Padre, Messenger Of Angels – Scam or trusted Psychic?
This week we are reviewing another psychic, called “Padre, Messenger of Angels”. You might have come across him on the internet or heard of his free readings. Similar to “Chris Voyant,” “Esmeralda,” “Maria Medium” or “Exceptional Ron,” Padre is a cleverly set-up digital persona to lure you into buying his readings. The question is: Is Padre even real?
When you enter his website, you find a link to his free readings, but also links to buy his books. The copy is slightly pushy and invites you to clearly buy from this gifted psychic without even knowing him.
The biography reads like most of the biographies from other psychics mentioned above. Padre was already gifted as a child and since he was always seen praying and on top of that dressed in black, his family gave him the name Padre. He is not an ordained priest though, but a regular person with strong psychic gifts.
This is not at all special, since most psychics do find out about their gifts early on. However, whenever a psychic has a special name, but his history can not be verified either by photos giving readings or trustworthy testimonials from clients, we get a little suspicious.
Padre´s website in contrast to other sites has a strong emphasize on buying his products. He claims to be able to solve your problems and that fate guided you to his web presence, so that he could fulfil his duty helping you.
His angel readings are free, but of course, once you sign up you are spammed with so many messages that it´s overwhelming to even read through all of them. The tone is generally quite negative, pointing out the problems and misery (be it financial, romantic or work related) that only Padre can help you with.
His biography section is not just background information though, since even here he pressures you to get afree angel reading or buy readings from him, to release your problems at once (which you did not even tell him about yet!).
The story that we har about him sounds similar to an Italian pious man called Padre Pio, who used to wear black and pry a lot, also known as “Angel of the Highway”. Their story is so similar that it´s almost unbelievable that Padre could be indeed a true psychic.
On his website you find a blog section that speaks about angels and his connection to spirit, but instead of just giving out information it has a lot of back links in there, again pressuring you to buy.
In our case, we were even sent his mails without signing up to his services, so either someone sold our email or Padre goes on stalking people, to fish for their email and share about his great gifts with them! Either way it´s not legal and certainly not the way to convince people of his trustworthiness.
A trustworthy psychic will make sure to prove their skills on a daily basis and is usually reachable via phone or video chat. Non of them will take the liberty to reach out to you and pressure you with an avalanche of emails to buy their services. First of all, because they shouldn´t have time for that, if they are working in person with as many people as possible, and secondly it´s against ethical standards. A psychic can only access your energy field and tell you about your future, if you give them permission to do so.
Looking more in-depth on the website, we found that a couple of the testimonials are actually with pictures from stock photos pulled from the internet. Given the fact that the photos are not real, it´s questionable that the reviews are.
Most of the pictures can be found in Shutterstock, one of the best known websites fro stock imagery. If you reverse search a photo you can find out which pictures is easily available for purchase. So here you go, no real people on his website, just models.
A Marketing Company representing Padre
The agency representing Padre is called Sesam Ltd and is egistered in two addresses:
Sesam Ltd, Unit 3007, 30/F Tower 2
Metroplaza 223 Hing Fond Road, Kwai Chung, NT, Hong Kong…
…as well as at Sesam Limited, 8A Pitmans Alley, Main Street, Gibraltar
The Gibraltar address is the exact same address as for New Lotus Web Ltd and a few other companies specialized in producing fake psychics. Gibraltar is known for hosting companies that either launder their money or avoid taxes. In both cases it´s not a good sign for a reputable business to be listed there!
We could find out though that Sesam Ltd did operate out of Great Britain for two years but then switched to their new addresses from 2011 onwards. Probably to have more liberty in how they treat their customers and how to handle refund policies.
Promotional Pressure Mails
Whenever we hear about a psychic offering a free reading, we assume right of the bat that there is some shady business going on. No real psychic will offer you free readings if they do what they do for a living. It´s ok to ask for money in exchange for a reading, so why should a well-known psychic offer free readings? With what amount of time?
Once you sign up for the free the psychic starts emailing you a lot of messages about your problems. Based on if your are female or male, country of residence or anything else they might find out about you, they can then come up with emails that fit to you and convince you to buy.
What is really bothersome are the messages he sends out, all of them filled with worry and a doomed sense of the future to make your aware of how bad your situation actually is, or could be soon. This is once of the worst tactics psychics use to pressure you to buy their fake readings. They are downright spammy and nobody should ever buy from them.
The massive amoutn of negative reviews about the fake persona of Padre is astonishing! If you do some research on the internet you soon find out tons of negative comments about him and his services. Most f the clients are unsatisfied because the readings did not deliver (of course, if there is no real psychic channeling for them!) and they found them way to scary.
Refunds were difficult to get and most people were scammed for a lot of money. Some enetered into a subscription model (as we mentioned with some other psychics), where they were automatically debited and others payed a one-time fee. Either way it´s money lost, because there was no value in return.
If it´s $69,99 or hundreds, it´s lost money. A bad move from Sesam Ltd. They should remember that the Universe is based on the law of reciprocity. Whatever they give out will come back to them. And if they consistently scam honest people, they´ll have to pay a big bill at some point, either emotionally, physically or mentally.
It´s sad to see that some people are so disconnected from themselves that they even use services that help people to connect with themselves, as a way of deceit and fraud!
Fake Persona Padre: A Scam
As you can see, it´s questionable that Padre truly exists. Everything on his website screams fake, fraud and scam. The comments on the internet are the last drop on the bucket. The readings are very likely generically created and are the same for everyone. There is no psychic connecting with the angels for you, nor are they giving you accurate information about your person or your future or past.
Padre is a fake psychic set up by a marketing company with no Soul, to gain passive income, because they are so passive about their own life, they don´t even know what their Soul´s path is!
It´s ridiculous to be honest.
If you are looking for guidance from a real psychic, that actually has a gift and can connect to forgotten aspects of you to help your step into your power, find a person you can connect with personally 1:1 either via phone, video or chat.