As with most of these types of scams, I have a hard time wrapping my brain around WHY would someone be so gullible as to give their cash to someone without questioning their motives. I guess suspicious minds like mine are just not trusting enough to loosen the grip on my cash. That fortune teller must be one smooth talker to charm the money right out of the hands of her customers.
And over such a long period of time!
I'm just beginning to doubt the veracity of that Nigerian who sent me am email about an inheritance!!
What a coincidence, a Nigerian prince a wants to give me his fortune!
This story is full of essence of weirdness. Not my style at all.Blessings and Bear hugs.
As they say, god bless the weird ones ;P
You have to be kidding....really????
Got to love the gullible ones :)
This has got to be a joke! Maybe they were hypnotized beforehand. I just can't imagine someone handing over so much money for that reason. And it's one thing making a mistake and giving someone a load of money on a one-off, but it's another thing to do this several times over a period of 2 years.
It does make you wonder whether they were just incredibly easily manipulated or if the clairvoyant was just that convincing.
My parents got fooled by so many scams over the years before they lost everything. My favorite was the time they wired their last $25,000 of retirement funds to two guys in Canada with the hope they would "win" a million dollars in return. True Story!!!!
Oh wow! Did they get it back?
Psychics....what a sham! It isn't like they're someone legit, like those guys who prepare horoscopes for the Sunday newspaper. ;)
Well astrology is a science ... it's got an ology on the end of it.