- Report: #798856
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Complaint Review: Psychic Source
Psychic SourceP.O. Box 657, Holland, Pennsylvania Internet United States of America
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I am an intelligent individual but during a very traumatic and emotional time for me, I sadly turned to this service for "guidance" and "hope". Do not make the same mistake. They are ALL frauds.
FAKE/CENSORED CUSTOMER REVIEWS Do not let the "customer reviews" and ratings suck you in. Psychic Source censors those reviews. I called them myself after a review I had posted did not appear and their representative told me it was because "they're probably slow on posting them right now." What does that mean? It means they read through your reviews and only post those they want to --> especially when it comes to their 5 star advisors. Yes, there are reviews posted with low ratings and comments about how the predictions didnt come to pass, no connection, etc. BUT there are NO negative reviews posted that question the integrity and practices used by this company and its employees. This is not a transparent or ethical business and it is not sharing the full truth.
SHARING CLIENT INFORMATION AMONGST READERS My negative review of this most highly rated and gifted psychic came about because I questioned the service after my last call with this man. He mentioned the names of EVERY other 5 star advisor I had spoken with about my problem and how they all had given me different timelines because "timing is difficult and time is relative." I never gave him this information nor did I prompt the statement in any way during the call. I never even mentioned to him that I spoke to anyone else. How could this man possible know WHO exactly else I had spoken with? He failed to pick up on very key points in my situation but he was "psychic" enough to know who else on the service I had spoken with? He then went on to ask me if another psychic had advised me the same thing as him. To make matters worse, when I called Psychic Source to inquire about this incident, they first told me that the readers do not even know any of the other readers that are on the service. Bullshit. If you read through some of the reviews posted on the site, you will see many times a customer saying how "So and so told me so and so is the best!". Many of the readers push their friends on the service on to clients.
Another example that shows how client information is not kept private: I had been waiting in line to speak with an advisor. This guy was on the service but never actually came on during his scheduled time. So one night I called psychic source to find out when he would be on. The rep told me he was floating and would come on whenever he felt like it. I told her I'd never seen him and had been waiting so she called him and he said he would log in in 10 minutes. At this point, I was still #35 in line so there were 34 other customers ahead of me to speak to him. I was shocked when exactly 10 minutes later I got a call from psychic source that this advisor was ready to speak to me. Was it just a coincidence? I doubt it. I'm quite certain psychic source told him I was the customer who wanted to speak to him and that's why even though I wasn't at the front of the line, he called me. Right after I spoke to him, he logged off the service even though he still had over an hour left on his scheduled shift. I never saw him log on for over 2 months after that (you can set up text alert when your favorite advisor(s) log on).
Everyone goes through difficulty in life, but be very careful who or what you turn to for comfort. If you are looking for answers from so-called "psychics", you are headed down a dangerous path. Nobody can tell you the future and you should never let someone tell you how to live your life. You will lose yourself completely. Do not fall prey like I did. Sometimes a few of the readers will hit on something that makes you think "there is no way they could know that. They MUST be psychic and what they say MUST be true." It's not. Statistically, they are bound to get something right every once in a while but the more you call, especially the same ones the more you see that the stories/assessments/readings and timelines always change or they just run out of ideas and pump you for information they can spin from. No matter what is going on in your life, you are stronger than con artists who want nothing more than to take advantage of your vulnerability and clean your pocket. Nothing any of these readers ever told me ever came true. Calling them only kept me from healing and took away my hard earned money. Learn from my lesson and save yourself from additional harm. No man, women or career is worth it. You will lose all the good you have and could have.
If you don't believe me, visit the Better Business Bureau or call them. Educate yourself and protect yourself.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/16/2011 07:57 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Psychic-Source/internet/Psychic-Source-psychicsourcecom-Client-information-sharing-poor-customer-service-fraudu-798856. 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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