In our series of reviews about psychics to watch out for we found another one, called William the Guardian Angel. What sounds very welcoming at first, is a scam from the book. Given the fact that William has a big following, it´s surprising that he is not a genuine psychic. So we did our research about him.
Since we have been scammed as well and therefore take our reviews very seriously, we went on a hunt for information about William. Usually there is a pattern that fake personas or con artists in the spiritual field follow, so we went to check which ones William the Guardian Angel applies to his business!
Similar to Exceptional Ron, which is a downright fake persona created for entertainment only, William introduces his clients to himself with a short video and offers them free readings. Most of the time free readings are just a way to pull people in, to then start harrassing them via email until they buy a more extensive reading.
Like most of the other psychics, William gives general information in his free readings and then keeps pushing you to buy in-depth readings at a higher cost. The in-depth readings would include, of course, the solution to all your problems, which he does not give away in the free readings though. Most of them time it has to do with a curse or bad luck that is waiting for your, if your don´t get the help of the psychic.
This is a big read flag, since a true psychic does not need to pressure you to buy, nor do they need to lie saying they give free readings! When in fact they want you to pay. If they work full time as a psychic they can offer their readings for a cost of course, as an exchange for living expenses like everybody else.
Whenever we see that a psychic offers their readings for free, we get highly suspicious.
William is a psychic to watch out for. He says he´s part of the Brotherhood from Notre-Dame-des-Sources and his mission is to serve the poor. Therefore his services are of no cost so that he can serve everyone. When you look up the brotherhood though, you find out that it´s a monastery in the Republic of Congo, with less than fifty monks, who all do manual labor. It´s surreal to believe that William is part of the monastery, but not living in Congo, doing his duty like everyone else of the monks.
He claims that he wants to help as many people as possible, but promotes his services through the internet. However, if his mission was truly to work with the poor, he might have no time left to set up a website and reach far and wide through the interwebs. If he´d be working with the people around him alone in his city, he for sure would be busy enought ot forget about his new website, let aline free online readings!
To really serve only the ones that dearly need his services, he says he personally selects you. Once you get in touch with him, he´ll look at your problems and let you know if he can work with you.
Williams biography is similar to some of the other psychics, we reviewed already. He claims to be from a highly spiritual family and his gifts have been passed on through generations. He supposedly travelled all over the world and has studied with revered teachers and masters, though he does not reference who these are.
If you´d like to receive a reading with him, you need to mail him your email, name, date of birth and the marital status. The last part is certainly to know, if you can offer you love readings or relationship enhancement readings! After you sign up for his free help, he even requests you to send him your phone number and street address, in case he receives an urgent messages from spirit about your future. You can skip that part, but it´s highly suspicious that he even asks for so detailed information! It might help him to find out more about your whereabouts to specify his ‘readings’.
After you sign up, you receive your first email already one hour later. Given the fact that William wants to help as many people as possible, that´s very quick for someone so busy helping the less fortunate.
In the reading he gives such general information, it could refer to anyone. It´s very extensive, but nothing new under the moon, let alone anything special related to you as a person. He mentions that he has analized the astrological chart, although the time of birth and the place of birth was not given to him. He goes on saying that he knows the expectations of the person of the free reading, although there was no exchange about that.
He then promotes his angelic friends to help you on your journey and a reading to start with. The email does not mention the price, but if you click on it it´s either $69 or 2x $34.50. And here is where the free reading ends.
Their address is:
World Trade Center
1st Floor- Unit 1.02 Suite 253
6 Bayside Road GX11 1AA
They claim that you are eligible for a refund if you email them within 14 days. However, if your reading was digital, that policy does not apply. And guess what, all readings are done via email and are therefore digital, so you can´t claim the refund.
We didn´t even try this, so we left it at that. Like most of the other psychics that we found out as non-existent or as total scams, he certainly starts with scare tactics of how doomed you are, so you believe you need healing from him here and now, so that he can relieve you from your curse.
William, the Guardian Angel is in fact not an angel at all and you better stay away from him, if you´d like to get a real reading from a real psychic.
A good psychic is trustworthy, can be reached in person in real time, and will respond to you with love and care. If a psychic starts pressuring you with emails, is emotional blackmailing you and using manipulation to get your money, better leave.
Always check your sources before you trust a psychic and find reviews that show the depth and devotion of them first! A true psychic sees your Soul and can therefore change your life for the better, reminding your of the love and harmony within!