In our search for the best psychics on the internet we came across a new one, which was fairly new to us. His name is “Magellan Medium Spirit”, who calls himself a psychic and spiritual medium who converses with people that have passed over.
After doing some research on him, we unfortunately found out that he can´t be trusted at all. Similar to other mediums we have reviewed here, such as Angela Medium, Medium Maria, William the Guardian Angel or Tara Medium, he is a fake psychic who is just after your money!
Magellan got his psychic abilities as a child, when he lost an important person in his life. That same person came to him one day from the spirit world to comfort him, and Magellan could since then speak to spirits from the higher realms and the lower world. He immediately felt called to serve a broader audience with his skills and is offering his services via his website.
His wish is to serve people in need to connect them with the right path and help them to receive messages from their loved ones, who have passed over.
His story is not too unusual, as some psychics really got their abilities in this way. Also, being able to converse with spirit is nothing new under the moon. However, since Magellan’s story is similar to some of the other psychics we have reviewed so far, it seems already not trustworthy.
Our research has further confirmed what we first thought! From his whole website, to the emails he sends out, the media company that owns him, and the lack of trustworthy reviews – Magellan looks like a scam from the books.
To test Magellan Medium, we signed up for his readings, which come for free at first. Since we have reviewed a lot of psychics before who do the same, it was already a red flag, but we wanted to see how he goes about it.
After signing up for a reading and confirming your email, you automatically receive a reading in less than ten minutes. That´s a fairly short time for a psychic, who is supposedly busy and has a lot of work to go through each day.
The mail was filled with generic information that did not relate in any way to us, nor to our unique life situation, and it could have been applied for anyone to be honest. A money blessing coming in the near future, the best phase of our life to start soon and so much more. This is fairly impersonal and for a psychic, who can see, hear and feel beyond the manifested world, not a great sign of psychic powers to be revealed.
A psychic can usually address any personal issue that you might have, without any prior information about that. Telling something about future blessings is not a sign of psychic powers though.
Magellan would go and send more emails after the first ones, prompting to click on a link for another in-depth reading that was structured in the same way as the first. No special information, just very generic input around possibilities.
Like so many other psychics, the call to action was to act quickly and respond to him asap, so that he could send out more emails with deeper information. Of course, our future would depend on his readings and the special message he had for us!
Just to make sure if these emails are actually the same for everyone, we tested it with another email address and got the exact same content sent, twice.
There is not even two different version of what he sends out, when you sign up! Everyone receives exactly the same.
We don´t really trust any psychics that send the same messages to everyone and that offer a free reading right in the beginning. Any trustworthy psychic can charge for their services. Whenever they offer a free reading to pull clients in, we immediately get suspicious.
Anyhow, after receiving the free readings, of course there was a follow up offer for a payment fee that would give us the “Great Guide of Imminent Happiness”. Not that it was clear what that exactly was, but it seemed to be incredibly important and the ultimate key to change our life.
By buying the guide, we would have to agree on some very specific points though, which included the understanding of the importance of receiving this guide, the agreement to Magellan to perform a ritual for purification to release old karma and that the guide would be prepared as soon as possible, so that nothing would stand in the way to our happiness and success.
Upon paying, the agreement would be signed, so that the psychic could get to work asap. The fee for this specific report would be $79.99. However, since all of this seemed to be so far fetched and unrealistic, given the fact that the emails already proved to be of no substance, we didn´t pay.
Which did not stop the emails to come! As most online psychics do, especially when they are untrustworthy, they spam you until you either give in and buy or until you unsubscribe. After receiving emails every day, we decided to opt-out.
No trustworthy psychic spams you every day (!) with a message, since they are busy enough serving their clients that reach out to them. Hands-off from the ones that send you a lot of messages and try to pressure you into buying, especially when they are blackmailing you, speaking about a doomed future, if you don´t buy etc. pp.
Scare tactics are one of the worst techniques fake psychics use to get you to buy and you should never give into it, let alone believe it.
If that wasn´t already enough of the red flags, we also checked his website to see what his registered address was. And oh which surprise, he was represented by a media company based out of Geneva, Switzerland. We had the case before with “Celeste the Angel Medium” and “Mary and Christian Telepathic Duo”, who are also registered at different online marketing agencies in Switzerland. That seems to be no coincidence and it might even be that the companies are all connected to each other, or simply belong to the same umbrella company with different sub-names.
Same as with the companies in Gibraltar and Hong Kong which we mentioned before, when we find a hub of media companies appearing in a city, which is known for companies to avoid taxes or launder their money, we see red flags popping up everywhere!
No trustworthy psychic has the need to register their business in a place that´s shady and does not seem to have a legal address in a “normal” place in the world.
No positive reviews about him
What was striking though is that we couldn`t find any reviews about him online. Neither good, nor bad ones. Which is weird, because either we find a ton of negative reviews, or we find a few good ones on the website of the psychic. In Magellan’s case there were non. And that´s even worse, or proves that fact that his persona was entirely created by the media company, maybe even just recently.
If a psychic has been doing business since years and even decades and is here to help as many people as possible, they should have collected their fair share of reviews. At least the website should have some, but we couldn´t verify any reviews about him. That´s especially weird because he is sending so many emails and pressures people into buying his services. So someone at some point is gotta say something, good or bad.
As mentioned before, if Magellan Medium was such a trusted and powerful psychic, there would be more evidence supporting him. Either from past clients or from newspapers and other websites that he´d be linked to as a trusted source.
Most of the psychics that have been doing business for years, are referred to you by word of mouth and have a good amount of reviews that speak for them. Since Magellan can´t provide for any of that, it´s highly suggestible that he does not even exist as a real person.
Just thinking of the media company behind him, the biography that can´t be verified, no reviews and the massive amount of emails that are being sent out, which are the same for everyone that subscribes, shows that we are up for a big scam here.
If you don´t want to loose your money on Magellan Medium Spirit and seek for an authentic psychic to give you a reading, please research first and then see what they have to offer!
In retrospect doing our research we can say: Magellan Medium Spirit – is a scam!