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  • Submitted: Sun, December 26, 2010
  • Updated: Wed, October 24, 2012

  • Reported By: Michea — Chicago Illinois United States of America
Psychic Source
Lanchester, Pennsylvania United States of America

Psychic Source Psychic Source Are Scam Artists (Therese, Moira and the rest of the "5 star bunch") Lanchester, Pennsylvania

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Psychic source

*General Comment: Psychics are REAL

*General Comment: Approaching the matter fairly

*Consumer Comment: Scam Artists Indeed

*Consumer Comment: James Randi

*Consumer Comment: Easier to win $1,000,000 now.

*Consumer Comment: True

*Consumer Comment: Moira

*Consumer Comment: Hey Skeptic...

*Consumer Comment: Done with this thread...

*Consumer Comment: Done with this thread...

*Consumer Comment: Nice try.

*Consumer Comment: Obviously we will have to agree to disagree...

*Consumer Comment: Some facts.

*Consumer Comment: One last statement

*Consumer Comment: Ramjet

*Consumer Comment: What is the number of this ridiculous excuse

*Consumer Comment: From another reader....

*Consumer Comment: I'm still worried.

*General Comment: STeven Hawkins?

*Consumer Comment: It'll never happen

*Consumer Comment: The dark ages are back

*Consumer Comment: From a reader's perspective (not a phone line reader)

*Consumer Comment: Sorry

*Author of original report: Cec - You're an Idiot!!!

*Consumer Comment: Absolutely!

*Consumer Comment: Absolutely!

*Consumer Comment: Ya, you are crazy

*Author of original report: Scam Artists

*Consumer Comment: Moira and Therese

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Please please please do not call Therese, Moira or any of those so-called psychics from Psychic Source. They are just scam artists and are as valid as those gypies you find at carnivals.

Therese told me that I wouldnt get that great job that I was interviewing forI got it. Moira strung me along for months telling me that my ex-boyfriend and I were going to get back together. When I questioned her accuracy and told her I was positive that he wasnt being truthful she told me that maybe I was the negative energy and maybe I needed to look at myself and see why I was constantly pushing the poor guy away. She got nasty and threatened to hang up on me if I didnt clear my energy and stop acting crazy. Please. Months later I discovered he got engaged and she still tried to convince me that she was write and that he was a bipolar.

I funny acknowledge that I was an idiot for calling this service and I got what I deserved. Lies, scammed and an empty pocket. Bottom line is that I dont want others to fall pray to this. Dont call and waste your money.



 


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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company

Psychic source

AUTHOR: Diana123 - ()

I have spoken with the top psychica on psychic source !! And this is simply my interpretation!! I feel that their are some very gifted people who will give you details that is very impossible for them to know!! I feel that they are mostly nice and empathetic !! However the top psychics all predicted the same thing concerning a relationship of mine at this point I'm still waiting to see!! However many predictions that have been made on a shorter term basis have simply not happened!!

Let's face it the site does emphasize this is for entertainment purposes only!! I bear full responsibility for calling and understanding this!!!  i just feel that what I see as wrong is giving people false hopes by predicting things that simply don't happen!!but at the same time lets not forget we picked up that phone and called understanding what we are doing!! Therefore the psychics at psychic source should never be labeled like they are in the above statements!!

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#2 General Comment

Psychics are REAL

AUTHOR: wefwefewf - (United States of America)

I know for a fact that psychics are real.  One time I got a psychic reading and the psychic said that if I ate dog crap it would make me sick.  Foolishlly not believing her, I ate a huge dog turd.  Then...I got sick!!!  Her amazing powers are so real that they frighten me!  I'm going to call to see if it is ok to eat goat poop, I don't want to get sick again!
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Approaching the matter fairly

AUTHOR: ForClarity - (Australia)

I have read some of the posts concerning the psychics at Psychic Source and other places. Some posters seem to only have one goal, which is to constantly state without proof or backing that there are no real clairvoyants or psychics in general. Conversley some posters have said they spend much time (and Im guessing money) calling people billing themselves as phone psychics, and they find them generally accurate.

I provide psychic readings for people and so of course I am aware that psychic ability is not only possible but actually quite natural. I dont come to that conclusion without critical thought, but in fact have scrutinised my psychic experiences as well as the concept for many years. With that I had to understand the nature of our world and further the nature of our reality. Someone in the comments above, closed to psychic possibility, mentioned quantum physics. In fact quantum physists now understand that all is conciousness, matter is a symbolic representation and outpouring of creative conciousness. All conciousness is connected. This means we are all in touch with each others thoughts. We are in touch with the conciousness of all so this means all that manifests the earth as well. We can know of earthquakes etc ahead of time because we are connected to all manifesting events. In recent tsunamies it was noted that the animals that could get away ran toward hilltops a day or so before the tsunami, and indigenous peoples in some of the areas also knew of the tsunami before it came and left coastal villiages. Psychic sense is just a natural sense, we all have.

Now the problem some people are having calling phone psychics is not in the question of whether such people have intuitive capabilities, we all do. The problem is that some of these people can be as skeptical and cut off from their abilities as James Randi, but unfortunately just wish to take vulnerable peoples money. Actually the more they do the work they do get in touch with their intuitive abilities, mixed in with a good ability to read peoples psychological state and likely perspectives. Still, as such people went into the job prepared to take from others when thinking they were just going to use the clients vulnerabilities, such people likely remain unwise and fairly non compassionate. These will be the phone psychics who at times are right and most of the time take the client for a ride. They will not be concentrated on wisdom and will fall into talking about whether a boyfriend or girlfriend is doing the dirty etc.

There are however a few people, such as myself, who have been basically having paranormal and telepathic experiences on a strong level all throughout their life. They have had to learn much about the nature of reality, and seek much wisdom. They are therefor compassionate and loving - as this is the only way of truth. They may find themselves in a situation where phone readings are the best way for them to make a living given the circumstances of where they live etc. They may be aware they are just as good on the phone as face to face (though it is a different connection ). So they join a psychic phone company. If they are like me they will get you off the phone quickly and they will pour their mind heart and spiritual awareness into helping you in a way that lasts rather than saying something to make you happy till you phone again. I actually ask people why they have phoned again so soon. People in the end must make their own choices and must know that they have their own wisdom to utilise without bowing to outer authority. When possible on the psychic lines, if I am able to provide a blurb on what I do and dont do, I will state I am not about making predictions and especially not going to enter into declaring that a partner is being disloyal etc. There are deeper matters to peoples questions. We are here for deeper reasons, I will look into the deeper reasons to their questions and their circumstance and help them that way.

To those who spend so much money on psychic lines calling time after time, really there is a lesson for you to learn in trusting your own wisdom and insight. If you have recurring problems with partners being disloyal then learn that you are lovable without doubt and see that all are equally lovable, then you wont fear someone leaving you for someone else. If you dont have such fears your partners will not be at edge or feel controlled to the extent they must look elsewhere.

We are all responsible for our choices and our actions. We are also here to learn something profound and beautiful.
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Scam Artists Indeed

AUTHOR: Virginia - (United States of America)

First of all, how do these psychic services justify $8/min? Crazy.

I tried an introductory offer, thinking that they were the best of the best. The readers did not know I was on an introductory offier and not paying that rate vs. $1/minute. All had hundreds of five star reviews and were promoted as "the best."

The first guy spoke a lot of esoteric nonsense that could mean 101 different things depending on how you interpreted it. He was also very effusive with his hellos and good bye, asking for DOB and favorite colors (to drag out the time.) 

PS promises refunds for last call if you are dissatified. I called for a refund to try again with someone else -- and the polite demeanor of the customer service rep turned downright nasty and hateful, as if to intimidate or to condition me never to request a refund again. 

I got my money back and spoke to a girl who just rattled on time and dates. I asked about a relationship. She offered no insight about the relationship --just an offer to see when he would call, etc., consulting her pendulum of whether he would call within six months? No! Let's see maybe 5? No. ...

And on it went...until she got to the month and day. And then repeated the cycle for when we would get back together.  Thi was a 15 minute reading. Since was on $1/min, I let her go with it to see what she came up with as she was also a five star reader.

Of course, as a read through feedback, her five star raters said, "I hope what you predicted will come true." There were quite a few poor reviews on how her predictions and timings were way off.  Imagine spending $120 (if I were not on an introductory special) for someone whose only insight into my relationship was a false prediction on the precise date of his return and our reconciliation. How does that help?

Disgusted, I tried someone else. I listened to a number of bios. Most sounded fake. There were so many readers too. I finally settled on a fast talking reader who got rave reviews and lots of positive, detailed feedback. This reader was an intuitive person who offered common sense answers. Since she is brighter than most and hyper, she provides a flood of detailed, common sense answers pertaining to likely scenarios.   She is very convincing as she is articulate and her readings are plausible. 

I remembered this readers from a different site I used years ago by her voice. She convinced me back then of a number o different predictions, which she swore up and down would occur. None of them did.  The rest of her  "Reading" was devoted to lecturing me on how she thought I should live my life.

I got off the phone shaking my head. What do callers do? If they are trying to find a good reader, do they keep calling and keeping calling, trying one after the other at $8/min until one clicks? 

The psychic hotline scenario cannot work.  The readers get jaded and dont' care and only concentrate on the bottom line. Whether you call back or not is immaterial to them as someone will take your place and they are working multiple lines at once. They never have to deal with the repercussions to your life nor can you really establish a relationship with a reader while the clock is racing. 

Granted, there was one new reader I wanted to try -- she was being promoted at a low, introductory rate, had only four stars, but I sensed she was genuine and wanted to help and that she had actual skills. Sadly, I was never able to reach her due to scheduling conflicts and I didn't want to try again and get more refunds, only to be disappointed. 

As quickly as I started, I quit. The customer service rep this time ( a different lady) was actually quite friendly -- perhaps as I cam prepared with an attitude, just in case I was going to be up against another bully PS rep.   This one kindly refunded all of my money (I actually only requested refund for the last call, as is procedure, but she refunded the entire amount, which I thought was cool) and my account was suspended, at my request. 

I would never call again.

Yet, at the same time, my critical reviews of the dissatisfactory readings were all erased. So, that was the exchange -- reviews for readings in which a refund is requested are deleted, accounting for the great number of positive reviews. I guess this makes sense from a readers perspective, as they don't want people calling up, bashing readers over readings they didn't pay for, but as a customer, I would have liked to have seen negative readings so that I could have better gauged their abilities and whether they would be a fit.

PS is the best of the best -- re: psychic hotlines. I am pleased with the integrity they displayed with respect to refunding my money over bad readings. On the other hand, charging such exorbitant rates cannot be justified, especially considering the poor quality of readings. 

My friends and I read each other for fun and are far more accurate than the $480hr readers at PS.



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#5 Consumer Comment

James Randi

AUTHOR: register - (United States of America)

James Randi himself has stated that he isnt claiming pychics (and the like) do not exist, he is just asking for proof.  I've followed this man for many many years.  I find him to be an entertaining, yet bitter and angry old man but I do give him credit for debunking many things over the years.

If I were psychic, I'd take that stupid JREF challenge in a heartbeat!  Why not take the challenge and then donate the money charity? 
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#6 Consumer Comment

Easier to win $1,000,000 now.

AUTHOR: skeptic - (USA)


JREF’s $1,000,000 Paranormal Challenge Now Easier Than Ever

In an effort to attract more participants, the JREF has lowered the bar for psychics to prove their abilities.

So come on you fortune tellers, mind readers, clairvoyants, dowsers, telepathists and all the other riff raff that inhabit the nether world, here is your chance to become famous and score a $1,000,000.

Go to the JREF website to read all about it.
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#7 Consumer Comment

True

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

You are correct that these people don't know everything.  They, in fact, know nothing except how to ripoff off ignorant people like you.

Your whole message sounds like a list of the silly excuses they use to explain their miserable failures.

You are clearly completely sucked in and you will eventually lose.

Good luck, you'll need it.
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#8 Consumer Comment

Moira

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

I would just like to comment on Moira and psychics in general.  I'm not going to debate whether some people truly have psychic ability or not.  In my opinion, some do.  If others dont believe in psychics at all, more power to you.  It doesnt really matter to me if you dont believe it.  I will say that I think that truly gifted psychics are few and far between and most of the people working those lines do not have much ability at all.

I used to speak to Moira on a somewhat regular basis.  In my opinion, and based on things she told me that she could have never known, she does have psychic ability. Having said that, she was not 100% accurate though and she also was better reading certain types of situations than others.  Basically, when she told me things on her own without me asking any specific questions (like a general reading) she was very close to 100% accurate with what she saw and predicted  coming up.  However, when I asked  her specific questions about things, she was hit or miss. 

So, while I enjoyed getting readings from her, since she wasnt able to consistantly answer my specific questions accurately, I stopped calling.  I liked the fact that she could predict things on her own and just tell me what came to her and that she was pretty spot on with that stuff, with the exception of one major thing that she predicted that was accurate and kind of a big deal, the rest of the stuff, while accurate, were things I didnt care about anyway.  It proved to me that she has a gift, yes, but she cant always fine tune it to exactly what I was asking about.  She was always very nice to me though.  I feel doing back to back readings on these lines contributes to the inconsisent readings too.  She was way more accurate for me a long time ago before she got really popular. 

I havent spoken to Moira in a while or any other psychic for that matter.  I was going through a rough period  and she helped me through some of it.  I take responsibility for calling and spending the money.  Nobody forced me to do it. 

I wouldnt advise people to call these lines to be honest but if you do, take responsibility for your actions and dont expect these people to be god.  They dont know everything, and they arent side show acts predicting lottery numbers etc. 
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Hey Skeptic...

AUTHOR: Inspector - (USA)

Why waste time giving even a small ounce of credence to these people?  They know ther're fake.  This is about money and how much they can make off the ignorant masses.

Originally psychics were for amusement.  Circus and carnivals.  It is often refered to as a "profession" liken to entertainer.  Now it is become a billion dollar business.  It like the porn hotlines, people pay to hear more.

The OP will not learn from this, he or she will just dismiss it as a bad psychic and try again with another.  These people keep this type of business alive.  Nothing has changed, there will be no return to the dark ages, just a "fool and their money".
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#10 Consumer Comment

Done with this thread...

AUTHOR: To remain anonymous - (United States of America)

Like I said before, we will have to agree to disagree. I don't feel like continuing the conversation not because I can't, just that it will go no where.  

I can respect your beliefs and in turn, you should do the same for me. But you don't have to. I get that.

I am not talking about paranormal.  That is something completely separate. But we should leave that alone. You said your peace and definitely are trying to make me look foolish.  That is fine.  I have done my own research as well and I am an educated woman.  You can't think whatever you want about me.  I really don't care.

Again, I am sorry for people who have been scammed and the ones who feel that were scammed.  There are people out there who do believe they are helping people and ones who are out take you for a ride.
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#11 Consumer Comment

Done with this thread...

AUTHOR: To remain anonymous - (United States of America)

Like I said before, we will have to agree to disagree. I don't feel like continuing the conversation not because I can't, just that it will go no where.  

I can respect your beliefs and in turn, you should do the same for me. But you don't have to. I get that.


I am not talking about paranormal.  That is something completely separate. But we should leave that alone. You said your peace and definitely are trying to make me look foolish.  That is fine.  I have done my own research as well and I am an educated woman.  You can't think whatever you want about me.  I really don't care.

Like I said before, I am sorry for people who have been scammed and the ones who feel that were scammed.  There are people out there who do believe they are helping people and ones who are out take you for a ride.

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#12 Consumer Comment

Nice try.

AUTHOR: skeptic - (USA)

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"Not ALL psychics are scammers...  It is just a fact.  There are things that even a skeptic cannot disregard, but do. It is your opinion and your choice to believe what JREF puts out."

I'd just love to know which psychics are not scammers? Maybe it's the delusional ones who think they are psychic? Also, on what "fact" it is based? I'd also like to know which things I as a skeptic cannot disregard but do? I've really tried to figure that one out.

Moreover, you can try to discredit the JREF all you can. The money and the challenge is real. More so than the absurd claims that psychics make.

No, I'm not a member of the JREF. I'm just a skeptic plain and simple - based on years of experience in the field of paranormal investigation.
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#13 Consumer Comment

Obviously we will have to agree to disagree...

AUTHOR: To remain anonymous - (United States of America)

It is clear to me that JREF does monitor this site and others. And that is ok.  That is how they spread their word and feel they are doing their jobs.  

Not ALL psychics are scammers...  It is just a fact.  There are things that even a skeptic cannot disregard, but do. It is your opinion and your choice to believe what JREF puts out there.  I get that...

As far as the funds and checking statements.  You know that's not realistic.  Any "scam artist"  would tell you...


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#14 Consumer Comment

Some facts.

AUTHOR: skeptic - (USA)

It's quite obvious certain people haven't even bothered to go to the JREF website and seen what it's all about. If they went to the website they would see the bank statement guaranteeing the $1,000,000. In fact, there is more than a $1,000,000 in it.

It also happens to be a non-profit organization so I cannot see any profit motivation there. Of course the JREF is the enemy of psychic scam artists so they will have many enemies spreading total garbage about them.

There is a preliminary test for "psychics" who want to be tested. This is to weed out the obvious frauds or delusional people from somebody who might have "something." A lot of time and effort has been spent by the staff of the JREF over the years. They have learnt from their experiences.

In the over 10 years that the challenge has been put out not ONE paranormal event has ever been recorded. This has been ACCEPTED by both the challenger and the JREF. A list of challengers from all over the world is posted on the website. The list also tells what they claimed they were able to do but failed. 
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#15 Consumer Comment

One last statement

AUTHOR: To remain anonymous - (United States of America)

My other comment did not go through...

But what I said before is that one thing you need to consider, the readers on this particular lines DO NOT make the full 6.75.  In fact, they only make cents per minute. So to say they do it for the money is incorrect.  The ones that are on the line for a long time obviously do it to make a living. Others do it because they genuinely want to help others.  Yes, there are frauds and yes, there are scammers but common sense will tell you who is right and who is wrong.  

As for the JREF organization and their followers, it is clear that it is their obsession to discredit any claims or proof that this does exist.  From what I have seen especially on this site, they are all over comments.  Belittling people.  Even people who feel duped.  Making them feel worse than they already do. But also understand this foundation also discredits homeopathic medicine, etc... And I will remind that he does PAID speaking engagements.... Loves to go on Larry King Live etc...  I let you be the judge.

JREF and the million dollar challenge is farce because they will not allow unknown reader to take it.  There is no cash.  They money is in bonds and not all there.  When you call the foundation to ask anything about it, they hang up on you. He only wants a famous psychic so that he can get the recognition. Again, I will let you be the judge.

I am sorry for anyone who has been taken by a scam artist.  But it is on both sides.  My advice is to do your research. Including anything that comes from JREF.  I did and found out more than enough on the subject. 
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#16 Consumer Comment

Ramjet

AUTHOR: To remain anonymous - (United States of America)


You dont know me... and I have a feeling you work for Randi as well.  I am not a fraud...  I dont charge but what I do is real.

From your ramblings, I can tell that you are a passionate person.  I hope that you can take that passion and turn it around into something good.  Maybe help stop animal abusers...  Something that will actually help someone or save a life. 

And no, my friends made no demands. They were told that JREF doesnt have the time etc...  Again that is the crap JREF spreads around to try and excuse the claims that the challenge is a farce. 

If you want to continue this argument, feel free to do so.  But you will lose. I wont see your point and visa versa.  You can call me all the names you want and I will sit back and feel bad for you.  Just do me the favor and do some real research on James Randi.  He isnt doing this to help people.  He is doing this to make money.  He found another way to rip people off. It's a cult period...
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#17 Consumer Comment

What is the number of this ridiculous excuse

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

"As for the person spewing JREF,  James Randi is a total fraud as well.
 People follow him and he gets off on it.  There is no challenge... Many
people I know have contacted him and they declined them.  There also is
not a million dollar payout.  The money does not exist.  He is fraud
and has made a great living deceiving people."

This is an absolute bold face lie and you know it.  The Challenge is well documented and the money is proven to be available if you can prove your abilities under controlled conditions agreed upon by both parties.  Your "friends' may well be making ridiculous demands for conditions like "I get to decide what counts as a hit and you don't" and that sort of ridiculous absurdity.

You are a complete 100% fraud, I know it and so do you unless you are also completely deluded.  Please get a real job and stop ripping off poor desperate ignorant people.  You are the lowest of the low and belong in jail.

Disgusting!
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#18 Consumer Comment

From another reader....

AUTHOR: To remain anonymous - (United States of America)

First let me say I am NOT a reader on this line....  I am a reader but do not do it as my profession.  I am not going to get into a discussion about what you believe or don't... What constitutes fraud or not... Everyone has their own take, but I do feel the need as fellow to point out a few this reader said and others.

First, as a reader you should know NOT to criticize or judge another reader.  Moira is a great reader, but YOU should know that not everyone will connect with every single person that calls in.  To flat out lie that Moira would say she takes notes is an insult and I have to wonder about your own ethics as a reader.  Yes, I have read with Moira and she has been dead on certain dates and missed others.  She is a very sweet woman and is not there to rip people off.  She can be chatty but it is also to help the client release whatever they are feeling... I also know that if she does not connect or feels that she cannot help someone, she WILL end the call and contact. There are people who are unstable  who call and like any customer service orientated business, you do your best to help them or ease the situation.

Also her rate is 6.75 not 5.75 and has been for over a year....

As for Therese, she did not hit with me.  She is an interesting and insightful lady and she has hit MANY, just not me.  And that happens...

As for the author, I completely understand you feeling duped, but you weren't.  Nothing is 100%.  The statement made about Moira telling you it was you and it is your negative energy is either another lie or that maybe she did tell you the truth but you didn't want to hear about the ex.  And maybe you kept calling and she was at a loss.  Something tells me we are NOT getting the whole truth.  Also, I have a feeling you were more than inconsiderate to her.  She only gets tough when she has too.

As for the person spewing JREF,  James Randi is a total fraud as well.  People follow him and he gets off on it.  There is no challenge... Many people I know have contacted him and they declined them.  There also is not a million dollar payout.  The money does not exist.  He is fraud and has made a great living deceiving people.
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#19 Consumer Comment

I'm still worried.

AUTHOR: skeptic - (USA)

Thanks snowyowl for clearing up my doubts about Santa Claus. But I'm still worried about the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy though. Steven Hawking might be out of the loop but quantum theory is still a valid topic for discussion.
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#20 General Comment

STeven Hawkins?

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

This is to the person who wrote about santa claus, quatum phyics, and other dribblel. First, Steven Hawkins is out of the loop these days because of his als , his theories are proven wrong such as the  hawkining paradox.

Now as for Santa everyones knows santa is real the FAA tracks his progress every year. If the government says its true it must be right?  Now to the original report. Calling yourself an idiot is silly. First of all no one can prove ESP is wrong whether in the psychic  world or in science.. No one is right all the time. Your only mistake was not relying on your own self .  I have no dog in this fight only practical sense. The psychics have foretold the future even the coming of christ of course they were called maji they were interrupted as astrologers. If you look up women  in the bible Haludk, Miriam, anna, are just a  few prophetess who had the sight. So historically we know wise women were everwhere.
Above all please do not call a psychic  unless your  stable go to a counsilor.
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#21 Consumer Comment

It'll never happen

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

They know they are miserable frauds and have a long tired list of excuses why they can't/won't call JREF.

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#22 Consumer Comment

The dark ages are back

AUTHOR: skeptic - (USA)

All this "psychic" drivel is really becoming boring now. Whether tarot cards or whatever other b/s system these scam artistsuse. Why work the phones for a few bucks a minute when in one fell swoop you can win $1,000,000 by taking up the million dollar challenge and proving once and for allthat theparanormal exists?

You will become worldfamous and the laws of physics will have to be changed. Steven Hawkingwould be interested in hearing from you. Quantum physics will have to be revisited.But it seems as if the world is slipping back into the dark ages. What with fortune telling, spells, Santa Claus,and all the other drivel that goes with it.

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#23 Consumer Comment

From a reader's perspective (not a phone line reader)

AUTHOR: girlytomboy - (Canada)

To start off, I read tarot. I believe strongly in the skills that people have beyond the physical- but what these phone readers offer in their readings just isn't possible. Readers read energies, not definite future predictions. I have considered working on the lines for privacy, but under consideration, I know it is not possible to be available on service, giving back to back readings and to satisfy the customer's expectations of definite answers.

Esoteric services are meant to show routes and possibilities read through energies. What people do with that is totally up to them, therefore definites are impossible to predict. Readers I associate with council on how to best make changes in YOUR life, because honestly, that is the only variables in the situations you live which YOU can change. The style on this line of telling the caller what to do is very irresponsible in my opinion.

Also, I know for a fact that the readers keep notes on the clients on the computer- Moira herself told me this. Based on readings I have gotten back to back- yes I have been sucked in too- I can also tell you that I highly suspect they share information- whether company sanctioned or not. Callers, including myself in the past, have responsibility for this in the fact that they keep calling and demanding information. An answer of "that is not the type of reader I do" would result in negative feedback- highly effecting the business of said reader. Therefore, I empathsize with these readers who are forced into a corner of saying what the customer wants to hear in this highly competitive market.

However, in my most recent readings, I have noticed a strongly decreased level of ethics in readings and a strongly increased opinion based general reading. What I have said in such readings has been disregarded... Instead general life lessons are given to keep me on the line. Moira, in fact, is probably one of the worst of those readers- chatting about anything from recipies to holidays to keep me on the phone at 5.75 a minute.

I am not recommending anyone get readings, but if you do I beg you to go the independent, prepaid route, instead of these lines where you get so involved that the concept of money and reality are thrown out the window.

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#24 Consumer Comment

Sorry

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

There is no legit psychic line by the way. They are ALL frauds, 100@ of them. Psychics do not exist, please use your money for something useful.

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#25 Author of original report

Cec - You're an Idiot!!!

AUTHOR: Bailey - (United States of America)

Cec - you're either an idiot or someone who works for the "legit" psychic line. My guess is both. What kind of professional recruiter are you to spew the stuff you are spewing. Psychic Source is like the bartender that keeps pouring the alchoholic a drink. They know it isn't right, but they keep doing it. It's all about the money and the lies. It's pure bullshit.

FACT: Therese is a fraud. She says she reads cards, but half the stuff she spews is crap. Like a carnie at the carnival.

Moira told me that my grandfather was going to do such and such and I haven't heard from him in years. Bulshit.

They are all frauds and consumers need to know when they call that the shit that is being spewed is bulshit and not valid.

Keep calling. My your pockets gets emptier.

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#26 Consumer Comment

Absolutely!

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

Yes, anyone who is dumb enough to believe in psychics is indeed crazy.

Psychics do not exist at all. You have wasted your money to these disgusting frauds and if you don't stop you will lose much more if not everything.

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#27 Consumer Comment

Absolutely!

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

Yes, anyone who is dumb enough to believe in psychics is indeed crazy.

Psychics do not exist at all. You have wasted your money to these disgusting frauds and if you don't stop you will lose much more if not everything.

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#28 Consumer Comment

Ya, you are crazy

AUTHOR: cec - (United States of America)

Not a threat, just a fact. You get what you give out...good luck in life!

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#29 Author of original report

Scam Artists

AUTHOR: Bailey - (United States of America)

"So, good luck with that job ( above comment) I am a recruiter and I can tell you that I am sure just like your ex boyfriend, the company who hired you will find you to be crazy and it will not last." Is that your psychic opinion or a threat?

So, why am I exactly crazy? Because I called a psychic line? Well, so did you. Does that make you crazy? Or is because Moria told me I was negative? Well, your comment above is rather negative. So are you crazy? Or is it because I woke up one day and realized that I was willingly wasting my money on calling psychics and it wasn't worth it. Truth be told, I picked up the phone and called. But if these were true psychics they would not continue to enable people with their lies.

Congratulations for calling for 8 months and receiving your 85% accuracey....it won't last. They are scam artists who try to spill things so people continue to call and call.


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#30 Consumer Comment

Moira and Therese

AUTHOR: cec - (United States of America)

I have been calling for a 8 months and the psychics that I talk to have been 85-90 accurate. Moira and Therese included. I have nothing but good things to say, I write down my readings and review them. I know that nobody is 100% and some people ( negative and crazy ones) are hard to read. Also, it is a choice to spend your money, nobody made you pick up the phone to continue to dial. IF you knew your answers, why did you need a psychic? This service has been around a long time. I have talked to advisors who in no WAY a million years couild know what they know about my situation, including names of people and decriptions without my input. an no, they are not sharing info and looking online...that is impossible since they all live in different states. I have also received reading from an outside source that confims what they see and is exact. So, good luck with that job ( above comment) I am a recruiter and I can tell you that I am sure just like your ex boyfriend, the company who hired you will find you to be crazy and it will not last.

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