A few days ago I was browsing through youtube videos when I came across some inspired thoughts on Indian Vedic Astrology, something that has been in India for centuries, and with the right person, can be very informative and useful. However, when I clicked on the link to the website from the youtube site it brought me to Norah. As embarrassing as it is to admit, I fell for the "grandmother" look and feel and trusted the seemingly kind report that she could give me some insight to healing some problems I have been having, and of course, all for the nominal fee of twenty something dollars. I said, what the heck, and went for the reading, even if it turned out to be only entertaining, still that is not much money. S/He did send me a reading, but it was very general, and actually laughably, totally inaccurate when compared to registered and legitimate sites (which I have done before and know to be accurate- at least for the map). but, a trusting individual, I gave it the benefit of the doubt. But then I noticed that there was another charge on my bank statement (which was supposedly free), and then I noticed that there were international transaction fees (which seemed odd considering that they are located in nevada and I am in California). Then, my e-mail inbox started to get these regular pushy e-mails that say, you are so close to becoming a super star amazing person shining awesome abundant rich wealthy famous....blah blah blah...you get the point, that I was a little irritated with what really was and is just a push for more money. When I pointed out to George that I was writing about money issues and that I did not sign up for two payments, or three or four, etc...and that I would like to be removed from the list, George wrote back sarcastically, oh, so sorry for the inconvenience and within two seconds my e-mail was hacked and the spam sent out to all my contacts in my book. My e-mail account was shut down and all my e-mails compromised. Thank goodness my bank caught the suspicious activity and shut down my banking before they could get to that as well. So, today, after having to frantically get some computer experts from India and Yahoo to help me fight these guys/gals off, and visit my bank and discuss with my kind local branch representative Daniel why I was a complete airhead, I am back to somewhat normal. Do I also need to mention my cat had an anxiety cat and tore her hair out too. So $400 later, I am back to normal. Thanks for the reading Norah. You're a real peach. I can't imagine how you sleep at night.