money now and I will cast a great spell to make your worries about money go away. Be sure to tell your friends and family about my great spell.

I sure hope you teach your kids better than this if you have any.

Have you never heard that a fool and his money are soon parted? Gee...I think that was said well over a century ago. Nope....no learning here.
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#50 Consumer Suggestion

Send me your money - I will cast a spell that makes your money worries disappear

AUTHOR: Joe - (U.S.A.)

Jesus I can't believe how DUMB people are. Are you from somewhere out of the Amazon that you are not quite with the 21st century and that SPELLS and PSYCHICS and VOODOO are all frauds? Even Hudini had a physical way to do what he did, as does every magician out there.

Most rational people realize they are just tricks and for entertainment value only (if there is any of that).

You deserve to lose your money. In fact, please send me your money now and I will cast a great spell to make your worries about money go away. Be sure to tell your friends and family about my great spell.

I sure hope you teach your kids better than this if you have any.

Have you never heard that a fool and his money are soon parted? Gee...I think that was said well over a century ago. Nope....no learning here.
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#51 Consumer Suggestion

Send me your money - I will cast a spell that makes your money worries disappear

AUTHOR: Joe - (U.S.A.)

Jesus I can't believe how DUMB people are. Are you from somewhere out of the Amazon that you are not quite with the 21st century and that SPELLS and PSYCHICS and VOODOO are all frauds? Even Hudini had a physical way to do what he did, as does every magician out there.

Most rational people realize they are just tricks and for entertainment value only (if there is any of that).

You deserve to lose your money. In fact, please send me your money now and I will cast a great spell to make your worries about money go away. Be sure to tell your friends and family about my great spell.

I sure hope you teach your kids better than this if you have any.

Have you never heard that a fool and his money are soon parted? Gee...I think that was said well over a century ago. Nope....no learning here.
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#52 Consumer Comment

Aisha is a fraud

AUTHOR: Elly - (U.S.A.)

Yes I have been scammed by her too for $200.00,also I would like to say don't use online spellcasters or witches etc...there are others I have used \
sorry, allowing you to give a competitors name would instigate others to just file against their competition, to only come back later to suggest their company your comments on this policy are welcome! CLICK here to see why Rip-off Report, as a matter of policy, deleted either a phone number, link or e-mail address from this Report.

anyone can go on there and "sign up"to be a psyhcic/witch etc.. these are all online and frauds,there are thousands more,so please don't use them ,you will lose your money.
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#53 Consumer Comment

Guaranteed Spells

AUTHOR: Paul - (U.S.A.)

The question isn't whether "magic" or spellcasting really "works" or not. It's easy to make fun of, but who knows if it doesn't actually work in some as yet unknown fashion. Maybe it's just a psychological thing, where the ritual and ceremony serve to give the client enough confidence to actually acquire the things he wants -- money, love, whatever. Maybe just believing in a magician's power is sufficient in some cases to make the spell "work" in some way, without violating the laws of physics.

Even doctors and lawyers, who work in a world of very real causes and effects, do not "guarantee" their work. You owe the surgeon his money whether or not he cures your disease.

If Aisha did guarantee her spells, then she owes the refund if a client at any point feels the spell didn't "work." Of course, any witch foolish or confident enough to guarantee her spells would be advised to specify in very clear and precise detail what conditions would have to exist in order to activate the guarantee -- a time limit, for instance, among other things.

In any case, you're asking for disappointment by using a mail-order or internet witch. You have no way of knowing if she even did the spell! And you lose all the psychological benefit of actually seeing her do the spellwork and the whole ambiance of her surroundings and personal charisma which, for all we know, might contribute to 90% of a spell's "success."

There are witches / spellworkers in every community that you can find and work with on a one-to-one, face to face basis. You can judge these as to how long they've been in the community and what sort of vibes you pick up from them when you meet them. You're less likely to get ripped off by these kinds of spellworkers, since they have to live in the community and it's hard for them to hide. The best ones are found in local botanicas (herbal / religious shops) and work within ethnic communities that have high standards for their witches, and are expected to contribute back to the community.
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#54 Consumer Comment

Drinking the Kool-Aid

AUTHOR: Greg - (U.S.A.)

Man, I try not to be judgemental when reading a post but sometimes you just can't help yourself.

What kinds of people actually believe they can get some good luck spell to bring them fortune and salvation?

Remember 900 followers of the Rev. Jim Jones? They believed in his fraud enough to drink cyanide laced Flavor-Aid (It wasn't Kool-Aid but another competing brand) in a mass suicide. Those that became aware that something was wrong, realized it too late. They were forced to their doom.

How about the followers of David Koresh who met their fiery end at Waco? This is more tragic due to the fact that those parents took scores of children with them.

OK, so maybe these examples are a bit drastic. Good luck spells are a long ways from mass suicides, but how much of a push would it take?

It amazes me that some people are so weak in mind that they fall for the scams and the charlatans that pull them off. Are they just unfortunate people who, for some tragic reason became so desperate that they would do anything to change their fate? How much does it take to lose your common sense?

If, after falling for the scam listed here, you have not wised up then there's not much hope for you.
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#55 Consumer Comment

Drinking the Kool-Aid

AUTHOR: Greg - (U.S.A.)

Man, I try not to be judgemental when reading a post but sometimes you just can't help yourself.

What kinds of people actually believe they can get some good luck spell to bring them fortune and salvation?

Remember 900 followers of the Rev. Jim Jones? They believed in his fraud enough to drink cyanide laced Flavor-Aid (It wasn't Kool-Aid but another competing brand) in a mass suicide. Those that became aware that something was wrong, realized it too late. They were forced to their doom.

How about the followers of David Koresh who met their fiery end at Waco? This is more tragic due to the fact that those parents took scores of children with them.

OK, so maybe these examples are a bit drastic. Good luck spells are a long ways from mass suicides, but how much of a push would it take?

It amazes me that some people are so weak in mind that they fall for the scams and the charlatans that pull them off. Are they just unfortunate people who, for some tragic reason became so desperate that they would do anything to change their fate? How much does it take to lose your common sense?

If, after falling for the scam listed here, you have not wised up then there's not much hope for you.
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#56 Consumer Comment

Drinking the Kool-Aid

AUTHOR: Greg - (U.S.A.)

Man, I try not to be judgemental when reading a post but sometimes you just can't help yourself.

What kinds of people actually believe they can get some good luck spell to bring them fortune and salvation?

Remember 900 followers of the Rev. Jim Jones? They believed in his fraud enough to drink cyanide laced Flavor-Aid (It wasn't Kool-Aid but another competing brand) in a mass suicide. Those that became aware that something was wrong, realized it too late. They were forced to their doom.

How about the followers of David Koresh who met their fiery end at Waco? This is more tragic due to the fact that those parents took scores of children with them.

OK, so maybe these examples are a bit drastic. Good luck spells are a long ways from mass suicides, but how much of a push would it take?

It amazes me that some people are so weak in mind that they fall for the scams and the charlatans that pull them off. Are they just unfortunate people who, for some tragic reason became so desperate that they would do anything to change their fate? How much does it take to lose your common sense?

If, after falling for the scam listed here, you have not wised up then there's not much hope for you.
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#57 Consumer Comment

Drinking the Kool-Aid

AUTHOR: Greg - (U.S.A.)

Man, I try not to be judgemental when reading a post but sometimes you just can't help yourself.

What kinds of people actually believe they can get some good luck spell to bring them fortune and salvation?

Remember 900 followers of the Rev. Jim Jones? They believed in his fraud enough to drink cyanide laced Flavor-Aid (It wasn't Kool-Aid but another competing brand) in a mass suicide. Those that became aware that something was wrong, realized it too late. They were forced to their doom.

How about the followers of David Koresh who met their fiery end at Waco? This is more tragic due to the fact that those parents took scores of children with them.

OK, so maybe these examples are a bit drastic. Good luck spells are a long ways from mass suicides, but how much of a push would it take?

It amazes me that some people are so weak in mind that they fall for the scams and the charlatans that pull them off. Are they just unfortunate people who, for some tragic reason became so desperate that they would do anything to change their fate? How much does it take to lose your common sense?

If, after falling for the scam listed here, you have not wised up then there's not much hope for you.
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#58 Consumer Comment

Pete....

AUTHOR: Rachel - (U.S.A.)

I never said I bought a spell....if I wanted a spell, I'd do it myself.....
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#59 REBUTTAL Individual responds

Aisha is a fraud indeed!

AUTHOR: Sophia - (U.S.A.)

Being broken hearted, broke and desperate I sent Aisha 313 dollars of money I get from -unemployment- for her to return an ex lover to me. "I am here for you" - she said and I foolishly had faith in her services. My spell was to be cast from september 26th till October 5th and on that day she was supposed to send me a talisman that would secure the spell. I did get an email from FedEx saying a shipment would be mailed to me on the 10th but I never recieved it... so I called FedEx and asked them to track my order. They said that the "shipper made the label but had not sent it yet" - meaning she didn't put it in the mail. So I called the number on her website and left a message on her voice mail. She didn't respond. In vain over the past few days I have sent her numerous (probably like 10) emails asking her where the talisman was, when would it get here and how did my spell go? She has not responded to ANY of those emails. So I called again once more today and left another message. She never picks up her phone mind you. And she never answers her emails. I fear I will never recieve that so called "Talisman" that will secure my spell and bring me back my ex lover. Funny though, before this whole ordeal of my missing package, I had emailed her for another consoltation for a money spell (being broke and all) around october 3rd and she replied promptly "Honey, you will need a 7 day spell for this" - which was about 110 dollars. PFFT! Of course she responded immediately to that but not to all my other emails asking where the heck was my talisman. Do not use this woman's services. She is a fake and a phony. I have lost all my faith in love, magic and happy endings.
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#60 Consumer Comment

sorry you got burned....

AUTHOR: Jamie - (U.S.A.)

Did you by chance pay by credit card? I'm not sure how long your bank would keep any information or if there would be a statute of limitation, but at least it's a start. You mention desperation.....and at the risk of being severely flamed,faith would help you more than some "spell".Patrick is right.That type of person is selling nothing more than lies wrapped up in the right words to sell it to desperate and vulnerable souls.
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#61 Consumer Comment

sorry you got burned....

AUTHOR: Jamie - (U.S.A.)

Did you by chance pay by credit card? I'm not sure how long your bank would keep any information or if there would be a statute of limitation, but at least it's a start. You mention desperation.....and at the risk of being severely flamed,faith would help you more than some "spell".Patrick is right.That type of person is selling nothing more than lies wrapped up in the right words to sell it to desperate and vulnerable souls.
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#62 Consumer Comment

sorry you got burned....

AUTHOR: Jamie - (U.S.A.)

Did you by chance pay by credit card? I'm not sure how long your bank would keep any information or if there would be a statute of limitation, but at least it's a start. You mention desperation.....and at the risk of being severely flamed,faith would help you more than some "spell".Patrick is right.That type of person is selling nothing more than lies wrapped up in the right words to sell it to desperate and vulnerable souls.
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#63 Consumer Comment

sorry you got burned....

AUTHOR: Jamie - (U.S.A.)

Did you by chance pay by credit card? I'm not sure how long your bank would keep any information or if there would be a statute of limitation, but at least it's a start. You mention desperation.....and at the risk of being severely flamed,faith would help you more than some "spell".Patrick is right.That type of person is selling nothing more than lies wrapped up in the right words to sell it to desperate and vulnerable souls.
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#64 Author of original report

Please Re-Read My Message

AUTHOR: NO NAME - (Bermuda)

To Patrick- re-read my comments. I am talking in the PAST tense. This all happened a few years ago. I was in debt and unemployed...my husband was not unemployed. I said in my message that the way I got out of debt was to sit down with my creditors and slowly pay off my debt...which I did. In fact, I didn't work just 2 jobs-I worked 3 jobs...as well as my husband. I paid off $50,000 in debt in just under two years and am totally 100% debt-free (besides a mortgage) now. I also now have a $55,000 a year job as an executive assistant.

The point of my story is that I tried to find a quick fix to my problem...wave a magic wand and POOF all my bills would be gone (yeah, right). Yes, I do know that the money I gave her could have been better spent, but to my way of thinking AT THE TIME, it was just an 'investment' that I would get back (which obviously I didn't).

This is my last reply to this-I just wanted to clarify everything. My whole point was my experience AT THE TIME, and the moral of my story is that my own hard work got me out of the situation-not some 'spell.' I only made a post because I stumbled across a complaint about Aisha Haadi and just wanted to warn other people who are vulnerable,desperate and not thinking straight not to fall for her lies. But as I said everything that happened to me occurred years ago and I did pay off my bills slowly but surely. I just bought a new house and my kids sure are not starving and never did, even while I was going through all of this. It's just that nobody dropped a million bucks in my lap or made all my bills go away.. I work hard, I don't sit on my ass and never did. Thanks for the advice, but please don't judge me for being stupid (I don't need anyone to tell me that, I already know it!) but judge the crooks who are out there stealing from innocent people-that's the point of this website, we all got suckered for various reasons. I just hate the fact that this woman is still up to her old tricks, and I just want to warn other people not to get drawn in-nothing in life is free or that easy.
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#65 Consumer Suggestion

Get real, wake up and smell the coffee

AUTHOR: Steve - (U.S.A.)

I got ripped off by her too. I paid good money to turn GW Bush into a toad and he's still human!!!!

You just can't believe anyone these days.
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#66 Consumer Comment

To all who think spells work.

AUTHOR: Patrick - (U.S.A.)

When are you people going to wake up and realize that spellcasters, fortune tellers and astrologists are all scams?

Here is your biggest clue. If everything they say is true, why do they work? Why not just cast themselves a money spell and get rich? Or divine the winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday night? $205M is a nice chunck o' change. Why not? BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL SHAMS!!! Don't you get it yet? They are in business to make money! Your money!

No Name, I'm just curious. How many bills could you have paid with that $194 you sent Aisha? How much food could you have purchased for your family? If you are that much in debt because of a failed business venture, then you and your husband both need to get 2 jobs, and work your asses off to get back out of debt. Hell, for half of what you paid Aisha, you could have started up your own Pampered Chef business.

Wake up people. All these scam artists do is succeed in taking away your money. Their "spells", "readings", etc. do not work.
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#67 Consumer Comment

To all who think spells work.

AUTHOR: Patrick - (U.S.A.)

When are you people going to wake up and realize that spellcasters, fortune tellers and astrologists are all scams?

Here is your biggest clue. If everything they say is true, why do they work? Why not just cast themselves a money spell and get rich? Or divine the winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday night? $205M is a nice chunck o' change. Why not? BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL SHAMS!!! Don't you get it yet? They are in business to make money! Your money!

No Name, I'm just curious. How many bills could you have paid with that $194 you sent Aisha? How much food could you have purchased for your family? If you are that much in debt because of a failed business venture, then you and your husband both need to get 2 jobs, and work your asses off to get back out of debt. Hell, for half of what you paid Aisha, you could have started up your own Pampered Chef business.

Wake up people. All these scam artists do is succeed in taking away your money. Their "spells", "readings", etc. do not work.
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#68 Consumer Comment

To all who think spells work.

AUTHOR: Patrick - (U.S.A.)

When are you people going to wake up and realize that spellcasters, fortune tellers and astrologists are all scams?

Here is your biggest clue. If everything they say is true, why do they work? Why not just cast themselves a money spell and get rich? Or divine the winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday night? $205M is a nice chunck o' change. Why not? BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL SHAMS!!! Don't you get it yet? They are in business to make money! Your money!

No Name, I'm just curious. How many bills could you have paid with that $194 you sent Aisha? How much food could you have purchased for your family? If you are that much in debt because of a failed business venture, then you and your husband both need to get 2 jobs, and work your asses off to get back out of debt. Hell, for half of what you paid Aisha, you could have started up your own Pampered Chef business.

Wake up people. All these scam artists do is succeed in taking away your money. Their "spells", "readings", etc. do not work.
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#69 Consumer Comment

To all who think spells work.

AUTHOR: Patrick - (U.S.A.)

When are you people going to wake up and realize that spellcasters, fortune tellers and astrologists are all scams?

Here is your biggest clue. If everything they say is true, why do they work? Why not just cast themselves a money spell and get rich? Or divine the winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday night? $205M is a nice chunck o' change. Why not? BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL SHAMS!!! Don't you get it yet? They are in business to make money! Your money!

No Name, I'm just curious. How many bills could you have paid with that $194 you sent Aisha? How much food could you have purchased for your family? If you are that much in debt because of a failed business venture, then you and your husband both need to get 2 jobs, and work your asses off to get back out of debt. Hell, for half of what you paid Aisha, you could have started up your own Pampered Chef business.

Wake up people. All these scam artists do is succeed in taking away your money. Their "spells", "readings", etc. do not work.
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#70 Author of original report

That's Not Fair! desperation makes people do crazy things

AUTHOR: No name - (Bermuda)

This is to Pete from 'No Name' It may sound stupid when so-called intelligent people fall for stuff like this, but desperation makes people do crazy things. In my case, due to a failed business venture I was $50,000 in debt and unemployed. My husband and I had 3 kids to feed and house. I was so crazy with fear not knowing what was coming next...bill collectors calling, summons being delivered, etc, etc. I do believe that there are some things in life that we can't explain-scientists even think there could be something to magic, that it could be some kind of science that can't be explained (it's probably your own belief system more than anything causing things 'to happen'!) Anyway, after coming across this website, I decided to give it a try. It didn't work-I had to move on and find a way to pay those bills myself...which I did by sitting down with my creditors and then paying them off slowly but surely. Things are 100% better now, and looking back I realize that I was stupid and gullible. But at that point I was almost suicidal so I know that I wasn't thinking straight. You might still laugh at me and the others here (I don't know their situations), but if you're the mature adult that I think you are (but just showing your sense of humor here), then I'm sure you'll understand that desperate people do desperate things, unfortunately. But I don't think this woman should be able to continue to take advantage of people who are in the same situation that I was in-just plain desperate. Nobody can think clearly when you're in that place-it's like the logical part of your brain shuts off, you're just so desperate to believe that there could be a way out. That's why I posted this, not to be made fun of. We all do stupid things in life, don't we?
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#71 Consumer Comment

To: No name, please; Rachel; Janet; Elizabeth; Nymmh--

AUTHOR: Pete - (U.S.A.)

I have some oceanfront property in Arizona on which you may like to make an offer. Oh, wait! That was George Strait, wasn't it? Nymmh, I hope miracleshaman brought you those bats' eyelashes you so desperately wanted. Are you gals for real? LOL! I find this humorous. But, I guess it takes all kinds to fall for rip-off schemes.
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#72 Consumer Comment

I was also ripped off!

AUTHOR: Nymmh - (U.S.A.)

Aisha's guestbook is moderated, she does not allow negative feedback to be posted. I tried a few times to let everyone on her site know that she's a crook, my messages were never posted.



I eventually joined the miracleshaman website and the radionics program there got me what I wanted almost overnight.
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#73 Consumer Comment

I was also scammed by Aisha Haadi

AUTHOR: Elizabeth - (U.S.A.)

Well, I was also scammed and I would like to note that since you cannot find much on other people who have been scammed including in her guestbook, do you really think she is going to let bad comments get posted into her guestbook? If you go on her website frequently like I used to do when I was desperate and lonely, you would notice that it can take up to one month for guestbook comments to be posted, even if the posts are dated from weeks prior. HELLO! THIS SHOULD BE A MAJOR CLUE! I blame myself for falling for her BS.
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#74 Consumer Comment

I was also scammed by Aisha Haadi

AUTHOR: Elizabeth - (U.S.A.)

Well, I was also scammed and I would like to note that since you cannot find much on other people who have been scammed including in her guestbook, do you really think she is going to let bad comments get posted into her guestbook? If you go on her website frequently like I used to do when I was desperate and lonely, you would notice that it can take up to one month for guestbook comments to be posted, even if the posts are dated from weeks prior. HELLO! THIS SHOULD BE A MAJOR CLUE! I blame myself for falling for her BS.
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#75 Consumer Comment

I was also scammed by Aisha Haadi

AUTHOR: Elizabeth - (U.S.A.)

Well, I was also scammed and I would like to note that since you cannot find much on other people who have been scammed including in her guestbook, do you really think she is going to let bad comments get posted into her guestbook? If you go on her website frequently like I used to do when I was desperate and lonely, you would notice that it can take up to one month for guestbook comments to be posted, even if the posts are dated from weeks prior. HELLO! THIS SHOULD BE A MAJOR CLUE! I blame myself for falling for her BS.
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#76 Consumer Comment

I was also scammed by Aisha Haadi

AUTHOR: Elizabeth - (U.S.A.)

Well, I was also scammed and I would like to note that since you cannot find much on other people who have been scammed including in her guestbook, do you really think she is going to let bad comments get posted into her guestbook? If you go on her website frequently like I used to do when I was desperate and lonely, you would notice that it can take up to one month for guestbook comments to be posted, even if the posts are dated from weeks prior. HELLO! THIS SHOULD BE A MAJOR CLUE! I blame myself for falling for her BS.
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#77 Consumer Suggestion

Really

AUTHOR: Janet - (U.S.A.)

I'm not trying to be rude but do you really think all the entries were made up? I wrote a happy comment on there and it made it on. I was considering using her services until now. I saw all her entries and didn't find anything saying her services don't work til now. There still isn't a lot against her and I'm looking for more people that has been scammed by Ms. Aisha.
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#78 Consumer Comment

Don't people have any sense??

AUTHOR: Rachel - (U.S.A.)

As I have told other people that have reported this woman.....

FIRST OF ALL....

YOU CANNOT BUY A SPELL!!!!!!

Why do people buy things they do not understand???

SECONDLY, just because you cast a spell does not mean that it will work, and

THIRDLY,

it does not work overnight.

FOURTH...DO NOT MEDDLE IN THINGS YOU KNOW ABSOLUTLEY NOTHING ABOUT.

People .....PLEASE...

Do some reasearch on spell casting BEFORE you do anything.....

*Shakes my head at the nonsense*
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