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Report: #212008

Complaint Review: Divinelovespells.com Lee Ann Fraud - Realvoodoo.org Josue J. Lenoir Scam - Los Angeles, New Jersey, Kista Sweden, Buenos Aires Argentin Internet

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  • Divinelovespells.com Lee Ann Fraud - Realvoodoo.org Josue J. Lenoir Scam www.divinelovespells.com Internet U.S.A.

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Today we have to warn the masses about this illegal online love spell casting scam ring operating from the US, Argentina and Sweden. For the last 6 months I have been working with more than 75 victims and we have done a lot of research. Finally we have collected enough evidence to pursue legal actions.

Please read this carefully... many of you have already reported several sister sites of this scam artist ring right here on the rip off report.

These are not authentic spell casters, these are rip offs, that operate in the dark without any licenses. They don't even pay their taxes and that's how we are on to them. We are in touch with the proper authorities in Argentina, the US, and in Sweden. It is a federal crime after all!

If you have used any of these services, please write your experience right here on the rip off report. Collect as much information as you can especially names that are being used to receive western union payments. On the bottom of this report you can find the real names and addresses of the crooks behind this illegal spell casting scam ring!

Remember spellsforum.org?
It's just about to happen again... That's why we need to warn the masses before any one falls victim to these rip offs again.

Their websites are:

http://www.theastrologyweb.com - Fraudulent Review Site

www.divinelovespells.com
Fake name: Lee Ann = FRAUD
Spells do not work and does not honor her money back guarantee.

www.realvoodoo.org
Fake name: JOSUE J. LENOIR = FRAUD
The picture was stolen from a church website: http://www.traditioninaction.org/RevolutionPhotos/A001rc.htm
These crooks will stop at nothing to make a buck. Check it out for yourself.

www.venuslovespells.com
Fake name: High-Priestess Samantha = Fraud

www.revenge-spells.com/
Fake name: Luther Joseph Lafortune - Fraud
http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ripoff179398.htm

www.angellovespells.com - Fraud

www.psychicdena.com/
Fake name: Dena = Fraud

www.weightlossspells.net - Pictures stolen from trimspa and ediets
FRAUD

www.magick-love-spells.com/ - Content of this book has been stolen from legitimate businesses and websites. Pending copyright infringement law suit.
Fraud

www.nadirastrologer.com
Fraud

www.psychichelp.net/
This is the same site as the former www.ancient-egypian-magick.com site

www.zodiac-sign.biz
Fake name: Donald Yung = Fraud

www.theastrologyweb.com
Advertising Platform of this crooks

www.hollywoodmagick.com - Fraud
All pictures are stolen from Entertainment Weekly Magazine

www.cincinnatipsychics.com - Fraud
Advertising Platform of this crooks

www.angelblueessential.com
FRAUD Advertising Platform

www.spellsforums.org
http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ripoff192652.htm
http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ripoff178188.htm

www.ahintofseduction.com - Fraud

www.witchcraftexposed.com - Fraud

www.ancient-egypian-magick.com - Fraud

www.astralreadings.com - Fraud

www.badluckreversinspells.com - Fraud

www.gay-lovespells.com - Fraud

www.gaylove-spells.com - Fraud

www.hollywoodmagick.com - Fraud

www.magickwithin.com - Fraud

www.mysticalreading.com - Fraud

www.online-confession.com - Fraud

www.smspells.com - Fraud

www.smsspells.com - Fraud

www.mmspells.com - Fraud

www.mmsspells.com - Fraud

www.worldspells.com - Fraud

www.magickcircle.org - Fraud

www.fortunespells.com - Fraud

www.lovespellslinks.com - Fraud

www.spellslinks.com - Fraud

www.spellsforum.com - Fraud

www.spellsforum.biz - Fraud

www.spellsforum.info - Fraud

The followings are the real names and addresses of these scam artists who have been ripping off people world wide:

Jens Johansson
Borgtan 36
164 75 Kista
Sweden
He is 29 years old, unmarried, living with his mother. He has registered
debts, but not very much.

Jens Johansson
Torvmossegr 1 C
187 42 T
Sweden
He is 33 years old, married and has 2 children born 2001 and 2003. No debts


Osvaldo Jorge Marchioni
Alsina 372 Casa 6
San Isidro, Buenos Aires 1624
Argentina
Phone: 45517615


Maria Magdalena Nirenstein
Alsina 372 Casa 6
San Isidro, Buenos Aires 1624
Argentina
Phone: 45517615


REMEMBER: Never ever hire anyone without an actual address. Any website that does not have an address is a RED FLAG! Stay away!

WESTERN UNION: Anyone that asks you to send Western Union Payments is a Scam Artist! PERIOD!

THESE ARE REAL CROOKS - BE VERY CAREFUL!

Gaby
Los angeles, California
U.S.A.

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#9 Consumer Comment

You only want to ruin people's reputation!

AUTHOR: Susanh2008 - (United Kingdom)

POSTED: Friday, November 21, 2008
It's funny how the persons behind this malicious posts only put attention in destroy other's work instead of focusing in become better...

I am a client of this site listed here, and let me tell you, I have bought in several sites and I have had results with some and with some others, no. But I didn't focus on blaming them...

I mean, if you paid for something and it didn't work, then you have to consider that that help might not be good enough instead of keep paying... oh, and by the way, I bought from her some time ago and if there is something that she never did was trying to charge me more (or stop replying). On the contrary, she had to do more work than the planned and she never accepted more money, so! That's why it's clearly not a truthful comment...

In general I do not stand by any cause, by this lady helped me with a particular problem and it just doesn't seem fair for her and for all the people she helped...

People that read this kind of sites should be aware that anyone is free to write a lot of things though the information might not be real.

Well, that's what I think.

bye
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#8 Consumer Comment

Lee Ann is a scam, rip off and her spells don't work. BEWARE PEOPLE :-( Lee Ann's a thief and doesn't care.

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

POSTED: Friday, October 24, 2008
www.divinelovespells.com stole from me $1300.00 over 11 month while I waited for her love spells to work, they never did. She kept suggesting new spells that would do the trick, she lied constantly and told me all I wanted to hear, that is her way of getting you to pay more. My situation got worse. She is definitely a scam. Do not use Lee Ann.
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#7 Consumer Comment

THERE IS NO "GABY", ONLY AISHA HAADI

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

POSTED: Monday, May 21, 2007
This report is posted By Aisha Haadi from the site http://www.egyptian-witchcraft.com

Her only goal is to make people buy from her. She don't care about you or your problems, only about your money!

She will seem nice til you paid, Then she will threaten you that if you contact her your spell will fail (the most stupid thing I have ever heard of).

She talks bad about every good spell caster on the web and she has nothing to back it up with. Is a site fraud or scam because someone post it here? I will post about a site that IS A SCAM. Look below:

http://www.egyptian-witchcraft.com - PROFESSIONAL SCAMMER

Read more about her in my blog:
http://aishalovespellsscam.blogspot.com/

"Gaby" aka Aisha says :
"REMEMBER: Never ever hire anyone without an actual address. Any website that does not have an address is a RED FLAG! Stay away!"

I would say: Don't think all is ok just because there is a "real" address. Aisha scams people even though she has a "real" address. As this is the internet-age. There is no need of a real address. Look at the owner of this site. He doesn't have a real address!

So To Aisha: Your years of scamming people is over!

To people buying from her: I am sorry for you and the money you will lose...

To anyone believing in Aisha's posts (even those where she uses aliases such as "Gaby" and "trixie" etc), You really deserve being scammed by Aisha Haadi!

And to people buying spells, It's a big difference between offering western union or demanding it. Many offer western union as an option if you cannot pay with paypal or credit card.

And to those who post here (the aliases that isn't Aishas...). Don't become like her. Imagine Aisha starting to post your name on the internet and spreading the info about your case. Well Aisha Haadi posts names of people here and name of sites... And her "proof" is obly her own comments...

Imagine I started a car brand and then came here saying "all other carmaker are bad scammers who don't care if people die in their car" (or something like that)... Does that mke my car good and theirs bad? Maybe fact is needed to back up fraud claims!

Imagine sending people to death sentence without a fair trial... Just execute them because some people claim they are bad... Our world and society would perrish very fast...

So beware of Aisha Haadi and her lies as she will only want to steal your money, step on your heart and stop your dreams from comming true!

Kind regards,
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#6 Consumer Comment

I'm not kidding about this

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

POSTED: Sunday, September 09, 2007
I was browsing for spells and noticed something disturbing in the google ads that appeared. The headline for the devinelovespells.com ad says "You are Pathetic." I'm dead serious. I wish I had a screen shot or something. Browse through any free spell site(of the DIY variety) and you'll probably come across it. How did they think that would go unnoticed? Well that headline certainly told me all I needed to know about that site.
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#5 Consumer Comment

goldman-y.com

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

POSTED: Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Hi,

Just read this and noticed that 4 out of the 5 "top" spellcasters on goldman-y.com are listed here at fraud. Makes me wonder if goldman-y.com is a fraud too.Please check it out! It may help more people from getting scammed!
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#4 Consumer Comment

update

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

POSTED: Tuesday, November 06, 2007
In regards to my previous post, I've just come across another site with the same ad I mentioned before(including the same offensive heading). It's called circleofnemue.com. Whether this site is affiliated with divinelovespells or not, I don't know. It just seemed worth mentioning.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Another fraud site ?

AUTHOR: Chong - (Malaysia)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 02, 2007
This may be another fake site in disguise,
advertising for the above scammers. I was
banned when I posted links to your website
trying to warn the users on the forum about
potential scam spellcasters they had polled
amongst the "best".

psyforums.com
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#2 Consumer Comment

Another fraud site ?

AUTHOR: Chong - (Malaysia)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 02, 2007
This may be another fake site in disguise,
advertising for the above scammers. I was
banned when I posted links to your website
trying to warn the users on the forum about
potential scam spellcasters they had polled
amongst the "best".

psyforums.com
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#1 Consumer Comment

Another fraud site ?

AUTHOR: Chong - (Malaysia)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 02, 2007
This may be another fake site in disguise,
advertising for the above scammers. I was
banned when I posted links to your website
trying to warn the users on the forum about
potential scam spellcasters they had polled
amongst the "best".

psyforums.com
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