How do I avoid websites that are scams?

I am really interested in witch craft How do I avoid Internet sites that are scams?

First of all, if you believe strongly enough in magick to spend money on having someone else cast a spell, then you believe strongly enough to cast one yourself. It would be better to learn how to do it yourself. Empower yourself so that you do not have to depend on others and performing the spells yourself gives you the opportunity to personalize them.
If you absolutely can’t or won’t perform your own, here are some pointers that will help.

1. Be informed – Find out what real witches actually do before paying money to a spell-caster. Read some articles and books on witchcraft, wicca, and ceremonial magick. When considering hiring a spellcaster, what tradition are they a part of. Research that tradition and see if what you find jibes with what the caster is professing. Knowledge is your best defense against con-artists.

2. Are they charging exorbitant amounts and making outrageous promises? If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. A real witch knows and will explain the limits and laws of magick, a scam artist will promise you the jack-pot, the love of your life, or the moon - as long as you pay their fees.

3. When you make an inquiry, do you get a high-pressure sales tactic in return? You must act now! they claim, tomorrow may be too late!. Don’t buy it or believe it. If you aren’t given time to think about it, the caster isn?t being honest. So what if tomorrow is the full moon and their spell can only be done at that time. There will be a chance next month.

4. Does the caster profess to cast harmful, negative or manipulative spells? Most real witches won’t offer this sort of thing. Consider this, if these people are willing to do a nasty revenge spell on someone they don’t know who has never harmed them personally, are they people you want working for you? For the amount some people charge you could hire a hit-man. But, I am not recommending that you ever hire a hit-man. I’m just giving you an example.

5. Does the caster answer your questions with clarity and sincerity? Or are they mysterious, telling you that you wouldn’t understand, or demanding you ‘cease communication’ until the spell has worked. Ask questions, and if they are not willing to answer, decline their services. A real witch will talk to you about basic philosophies, theories and general practices. They may not give you every detail, but they’ll exlain what they’re doing.

6. Get their physical address and phone number before you hire them. Then, call them. If they want your business, they’ll answer. You can also do a reverse-search of the phone-number to verify the address.

7. Don’t wire any money! If you decide to pay, pay by a method that you can dispute later.

8. Hire locally. Witchcraft is very widespread there’s likely to be a practicing witch, or even a coven, in your area. If they don’t offer spellcasting services for hire, ask if they can help you. A local practitioner is more readily available, easier to communicate with, and you know their location. It’s easier to get to know a local person and they are less likely to have a bulk of clients. Even thought they are local don’t skip the precautions listed above.

Rose Ariadne: Providing “Magickal” answers to your Pagan, Wiccan, Witchcraft spell casting questions since 2006.

2 Responses to “How do I avoid websites that are scams?”

  1. bobby says:

    I live in east TN and can’t find a local spell caster. Do you think 7 witches coven is real or just a scam

  2. EVAN says:


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