- Report: #739534
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Complaint Review: Jessica Psychic
Jessica Psychic3851 M St NW Washington, District of Columbia United States of America
Jessica Psychic Mrs. Jessica PSYCHIC SCAMMER IN DC Washington, District of Columbia
*Author of original report: GYPSY SCAM ARTIST IN DC
*Consumer Comment: 200 Bucks is a hell of an entertainment, If a Psychic's mouth is open, she's LYING.
*Consumer Comment: Entertaining?
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Then she followed with the reading. She general things about me and based on my reaction (my body language/facial expressions) she fed off of what more to say. For the things I felt that she got right-- like about the women in my family not having a good history with men-- I thought "how could she know this, this must be personal to me!"
After a couple dry and general characteristics "about me" she then informed me that I have a curse. [continued below]....
She played off of it and said "oh yes of course this is true!" She told me that she could rid me of this curse, but I must not tell anyone or it won't work! She said that it would cost $200. I said that I don't have the means to pay that being that I'm only a student with no job. She said that she would help me. Being naive I believed her and paid her half in cash-- she had me withdraw money at the ATM next door. She in return gave me bath salt and a stone and told me that it would protect me. She instructed me that I must take a bath for three nights using the salt and stone for 20 minutes. She emphasized that I must come back for more information on the following Monday. She gave me her number to call for questions.
I did not return on the Monday, but the Friday. When I returned she informed me that I in fact had two curses. The lastest one but on me by my ex's mother. I found this absolutely strange and unreal because she one said that it happened 5 years ago... I was 15 five years ago and NOT in a relationship. I questioned her about it and she asked me when I was last in a relationship and I said about 1 and a half ago. She asked me about my relationship and why we ended things and I said because we weren't good together. I told her that my ex girlfriend's mother didn't want us together and as soon as I mentioned that she played on it and said that my ex's mother is the one who hired someone to put a curse on me. I was very skeptical about this seeing as my ex girlfriend's mother is very religious and I doubt that she would do that.
Although my gut was telling me that this was a load of bull-- something in my mind kept telling me that what if she's right. I kept trying to make sense of what she was telling me in my head. so again she asked me for more money. This time she asked that I pay $150 and I did. She again gave me bath salt and a stone again and follow the same ritual I had done before. And of course I was always to return for more instruction. So when I returned I was feeling very doubtful. I expressed this to her and she said that this is because all this negative energy is evading my body due to this process. She emphasized that I must stay faithful.
She asked me to give $125, but I gave her $110. She gave me bath salt...again and a stone. She asked me if I had a credit card, I said no only a debit card. She asked me again and I said no. She was really persistent about this. I guess she felt that I was lying. She then asked me to get 3 white towels for a cleansing process for the next time I come by. I was frustrated this time because I felt like a human ATM. I just kept giving and giving with no tangible results. This time I left she said "God bless you" about 5 times... as if she was trying to elude to me that she is a religious and person of God when she is in fact just the opposite.
I bought one white towel and got two more from home. I return on Friday June 10th. When I returned she said that she had urgent news! That this curse traces back for generations and generations. That she would have to do major extensive work and that of course I would have to give more. She said to me that "the spirits" have informed her that I am holding back. That I actually have a savings and a credit card. I told her I do have a savings account. I did not give her the information for it-- thankfully. I told her again that I do not have a credit card. She asked me if I had gold jewelry because according to "the spirits" I do. I told her I do. Of course I do... and I'm sure a lot of other women do--so again she was making a general assumption and trying to make it sound specific to me. This time I did not fall for it.
I said to her that I would get back to her with funds. She said I should call her with notice. As soon as I went home yesterday (June 10th) I went online and searched "How do you know if you've been scammed by a psychic". I found dozens and dozens of links and read stories of peoples stories. My story was no different from theirs. I was completely shocked and dumb founded! How could I be so naive!
Thankfully it wasn't thousands that I lost to this women. Regardless I want EVERYONE to know her name and that Mrs. Jessica at 3851 M St in Northwest Washington DC is a fraud! She is a crook! and is out for your money. Even if I can't get my money back I can do people in the area a favor by putting her name out there to the public! She is in fact a gypsy far from a psychic and scammed me!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/11/2011 07:45 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Jessica-Psychic/Washington-District-of-Columbia-20007/Jessica-Psychic-Mrs-Jessica-PSYCHIC-SCAMMER-IN-DC-Washington-District-of-Columbia-739534. 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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