• Report: #745382

Complaint Review: tara-medium

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  • Submitted: Sat, June 25, 2011
  • Updated: Sun, June 26, 2011

  • Reported By: Rev. Luminakisharblaze — hot springs Arkansas United States of America
tara-medium
Internet United States of America

tara-medium This is a warning to anyone out there. Tara is a computer generated scam. Internet

*Consumer Comment: question

*Consumer Comment: Typical siliness

*Consumer Comment: Another sigh.........

*Author of original report: @Ramjet

*Consumer Comment: Sigh...........

*Consumer Comment: Another fraud

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There are three easy ways to spot a psychic fraud.  Number one.  I put for my question (not wish) Who am I?  And this was part of what I received.

"I am aware of your most important wish: who am I?"

Obviously, this is not a wish.  This is how a form letter program answers things.

Secondly, any person who tries to tell you that you are unhappy, unlucky or cursed and need their help to undo any of these problems is only looking for your money.

Third, and most importantly, if a psychic asks for money in any way, they are a fraud.  A real psychic that is true to the gift, will never accept money for a reading.  I know this because I am one, and even though I live in extreme poverty, I do readings internationally for free and have for the past 15 years.  There is a vow that exists among those who are true to the gift.  "When good is done for you, you are bound to return it threefold.  And if you shall help another you will not accept payment, but shall bind the one served to likewise help yet another three (people)."

Please do not let your friends and neighbors be had by any person who claims to have the gift, yet requests money.  It gives those of us who actually have it a bad name and we are tired of the scams.

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#1 Consumer Comment

question

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

"Reverend" where did you get your Theology Degree?? My best guess is you do not have one therefore you have no right to call yourself "Reverend".  You may call yourself CON ARTIST because that is all your are.
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#2 Consumer Comment

Typical siliness

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

Bottom line is that you are a common, ordinary, everyday, run of the mill fraud and you know it as well as I do.

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#3 Consumer Comment

Another sigh.........

AUTHOR: skeptic - (USA)

JREF stands for the James Randi Education Foundation. Google it to get to their website. You can download the challenge application forms from their website. They are desperately looking for someone to prove the paranormal exists. You can remain anonymous thereby satisfying your code of ethics. All the world wants to hear is that the paranormal has been proven. Anyway, even if you don't want to prove anything, a visit to the site is very informative.

However, from your response to Ramjet, I can only assume that you cannot prove anything and are therefore a dud.
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#4 Author of original report

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AUTHOR: Rev. Luminakisharblaze - (United States of America)

Actually I have no idea what JREF is.  Never heard of it.  I am Romany and Strega and that is where my gifts come from.   I use tarot cards to do readings.  If you are ever in Hot Springs Arkansas, look me up and see how I live.  My real name is Rev. Korey Tuttle and I live in a 2 bedroom trailer on Burchwood Bay Rd.  Just look for the little pontiac G5.

As far as whether it would be great to prove my gifts?  No, it is of no consequence to me to prove anything.  Those who know me know I am genuine, and those who don't are not my concern.  One of the other vows of my people is this.

"Use not your power or knowledge of the Craft, neither call forth your aids, for your own glory or as proof of your standing.  Work instead for the good of your coven or for those who are outside (should they prove worthy).  For your own need you may work if no harm is done through your gain."
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#5 Consumer Comment

Sigh...........

AUTHOR: skeptic - (USA)

The "psychic" says -

"There is a vow that exists among those who are true to the gift.  "When good is done for you, you are bound to return it threefold."
 
Why not return the good many more times than threefold? Do as Ramjet says. Prove to the JREF that you do indeed have psychic abilities and get $1,000,000. Donate that to a worthwhile charity such as a home for abused children. You can then continue to live in extreme poverty. I'm sure the entity that blessed you with the "gift" will not be angry with you.

But we all know by now that psychic phenomena goes all coy when put under the spotlight of scientific investigation. More than a thousand psychics worldwide who took up the JREF challenge failed to prove anything. That was after the test protocols were agreed to by both parties and what a positive outcome would entail.

In the end it just proved they were delusional and thought they were psychics.
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#6 Consumer Comment

Another fraud

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

I'm not sure why you made this report.

While the items you listed are certainly indicators of fraud, another major indicator is: Claiming to be a psychic at all.

You know and I know that there is no such thing as a psychic.  You are just another fraud.  You claim to be in poverty because you won't accept money.  Do you actually expect anyone to believe that?

However, if you REALLY think you are a legitimate psychic, I would ask you to submit to the JREF paranormal challenge.  I am certain you are aware of it and you will, of course, have a few ridiculous excuses from a long list of tired excuses.

If you won you could still maintain your poverty by either refusing to take the money or, better yet, donate it to a worthy cause.

Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could prove to everyone once and for all that you are legitimate?

I will not be holding my breath -

Ridiculous and you know it.
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