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Offline WinterElf

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Re: Be cautious
« Reply #45 on: August 16, 2019, 10:00:32 AM »
Be careful. They read this forum and i was wondering why one reader i had no issue with blocked me on keen.  I always left her really good reviews but did not call too much.  Suddenly im blocked on both her accounts.  Ugh... It's so disgusting how sneaky some of them can be. And don't listen to most of them seriously.  A really popular one made negative predictions about my POI and this B gonna tell me to leave someone behind because of her dumbass fcking cards .  i know many completly believe these psychics but more of them are getting bold and telling people to make huge life decisions with so much confidence.  I saw a post on here not too long ago about a woman almost losing her bf because of a psychic telling her negative stuff that wasn't true in the end.

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Re: Be cautious
« Reply #46 on: August 16, 2019, 12:07:44 PM »
Be careful. They read this forum and i was wondering why one reader i had no issue with blocked me on keen.  I always left her really good reviews but did not call too much.  Suddenly im blocked on both her accounts.  Ugh... It's so disgusting how sneaky some of them can be. And don't listen to most of them seriously.  A really popular one made negative predictions about my POI and this B gonna tell me to leave someone behind because of her dumbass fcking cards .  i know many completly believe these psychics but more of them are getting bold and telling people to make huge life decisions with so much confidence.  I saw a post on here not too long ago about a woman almost losing her bf because of a psychic telling her negative stuff that wasn't true in the end.

That's the problem. They are okay to use free will and "they're not God" for your predictions, but they make quite bold and sometimes out there validations for the now which could be very untrue. For example a reader told me that someone wasn't in contact with me because he kissed a girl on a night out and he was too ashamed to admit it incase I never forgave him and left him? Luckily I just knew deep down that this was a bit ridiculous, I knew it was off and there were other reasons behind it. If I messaged him about this I could have looked completely crazy and I think readers need to be careful before giving such delicate info. It can ruin innocent people.

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Re: Be cautious
« Reply #47 on: August 16, 2019, 02:51:17 PM »
Some of them become so prideful and arrogant they really believe they are right and will be proven right, no matter what the client says. They literally shut out all possibility that they could be mistaken. The worst thing is when a reader is ego driven, even if they are gifted, they get major blind spots about their abilities and what they can or can't do.

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Re: Be cautious
« Reply #48 on: August 16, 2019, 03:57:10 PM »
They use "it's for entertainment only" to put the blame on you but the truth is 99.9999% of the people do not call for entertainment.

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Re: Be cautious
« Reply #49 on: August 16, 2019, 05:25:37 PM »
Some of them become so prideful and arrogant they really believe they are right and will be proven right, no matter what the client says. They literally shut out all possibility that they could be mistaken. The worst thing is when a reader is ego driven, even if they are gifted, they get major blind spots about their abilities and what they can or can't do.

That's my experience, too. I don't think I've ever met a reader who admitted that they got things wrong. They always blame timing, free will or they say I'm lying or don't know about something or whatever other reason. Some wouldn't let it go when I say nope, something doesn't connect with me. For example, same guy - one asked me if I were married or had a baby with him. I didn't. So then said he has a secret family and married elsewhere that I don't know about. That he was a con artist and it got really over the top to the point where I just hang up as it was like a film script.

I think the problem is, it's supposed to be entertainment purposes and people don't call up for entertainment often times, but the readers need to be careful and stick to those guidelines when handing out info. They make it seem so certain, the amount of times I've actually been promised and sworn he would be back, or he loves me or he has a secret family and wife. They say things like they'll quit their job and being a reader if they're wrong and because you're vulnerable you fall for it at the time and believe it all.

Readers very often make what they are saying gospel and if they said "he might still have feelings for you but I'm not God and I can't tell you for certain, you need to work out for yourself and add up your situation as this is for entertainment", people may begin to get dissatisfied and maybe not get so addicted as they would tire of hearing that. It's because readers string them along (sometimes unmeaningfully) that something will happen that they wait on it or timescales extend and they have to call up the reader for what's going on now kinda things.

I think it's very dangerous for a reader to say someone is cheating or whatever else along those lines because lots have been found to get even the present very wrong, they couldn't have gotten the present more opposite for me.

I find it funny how they say he may contact but free will he might change his mind, but then they never say they don't see him contacting but in his free will he may change his mind later down the line.

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Re: Be cautious
« Reply #50 on: August 17, 2019, 01:56:05 AM »
Some of them become so prideful and arrogant they really believe they are right and will be proven right, no matter what the client says. They literally shut out all possibility that they could be mistaken. The worst thing is when a reader is ego driven, even if they are gifted, they get major blind spots about their abilities and what they can or can't do.

That's my experience, too. I don't think I've ever met a reader who admitted that they got things wrong. They always blame timing, free will or they say I'm lying or don't know about something or whatever other reason. Some wouldn't let it go when I say nope, something doesn't connect with me. For example, same guy - one asked me if I were married or had a baby with him. I didn't. So then said he has a secret family and married elsewhere that I don't know about. That he was a con artist and it got really over the top to the point where I just hang up as it was like a film script.

I think the problem is, it's supposed to be entertainment purposes and people don't call up for entertainment often times, but the readers need to be careful and stick to those guidelines when handing out info. They make it seem so certain, the amount of times I've actually been promised and sworn he would be back, or he loves me or he has a secret family and wife. They say things like they'll quit their job and being a reader if they're wrong and because you're vulnerable you fall for it at the time and believe it all.

Readers very often make what they are saying gospel and if they said "he might still have feelings for you but I'm not God and I can't tell you for certain, you need to work out for yourself and add up your situation as this is for entertainment", people may begin to get dissatisfied and maybe not get so addicted as they would tire of hearing that. It's because readers string them along (sometimes unmeaningfully) that something will happen that they wait on it or timescales extend and they have to call up the reader for what's going on now kinda things.

I think it's very dangerous for a reader to say someone is cheating or whatever else along those lines because lots have been found to get even the present very wrong, they couldn't have gotten the present more opposite for me.

I find it funny how they say he may contact but free will he might change his mind, but then they never say they don't see him contacting but in his free will he may change his mind later down the line.
I fully agree but that’s when you put your foot  down and hang up and delete that advisor off of your list. A lot of readers are doing it for the money plain and simple not for entertainment or helping people with their REAL GOD GIVEN GIFTS but simply just doing it to pay the bills or fund their lifestyles. That’s why I stick to the same readers. I do venture off to other readers for another opinion or to see if they could pick up uncanny details but I always end up wasting my money. Also, there simply are readers who just doesn’t work for everybody. The ones that absolutely never failed me I’ve read on here that they were completely wrong for others. No one knows your story better than you and God though!

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Re: Be cautious
« Reply #51 on: August 17, 2019, 02:41:33 AM »
Some of them become so prideful and arrogant they really believe they are right and will be proven right, no matter what the client says. They literally shut out all possibility that they could be mistaken. The worst thing is when a reader is ego driven, even if they are gifted, they get major blind spots about their abilities and what they can or can't do.

That's my experience, too. I don't think I've ever met a reader who admitted that they got things wrong. They always blame timing, free will or they say I'm lying or don't know about something or whatever other reason. Some wouldn't let it go when I say nope, something doesn't connect with me. For example, same guy - one asked me if I were married or had a baby with him. I didn't. So then said he has a secret family and married elsewhere that I don't know about. That he was a con artist and it got really over the top to the point where I just hang up as it was like a film script.

I think the problem is, it's supposed to be entertainment purposes and people don't call up for entertainment often times, but the readers need to be careful and stick to those guidelines when handing out info. They make it seem so certain, the amount of times I've actually been promised and sworn he would be back, or he loves me or he has a secret family and wife. They say things like they'll quit their job and being a reader if they're wrong and because you're vulnerable you fall for it at the time and believe it all.

Readers very often make what they are saying gospel and if they said "he might still have feelings for you but I'm not God and I can't tell you for certain, you need to work out for yourself and add up your situation as this is for entertainment", people may begin to get dissatisfied and maybe not get so addicted as they would tire of hearing that. It's because readers string them along (sometimes unmeaningfully) that something will happen that they wait on it or timescales extend and they have to call up the reader for what's going on now kinda things.

I think it's very dangerous for a reader to say someone is cheating or whatever else along those lines because lots have been found to get even the present very wrong, they couldn't have gotten the present more opposite for me.

I find it funny how they say he may contact but free will he might change his mind, but then they never say they don't see him contacting but in his free will he may change his mind later down the line.
I fully agree but that’s when you put your foot  down and hang up and delete that advisor off of your list. A lot of readers are doing it for the money plain and simple not for entertainment or helping people with their REAL GOD GIVEN GIFTS but simply just doing it to pay the bills or fund their lifestyles. That’s why I stick to the same readers. I do venture off to other readers for another opinion or to see if they could pick up uncanny details but I always end up wasting my money. Also, there simply are readers who just doesn’t work for everybody. The ones that absolutely never failed me I’ve read on here that they were completely wrong for others. No one knows your story better than you and God though!

I agree and sadly, I do think that some readers are really bitter in their lives and tell lots of people bad news because they don't want to hand out happy news, they like to cause destruction in relationships.

I also agree that nobody knows our real ending apart from us and God, too. I know I've mentioned it often but gut feelings have never been wrong for me yet every single reader time and time again couldn't have gotten things more wrong. So it's a lesson for me to take psychic advice for free as that's most accurate and trustworthy/doesn't let me down, isn't full of greed and false hope.