Sunday, September 20, 2015

Forced off the Net: "Norah" at

You reap what you sow: The fake psychic readings by "Norah" at, plus increasing unhappiness among customers unable to obtain refunds, forced the site off the Net. The shutoff occured suddenly and left customers hanging and googling until their eyes bled to hunt down "Norah's" new URL,, and try to find a way to request a refund. I'll save you the hunt: The phone number is  1-866-732-9787.

This is the second major fake Internet psychic advertiser, after Jenna, who's been forced to abandon a profitable longtime URL and get another because of bad customer reviews and notoriety. They're both owned by the same company in France.

Saturday, July 18, 2015

Maria Medium: Can She Contact the Other Side?

Several readers asked whether they could trust Maria Medium, or "Maria the Medium," at, so I requested her free three-card Tarot readings and am sharing the results, and outing her outrageous price of $79 for a seven-card Tarot reading. I don't know any real Tarot reader who charges that much. Click here for my findings about Maria Medium, who delivers a blend of astrology, lucky numbers, and very limited Tarot.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Horoscope Review: "Padre," Your Guardian Angel's Middleman

"Padre," a new online fortuneteller, says he has the power to talk personally with your guardian angel. He says your angel wants you to to listen to him and pay him $106. "Padre" is not a priest, just happens to look like one. Clever programming on this site dealt me a new guardian angel each time, despite my entering identical information. Full review is here.

Sunday, March 15, 2015 Just Say "Norah"

You'll see ads around for, and looking into this firm I found it's another of those "guy-based-in-France" spinoffs, his main mealticket being the notorious "Norah" fake astrologer of So don't be fooled. By the way, purchased reports from are final after 6 days. That's right, no refund after 6 days (far different from Norah's 6 months). Buyer beware. And golly, the English on the FAQ page is awful!

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Jenna Astrologer Changes Her URL from to

After thousands of customer complaints about her shabby "readings" and shabby customer service, Jenna the psychic astrologer at has changed her Web address to There is no change in the services offered, nor the fees: Just the site's owner trying to hide a well-earned negative reputation and hundreds of bitter customer reviews. Read the updated Jenna review here, and the comments from her former clients.

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Valentina Tarot: Veiled Threats and No Refunds

"Valentina Tarot" gives "free readings" that turn up the same cards for everybody, including a message in blurry blue type predicting that a scumbag lover will run away with your money. She'll clarify the message and avert the disaster if you send your money to her, through Paypal only. The terms: There are no refunds, ever. Here's the full review.