Review: Celeste Angelic Medium – Scam or Trusted Psychic?
And here comes another angel medium, that is not at all that angelic, if you follow our reviews. Celeste is one of the best known psychics in town (aka the internet), having her advertisement in as many places as possible.
She calls herself half angel, half human and with her airy fairy aura it might as well be true. Unfortunately you can´t believe in Celeste either, as she is a marketing gig like all the other psychics we have reviewed so far.
When you find Celeste on the internet, you are prompted to sign up for a free angel reading with her. If you do so, you are sent an avalanche of emails prompting you to buy something from her. But that´s not all.
Celeste the Mother of all Scams
First of all, Celeste is not even a real person, because her picture can be found on a stock photo website. Same as “Medium Maria” she is not a real psychic but a real model, whose picture is being sold all over the internet by a media company, claiming that this is Celeste the Angel Medium.
The question is, if this company passes a stock photo off as a real person, what else are they doing that´s against the law? Sending out false promises, generic readings and mails that pressure you to buy more, for sure.
It´s surprising what companies come up with these days to earn money with questionable tactics that pray on the vulnerable and do not deliver what they promise.
Since Celeste looks very convincing, they might have a lot of people requesting readings from her though.
If you are familiar with our reviews, you know by now that psychics who don´t really exist follow the same strategy. You order a free reading and then get lured into buying more for a good amount of money.
These companies make money by using manipulation and scare tactics to get people to buy. Often they pressure their clients to get a specific reading, because otherwise that person would be cursed forever.
These tactics are some of the worst and they are a disgrace to all the humble and honest psychics out there, that truly do a good job. Using people that are in a vulnerable, sensitive or hopeless position in their life to earn money, while not helping them, is an absolute no-go. With one million business ideas out there, these people should be able to find a business model that´s based on integrity and honesty.
Celeste The Angel Medium, How she operates
The persona of Celeste is of course set up in a way that anyone looking for a psychic will find her convincing. Her website looks professional and the messaging is all about her ability to connect to angels and connect you with your angel team.
Her face appears to be very friendly and warm, unlike her messages, which put a lot of pressure on you. Some refer to Celeste also as the “Princess of Light” since she connects with light beings of all forms.
Like so many other online psychics that are designed by media companies, Celeste claims to offer free readings, because she wants to help as many people as possible. It seems to be very convincing. Given the soothing look of her website, you easily believe her that.
Once you sign up, she immediately sends you your free reading, which is basically impossible. If she was a real person taking time for her many requests that are coming in through the ads she has plastered all over the internet, she would need at least 24h to tune into the energy of a person.
If you test it out with several emails, you´ll soon find out that the free message she sends is the same for everyone, just the recipient name changes in the email.
But wait for what´s coming after you received that one.
Her website is more or less the same as some of the other psychics, which gives you a good idea of how this works. Once you have seen a few of them, you can easily spot who is a trusted source and who is not. Mostly because, real psychics are visible somehow in some form, either via new videos, different photos, published books or the like.
As most of the media companies creating these fake psychics are based in Gibraltar or Hong Kong, they certainly create all the websites with a specific scheme. One of the companies that we have reviewed a lot here is New Lotus Web, Ltd. But there is more, which might just be offsprings of New Lotus Web Ltd.
When you investigate in Celeste’s website a little more, you soon start to see where things don´t glue well together.
Celeste is not the only stock photo that´s being used, but even the testimonials are stock pictures. She has the same products in her online store, as some of the other psychics. Her biographical background can not be verified and there is no proof on her upbringing, her connection to the angels and her gifts.
Her only readings are done via mail, which makes it hard to believe she exists as a real person (which we found out already is a lie anyways). Her marketing is run by Replay Sarl Ltd. out of Switzerland, which is remarkable, since her website is in English and nothing on her part has anything to do with Switzerland. Since Switzerland is a country where companies can avoid taxes, that gives a bad taste. Similar to the companies that operate out of Gibraltar and Hong Kong, where all the other fake psychics come from.
Manipulation and Harassment by Celeste
If you are not being sucked in to Celeste’s marketing emails at first, you´ll receive an avalanche of messages from her. What starts off with angelic readings, soon turns into harassing and manipulating emails that really cross a line.
The more messages you get, the scarier they become. All of them are centred around the worst of all marketing tactics: You have a curse on you and the more you need her help, the more she will convince you to buy. It’s either the monthly subscription, the next reading or something from her online shop that`s highly suggested for your well-being.
Whatever message you receive will be about negative occurrences in the near future that only Celeste can help you with. If you are susceptible to this type of manipulation, you are in for a ride, since Celeste pulls all the tricks.
After you receive the first reading with her, Celeste bombards you with messages claiming that she is reading your energy field, that she found out something specific about you and that she can release all your worries, since your situation is pretty worrisome.
In order to be protected from the negative future that´s ahead and release the curse thatßs from the past, she is offering you a “Grand Angelic Ceremonial of Karmic Deliverance” with an angel talisman for a special price of $79 which usually would cost you $150. She stresses the point that this is what you truly need in order to fix your current situation.
Celeste goes on emailing how much she knows about you, your life and your struggles, just by having received the date of birth and the name from you. The focus is always on the negative though, so that the most vulnerable people are being pressured into buying.
A true psychic wouldn´t use pressure, manipulation or anything similar to get you to buy. They´d be receiving your request and tell you about the positive and the negative, if need be, but never about only the worst case scenarios.
The number of negative reviews about Celeste confirms that she is one of the worst fake psychics out there. Some people really gave her their last money, when they needed advice. Others say she tells them they have only 72h to live, if they don´t buy from her! Some people truly believe her and give her all their money to find out that Celeste can´t help them at all.
Many of her past customers confirm that she always sends the same Guardian Angel name in the free reading and the content simply repeats. All of them conclude that Celeste is a heavy scam, not to be trusted at all!
Celeste is a Scam: Yes!
If you´d like to get a reading that actually impacts your life positively, forget about Celeste. Find a true psychic that has a gift and sees with their heart. Someone who can tell you all that´s good in your life and how you can transform even for the better.
Real psychics are reachable in person, have positive reviews and are trustworthy.
Do yourself a favor and stay away from Celeste!