Report: #1221216

Complaint Review: Scottie LIttlestar, Center for the New Age

  • Submitted: Wed, April 08, 2015
  • Updated: Wed, April 08, 2015
  • Reported By: Diana — Long Beach California USA
  • Scottie LIttlestar, Center for the New Age

    Sedona, Arizona
    USA

Scottie LIttlestar, Center for the New Age Fake Energy Stones Sold by Scottie Littlestar, Took Us for $200! Sedona Arizona

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Scottie Littlestar: Still a total FRAUD

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: False Report by a Crazy Person

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

I used to be a HUGE fan of Center for the New Age.
My trip last week was something else. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!!
It was terrible; they kept throwing ridiculous scenarios out to us and we kept telling her "NO" that is not anyone, anyplace, any experience we or our departed family ever had. She told us to contact other members of the family to validate her "messages". We are the only family we have in this realm, so it was easy for her to make up stuff. Not once did she give us any messages, just kept trying to describe people who would never have been part of our ancestry!
We left the Center so disappointed and frankly, angry that we spent $120.00 for nothing!
If I hadn't had such a good experience before, I would completely understand why people call these so-called mediums quacks!

Sorry, Center for the New Age, but you're off my places to go to in Sedona.
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#1 REBUTTAL Individual responds

Scottie Littlestar: Still a total FRAUD

AUTHOR: lt355 - (USA)

My name is Douglas Stambler and I am responding to the slanderous comments made here by Scottie Littlestar.

Scottie is a person who claims to channel dead people, claims to read people's thoughts and claims to know the future.

She is part of a business in Sedona, Arizona that sells fake information and preys on tourists who want to know more about themselves and their lives.

For Scottie Littlestar to make personal attacks on me for responding to her fraudulent business is revealing.  That's what ripoff artists do: They attack those who shine a light on their fraudulent claims.

I hope that Scottie stops making up things to tell tourists when they stop in Sedona for her spiritual advice.

Everything she says to people while lying to their faces will only come back to her a thousand times the pain she causes others.

A very confused woman like Scottie Littlestar should never peddle advice to strangers.

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#2 REBUTTAL Individual responds

False Report by a Crazy Person

AUTHOR: Scottie - (USA)

This person put a terrible review of me on TripAdvisor and when I tried to find out more about when he had his reading (as we would have given him a refund), how he paid, etc...he would not give me an answer...just crazy rantings. My office is at the Center for the New Age in Sedona, AZ and since we keep records of all readings done & how they paid for the past couple years, they were able to get the review removed, because it wasn't a real client that had a reading. He put 'another' review on TripAdvisor, right after that, which also got removed.

Somehow, I figured it out that it was Douglas Stambler (although he uses different names. On TripAdvisor he used 'Jason'), who I met about 6yrs ago. I emailed him and said "I am not going to contact your ex-girlfriend"...as he kept saying I should contact her about his "complaint". She left him, realizing he's crazy, a couple years ago and wants nothing to do with him...and he was trying to get me to contact her.

He & his girlfriend were given 'for free' Enerpathic Technology stones apx. 6yrs ago when I met them, that had been passed through a Quantum Field Accelerator. They are only used to 'demonstrate' the energy and are 'never' sold. The stones are given to anyone that buys any of the Enerpathic Technology products, which they did.

 He was saying crazy things like "you're of the devil", on & on...and even said his ex-girlfriend had demons (in his 1st reply back to when I called him out by his real name)...proving to me that it was him. I also filed a complaint with Hushmail, as he had sent emails to me that were very negative & nasty & was using 2 different addresses. From what I hear, a client of theirs can have up to 7 or 9 email addresses. After reviewing his emails to me, they closed down both of the email addresses he had used. Then...'this' false report got filed on your site. I really feel sorry for him, because I just don't know how someone can suddenly reach out after 6yrs or more and be so crazy. Would you please remove this false report? Someone that doesn't know me, could believe his crazy lies and it could affect my business. Thank-you. Scottie

Oh...and btw...the report below, is not Douglas' fake report...it's a review that was written regarding another reader at the Center, so not sure why its showing up below. His says: Scottie Littlestar, Center for the New Age in the title & says I'm a rip off and sold them fake energy stones & lied his head off. I kind of wonder if he's had a psychotic break or something. You have my permission to print all of this rebuttal, if you are unable to remove his fake report.

 

 

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