• Report: #171137

Complaint Review: spellmaker

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  • Submitted: Tue, January 10, 2006
  • Updated: Mon, August 20, 2012

  • Reported By:Stamford Connecticut
www.spellmaker.com Alburqurque, New Mexico U.S.A.

spellmaker.com ripoff scams Alburqurque New Mexico

*Consumer Comment: Seriously?

*Consumer Comment: The infamous Ms. Cleo is at SpellMaker.com

*Consumer Comment: Spellkits don't always equal success.

*Consumer Comment: Did you read the webpage?

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This is an online company that sells spelkits and spells,, after buying 3 kits at a cost of more than $400.00 ,I recieved nothing in results ,in fact my situation got worse. When I complained they said I had to do it over or go on to the deluxe kits and suggested to buy other things to help my case.When I asked for a refund ,they said they don't refund any money and I complained and I was ignored and badmouthed on their forum and kicked out. I have talked to others who were ripped off from them and they lost alot of money too,without any results either. If you want to talk to the spellcaster about what happened ,you have to pay to talk to her,Samantha Kaye. I would not recomend using this service as it is all about taking your money.Don't go there.

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#1 Consumer Comment


AUTHOR: Dick - (USA)

Spells?  Are you kidding me?  You actually BELIEVE that there is such a thing as a spell?  ROFLMAO!  See if they have one that will make you a bit smarter,... at least up to an I.Q. of more than a rubber band or a rock!  I love Ripoff reports...Best entertainment for the price anywhere!
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#2 Consumer Comment

The infamous Ms. Cleo is at SpellMaker.com

AUTHOR: Fox News Scam - (United States of America)

Samantha Kaye is a Class A scam artist, and her craft of "SpellMaker.com, " yada yada, is pure garbage and about as useful of taking your chances with Three-Card Monte.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Spellkits don't always equal success.

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

I don't want to offend, but your complaint sounds like that of a novice who expects favorable results each and every time they cast a spell. Spells simply don't work that way. A spellkit doesn't guarantee success and anyone that claims that is lying. There's much more to a spell than putting some oil on a candle and lighting it. Intent, focus, and the ability to let the spell energy go once you complete the work are also factors. If you obsess over the results, how long it will take, how the spell will manifest, etc., odds are your spell will fail.

Since I have never dealt with this company and can't vouch for the authenticity of their products, and you did not indicate that they sold you fake goods, it's really hard to say why your spell failed. Sometimes we just don't get what we want because we're not meant to have it. That's a bitter pill to swallow for some, but it's true.

Truth be told, it sounds like you think the company should bend over backwards for you just because you spent "more than $400.00" (which is far too much, IMO) on spellkits from them. That's not the way any business runs. Maybe in a perfect world but in this world, people sell things and offer services because they want your money and spellcasters and/or psychics are no different.

I suggest you start studying your chosen path of magic before you begin casting spells again. I also suggest that you do your research about a company before plunking down hundreds of dollars. There are plenty of other places to buy oils, candles and herbs without spending that kind of money.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Did you read the webpage?

AUTHOR: Molly - (United States of America)

I'm not saying they aren't a scam (or that they are; I've never used them), but the refund policies are CLEARLY stated.  It's not the company's fault that you didn't read them, or think you should be treated as a special case. 
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