A spell caster Maxim scam on fake forumsAs sad as it is, forums have long ceased to serve as a gathering place for like-minded people with common interests. They have been replaced with social networks, which are now used by almost all Internet users. Today’s forums are created exclusively with the purpose of enrichment. It does not matter for most forum owners to how to make money using their forums. I can easily prove it taking another spell caster Maxim scam as an example.
But first let me introduce myself. My name is Maxim and I am a spell caster. I have been specializing in ritual magic for several decades. Having helped thousands of people from all over the world, I know what black magic is, and I understand better than others the hype and black PR around modern sorcerers and witches. This knowledge is the basis of all my articles. If you need my advice, please visit my website https://spellshelp.com/. It says about my professionalism more than any words. If you feel like responding to my articles, please send your letters to email@example.com. Note that I do not reply to spam letters and letters not related to magic and the spellcaster Maxim scam.
Forums about magic are created for the following purposes:
- Fraud. Forums are created by beginning or not very scrupulous magic practitioners to make their name known. At such forums, they post false positive reviews about their work written by themselves or professional copywriters.
- Plagiarism. Such forums are created to make money on advertising. They take advantage of the fact that, unlike social networks, forum pages are shown in search results, so they fill their forums with articles stolen from other websites putting some ads in. When a user visits the forum, he reads the article and then clicks on the ad. It brings the owner of the forum 2-3 cents to 1 or more dollars, depending on the country where the user who clicked on the advertisement lives.
- Earning money honestly. Forum owners fill their websites only with authentic content, attracting people genuinely interested in the topics discussed. When the forum becomes popular, beginning sorcerers, witches and healers notice it and post their advertisements on the pages of the forum.
- Black PR. Such forums are created in order to defame the honest name of a magic practitioner. Without a twinge of conscience, they publish false negative reviews criticizing someone’s work. Owners of such forums get money from two sources:
— Those who expect to “wreck” their competitors with the false negative reviews;
— Magic practitioners blackmailed in the following way. They get a link to a false negative review and are offered to have it deleted for a certain amount of money, unless the magic practitioner wants it to end his career.
There is also a third way to earn money. It is posting false positive reviews for money. I told you about it earlier, but in a slightly different light.
Dishonest magiс practitioners use such forums a lot and create their own websites to promote their names. Having no real strength and experience, they will do whatever it takes to attract at least a few customers. They are not concerned about the fact that, due to their inexperience and lack of talent, they are unable to help anyone. All they want is money, while the fate of those who have trusted them means nothing to them.
This entire website is dedicated to the activities of a wide variety of scammers. When I created it, I described more than one spell caster Maxim scam. A spell caster Maxim scam used on forums is just a tiny part of the problem that I, as well as other professional magic practitioners, face. It so happens in our world at some point everyone who managed to gain some popularity and prove
their high professionalism faces scammers. They use their names in different ways and broadcast on behalf of their representatives. Read some other articles on this website and you will be surprised how cunning and inventive modern Internet scammers are.
In the meantime, let us review some forms of the spell caster Maxim scam used on forums. There are many ways to lead you astray by using the name of caster Maxim. Below is an incomplete list of how and for what reasons this can be done.
- They leave negative feedback to undermine my credibility. Interestingly, this does not seriously interfere with my work. I have helped so many people that any negative feedback immediately causes a storm of indignation. People trust me so much that they cannot believe someone may be disappointed by my work.
- I have been blackmailed a few times (see above). Once I threatened to go to the police, the blackmailers retreated, deleting their false negative reviews about me. My high qualification allows me to prove my skills to any judge in any court of law and blackmailers are well aware of it.
- A while ago there was another spell caster Maxim scam. One woman claimed she was me. At first, she advised forum users on some insignificant issues, but eventually she started offering spells and rituals to get rich. The scam was quickly exposed and all her messages were immediately deleted. That woman has not been seen on the forum again.
- Such cases are quite common and there are a lot of fake ads on magic forums placed on my behalf. To spot a scam, look at the phone number. I live and work in Russia. Magic practitioners from any other country who claim to be me are just impostors.
- Sometimes you can find offers to enroll in some courses which are said to be held by me or under my supervision. I do teach magic. But I do it absolutely for free and only on the pages of my website. I have to disappoint those who want to become my apprentices. I do not work as anyone’s mentor. However, you can buy one of my books about magic, which is also available only on my website.
A spell caster Maxim scam is very easy to spot on forums. Remember that true spell casters do not leave messages on forums. No matter how popular a forum is, no magic practitioner will ever use it or place some ads on it. True magic is designed in a way so that the people who need to be helped by magic could find magic practitioners by themselves. This search becomes evidence of the possibility of a miracle. The thing is Higher Powers ensure that a person who needs help comes, one way or another, across information leading to the spell caster who can help them.
Thus, professional magic practitioners manage without ads just fine. They know that if they are able to help ten persons in the next week, Higher Powers will bring them exactly ten clients. The number of people a spell caster can help is calculated according to the reserves of energy which the spell caster currently has and the time it takes to help one person. If the spell caster collaborates with Higher Powers in good will (all professional magic practitioners aspire to this), they will provide him with the necessary number of clients, making sure he does not have to spend more energy and time than he has.
If a magic practitioner does not have clients and has to use some forums to find them, it means that Higher Powers believe that he is not able to help people, he is not ready yet and needs to keep studying to fully understand magic, or that he does not have enough reserves of power in order to work miracles. There are other reasons as well. The point is you should never believe people writing on forums on behalf of magic practitioners or placing their advertisements there.
As for the reviews published on forums, to verify their authenticity send a message to the author asking to provide some documentary proof. I assure you that those trying to use a spell caster Maxim scam involving some false negative feedback never have it. I know it because 99.9 % of my clients are satisfied with my work because I always do my best to help each one of my clients.