I’ve been asked this several times; especially whenever I reject a request for spell casting – “How can I find a genuine spell caster?” Well, this is an intelligent question and you must read this in detail before hiring a spell caster; whether it’s free or paid!
Finding a “genuine” spell caster online is definitely like finding a needle in a haystack. In rare of the rarest situations, you are going to strike chords with a genuine spell caster. Most of these faces behind the keyboard are going to be unemployed, hungry scammers or novice kids who have become word-perfect in a couple of spells and boast themselves as “spell caster”! I must say never try to play with the emotions of people who are vulnerable & looking for help. Always remember that karma has no menu. You are served what you deserve (I’m looking at you, scammers!).
Fortunately, I’m listing down few points that would help you in finding a genuine spell caster. Please do remember that you are responsible for filtering & hiring spell caster using your acumen coupled with my suggestions listed below. These are some of the very important points that you must look for before hiring a genuine spell caster, and if things do not work in the way listed, it’s certainly a red flag for you.
Let’s begin – Tips for finding a genuine spell caster
Guarantees 100% success
The easiest way to filter out a scammer vs. a genuine spell caster that a genuine spell caster can never, ever guarantee 100% manifestation of the spell and guarantees results. That’s impossible! Spell casters aren’t God and they do not have the final say in the manifestation. The whole thing is dependent on spirits and spell casters are only responsible for pleasing and commanding the spirits.
Ask for money
Hah, well that’s the reason why you are here. You are looking for a free spell caster because you are sick of some African dude asking anywhere from few dollars to hundreds of dollars, and in some cases even thousands of dollars! This is the most common way of understanding that the man behind the screen is a rip-off. The Internet has become an easy way of making money and an equally easy way of ripping off innocent people. Almost every spell caster asks for money, but hey, there are always two sides of a coin. Just because a spell caster is asking for money doesn’t always necessarily means that he/she is a scammer.
Yes, the spell caster wants your money- even the genuine spell caster do- It’s their livelihood. But some will tell you virtually anything to get it. Pay attention to details and remember that if something sounds waaayyy too good to be true, it probably is. You don’t want to pay someone just to tell you what you want to hear. A real spell caster will tell you if there are any drawbacks, bumps in the road, etc. Most won’t advertise them on their blogs or websites but consult them before hiring. Ask what the limitations are- And believe me, there ARE limitations to EVERY spell.
Every scammer would try to protect themselves and their identity, hence they always try to receive money via offline channels where your transaction is not protected. A genuine spell caster will always choose online payment methods such as PayPal to receive money because such a method protects the interest of both the parties. You are not protected when you are using offline mediums like Western Union or Bank Wire. Once you send the money through Western Union, consider it gone. Only online payment modes offer you security & protection of your transaction.
Using Salutation ‘Doctor or Dr.’ before their name (Lol)
It has become a trend among all spell casters (read scammers) to add salutation “Dr.” before their names. This is quite common and every dude is following the same technique. I just fail to understand why do you even need a Ph.D. to become a spell caster or were you a surgeon or dentist by profession? Well, I’m not trying to generalize as there could become unemployed Ph.D. holders who aren’t getting any jobs so they are satisfying their ego by scamming people and showing off the “Dr.” in their names. C’mon, if you hold a doctorate, you can earn far better by getting a job of a professor or earn way better & live a decent, respectful life by practicing in hospitals (in case you hold M.B.B.S.) degree!
Pay attention to the return policy.
This is quite a debatable topic, I would say! I would estimate that about 99% or more of all “spell caster” try to lure you by offering 100% money back. Genuine spell casters can not offer you money back & the same could be done by scammers too, but the majority of scammers would use this as bait for luring you to pay them. You may get attracted to those flashy logos present on their website that reads “100% money-back guarantee”. I’ve seen almost the same logo everywhere. I just have a question which would be a counter-question of what I’m going to justify now. Genuine spell casters may not be able to offer you money back. Now, this is perfectly fine- and it makes sense too. Provided the products or services are authentic, Spells and paranormal objects are hardly able to be “given back.” You can’t un-cast a spell, un-melt candle wax, and re-establish the ashes of the herbs used in casting or get the time back that it took to cast it. And often once an enchanted item has had one owner it will not be suitable to sell to another. BUT this does not mean that spell caster should not be held responsible after he has failed to deliver. A genuine spell caster should offer some type of service if you are dissatisfied. For example, if you had a spell cast and it failed, they might be willing to re-cast or offer you an alternative service. Now, can a scammer clarify how can he/she un-melt the wax or re-use the products that got exhausted while casting your spell and give you full money back? Since I don’t have any perfect clarification on both the views, I could not conclude.
Kind of magic do they practice/Their knowledge of the paranormal
Very few people know that there are two kinds of black magic – one that I performed with the help of evil spirits and others in which good spirits are summoned. The former is often called “Dark magic” and it is not too different from traditional black magic. Dark magic is done whenever the motive of spell caster is to cause death, losses or curse to the target. It is often dangerous and could backfire very easily causing trouble to target as well as the spell caster. Only experienced spell casters can deal with evil spirits and have to ability to command them. If any Tom, Dick & Harry tries to command an evil spirit to fulfill his cruel intention, he’s just inviting infinite troubles (in some cases, even death!). Hence the spell caster must be able to tell you kind of magic/enchantment they will be dealing with, what culture it came from, the spiritual beliefs behind it, and anything else you want to know. If a spell caster isn’t highly knowledgeable about what they are offering, then they are either A) fake or B) not experienced enough to be worth hiring.
Completely unrealistic claims
Another very common way of figuring out scammers is to use your brains and understand that their claims are unrealistic. Like “Win a million dollar in the next 24 hours, Guaranteed!” Magic doesn’t work this way. Even claims like “Guaranteed result in 24 hours!” How are you so sure that spirits would follow your command and complete the job in 24 hours? This is just impossible and as a human being, I must say only God can do such miracles. Spirits can’t! Any spell takes at least a week to manifest properly before it could start showing results. See my other guide on How Spells Work. Also, as a general rule, it’s best to stay away from any spells lottery-related. Think of it this way: If a spell caster could make someone win the lottery by casting a spell, then why are they asking money from you? Anyone with that ability is likely to be sitting near the poolside of their new mansion or driving a brand new Lamborghini that they bought with their lottery winnings and not selling spells online. Read my article on myths about money spells.
Lots of spelling and grammatical errors
A lot of spelling & grammatical errors- or even worse- words with magical meanings misspelled.
Casting a powerful spell is never cheap. NEVER. I would suggest that you get a basic spell cast for yourself rather than paying for a cheap or “affordable” spell. There nothing such cheap or affordable in the world of spell casting. Spell caster is not competing with thousands of other sellers offering the same services so there are no chances of negotiating. It’s not Amazon! Remember, commodities required to cast any powerful spell costs a lot (few hundred dollars to thousand dollars) as these items are not readily available and they are required to be sourced from different places. Consider this: A spell casting uses oils, candles, herbs, and any number of other exotic materials. Even the most minimal castings require some materials. It also takes time and a significant amount of spiritual energy to cast a spell. A few dollars won’t even pay for the materials alone. So if a spell seems like an incredibly great deal, think twice. Odds are there is no spell being cast, or it isn’t being cast with the proper time and materials needed to yield good results. You get what you pay for.
A lot of secrecy.
No spell caster will tell you exactly how they cast their spells, but they should be willing to give you the general outline. Also, watch out for tall tales. There are not that many great witch aunts out there dying and leaving trunks full of metaphysical items every day. I am also amazed to see how many ancient secrets are being passed down by families from far-away lands. A little mystery can be fun, yes, but when weighing the facts, your safest bet is probably with the less theatrics and more honest, “normal” caster.
Threats such as “You have wasted my time and now since you are not paying, I’m gonna curse you”. Many scammers would claim that you have wasted their precious time in consulting. If you don’t go ahead and buy their service, they will curse you and you are going to suffer for the rest of your life. Trust me, if you receive such threats, don’t give a damn about it and move away. Keep your hunt on.
Remember when going through spell casters that there is always more than meets the eye. There are a lot of fakes and frauds out there, and unfortunately, they know that the hopeful consumer is willing to open their wallet to someone they believe can bring them their hopes and dreams. But don’t let this discourage you. There are some good, kind, and genuine spell caster out there who follow through on their promises. You just need to take a little time and effort to sift through the facts. And if all else fails, trust your intuition. If something does or doesn’t feel “right,” then it is probably so.
I realize that this only brushes the tip of the iceberg, but hopefully, these basic tips and reminders will help you to hire a spell caster responsibly.