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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved California Psychics — scam
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
Grief, depression and a profound sense of loss got the better of my logic about 1.5 yrs ago. I started calling CP when by 10+ yr relationship ended. For over a year and a half I was told everything from "he's coming back" to "he's gone for good". The conflicting predictions kept me searching for a general consensus. Then, when I finally pulled my head out of my ### and my bank statement out of my drawer, reality hit me. I had spent thousands of dollars chasing a ghost. I talked to Anasela, Red, Dave, Jean, and many other highly regarded (if you believe their highly edited client comments). When I finally started questioning holding onto hope for so long, I was told that " I was not ready to receive the message", and that I was causing the delay in my ex coming back bc I was being negative..and the funniest (tragically funny) was Rogers telling me that if his predictions did not come true, then I should never call him again. Well, duh. Many of the CP readers are obviously cold reading and several of them were just laughably bad. I had one tell me that she had woken up at 3am the morning prior to my reading to mediate on my questions - really? You expect me to believe that c***? How did I allow myself to become to gullible? I am a left brain driven, educated professional, talking to a phone psychic line!! Grief and depression do not discriminate and most of the readers at CP have little training with which to offer even the slightest amount of comfort. Only 2 of them said things that made me think that perhaps there might be a shred of truth to what they saw: Paige: even if her predictions do not come true, she has a wonderful demeanor, soft spoken and reassuring. Nina: same but with a keener insight into human nature. The worst? All of the ones who dodged my direct questions, or told me it was my fault that things were not manifesting the way they predicted. You know what - they were right. It was my fault that I spent 1+ years of my life hoping against hope. Never again. Entertainment purposed only? Well maybe for them! If you call dragging someone along for over a year, with false prediction, after false prediction. I'm actually thinking about applying to be a reader - no skills, a "true" empath. At least I know I would be able to provide guidance, comfort and care to those in need. I am fortunate to have the resources to have allowed me to play this out for what it really was: a senseless, expensive and potentially detrimental experience. But what about those who are actually relying on all of the false predictions? All they end up with is a lot of cc debt. Shame on you CP - for preying on doubt, fear, hopelessness of the human condition.