Carmel Joy Baird Edmonton scam psychic

Edmonton psychic medium called a scam by clients left waiting for readings, refunds; One of hundreds of clients wrote 

I booked a phone reading with Carmel Baird March 26, 2015, and paid $500 over the phone, received a reading date of July 13, 2016. I was not informed that refunds were not given until after I paid, and then received a copy of her business policies. Since that time my reading date has been continually moved / cancelled. I have made requests several times now for a refund, as Carmel has not upheld her guarantee of people receiving their reading within 2 years of the original date booked. I feel strongly that after almost 5 years of waiting I am entitled to a refund regardless of her business policies. Carmel is still to this day earning income, and working as a medium. Every week I receive numerous emails soliciting business for webinars ,events, card readings, ect. I feel her waiting list and number system is not a priority for her. I feel she should be focusing on honoring previous clients who have paid and have still not received the service agreed upon. This whole situation is beyond frustrating, I want a refund now. She offers nothing except excuses.

Carmel Joy Baird says she has made several changes to her business in an effort to catch up on appointments and ensure refunds are given. Some clients have been waiting for refunds for almost a year. (Carmel Joy Baird) a scam and con artists . Continue Reading →

Sylvia Browne fake psychic among others give a bad image to the true psychics

Over the last week, a passage from a book by self-proclaimed psychic Sylvia Browne has gone viral on social media because of its supposed prediction of the coronavirus.

“In around 2020, a severe pneumonia-like illness will spread throughout the globe, attacking the lungs and the bronchial tubes and resisting all known treatments,” reads the first part of the passage, posted to Twitter by celebrities including Kim Kardashian.

Now, it seems many people are giving credence to the existence of “psychics,” or at least one psychic , Browne  whose 2008 book, “End of Days,” has shot up toward the top of the best-sellers in the “Christian books and Bibles” category on Amazon , likely because of recent attention. Continue Reading →

ATLANTIS AND OTHER STRANGE SECRETS IN ARABIC

بدءت الحكاية قبل 360 عام قبل الميلاد عندما قام تلميذ سقراط اللامع ارستوكليس بن ارستون والمعرف باسم افلاطون بوصف مدينة اقرب ماتكون الى الخيال تتمتع بتقنية عالية وحكومة متطورة وشعب … Continue Reading →