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Complaint Review: Deborah Bailaque, Ariel F Bejarano - Internet

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  • Deborah Bailaque, Ariel F Bejarano lovespells.ws Internet U.S.A.

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Deborah Bailaque, also known as Ariel F Bejarano, sells love spells on the Internet - her address is www.lovespells.ws. I found her web site on a search for "love spells" and first contacted her in early June.

After sending her a detailed synopsis of my relationship break-up situation with my ex-boyfriend Eric, she recommended her most powerful and expensive spell: the Secret Magick Egyptian costing $495. She told me that it would make Eric return to me in less 14 days: before July and that he would contact me - call or write, wanting to see me and get back together with me, ie initiate the reuniting. Both these factors - ie the speed and the fact that Eric would make the first move, were very appealing to me. Deborah said that the spell used powerful energies from Mother Earth and that as she was PayPal verified, she could promise me a full refund within 3 months if it didn't work, but this was very rare.

She therefore enticed me to buy the spell. She also used tactics like saying that she & I had the same names so she sensed a link with me, she felt empathy for my situation and that Eric & I were soulmates and should be together, but Fate had gone wrong for us.

Shortly after I purchased the spell on June 9th, I explained to Deborah that I needed Eric to feel guilty about the way he had treated me and this would facilitate his return. I had already sent a wish list that I wanted the spell to achieve in line with the requirements of the spell and wanted to add this to the list. However, Deborah said that this would require a separate customized spell costing another $90. I was surprised and quite shocked by this sudden need for an extra purchase, and not too happy about it at all. I queried the reason, didn't see why it couldn't just be added to the original wish list, but Deborah remained rigid and firm that my extra request required an additional spell, so I purchased it as she advised.

By well into July (way past the 14-day deadline Deborah had given me), there was no sign of Eric and I could still not even get him to respond to my e-mails - the situation had not changed at all. In addition, Deborah was not responding to any of my e-mails about this. I therefore e-mailed her and told her that I wanted a refund. She begged me for a second chance, said that if I really wanted Eric back, then to give her another 14 - 28 days. She also promised me full e-mail support and counselling until his return. I had already contacted PayPal about putting in a claim before the 45-day limit and was concerned about letting this deadline pass, but reluctantly agreed to give Deborah another chance, especially as she promised faithfully to honor the promise on her web site and to give me a full refund after 3 months (on September 9th) if results had not appeared. She said her reason for the 3 month deadline was to give her the opportunity to try other spells to achieve the desired results.

Again no results appeared. My interest in witchcraft by this stage had got me worried that another girl had put a spell on Eric to break us up. I talked to Deborah about this and she suggested that I purchase yet another spell from her, this time a Protection Spell, which would neutralize any love rival spell and stop anything similar happening in the future. I was extremely reluctant to purchase a further spell from Deborah, especially as neither of the two I had purchased to date had yielded results, but again she talked me into it, sent me several persuasive reasons why "it was necessary". This spell cost $79.95.

I complied with all Deborah's requests throughout, doing all the various candle rituals she told me to, but results did not appear and she did not give me the full e-mail support that she promised to, constantly ignoring my e-mails. She was also rude to me - told me that I tired her and Eric too. When I questioned the lack of results, she continually threw back the poor and irrelevant excuse of my "lack of faith" as an excuse/reason for Eric not returning. She is the only spellcaster who uses this excuse for lack of results - other spellcasters have had customers who lacked faith, but still achieved results - it is not a reason. In any case, show me results and I'll show you faith, it is the other way around! It is also not true - if I hadn't had faith in Deborah, then I wouldn't have purchased spells from her.

Deborah consistently promised me a refund if results had still not appeared by September 9th. A few days prior to this date I e-mailed her and said I would be sending her a PayPal money request on September 9th if results had still not appeared. Consequently, when this date came around and results had not appeared, I e-mailed her a PayPal money request for the total of $664.95. In response she sent me an e-mail threatening to cast a curse against me and forward all my e-mails on to my ex-boyfriend Eric if I "continued to bother her", and told me to "go away and enjoy my life!"

It is quite clear that not only does she make fruitless promises to entice customers to purchase spells and is nothing but a scam and a fraudster, but when no results appear, she then threatens and blackmails her clients, turning her spell business against them, and abusing her power and her privileges, as well as their faith and trust. Her behaviour is both unethical and unprofessional, and she is clearly unfit to be a PayPal client, or to continue to operate on the Internet or in any other way. I have e-mail evidence of everything I have stated.

I have contacted PayPal, but they are unable to do anything to recoup my money as I have gone past their 45-day deadline, despite the fact that this is Deborah Bailaque's fault or mine for trusting and believing her, ie that she would give me a full refund if results did not appear within 3 months. I have also contacted the Better Business Bureau, but again they are unable to help me as I do not have Deborah's mailing address, which she clearly deliberately withholds from her web site due to this reason. The Police are also unable to take action in this instance, so ripoffreport.com, please help - tell the world what this woman and her fake love spells web site is truly about and save anyone else in my situation the same heartache and financial loss, thanks!

Debbie
NORWOOD, Massachusetts
U.S.A.

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#7 Consumer Suggestion

It is scary how so many people are scammers.

AUTHOR: Marieke - (Belgium)

POSTED: Monday, December 26, 2005
I'm sorry that you had this awful experience! I didn't know this site yet, but I was a bit doubtful about her too, so I didn't order with her, but I did with others who cheated me...

Deborah Bailaque: I started to question her when I saw her 2 pictures on her site. I looked it up on the internet and it seemed to be two different persons, but none of them were with the inscription of her name. I asked her whether it was her picture on her site and she said: yes, it is. So then I supposed that she was not thrustworthy enough.

It is scary how so many people are scammers. I am cheated on by Kyra Meadows. She sounded very honest and seemed to listen carefully, etc., etc., until she got her money. I got interested in her capacities because I read on a site of a "Megan Bell" how not to get scammed by (f.i. it's never right when they ask more money half the way of the spell, etc.). That was the reason I started trusting her. And then moneysite Calastrology, etc.

I'm so desperate, but I don't know who can help me. I am now having a spell done by someone who seems to be doing everything in a right way, but I haven't seen any results yet either. So I don't know...

In the report, you say "other spellcasters have had customers who lacked faith, but still achieved results", who were they? Do you actually know people with real results? Then may I take the liberty to ask you why you didn't use those spell casters?

Waiting to hear from you,
me...
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#6 Consumer Comment

How do you people survive?

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

POSTED: Sunday, September 18, 2005
Is there anything about a "love spell" that even makes sense? The real world isn't the show bewitched. There are no spells. How do you people survive every day. How do come to have the money to send these charlatans? Bring back dinosaurs.
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#5 Consumer Comment

Suggestions?

AUTHOR: Marieke - (Belgium)

POSTED: Monday, December 26, 2005
I'm sorry that you had this awful experience! I didn't know this site yet, but I was a bit doubtful about her too, so I didn't order with her, but I did with others who cheated me...

Deborah Bailaque: I started to question her when I saw her 2 pictures on her site. I looked it up on the internet and it seemed to be two different persons, but none of them were with the inscription of her name. I asked her whether it was her picture on her site and she said: yes, it is. So then I supposed that she was not thrustworthy enough.

It is scary how so many people are scammers. I am cheated on by Kyra Meadows. She sounded very honest and seemed to listen carefully, etc., etc., until she got her money. I got interested in her capacities because I read on a site of a "Megan Bell" how not to get scammed by (f.i. it's never right when they ask more money half the way of the spell, etc.). That was the reason I started trusting her. And then moneysite Calastrology, etc.

I'm so desperate, but I don't know who can help me. I am now having a spell done by someone who seems to be doing everything in a right way, but I haven't seen any results yet either. So I don't know...

In the report, you say "other spellcasters have had customers who lacked faith, but still achieved results", who were they? Do you actually know people with real results? Then may I take the liberty to ask you why you didn't use those spell casters?

Waiting to hear from you,
me...
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#4 Author of original report

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

POSTED: Monday, December 26, 2005
Hi Marieke

I was specifically referring to a British spellcaster called Selene who's retired from the business now. I bought tons of her spells, she was v. prolific verbally - ie sent me lengthy and v. convincing e-mails, assured me that faith had nothing to do with success and that she'd had disbelieving clients who'd achieved results in the past, but once again she achieved nothing for me.

I'm now using dragon spells (go to google and do a search under these 2 words) - Jim & Celeste Morgan, who are contactable via phone and offer a counselling service to go with their spells. They have an awesome web site and once again sound v. convincing. Jim claims he's had numerous experiences related to the existence of the occult, it's all on his web site, but I too am desperate and have not had any results, altho they have not actually started the spellcasting process for me yet, I'm still trying to save up the funds, the total cost of their spell package is $2000. The 1st spell was cast for me by Selene back in April - the 29th to be exact and I've spent $1000s to date, this is my last crack at it and then I'm gonna give up.

Selene told me that Deborah is possibly a man called Peter, by the way! He/she has also retired from the spellcasting business now. Watch out for the sites warning about the scammers, by the way - these are often scams manufactured by the scammers themselves trying to direct people towards their own sites!
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AUTHOR: Debbie - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, December 26, 2005
Hi Marieke

I was specifically referring to a British spellcaster called Selene who's retired from the business now. I bought tons of her spells, she was v. prolific verbally - ie sent me lengthy and v. convincing e-mails, assured me that faith had nothing to do with success and that she'd had disbelieving clients who'd achieved results in the past, but once again she achieved nothing for me.

I'm now using dragon spells (go to google and do a search under these 2 words) - Jim & Celeste Morgan, who are contactable via phone and offer a counselling service to go with their spells. They have an awesome web site and once again sound v. convincing. Jim claims he's had numerous experiences related to the existence of the occult, it's all on his web site, but I too am desperate and have not had any results, altho they have not actually started the spellcasting process for me yet, I'm still trying to save up the funds, the total cost of their spell package is $2000. The 1st spell was cast for me by Selene back in April - the 29th to be exact and I've spent $1000s to date, this is my last crack at it and then I'm gonna give up.

Selene told me that Deborah is possibly a man called Peter, by the way! He/she has also retired from the spellcasting business now. Watch out for the sites warning about the scammers, by the way - these are often scams manufactured by the scammers themselves trying to direct people towards their own sites!
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AUTHOR: Debbie - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, December 26, 2005
Hi Marieke

I was specifically referring to a British spellcaster called Selene who's retired from the business now. I bought tons of her spells, she was v. prolific verbally - ie sent me lengthy and v. convincing e-mails, assured me that faith had nothing to do with success and that she'd had disbelieving clients who'd achieved results in the past, but once again she achieved nothing for me.

I'm now using dragon spells (go to google and do a search under these 2 words) - Jim & Celeste Morgan, who are contactable via phone and offer a counselling service to go with their spells. They have an awesome web site and once again sound v. convincing. Jim claims he's had numerous experiences related to the existence of the occult, it's all on his web site, but I too am desperate and have not had any results, altho they have not actually started the spellcasting process for me yet, I'm still trying to save up the funds, the total cost of their spell package is $2000. The 1st spell was cast for me by Selene back in April - the 29th to be exact and I've spent $1000s to date, this is my last crack at it and then I'm gonna give up.

Selene told me that Deborah is possibly a man called Peter, by the way! He/she has also retired from the spellcasting business now. Watch out for the sites warning about the scammers, by the way - these are often scams manufactured by the scammers themselves trying to direct people towards their own sites!
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AUTHOR: Debbie - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, December 26, 2005
Hi Marieke

I was specifically referring to a British spellcaster called Selene who's retired from the business now. I bought tons of her spells, she was v. prolific verbally - ie sent me lengthy and v. convincing e-mails, assured me that faith had nothing to do with success and that she'd had disbelieving clients who'd achieved results in the past, but once again she achieved nothing for me.

I'm now using dragon spells (go to google and do a search under these 2 words) - Jim & Celeste Morgan, who are contactable via phone and offer a counselling service to go with their spells. They have an awesome web site and once again sound v. convincing. Jim claims he's had numerous experiences related to the existence of the occult, it's all on his web site, but I too am desperate and have not had any results, altho they have not actually started the spellcasting process for me yet, I'm still trying to save up the funds, the total cost of their spell package is $2000. The 1st spell was cast for me by Selene back in April - the 29th to be exact and I've spent $1000s to date, this is my last crack at it and then I'm gonna give up.

Selene told me that Deborah is possibly a man called Peter, by the way! He/she has also retired from the spellcasting business now. Watch out for the sites warning about the scammers, by the way - these are often scams manufactured by the scammers themselves trying to direct people towards their own sites!
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