Linda Salvin bad experience Beverly Hills, California
My experience goes back to 2006 when I heard Linda on a radio show. She seemed so kind and supportive to those callers, so I called. Big mistake. From the moment I called her office it went downhill. First her staff wouldn't give me a straight answer whether or not I could have an evening appointment. Then, several phone calls later, they said that Linda said that it was OK for a 6:00 pm app't. They charged my credit card right away and had the nerve to charge me an extra $50 for an after hours appt. I said I hadn't agreed to that and wanted to cancel. They told me I could not cancel and THEN decided to tell me that her hours were from 10 am to 5 pm. That's the first question I had asked them in the beginning, but they had refused to answer so they could get the extra $50 and then blame me for it. After a lot of haggling, they waived the $50.
At the reading, Linda was VERY rude, telling me that I had been rude to her staff. I told her what had happened, and she got quiet when she saw that I was onto her scam. Then she started complaining about her staff, that they're idiots and that she had fired one of them. Then she told me she was tired after doing 7 readings and would see what happens with my reading.
Her hour long reading was WORTHLESS. When I asked about my health, she told me to buy Seasilver from her, and when I asked about my job, she said to buy candles. Then I asked about my relationship with my boyfriend, and she said, It's your life, I can't tell you what to do!, like she was pissed off.
What kind of psychic is that? Why advertise herself as helping people and giving advice and then make that kind of statement? All she cared about was selling products. I spent $750 for disappointment and feeling used, plus I still can't believe the ugly way she was talking to me. A highly spiritual person would not act like that, nor would they only care about the dollar sign. She puts on a good face when on the air. I can't believe she's still in business.