Thanks to consumer pressure, the eight biggest fake-psychic websites are losing money and so are changing their ways. In the past year they've begun protesting negative online reviews, improving customer service, updating their look, modifying their names and claims, and much more. Don't be fooled by the latest sophistications flaunted by "Norah," "Jenna," "Tupak," "Gabriella," "Zoradamus" and others. Fleecing the people with fake astrology and fake clairvoyance is still their business. http://sylviasky.hubpages.com/hub/Fake-Psychics-New-Ripoff-Strategies
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Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Saturday, July 7, 2012
He's young, handsome, and says he will tell you the truth whether you like it or not. He's also the newest online-psychic bot on the block and more sophisticated. Tupak claims Native American descent and predicts you'll win millions in lotteries and find true love if you stick with his costly services. What will you get from Tupak? See a review of Tupak, Visionary Shaman. (By the way, he's recently got a new name and new look; compare the "old" and "new" Tupaks here.)