A running theme throughout
the sites and news stories we investigate is the Plea For Chump Money.
Most sites (including this one) want your money for the funding of whatever
weird operations they do. This is OK...it's not as bad as having
a site whose only purpose is making money and scamming people out of their
Of course, we don't mean
that the psychics over at The
Psychic Internet are scamming people...but if they claim to be two
of the most professional, experienced,
and qualified Psychic-Intuitives in the United States, with more than a
half-century of combined proven experience..., then the least they
could do is use those bountiful abilities to prove that they deserve your
Chump Money because they're actually the real psychics that so many people
have been looking for. Yeah. Probably not gonna happen.
You can go over to their
site and look at all the stuff they have over there. You can look
at their Answers
to Commonly Asked Questions and read about how they don't need
to even talk to the person they're scamming (oh, I mean "reading").
ANd you can marvel at their 90% accuracy, but wonder aloud about
why they don't have any proof of these claims on their page.
Perhaps the most telling
answer on this list of answers is the answer to this question:
What is the biggest
"gripe" you have about people who submit questions?
Laughter. Well, actually,
when people want to play a guessing game. What I mean by that is that they
think they will "test" our abilities by providing very little information.
What they don't realize is that the more information they provide, the
more accurate their reading and the longer the reading they get. Wanting
to "test" our abilities is not the best use for their money since they
could get so much more if they give a full picture of their issue.
A person who claims to have
psychic powers who is also unwilling to let people "test" her...should
we be surprised by this?
You can also read their Recent
Emails page with so-called real testimonials from real users.
But, save the form letters from various net award sites, the "testimonials"
have no names, dates or email addresses to indicate that they came from
anywhere but the ether.
For some reason, they also
claim to have copyrighted the word "psi." Can we play, too?
We hereby copyright the following words: alpha, beta, gamma, kappa, sigma,
delta, epsilon, phi, pi, omega, and some others that we can't remember
right now. But we copyrighted them, so you can't use 'em!
Like we usually say, we can't
prove that the Psychic Internet people are frauds. Maybe they actually
believe that they're psychics. Maybe they actually believe that they're
helping people through the tough times in their lives, by giving them a
glimpse of the future, like some kind of metaphysical pat on the back.
ugh...I think our sarcasm
is finally making me sick...