Finding a Real Online SpellCaster and Avoiding Fraud.

I’ve seen many of these articles online.  Most I agree with but some I feel there are things I don’t agree with.  So I’ve decided to write my own. 

 I’m as most of you know a professional spellcaster with years of experience myself but I am also human. I have gotten overwhelmed with helping my clients and have had to turn to another spellcaster or even Reiki master for help.  Sometimes just to refresh my own energy or frequency even. I don’t feel I’ve ever been ripped off so I must do something right! This is how I personally pick out a spellcaster.

1. I don’t do websites and I don’t use people with Google ads. I go to places like ArtFire, where my own shop is,  or Bonanza or Fiverr, I refuse to go to Etsy as I’m still upset over their witch hunts and suspending great shops.

2. I take feedback as a over all picture but with a grain of salt. Even the best spellcaster will sometimes attract crapy sour negative clients that have watched way too much Charmed and think spells work over night and will leave bad feedback or they have had a love spell placed on a truly impossible target etc and take out their frustrations on a spellcasters feedback. Same with the review blogs and forums out there. Do Research but in the end go with your gut. Also as most casters will tell you the con artists sometimes buy from us just to purposely leave bad feedback if we are becoming a direct competitor to them.  So go with gut feedback or reviews can be faked both negative and postive. If they have 100 good feedbacks then suddenly a really nasty one you can bet that was fake !

3. If someone offers refunds or guarantees, I don’t buy it. I am a spellcaster so I know the expense of supplies and time, if they were used in the spell for real,  the spellcaster can’t afford to refund. That’s just common sense.  And there are no guarantees in spell casting, there just isn’t.  So those are my two signs that this person is probably better at marketing then spell casting.

4. Price,  too cheap,  it’s impossible a full spell is being done. Too expensive they are a con 90% of the time. For basic spell work of almost every kind you should be in atleast 20.00 to 75.oo max. Unless it’s Reiki or just a simple fixed candle service then it might be done for cheaper or someone is very new and trying to build a name like on fiverr. Which new people are not a bad thing.  I love finding me a new good caster for cheap, it’s what I really go for and has worked well for me.

Over all the best thing you can do is go with your gut. I saw it mentioned on one article that only fake spellcasters refuse to take phone calls.  Not true, I have young kids,  teens, a Husband and have enough issues just trying to take a local face to face client in privacy at my home,  let alone add in phone calls! Plus honestly I have a mild hearing problem that is really worse on cell phones. I have never heard well on cell phones, just haven’t.  I know it’s a pain to email a long story or question but I’d rather be able and read slowly and truly understand you then scream What? Over a mob of kids ! And I know alot of great spellcasters who happen to be Mothers. And everyone knows what young kids do when a mother touches a phone call.  It’s never pretty!

Use your gut, maybe save one email with your basic story to send to a few spellcasters to get a feel for them that way. But that’s another thing don’t judge a spellcaster completely by how much information they request or how long their response is. I have been casting spells for 20 years.  I know one thing for sure, the more detached to the situation the better results. Anyone who has ever done their own spell work,  You put that strong belief , intention, vision in while doing the spell,  then what’s the first thing your taught to do LET GO immediately. Allow the energy t0 be free,  don’t watch the pot boil, don’t count the days, Let Go , Detach and Allow. I don’t need that much information to cast a good spell,  in fact the more neutral and detached my ego is the better.  The mojo comes from the force inside me,  not my attachment to you or your situation. 

One more warning yes people have negative energy or gunk , yes sometimes you need a cleansing or road opener,  these should never ever ever cost more then basic spell work,  that 20.00 to 75.00 range.

Promise me to never ever spend more then 75.00 as of this year of 2016

Witches and casters have the right to raise prices as supply prices rise due to natural inflation of course. So we’re talking as of 2016 right now.

But just becareful of anyone that tells you,  you are cursed. I’ve never told a client that,  in fact I have actually spent free time telling clients they are not cursed. Just a small block or maybe mild depression and should see a doctor.

Or just surrounded by negative toxic people and need to kick a few to the curb!

So once again,  use your gut, ask questions, use feedback as bigger picture then a complete absolute picture,  and stick to group sales sites like ArtFire, Indie Made, Bonanza and Fivverr. To find the true gems in the rough. Watch out for guarantees,  can’t be done.  And question anyone that says your cursed and charges to remove it. 

Good luck everyone!

WWW.BROOMSTICKED.ARTFIRE.COM 

Leap Day Mojo, March Magick and a Warning of a Spell Caster Fraud.

So we’ll start with my drama with a fraudulent spell caster first. I do not know her real name all I know is she is on Artfire calling her shop MarissaBlondeyMagic. 

She stole and used 14 of my personal spell work photos and descriptions. I battled it out with her but the reason I am even giving this con any attention is, first off as a warning to people shopping for spell casting , if someone has to steal photos from other witches, there is a reason they are not showing their spell work in photos. They arnt actually doing it enough to have photos to show! 

So obvious sign of a scammer. I don’t take photos of the 2-3 spells I do almost nightly for people anymore , it just clogs up my crappy phone too bad and in the dark my camera sucks to be honest lol But when I’m doing my own personal work during the day or work for a drop in local I post those photos on my listings, Instagram, Facebook page etc. You can see how my altar has grown and changed over the years or when I do mini ones outside for special sabbaths or holidays etc.

This woman just straight stole my stuff and opened her own shop! I confronted her and finally got her to change my things but here is what I also want to share. The listings she had that weren’t stolen from me, we’re very familar to me, there’s a second spell caster she has stolen from, and I can’t put my finger on who it is. 

So if your a professional spell caster yourself you may want to go to Artfire and look her up, Marrisablondeymagick and see if she’s stealing from you. Everyone else beware and do not order from her! 

In other news, my group I made for suspended EBay and Etsy witches but open to all really , Mystic Market on Facebook is up to 130 members since opening on Jan 1st 2016! 

I’ve met some great psychic readers there, other spell casters and the Jewerly, and Chrystal shopping is amazing. Also hoodoo and voodoo and Wicca suppliers etc. 

On Leap day I spent the day riding my bike in the sun then came in and did some personal spell castings. I feel like it was a very fun and strong magickal day! 

Today I’ve been doing some drop in local clients work to start off March Magick!

I am running a St. Patrick’s day sale on luck and money spell combo at the shop so come visit for that! 

Broomsticked on Artfire
Have a great March and Ostara blogging to come soon!