AshraSpells.comspells to obtain a job

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I contacted Ashra a month ago regarding casting a spell to help me get a job. Additionally, a friend contacted her at the same time regarding a love situation.

Ashra sent the same "generic boiler plate" email to her, and the same to me as well. She sent a note a 48-hours after l contacted her asking if everything was ok. Ashra is a scam artist; unfortunately, all she wants is "money". Ashra preys on innocent victims.

Once you purchase a spell, Ashra sends a link letting you know that you need to purchase another spell immediately to increase the energy. She sends a report of her analysis after the spell has been cast, and she'll inform you that things will change quickly. Meanwhile, she is encouraging you to purchase more spells quickly, and there's a note on the report where Ashra mentions " her words, I am off to clean off, I spent her a lot of time casting the energy using special herbs". I don't need to know the nuts and bolts, I am focused on seeing results.

Things to be aware of, anyone who claims to have the ability to change a person's destiny in less than two months, should not constantly remind you to read her reviews. Additionally, if you choose to join Ashra's community, she sends you guidelines on what to post. You cannot post any negative comments on her site.
All posts are censored by Ashra.

If Ashra was authentic, why is she worried about negative reviews? Having done thorough research on her background after l was blindsided, l found out that her real name is Emily J. Cohen from Colorado. She may be living in Australia now though; however, l received communication from her during business hours in the US. While this is not a good gauge to identify Ashra's residence, the tipping point was a week ago when l decided to purchase a psychic reading for $187.

After purchasing the reading, Ashra expects a comprehensive overview of why you want a reading. First of all, you consult a psychic to seek knowledge on your present and future journey.

Even though l decided to go through the process of providing Ashra my journey thus far, l was optimistic about the outcome. I received an email from Ashra a few hours later informing me that she is in demand. As such, there would be a two weeks waiting period for the reading.

I responded to Ashra's email immediately requesting a refund. Within 20 minutes after l sent my response, Ashra responded back with a report claiming it was her "in depth" psychic reading.

Basically, Ashra extracted information from my email to send back to me as her report. My questions were not answered; neither did she provide any timeline on any of my questions.

I am working with an Investigate Reporter to expose Ashra. While there are outstanding spell casters out there who can solve any conflicts, it is unfortunate that people who want quick resolutions may end up working with Ashra.

Even though I was naive, and was convinced that Ashra could help me land a job quickly, and
I spent a lot of money in less than one month, it is important to educate the public when you come across scam artists.

Consumers should be warned because there are people with issues consulting Ashra hoping to find solutions. She is not compassionate, l have read reports from five friends who purchased spells from Ashra.

The content on these reports was the same, the only difference was that Ashra changed the name to match each of the respective individual.

Beware of Ashra's introduction email - it is tongue-in-cheek. Her opening sentence starts with “Hi John Doe", are you okay? Did you get my first email, I am worried about you, I am convinced that I can solve your problem, get in touch with me quickly.

Please do not waste your time, effort, or money on this woman.

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