• Report: #763832

Complaint Review: EmailPsychic.com

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  • Submitted: Thu, August 11, 2011
  • Updated: Sun, October 30, 2011

  • Reported By: BRM — Central New Jersey United States of America
EmailPsychic.com
Internet United States of America

EmailPsychic.com www.EmailPsychic.com - "The Email Psychic". This EmailPsychic.com is a fraud. DO NOT USE THEM! I should have also realized it when I didn't see any contact information on the site. (lesson learned) I paid via credit card, it was charged but I Internet

*Consumer Comment: Wrong

*General Comment: Rebuttal to Pathetic

*General Comment: Rebuttal to Consumer Comment #1 from Duh

*Consumer Comment: Pathetic

*Consumer Comment: duh

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DO NOT USE this website, they are a Scam!  I should have realized this when I did not see any contact information on the site (phone #, address, email address).  I clicked on the service, paid for the service via credit card - they took it!   They promise an answer in 24 hours.  Two days went by, I emailed them, no answer.  Then I researched the website online and found reporst on this site.  I called my credit card company and confirmed that they did charge me.  So now I'm filing this report hoping that others will do the same.  DO NOT USE www.EmailPsychic.com   or Nicky Power Psychic via this site.
I hope they are shut down and do not get away with scamming people out of their money!
Thank you RipOff Report for giving us the platform to post these scams.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Wrong

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

No, there are ,in fact, no legitimate psychics, none.

They do not give people winning numbers.  If they could do this they would be zillionairs instead of ripping people off on the internet.  They do not help find missing people, that's a myth.

There have been many attempts to let them prove their ability under controlled, mutually agreeable conditions and they have failed miserably every time.

At this point we must conclude that they do not exist.

You are almost correct that no one deserves to be ripped off but  when someone does something as stupid as giving their money to an obvious fraud, they actually do not deserve any pity except maybe because they're so gullible they fell for an obvious scam.

Until psychics succeed in a properly controlled scientific test, there is no reason at all to give them your money.

Here, actually is a link to a famous site that gives any psychic the opportunity to win over a million dollars ($1,000,000.00) for proving their ability under mutually agreed on conditions.  I would suggest you give it a look and recommend your favorite 'psychic' win it.  If they don't need the money, they can give it to charity.

http://www.randi.org/site/index.php/1m-challenge.html
ROR may redact this because they don't usually allow links.   If they do, just search on JREF and select James Randi Educational Foundation.  Select - what we do - and take selections for the million dollar challenge. You could make your favorite 'psychic' a millionaire.

P.S. I wouldn't hold my breath if I were you.

I can tell you right now that they will not accept the challenge and will have excuses from a long list of old tired excuses.  The fact is that they all know they are frauds and as long as there are suckers like you, they don't need to prove their abilities, you will give them money anyway.
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#2 General Comment

Rebuttal to Pathetic

AUTHOR: Ria - (United States of America)



That was a cold thing for you to say that they deserved to be ripped off because they blindly gave their credit card information to someone who offered them a psychic reading but didnt deliver.  The person who should be ashamed is the person who scammed then out of their money, not the person who paid money for a service but didn't get it.  No one "deserves" to be ripped off, in any circumstance!
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#3 General Comment

Rebuttal to Consumer Comment #1 from Duh

AUTHOR: Ria - (United States of America)

It is pretty presumptuous of you to say that all psychics are scams.  They are NOT all out for your money.  I have had many psychic readings online and in person and the people I have gone to are not scam artists.  They are genuine psychics, trying to help people.  You probably have never even had a psychic reading before so you're just assuming that they are all out to scam people when the majority of them are not.  Granted there are scam artists out there who pretend to be psychics, but please don't lump all psychics into that category.  A lot of psychics DO stop crime and DO find missing persons and DO give people the correct numbers to help them win a fortune!  Did it ever occur to you that not all people are destined to be rich and that they are not on their spiritual journey here on Earth just to strike it rich?!  If you would take the time to research the subject of psychic abilities, you might change your tune a little bit.  You have no idea what these gifted people are capable of, but you would know if you would give them a chance. 

I've also had free psychic readings by people I know, in person and online and they have all told me very specific things that would happen that did, or things about my past which were true, and there's no way they could have known without reading me.  It sounds like this person did get scammed if they haven't responded to him/her and that's unfortunate.  Just like anything else, there are a lot of rotten people out there, who give the legitimate psychics a bad name.

You really got under my skin when you said that they are all scams.  I am so tired of people making assumptions when they don't know WHAT they're talking about!
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#4 Consumer Comment

Pathetic

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

Why in the world would give some unknown fraud your credit card number.  I'm sorry but you deserve to be ripped off.

Ridiculous!
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#5 Consumer Comment

duh

AUTHOR: kittens - (USA)

OK you just said in the beginning of your report that you saw that they had no contact information but you were stupid enough to give them your credit card! i mean come on that should of told you they were a scam. And by the way they are ALL a scams, they are only out for your money if they truly are psychic then they would be able to win the lottery and stop crime and save people all the time right? they are losers! only out there to steal your money which is easy for them because people like you fall for it over and over
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