I paid $45 for a so called 'reading' from this guy. The 'reading' I got was so vague and lacking in any substance, it was basically just nonsense. I e-mailed back saying just that and asking for my money back since I felt it was breach of contract. He had entered into a contract to provide 'insight' but had not. In fact what he provided was opinion. I explained that tarot readings could be got for free on the internet and references to the Bible I could get for free from any church, so why should he get $45 for that.
He obviously does not have much to do since he responded each day with a long e-mail with insults using the information I had provided for the reading to insult me!
When I said I would be contacting paypal he replied: "paypal side with the vendor and always have." So he and his cronies have that well worked out.
The reading he gave read something like this: you have the evil eye on you from an ex-boyfriends' ex-girlfriend." That is really specific isn't it? insightful? worth $45? I don't think so! Could that possibly be informative to anyone? these are the words of a self professed expert charging $45 for less than 10 minutes work.
Here are a two of his comments following my complaint:
( I found these interesting especially because one involved third parties, in an equally vague manner)
"your accusation of fraud is extremely rude (his stealing of my money isn't?! it is just criminal!)....you are now banned from seeking assistance (as if I would considering I was pretty annoyed at wasting my money once! ) from myself and those who count me as a colleague or friends" ( I wonder if they all know about this?)
" you simply are not someone suited to be helped by spiritual matters" ( I guess he thinks he is God here)
He is a member of something called AIRR whatever that involves. My guess is it is just something to make people believe this type of con-man is reputable but in fact serves no purpose whatsoever. Whatever it is if it permits people to be so insulting and intentionally destructive it can't represent much. I suspect that all the members of AIRR are who he is referring to as his friends and colleagues.
So there you are readers: if they belong to AIRR this is quality you can expect!
He claimed that conjure and hoodoo were Christian practices!
The e-mails of vitriol all came just after Christmas and on New Years day, what goodwill! from someone who practices a 'christian' practice of hoodoo /conjure.
This is my first internet solicited reading and my last. I guess I was naive enough to waste my money on his paypal account but savvy enough to know he was a fraud!
Of course his sistersite lucky mojo has all sorts of positive feedback about him but not one even slightly negative 'testimonial'. So where are they? no-one is perfect everyone gets complaints. My guess is the testimonials are done by his 'friends' who are evidently prepared to slate someone/anyone if he says so. Are these people adults?any of them?
If just one person avoids this con-artist or any of his sister-sites, like the luckymojo shop, I will have got my money back (metaphorically or dare I say it spiritually speaking!) and prevented someone else from losing theirs.
Fortunately for me it was just entertainment but for many people it isn't they actually believe the nonsense of it all. For someone like that I think the comments and insults he made could be extremely destructive. It is a shame he has the freedom to do this sort of thing.
Anyone interested in this occult/hoodoo/tarot reading stuff should bear in mind they advocate nasty remedies that only a fool would follow, including soil from graveyards often advocating it is taken from a soldiers grave! God forbid! That is the respect they have for people that have died for their freedom.
Don't waste your time or money on this nonsense. Not even for entertainment. And in that vein I have a spell for ali( the self professed conjure artist):
For this spell you will require a pitchfork, a bottle of water and a crucifix:
1. Dig a nice deep hole with the pitchfork
2. Leave the pitchfork on the ground (you won't be needing it where you are going, you'll be given another at your destination) leave the crucifix too, you won't be needing that either it's too late.
3. Climb inside the hole, with the bottle of water. Pull the dirt in over you (graveyard dirt is best! but don't forget to ask before you take it)
4. Stop breathing, this way you will purge the evil from yourself.
5. When you arrive in Hades you can use the water to bribe people there to do what you want!
Good luck. Here ends the spell instructions.