Saturday, July 30, 2016

Beware of AstroMary and True Tarot

"Mary" is the new "Jenna" at The-Astrology.com. You can also buy AstroMary's incorrect readings and advice at Astromary.com. She's already got several consumer complaints. Another online reader to avoid is TrueTarot.com, who promised to send a reading within 24 hours but sent only an instant email begging for "donations" through PayPal, $3 here, $8 there. . .and if you don't donate, "she" sends the free reading a week later.

TrueTarot indicates a new trend in psychic ripoffs: calling payments "Donations" and having "Donation" buttons for payment. TrueTarot wants a "donation" of $39 for three months or $59 for six months of guidance. Is it a donation if they tell you what to pay? The advantage to them is that money you technically "donate" is not refundable.

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