Spell caster Maksim testimonials as spamEvery month I, spell caster Maxim, help a few dozen people and then find their reviews about my work on the Internet. I take pride in the fact that they are mostly positive with a few rare exceptions. My clients leave their feedback on various websites, blogs and social media accounts despite the fact that I specifically ask them not to.
Such spell caster Maksim testimonials are always a pleasure to read, because they are proof of my high-quality work and the fact that my customers are always satisfied with the results our cooperation. Such spell caster Maksim testimonials help people who are only thinking about working with me believe that I am able to change their lives for the better, leaving all their problems in the past, and ensuring a joyful and happy future.
However, spell caster Maksim testimonials attract the attention of not only those who need my help. Scammers from all over the world wanting to make money from my popularity show genuine interest in them as well.
By the way, I, spellcaster Maxim, am not the only victim of Internet scammers. As soon as a person makes a name for themselves, some people are sure to try to use it for their selfish and mercenary purposes. No one is protected from scammers. When an astrologist becomes popular, some people start offering users to buy some horoscopes signed by this astrologist’s name. If a singer becomes popular, there will surely appear some people offering some antiaging creams or weight loss pills on her behalf. On behalf of magic practitioners, scammers sell various witchcraft services.
By the way, they do not provide any services. In reality, they collect money and then refuse to work. Scammers create a website and in about a month change their contact and banking information to start all over.
This criminal business has long been a problem for all well-known and famous people. After all, for each celebrity there are from 70 to 120 fraudsters. The more popular the celebrity, the more attempts to make money on it.
I, spell caster Maxim, did not escape this fate. When my clients began posting their positive spell caster Maksim testimonials, a lot of people started to impersonate me or call themselves my apprentices. Some of them tried to reach out to me to set up some public or private meetings, calling themselves my agents, managers or representatives. They advertised my visits to certain countries and offered to buy tickets to attend my lectures or seminars. Some of them called themselves my secretaries. They also posted some positive spell caster Maksim testimonials on their websites and offered some magic services promising I would surely perform them.
I do not have anything to do with any of those people. I, spell caster Maxim, work independently, and I do not have any representatives, managers or secretaries. I meet with clients one on one, and I do not hold any group or individual classes. I do not read lectures, yet I teach magic. However, to schedule an appointment or to place an order my clients use just one website: spellshelp.com/. If you want to send me a letter, please do so to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. There are no exceptions to this rule.
Speaking of spell caster Maksim testimonials, scammers use them as the best way to advertise something and make money using my name. They keep coming up with new scams. This website is dedicated to their exposure, so I advise you not to leave it right away, but read some other articles to learn about the most common Internet scams.
One of them is Nigerian spam letters. This scam appeared at the end of the last century when the Internet was new. People believed it the same way they believed newspapers or TV, taking everything at face value. Thus, a group of scammers from Nigeria started sending out letters in which they proposed to:
- — Help sick children;
- — Get an inheritance left by some unknown but very rich relative;
- — Manage the late relative’s widow’s money.
The first scam should be clear to you. As for the second one, they asked to wire over some cash to cover overheads before the inheritance could be delivered. In the third scam they asked to pay for the transfer of the money from the widow’s bank account to the one of the recipient of the letter. Strangely, but thousands of people believed it. As a result, the Nigerian scammers made millions of dollars.
Eventually, their business started to go down. First of all, too many people began sending out similar letters. Secondly, e-mail services learned to identify scam letters and delete them as spam.
However, the war against the scammers was not over. They started using sophisticated software creating thousands of electronic mailboxes every minute which were used for sending out millions of new spam emails. Many of them are moved to Spam, yet some manage to reach the addressee, involving them in a scam.
Advanced users will probably wonder, “Nigerian letter? Who can fall for it?”
Well, my reply is as follows:
Every day the Internet is joined by many young boys and girls who have not yet developed immunity against scammers and spam. In addition, statistically, the second world counties are just getting access to the internet, which makes them as vulnerable as you were ten or fifteen years ago.
Most importantly, the letters are intended for grieving people or people in trouble. In this state people rarely think rationally. Thus, you get a letter from spell caster Maxim (not from me! Just signed by my name!), look for some spell caster Maksim testimonials, find only praising ones, and send your money to the scammer. As a result, you are left with no money or help.
But the meticulous Internet critic will interrupt me again with a new question, “Can’t such letters be sent by real sorcerers or witches, shamans or healers? How can a man who does not know about magic as much as you do, understand that the letter is a scam?”
To identify a scam letter, you do not have to be an expert in magic. It is enough to know just one magic law. According to this law, no one possessing a true magical gift can offer magic services. This agreement is made between every magician and Higher Powers at the very beginning of the magician’s career. Clients are brought to the magic practitioner by Higher Powers. These are the people he can help or helping which will help the magic practitioner rise to a new level. Magic practitioners are not allowed to offer their help to anyone.
Magic practitioners are only allowed to tell about their work, share experiences, give examples, and say what exactly can be changed in your life with magic. The decision to reach out to the magic practitioner (or not) is still yours.
Nigerian letters containing spell caster Maksim testimonials or reviews about the work of other spell casters violate the main law of magic – they are targeted which is not permissible in modern witchcraft. Therefore, any such letter coming to your personal or corporate mailbox and containing an offer to be provided some magic services, is a scam. Do not believe such letters and move them to your Spam folder immediately! If you really need the help of a strong magic practitioner, Higher Powers will ensure that you find information about someone who can help you in the near future, such as spell caster of Maksim testimonials or reviews about some other spell casters, some website about magiс or a magic practitioner’s social media account. If Higher Powers decide to help you, they will give you a sign you will not miss. Higher Powers do not spam and do not support those trying to make money with their help.