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I used to visit this site all the time, and I liked the things it offered. Over time, it has required money for more and more things, and today was my final straw when I wasn't allowed to back out of a pay section for tarot readings, something that is tainted the second someone demands money to perform it (even though they use a very simple computer program and there are no people, on their end, involved after the initial development of the website. This site made me feel dirty because of it's obvious 'profit at the expense of those seeking guidance' approach. Yuck.
If you're there for the pure entertainment, then go for it... But if you're considering paying for a reading, you're probably better off throwing your money in a well...
This is the ugliest, busiest site on the web. I wanted to fly a unicorn into the side of a building after staying on it for less than a minute. The art director should be jailed for this.
I often wonder why it is some people trust in things that are not truthful. Mediums and psychics and those who deal with tarot cards do not fall into the realm of that which is 100% truthful sorry to say. Here is an example of the deception in tarot card readings. Here is a story from answers.yahoo.com
Author: raspberry beret
Topic: Psychic Tarot Reading Scam?
"Hey all. So being the sometimes gullible person I am, I decided to go get my tarot done one night and was amazed at the woman who I truly believed had a gift. She knew that my fiance was in the military, she knew my friend's name who was accompanying me, she knew that I had refused a cleansing from a previous psychic, and she knew the details of my love life. She predicted I'd get married soon, and have a baby, which I am nowhere ready for. She then said that I had a negative energy around me and will need cleansing asap....She told me the cleansing would cost my birth age multiplied by 69. I don't have money for this and told her this, and she said "Don't worry, we'll figure it out.",,,I believe that I shouldn't have to pay to be "cleansed."
This tarot card reading in the story was really intending to "cleanse" all the money away from this person. There is nothing 100% truthful in tarot cards and they are not to be trusted at all.
This is a great website, for amusement or for psychic advice. Always a pleasure to browse, and it's easy to get tons of free readings if you have the time to send eGreetings or whatever for karma coins, their preferred system of payment (cute system, by the way, and clever...). I've never experienced any problems with spam or advertisements from them (you can turn email offers off easily).
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