And equally as important, how do you avoid the psychic services that are a total scam?
Let me give you a quick example of the sort of shenanigans I see in the online psychic space, all the time.
I just read a “review” of a popular psychic network that was written by an “author” who was clearly a made up, fabricated personality. She had a fake Twitter account, a fake Facebook page (complete with a bunch of fans) and was reviewing several of the popular psychic networks and giving them all raving reviews.
How do I know that she is NOT real?
Well, for one….her picture is the same as can be found on weight loss review sites, electronic review sites, and more….with the same bio, the same general information (hi, I’m a happy housewife who enjoys “X”) and all sorts of other simple giveways that I can instantly recognize as a publisher of information online myself.
Does that mean the networks she’s reviewing are equally as slimy?
Of course not – some she had listed on her page are good….and are readings I’ve personally gotten myself, and have enjoyed to boot.
But, it’s a shame that folks who really DO want to find a good network without the hype or bluster typically find a review or rating like that one that is totally made up for MARKETING purposes, and not for helping people passionate or curious about psychics find a good one.
Your best bet if you need to find a good psychic and don’t want to read a whole bunch of baseless marketing hype before you pick one?
Simply stick with the well known networks that stand behind thier readings 100% – it will save you TIME having to read trumped up reviews – and if you don’t get a reading that blows you away, if you choose the right networks……you won’t have to pay!
Sorry for the rant – I just get so fed up with the some of the nonsense that passes itself as “helpful info” online that I had to share..:-)