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AstrologyAnswers.Com Review- Is AstrologyAnswers A Psychic Scam?

So you’ve heard about AstrologyAnswers.Com and you’re interested in getting answers to your questions about Astrology. Well, you’ve come to the right place!  We’ve reviewed this site to give you all the information you need before you decide to make a purchase.  This site is a psychic scam and not a legitimate source of Astrology answers.

AstrologyAnswers.Com is an online astrology question and answer site that provides real astrology solutions. It is created by a team of experienced astrologers. Astrological solutions are based on the real information about the world of astrology.

Excellent horoscope, bad reading

When I discovered AstrologyAnswers.com a few years ago, the founder was a woman named Katherine. Unfortunately, Catherine wasn’t a real person, and people didn’t immediately understand that. The fact that they found out changed the company a bit.

Instead, they decided to promote a man named Adrian Duncan as their founder. Duncan was featured all over the site and even starred in the previously released opening video. Duncan is a well-known and experienced astrologer, so I understand why they work with him.

He wrote books about astrology and even led a school for astrologers. This is good news. The bad news is that AstrologyAnswers.com is only using his name. He didn’t really testify or talk to the customers.

The relationship between him and AstrologyAnswers.com was such that they paid him to put his name under emails and lectures that were not actually written by him. An unknown person created these readings and made them look like they came from a real astrologer.

Duncan is still on the website as part of the team, but they don’t mention him as much anymore.

AstrologyAnswers.com is definitely tricky. They are very good at creating special illusions to fool potential customers. Nevertheless, their daily horoscope section is real. They even have legitimate astrologers like Debra Silverman and Terence Guardino who post weekly videos for them.

Silverman and Guardiano are experienced astrologers and the information they provide is authentic. Adding this element of reality helps AstrologyAnswers appear real and authentic. It gives people false hope and encourages them to buy a reading at home.

The problem is that although Duncan, Silverman and Guardino are all highly qualified astrologers, you can’t get readings from any of them on the site! They do not testify for AstrologyAnswers because they have their own personal business that they run. They are simply cooperating with the website by providing their name and personality and getting paid for it.

When you open readings on the site, you have to choose between other readers whose options we do not know. You can’t expect to get a reading from Adrian Duncan, only his name is used by AstrologyAnswers.

You can’t even get a reading or talk to her master astrologer Dawn Ann. It’s on the website and it’s the one sending out the emails, but don’t try to check it.

Why I’m suspicious

When you first visit AstrologyAnswers, you will find your daily horoscope and various articles related to astrology and horoscopes. The articles are rather simplistic and don’t give much useful life advice in my opinion.

Unfortunately, the horoscopes are the only good thing about this company. If you just want to read your daily horoscope, you should definitely check it out. But if you’re looking for real paranormal readings, I’d look elsewhere. Contact one of the reliable and vetted paranormal networks on my review page for reliable advice.

I say that because their free lecture is just the beginning of a whole series of general lectures you get when you sign up. To register for this introductory lecture, you must provide New Peak Media with a large amount of personal information. This includes your date of birth, place of birth, marital status, employment status, gender, etc.

Once you’ve given them this information, all you have to do is sit back and wait for a flood of emails to come in. I signed up with AstrologyAnswers on 14/2/20 and have since received thirty-eight emails from them. Thirty-eight letters in a month and a half! It’s almost daily.

She, or should I say Dawn Ann, has only taken occasional breaks in her correspondence with me. The speed with which they send these letters tells me that they are probably not from Dawn Anne or a real person. I truly believe these are computer generated emails they are sending to everyone at once.

All the readings were so assertive and overly aggressive. They tell me to see what I’ve done wrong, that I’m about to miss my chance for a better life, that I’m missing out on a fantastic life opportunity, etc.

When I finally decided to pay to read, I decided to do a little experiment that I like to do when I suspect scams. I signed up under a different name and email address and to my surprise the two statements were almost identical except for the name and date of birth!

I had the choice between a one-time payment of $67 and $87, while paying in three installments of $29 each. Since the statements are computer generated, I received the statements within minutes of paying, which is another indication that nothing from this company is real.

It has also come to my attention that AstrologyAnswers.com is affiliated with an astrologer named Nora from PremiumAstrologer.com. While I don’t know anything personal about her, I’ve heard a lot of negative things about her. I’ll be doing my own research on this soon, but I wanted to say it quickly. She has a reputation for being a con artist and a fraud.

I think AstrologyAnswers.com realized that Nora was a bad name to associate with, so they tried to remove her name and any trace of her presence in their company. You won’t find Nora’s name anywhere else on AstrologyAnswers, but a previous user was able to take a screenshot with the two names together in a reading request form.

There is no question that the two men are currently doing or have done business together. Given the many accusations that Nora is a con artist, the fact that AstrologyAnswers.com is linked to her seems alarming to me.

Total negative experience

I did some research online to see what others thought of this company. I found out I’m not the only one who thinks they’re scammers. Many people have reported receiving readings for the wrong astrology site, even though they had entered their date of birth.

Many people have also complained that their credit cards were charged more than expected. Many people were dissatisfied because they had paid for a monthly reading package and never received anything.

Many people complained about the general content of the lectures. It seemed to them that the testimony they had received was so general and could apply to anyone. Every lecture comes with a sales pitch at the end, and it’s also incredibly boring.

They claim to offer a 60 day refund policy if you are not satisfied with the service. This is a generous deadline, but several users have reported that they never got their money back despite their request. I haven’t personally tried to get a refund, so I can’t comment, but it was a common complaint.

If you decide to have AstrologyAnswers read or pay for any of her services, consider these tips:

  • Use a prepaid or one-time credit card so they can’t withdraw money without your permission.
  • Keep an eye on your subscription renewal date, if you’ve chosen one, to make sure you have money left over. Their terms of service state that they will not tell you in advance when they will charge your card.
  • Remember, no astrologer, no matter how talented, can create and read your birth chart/transits in five minutes or less. If your answers are coming in so fast, they are probably computer generated.

Finally

I really have to compliment AstrologyAnswers.com for updating their website. They have a list of all new astrologers and the site itself is very colorful and user friendly. Your horoscopes are excellent and I would not hesitate to consult them regularly.

I don’t understand why they use the names of talented astrologers to give the impression that they work with them when that is not the case. I don’t like to believe that I could talk to any of them or that they are the ones working on my birth chart.

I also don’t like receiving computer-generated emails almost daily with attention-grabbing headlines. This is a big red flag that makes me not want to pay for anything anymore. The final straw was the realization that when I get a lecture, it’s very formal and everyone gets the same thing.

I like to call or chat with a psychic and discuss intimate things with them, instead of reading what they think about me without ever talking to them. Real psychics will not try to contact you every day because they are too busy reading for the clients who contact them.

If they’re really talented, they’re not going to sit back and try to get people to pay to read. You know that curses and spells do not exist and your future is not predestined. You have the ability to change it at any time by your free will. They don’t claim to know exactly what will happen to you and when.

They simply help you do what is best for you using their gifts and skills. They help you understand what you want and what kind of future you want for yourself. Once this is established, they can advise you on the best way forward. They will also teach you how to remove obstacles.

If you are looking for spiritual guidance without gimmicks or games, check out the paranormal networks below. These are the ones I have personally consulted, and I can vouch for the quality of service I have received.