Here are some tips to help you on how to choose a genuine Spell Caster.
you need an experienced, genuine and trustworthy Spell Caster to Cast a
Spell for you, you should choose carefully, especially on the Internet.
For most people, identifying someone who you can trust can often be
Here are some tips that could help you avoid an expensive mistake and find the best Spell Caster.
How to Choose a Spell Caster Tip 1: Look for evidence of their expertise
Some so-called “spell casters” simply throw up a website, claim they are
expert “spell-casters”, and hope people will click on their buttons and
hand over their money.
But how do you know they are expert spell casters?
lawyers and other professionals hang framed copies of their
certificates and qualifications on their office walls. You can contact
their Professional body for confirmation of their qualifications and
Such things can't be relied on where Spell Casters are
concerned. There is no recognized certificated qualification, and you
should not rely on claims of diplomas, certificate or degrees in Spell
Casting - there is no such thing. You will have to look at other
Here's few things to look out for:
How to Choose a Spell Caster Tip 2: What’s on their website?
Look for a website that’s preferably long-standing, and contains pages demonstrating their breadth of knowledge of all things psychic, not just a vehicle for selling “spells”. A good information-based website with useful and often free information on subjects related to psychic and spell casting ability, demonstrates expertise on their subject matter.
A comprehensive, detailed, professional and informative website is a good clue as to their credentials. Look to see the range and breath of their expertise in Spells and other psychic, spiritual and paranormal subjects, on their website.
Pages that cover Psychic subjects such as the Tarot, Astrology, Crystals and Auras show a good knowledge of a wide range of subjects and can indicate how to choose a Spell Caster.
Also, check whether the web pages are well written and easy to understand. Some websites are written in another language and just Google translated. Others seem to packed with gobbledegook.
How to Choose a Spell Caster Tip 3: Is the Spell Caster a Real Person?
Can you see real pictures of the Spell Caster on the website and not just some generic young attractive model, or just art?
Are you dealing with a real person, someone who is not afraid to identify themselves and reveal things about themselves? Photographs can be misleading of course, and devious people can place any image as a representative of themselves. So ask yourself, is there a story with this person? Is there anything about them that you can see is real?
Can you watch videos of the Spell Caster and see them at work and hear their voice?
How to Choose a Spell Caster Tip 4: The Curse of the "Curse"
Be wary of some people who claim that you are cursed and can only be saved or protected by using their services - usually at great expense! Figures of thousands of dollars are not unheard of, and people are made to feel so fearful, they are willing to pay this.
The usual scam is to accept payment for a Spell Casting, then they contact you later stating that you are "cursed" and tell you you'll need to stump up more cash (often hundreds of dollars) to rid the curse and help the Spell manifest.
Any decent, genuine, professional Spell Caster will remove so-called curses for free. It's the Witches’ Creed.
I offer this Service FREE on my website, so there's no need to get pay out hundreds to anyone, to free you from a so-called "curse".
Reviews of psychic services can be unreliable. Both positive, and negative.
Many Psychics’ reviews are unduly biased and very negative and are often penned by jealous rival Psychics and Spell Casters. Also, many unscrupulous “spell casters” post or promote negative reviews to divert business to them, or their accomplices. A popular scam is to trash a popular and bone fide spell caster and state that they should use “so-and-so” spell caster instead. I know that I personally have been targetted by rivals. Recently, a spate of negative reviews were circulating, and it' s my belief that a "corporate" spell casting "service" was behind that and further ongoing attacks.
Also, some people leave negative reviews for spell casters after having a spell cast only very recently. This is because many people don’t understand that some spells don’t work overnight. If you receive a hairdryer that doesn’t work when you turn it on, then you are perfectly entitled to complain. But spells don’t work like hairdryers. It might take a bit of time for true and full manifestation.
Many people are uncomfortable leaving reviews for spell casting and other psychic services because they feel embarrassed about using those types of services, for whatever reason. This robs some spell caster of positive reviews.
Many sellers of products and services buy fake reviews or entice genuine buyers by offering discounts or free goods. So you can’t always trust ‘too good to be true’ positive reviews.
There are whole Facebook groups and forums dedicated to selling fake 5-star reviews. You need to take care with YouTube video reviews too.
Other forums and YouTube channels buy not only good reviews for themselves but also pay others to bad mouth their competition.
For these reasons it is important to consider other factors, not just reviews, as highlighted above.
How to Choose a Spell Caster Tip 6 "Money Back Guarantees"
Be wary of spell casters who offer full refunds if a spell fails to manifest. I have never heard of a spell caster who honours this promise. More often than not, they use this "offer" to get people to pay them money on what is a false promise.
How to Choose a Spell Caster Tip 7: Above all - Use Your Own Intuition
When deciding on the best ways of how to choose a Spell Caster you should trust your own intuition.
It can be difficult to figure out how to choose the a Spell caster but very often, your own gut feelings about someone or something will be enough. Using the tips above, if you still have feelings of unease about something or someone, trust those feelings and walk away.