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Fake Psychics .. How do you know?

Psychic scams deprive citizens of both money and emotional well-being. In these schemes, spiritual scammers with no psychic gifts set out to make a quick buck. They are good at telling people exactly what they want to hear. They promise to remove a bad luck curse, bring people great fortunes in their future, or even help them find their soulmate. People who buy into these scams are being taken on an emotional roller-coaster ride that continues to require more and more money to reach their desired outcome. Of course, they never do. If you’ve unwittingly participated in a scam, you are not alone. Psychics and spiritual mediums scam millions of people every year and can seriously affect the lives of Americans and their families.

This is terribly disturbing to me but it must be brought to light so people are not hurt or taken advantage of. Here are some tips to avoid getting scammed.

They Offer to Cast a Spell


There are many fake psychics who are notorious for tricking people into believing they have a dark spirit part of them or that someone put a hex on them. Most often they are part of a ring of psychics who answer to one main person in the group. They will often lie to you and say that your life will be cursed unless you give them money, jewelry, property, or other possessions to lift the curse. In some cases, they may even take your money and valuables in exchange for casting a spell on your enemies.

Remember, you cannot force anyone to change. If you’re looking to reconcile, understand it doesn’t happen at times. No spell can change that.

They have a lack of references/Credentials


You should always check for credentials before you make an appointment with a psychic. A reputable psychic will have a website with useful information filled out about the person's background, contact information, and services. You should always do your research, trust your intuition, and reach out to friends and family members for recommendations. Most of my clients are referrals and I’ve advertised my gifts and reputation through very established individuals who have not only tested me but checked my references. Working with various Police Departments nationwide has given me a bit of an edge. Sadly, there are no shortages of missing persons or cold cases. I freely give my time because I want to give back as I feel so blessed to what God has given me. The point is I have credential. Im never going to be perfect but I’m not fake or trying to line my pockets.


They push you to purchase items or keep you dependent on their readings

If you are visiting a psychic and they start trying to persuade you to purchase candles, crystals, or other items from them in the name of warding off curses and bad luck, run far away. A genuine psychic will not feel the need to sell you on these objects and you will not feel like you are being pushed around. You should never feel obligated in any way. A true intuitive will guide you, not sell to you.


I’m often asked; “When should I have another session with you”? My famous answer is - that’s up to you but don’t make yourself broke by getting multiple readings. Those of you that have read with me know that.

Be careful when you’re hurting


Whether you’re seeking to connect with a loved one who’s passed or you’re looking for guidance after a horrible divorce, pay attention. When we are hurting, we are vulnerable. Be weary of being taking advantage of when you’re feeling awful.

Shop around! Just like you connect with a doctor, certain people at work or even a therapist, the same applies to a reader. You’re privacy is valuable as is your heart. You have to feel a connection. I’ve been blessed to have clients for 24 years now. That speaks volumes and shows my age. {LOL}


Wishing you Joy,

Michelle 💕








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I'm so proud of who u are 💕

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Michelle Caporale
Michelle Caporale
Jul 02, 2021
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Thank you. We all know I’m not disingenuous. (Lol)

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Whinde
Whinde
Jul 02, 2021

🤔 This is a very interesting and insightful article

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Whinde
Whinde
Jul 02, 2021
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Yep this is a great reminder!! 💕🌺

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That's such helpful advice ! Years ago I was told to bring jewelry, my picture, that I had a curse, etc. Was in my 20s & felt like a fool. This Michelle is a great reminder - thank you & blessings. 😇❣🙏

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Michelle Caporale
Michelle Caporale
Jul 02, 2021
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Nope, they were full of bologna. I had a friend do that and she lost her jewelry. You’re welcome! Xo

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