Adrian Ross Duncan, a genuine astrologer associated with the fake astrology site Astrologyanswers.com, responded to my questions about his integrity--questions raised by dozens of my readers--in an email I copied onto this blog in February 2016. Since then he has allowed his name to be used by Astrologyanswers.com homepage as the "founder" of the site, which he is not--it is owned and run by New Peak Media, Inc.--and on fake, mass-produced free email horoscope "readings" from Astrologyanswers.com. He also appears in video promotions for the site. The homepage openly states that its readings are for entertainment only, not real.
In Duncan's own words:
Early last year,
AstrologyAnswers asked me if I would help them promote the reports. As I
believe in my reports, I am happy to promote them, which I have done with
videos. However, the emails used by AstrologyAnswers were absolutely awful. So
there is a stipulation in my contract that any mails using my name may be
edited by me. This process of editing lasted from May 2014 to December
2014, as their copywriters test the results of every edited mail. Unfortunately
my name has been associated with some crappy emails in the process, which is
regrettable. They keep writing new mails, so it is hard to keep track.
So don't take the name "Adrian Ross Duncan" seriously as a source of horoscopes, if you ever did. Especially free ones. Consumer complaints against the messages written under his name are piling up. His email defending and explaining himself I will leave on this blog as a historical record.