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7 Witches of the Coven

Posted: 2012-03-01 by    Etre Chef

Spell Work that Does not Work

Complaint Rating:  64 % with 14 votes
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7 Witches of the Coven
Virginia
United States
Around my birthday in Nov. 2011 I was desperate because nothing was working in my life despite my efforts for work, relationships, housing, etc. I received an unsolicited email from J. Roslyn Antle stating that they do spell work to bring luck, love and remove negative barriers from your life. Since I was feeling so depressed I used my debit card and sent them $20.00. I am a senior trying to survive on social security and was disgusted that I could not even find any job although I am a professional. They kept asking me to send more money. I told them I could not afford to do so and wanted my money back after 2 months of no results. They explained to me that they could not do so because of the cost of materials. I then asked them what kind of materials they were referring to but they told me they could not reveal that to me. All I want is my money back that could pay a bill. I cannot believe that these people have been in business for so long defrauding people and nobody has bothered to close them down so they will not continue to give people false hopes. I am trying to see if my bank will get back my money but to date I have had no success there either. I am devastated and feel so stupid that I would fall for such a scheme. Never do anything foolish in a weak moment because you will live to regret it.
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 6th of Oct, 2012 by   Dmana 0 Votes
First of all, don't judge what you don't understand. Spells is very real and I have experienced them before. It wasn't as I thought as expected, but it did worked as it took time to manifest. And as for 7witchescoven, I don't know why people would say it's all scam when in fact most spells worked for them. You need to think again. Spells is very real.
 28th of Dec, 2012 by   goddess 70 0 Votes
Perhaps your lying and negativity coupled with your "victim role" mentality causes your grief? You could not possibly have "just happened" to get an unsolicited email from them. how did they get your email? you HAD to have visited the site. Liars create bad karma for themselves. be truthful and stop playing victim
 25th of Mar, 2013 by   Glassman17 0 Votes
You are right senior person (not sure what your name is) and for the comments above, I mean (the people from the 7witches coven) why don't you shut up and get a real job instead of pulling out your fake magic shit and making people believe they are getting something when they arnt, spells are real but not the way you people use them, and also I should inform as many people as I can when I say, "when you look at a spell casters site and you see something in the words of 100% satisfaction, or 30 money back guarantee, automatically it's a scam". How? You say, a spell is very time consuming, and also no one, and I mean NO ONE, can tell you that there spell will be 100% successful, that's already a red flag. no matter how much they charge, even if it's a large amount (to make you think it's definitely gonna work) don't give them anything, also with the 30 day money back gurantee, ones not going to spend all that time preparing the supplies setting it up (which takes a long time) just so that if it happens to fail you can get your money back. No they don't do that, 30 money back is fake, that's the bait and they are waiting for you to take it. I hope this helps, and for those people of the (7 witches coven) GTFO THE INTERNET WITH YOUR BULLSHIT SITE!
 10th of Nov, 2013 by   7 witches of virginia 0 Votes
I have to agree, wake up people that are desperate for some help in their lives, no matter what the situation may be, we all fall prey to some idea when we are desperate, I myself fell in with the 7 witches over a year ago, I was even referred to an accomplice of theirs by the name of Joshua Grey, he was even more expensive than they were and I was advised that it could take up to a year for the spell or curse or hex or whatever they call it, well I am well past the year with both the 7 witches and Joshua Grey and I will tell you all, not ONE single thing has happened regarding the spell I asked for, I hadn't lied which was mentioned here already in someones posts, in fact if anything and this is fact, the situation I asked about turned out one hell of a lot better for the person involved here than I got out of anything to do with this spell. They say GUARANTEED!!! YES they do...and guess what? WRONG!!! I paid for the same spell done 3 different ways and not ONE thing they say is guaranteed came about, Of course, I got word back that maybe whatever I had asked for wasn't answered because it wasn't clear enough, it was, they are all frauds!
 3rd of May, 2014 by   upset customer trk 0 Votes
I agree with you I too felled for their bull crap they told me 2 weeks to 2 months and nothing happened they keep telling me to be positive and patient how long is patient when you spent your hard earned money they are scam artist please do not use them.

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