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Complaint Review: Psychic christopher golden - Internet

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Psychic christopher golden Beverly Hills Psychic, Psychic 90210, Andrew Goldman, Andrew sexton Psychic christopher golden is not a real psychic Beverly Hills Internet

*Consumer Comment: These are all written by the Same Person

*Consumer Comment: Everything in this report is WRONG

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 I lost $5000 bucks on this gypsy and didn't get my ex back!!Firstly I would like to give my experience with this so called “psychic” and my list of conclusions; - He gives a generic “consultation” letter with no specific details relevant to you and he has been found out that he sends the same letter to multiple catfishes. This guy calls them “boiler plate templates” but if you are psychic you would include specific details. Also why give out free copy + paste letters if you aren’t baiting people to lure them into paying you thousands of dollars? - He sends you an upfront payment of $400 to begin the “energy work” to get your ex back, then $600 for opening the heart, then a week or so later he will ask for another $1000 bucks or so. As time goes on he asks for more and more money (donations as he calls them but they are invoices) he will tell you the heart chakra is opening too slow or there is a karmic block that he needs to push through then that is followed by more invoices for thousands of dollars. This guy cleverly draws out this process over a few months because he knows after 90 days you can’t get your money back from the bank. And paypal disputes can only be charge backed within 180 days and in the meantime he will tell you, you are so close to a break-through and that you are so close to being reunited with your ex not give up. You must “stay the course” this needs more work so take care of that invoice asap so I can get started on the work. By the time you figure out this dude isn’t legit its too late to get you’re money back. If you ask for a refund he will start talking lawyers and legal action and will ask you to write him an email stating you won’t take legal action against him or ever ask for a refund. - He will get all defensive and blame you when you ask why has there been no progress; he will say things like “you didn’t follow my instructions” or “you are fixating and being obsessed with you’re ex” or “We are almost there, stay the course”. - The guy isn’t married or in a relationship which is weird- if you are a soul mate psychic shouldn’t you be in a soul mate relationship? Its like getting marriage advice off your single friend so how he thinks he can reunite marriages or relationships and isn’t even in a relationship is very weird- this guy must bomb with women. - He claims he is a top 100 psychic and celebrity psychic but no famous person or website has actually mentioned him. He claims he was featured in the Wall Street Journal however there is no such article about him. No celebrity has mentioned him and other well known psychic’s have never heard of him. If he were famous he would be known like the Psychic Twins or John Holland. - I contacted thumbtack and asked if a person could write their own reviews and they said YES, there is no way of knowing if a person’s reviews were legit unless they were a thumbtack customer! They have since then removed all non-verified reviews from their websites down to 10! This guy has a bunch of bad reviews on YELP too that all read the same bad experience with him- he tells them he can get their ex back, they pay a bunch of money and he disappears. - This dude is not a registered or tested psychic with any accredited association. - He hides his real name and face because if people approached him for psychic insight he wouldn’t be able to get anything because the guy isn’t psychic full stop. - All his bad reviews read the same about charging thousands and not delivering and then disappear. - He charges heaps of money counting on the fact that if you think something is expensive it must be good and worth it. - He talks about psychic scams and love spells on his site to make you think he isn’t a scam-its called hiding in plain site, after all why would a scam artist talk about psychic scams if they are one? - He only offers refunds after the first invoice only within 14 days which is not enough time to figure out you are being swindled. - Not one celebrity has come out and said they used him. - CG claims his bad reviews are competition- ive contacted this psychic and she told me the truth, she asked for a refund and he bullied her and CG says she is extorting money from him. Asking for a refund and extortion isn’t the same thing. Also he picked someone off the net in the furthermost part of the world in Australia off linkIn is very suspicious. I got a reading off her and everything she predicted came true unlike what psychic CG said- he never gives you predictions or when he does they are wrong. I also looked into her and she doesn’t advertise or have bad reviews so how can she be competition if she doesn’t advertise? There are literally hundreds of psychics out there and he picked one that doesn’t advertise suing a silly story that’s sounds like something from the bold and beautiful- seriously?! - Anything written about him on the web is posted by private people and not known publications or by any real journalists. I have information that there were 10 former clients that weren’t reunited with their ex’s and there are probably more. If you get sucked into this guys “enlightenment speech” don’t let it go further than 90 days or you wont be able to get a refund after that. Looking on the net there are hundreds of real psychic healers that can help you for a fraction of the cost, you do not need to waste your hard earned money unless your happy to throw thousands of dollars at this guy so he can sustain his Beverly Hills lifestyle and never see it again go ahead but he will leave a bitter taste in your mouth guaranteed.

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#2 Consumer Comment

These are all written by the Same Person

AUTHOR: Jessica - (USA)

POSTED: Wednesday, January 20, 2016

It's almost funny. Each one pretends to have a different story, but it's the same story over and over again. Nothing I received from Chris looks like anything posted here. And he has a website that directs you to things like Karma Work and Telepathic Work. It explains what it is and what the prices are.

I agree with everything that was said in the other rebuttal that points to his legitimacy. And I don't care if he has celebrities for clients or not. He has never said he did. It's not part of his marketing materials or mentioned anywhere on his website or in any emails I received from him.

Someone out there is really obsessed. This is just crazy.

 

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Everything in this report is WRONG

AUTHOR: Crystal - (USA)

POSTED: Tuesday, January 19, 2016

The psychic who is hyped up so much at the end of this report was a former protege of Chris. I know this and I know Chris.

The statement that he is not listed in any book or directory is wrong.  He is listed in "The Top 100 Psychics" and that book can be found by anyone, on Amazon. I have the book and Chris is most definately listed in there.

All of the Yahoo News items can be found using the WayBack Machine website.

The 2 articles in the Wall Street Journal can be found by contacting the Wall Street Journal. Simply ask them to confirm the following 2 articles that he posts on his website:

http://www.psychic90210.com/inthenewsmedia/wallstreetjournal1.html

http://www.psychic90210.com/inthenewsmedia/wallstreetjournal2.html

The statement that he is not mentioned by any major publications can also be disproved by reading the article about him in The Huffington Post, found here:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paulette-cooper/psychic-of-the-week-chris_b_5232809.html

The statement that he is hiding prices up his sleeve is untrue as he lists his services and the prices here:

http://www.EnergyWork.Solutions

I think this whole thing was most likely put up by the same competitor psychic who wants that spot on Google for Beverly Hills Psychic. He has been attacked by this person over and over.

Chris took down his Thumbtack listing because they started allowing non-clients to post reviews and she was posting nasty lies. He asked Thumbtack to make her prove she was a former client and they would not. So he took his listing down. However, in 2014 Thumbtack voted him the #1 Psychic in Beverly Hills.

There is more, but this is probably just another attack from the same person. It certainly reads that way. It makes the same points and I have just disproved the accusations about his legitimacy.  Also notice how the competitor psychic gets promoted at the end.

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