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Jenna the Astrologer Aboutastro

Posted: 2011-10-30 by    successones

Aboutastro.com Jenna the Astrologer

Complaint Rating:  50 % with 4 votes
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Jenna of Aboutastro
United States
Another obvious scam preying on virtually everybody. Jenna the Astrologer claims she is clairvoyant and will see "great things" in your future, however all she does is sent out a group of pre-scripted emails and decides to charge you per month for it.


Aside from the obvious truth about astrology being both real and used to commit fraud, when you first read up on this lady's business it should be fairly obvious what's going on. Think about this.

Does any reputable psychic or "online helper" go out of their way to contact you and ask for $24 a month?

Nope. Aboutastro is either not confident in their skills at all, or a total scam artist. One or the other. Actual spiritual guides or any of the above do not ever contact you via email asking to guide you towards happiness and riches. Let me make this clear, however.

Actual experts do not ever promise the earth and the moon for a ridiculously low price. CONSULTATIONS by therapists or legitimate psychics are nearly always free. Any advanced consultation will also be at least $160 or more - because that is the worth of their work. They are there to assist you and will NEVER charge $50 or less for an advanced session. Remember, all the emails that get sent offering such services for next to nothing are total scams. Whatever are they doing making these promises?

The very obvious answer is these people have no expertise at all, and are out to steal and commit fraud to separate you from your money & your health. Do not fall victim to these charlatans. Please report them immediately to the IC3 at IC3.gov, block their address and do not allow them to contact you. Jenna/Astrologer and their companies are criminal frauds.
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 15th of Nov, 2011 by   Zacks Nigeria 0 Votes
Jenna nearly collect 45$ from me but thank you for saving me.

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