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Complaint Review: Ashra Spells

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  • Submitted: Sat, February 11, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, March 14, 2012

  • Reported By: Emily Cole is a thief — Denver Colorado United States of America
Ashra Spells
EMILY J. COLE: 12322 CLAYTON CT DENVER COLORADO Internet United States of America

Ashra Spells Ashra, EMILY J. COLE Ashra's real name is EMILY J. COLE. She is a scam and con-artist. 719-355-5277 Internet

*Consumer Comment: and your point

*Consumer Comment: There are no psychics!

*General Comment: Misunderstanding

*Consumer Comment: Good to know....

*Consumer Comment: ahahaha

*Consumer Comment: The point?

*Consumer Comment: Really?

*Consumer Comment: NONSENSE I tell you...

*Consumer Comment: Are you kidding?

*Consumer Comment: That was not the point.

*Consumer Comment: Go see Harry Potter

*General Comment: just my opinion

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Ashra's real name is EMILY J. COLE!!!!

Ashra your days? are done!!! Your spell didn't work! My husband NEVER came back!
Let me reveal who you really are! Her phone number is 719-355-5277. When you call this number her voice matches that of Ashra in the video above. Her phone number is registered with T-mobile. I called their customer support line and talked with a manage who provided me with her real name!

Ashra's real name is Emily J. Cole.

HER HOME ADDRESS: EMILY J. COLE: 12322 CLAYTON CT, DENER COLORADO
CITY: DENVER,
STATE: COLORADO
ZIP CODE: 80241
COUNTRY: UNITED STATES

SHE CAN RUN BUT SHE CAN'T? HIDE! I WILL MAKE SURE I RUIN YOUR LIFE! EVERYONE WILL KNOW WHO YOU ARE!!!! >>>>> EMILY J. COLE!!!!!!!!!!!!
719-355-5277 <<< Registered to EMILY J. COLE (Carrier: T-Mobile). Her voice matches Ashra in the video!! FACE YOUR? VICTIMS!!!

Area Code 719 is listed in Colorado!

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/11/2012 08:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ashra-Spells/internet/Ashra-Spells-Ashra-EMILY-J-COLE-Ashras-real-name-is-EMILY-J-COLE-She-is-a-scam-and-co-837794. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.

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#1 Consumer Comment

and your point

AUTHOR: anonymous - (United States of America)

"Stacey" and your  point is????
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#2 Consumer Comment

There are no psychics!

AUTHOR: Inspector - (USA)

James Randi proved it.  Of course you will say "it's not about the money" they all do.  Why work for money when there are so many pathetic desperate people thinking you can bring back their spouses, lovers, friends, strayed pets, etc. 

There are no psychics and it is proven.  Hell, anyone can get one right, even I can get one right, does that mean I'm psychic?  Las Vegas, Alantic city, and other casinos make their living on the fact that psychics don't exist and so does the lottery.  The fact that THEY exist proves that psychics don't. 
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#3 General Comment

Misunderstanding

AUTHOR: CP - (United States of America)

Apparently there was a misunderstanding - on your part.  Most semi-intelligent humans know that "spells" don't work to their intended effect.  In fact, I'd willing to say most children would not even believe in "spells".  You're a fool and are easily parted from your cash - that's some you SHOULD understand - immediately.

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#4 Consumer Comment

Good to know....

AUTHOR: Ronny g - (USA)

...as I was hoping my particular special psychic was not just another scam.
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#5 Consumer Comment

ahahaha

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

Reading comprehension? Really "dear" - the reason there are complaints against this "company" is because she/he is a fake and a fraud period!  I suggest you bone up on your typing - using a space between words "sweetheart".  The OP was rippped off pure and simple.
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#6 Consumer Comment

The point?

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

Whether or not Spellcasters actually exist is certainly the point.

If you hadn't fallen for the ridiculous 'spell casting' to begin with you wouldn't have had to make this report. 

I just hope you understand that NO spell casters exist, they are ALL scams, not just this ridicuilous outfit. I do, however, support you in your efforts.  They should have to face their customers victims.

Yes, Ronny G, you did as good a job as any of them, congratulations. 

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#7 Consumer Comment

Really?

AUTHOR: anonymous - (United States of America)

Really "Stacey"or whoever you claim yourself to be. You obviously did not read my first post. My comment was basically stating that the person who had the issue shoud have gone to the company originaly instead of stating false claims. It really had nothing to do about whether psychics exsist or not. Im sure you can prove God, ghosts and everything else exsists or doesnt exsist as well  because you seem to know it all apparently. Perhaps if you would have  read my post "Stacey"you would know that wasnt my point.  F for  reading comprehension sweetheart.
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#8 Consumer Comment

NONSENSE I tell you...

AUTHOR: Ronny g - (USA)

I found a "real" psychic.  This psychic "predicted" that I should stay away from all psychics. So I would say I was given good advice you think?
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#9 Consumer Comment

Are you kidding?

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

The only "psychics" that exist are con artists because they can see you coming! It is not about opinions - it is about knowing what is realistic and what is not "anonymous".  Least I have the balls to post my real name!
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#10 Consumer Comment

That was not the point.

AUTHOR: anonymous - (United States of America)

You are entittled to your opinion as everyone has one. I really dont care either way and honestly that's not the point or the issue at hand. The issue was if she had a problem she should deal with the company directly.. It is totally irrelevant whether you,she,me or anyone believes in spells or not.. To each their own.. The point is there are so many false claims on this company that it's ridiculous.. Bottom line is if you don't like this  company or any company for that matter get a refund and move on.
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#11 Consumer Comment

Go see Harry Potter

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

You'd have a better chance of results by calling Harry Potter. Please understand that there NO spell casters, none, anywhere.

You are being ripped off, this is not an opinion, it's a fact.
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#12 General Comment

just my opinion

AUTHOR: anonymous - (United States of America)

I am sorry for the individual who stated she/ he  was ripped off. I am not a worker for Ashra or anything like that nor am I Ashra( just to make that clear) but I am a client who has used her services recently and although I have not seen the " big time results" yet I have seen some small results in small phases as these things take time. I have had a pleasant experience with her. As anything in life or any service it's a chance you take.. Maybe it works maybe it does not for whatever reason.















 I am a a bit confused because you state this individual is from CO  and someone else gave her another name stating she was from Canada under another name then Az, etc  and so forth and so on so which one is it??? I have seen all of the negative reviews on this woman stating she is a scam and whatnot and  I don't deem any of the comments on this website credible at all as far as dealing with Ashra.







  







  A person's spells dont work and the first thing people yell is "scam."  Spells work or they don't and you either believe  or you don't as  it's  that simple.  Spells  are not a guarantee as nothing in life is a guarantee. She is not God, she is a spellcaster and sometimes no matter how hard a spellcaster may work there are no guarantees. I am not here to bash anyone, not even the person who complained.I am just asking if you are not satisfied  with her work as with any company email her directs for a refund and she will walk you through the process.







I  think it is horrible to bash someone's name and business. I don't believe in "calling someone out" in the public and as with any company I would deal with my issues privately but that is just me. To the complainer  I  hope you get your money back since you felt you were scammed but if you try to contact her one on one  I am sure she will  try to resolve your issue.  Wether the spells work or not I feel she gives a professional service and I know of people who were not happy with their results as she did comply and returned their money.  Just my two cents as you can take it or leave it. 















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