ED Magedson – Founder
William Boggan323 E Glass Spokane, Washington United States of America
I'm a practitioner of one of the "more intersting religions." Yes, that's right, I offer ritual services for hire. Good! I can hear you saying, finally, one of these charlatans gets what's coming to them! Well, wether you believe or not is your thing. I know what is real to me and I have an ability to make petition for clients, friends and family to ease life's burdens, improve situations and help.
I have always been disgusted by those who claim to perform casts, spells, whatever you wish to call it for outlandish fees, do no work for the client at all, or treat people like rubes for wanting some kind of assistance after everything else has failed. My prices are about 25% of my competition's. I set my fees this low because many of those who come to me have no employment. I have them read a description of my services and a disclaimer that there are no guarantees implied for something which cannot be measured. [continued below]....
So to be given a "learning experience" by the likes of this Boggan character really spat in my face. Promising payment upon completion of services was my first "red flag," but as he whined and sniveled that he had no money, had so many problems in life preventing him from having work and oh, there's a family curse and it causes so many problems, oh, and his father is dying of cancer, please pretty please help. Not the first time I've dealt with "curse removal" and the likes of his complaints but I kindly explained to him that no magic ethically practiced can cheat death. A fact of life is that it ends. I cannot save someone in Hospice care from dying and warned him that anyone who makes such an absurd claim is a thief. So he dropped that line and asked me to proceed with the other complaints. All in all, racking up an estimated $600 - $1800 worth of services - which I was willing to reduce to whatever he could pay. I personally delivered three custom made works, plus supplies and instructions specifically detailing their use. Boggan had already been advised that he would be recieving instructions on not only how to employ such items, but tips on how to manifest "that sort" of change in life by real, actual and tangible behavioural changes. Since he was apprised that there would be no "fairy godmother bibbidy bobbidy boo" nonsense but prescribed ritual from ancient practice, I was rather surprised to find a prompt e-mail that evening asking how a curse removal and gris gris bag would save his 83 year old father from cancer. This, after being told more than twice that I am not stronger than God, but if he wishes, here are some saints you can appeal to, here are some "healing" things you can try but their success rate would literally take a miracle, I will not take such a case.
Now this person is insulting, bad-mouthing and attempting to ruin my reputation as a "fraud." Boggan insists that my refused miracle of saving a dying geratric is "proof" that I am no better than Miss Cleo and her "psychic friends." The only fraud here is the person who literally stole from me and mocked me for needed payment.
There are legitimate ritual practitioners all throughout any community. We know them as priests, clergy, "witches," and all sorts of names. The one thing they have in common is an ability to appeal to the unknown to manifest change. No one has the right to go to a doctor and demand "just one little surgery to prove you're real." No one has the right to claim that because their lawyer couldn't get them off from a felony charge that lawyer is a fake.
Never again will I take a client without payment up front and signed acknowledgement of agreed upon services. No more sympathy. If they won't have compassion for my needs, I can't extend the same either.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/01/2012 06:55 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/william-boggan/spokane-washington-/william-boggan-bill-boggan-badmouths-on-internet-after-refusing-to-pay-for-services-spoka-963442. 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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