There are three easy ways to spot a psychic fraud. Number one. I put for my question (not wish) Who am I? And this was part of what I received. “I am aware of your most important wish: who am I?” Obviously, this is not a wish. This is how a form letter program answers things. Secondly, any person who tries to tell you that you are unhappy, unlucky or cursed and need their help to undo any of these problems is only looking for your money. Third, and most importantly, if a psychic asks for money in any way, they are a fraud. A real psychic that is true to the gift, will never accept money for a reading. I know this because I am one, and even though I live in extreme poverty, I do readings internationally for free and have for the past 15 years. There is a vow that exists among those who are true to the gift. “When good is done for you, you are bound to return it threefold. And if you shall help another you will not accept payment, but shall bind the one served to likewise help yet another three (people).” Please do not let your friends and neighbors be had by any person who claims to have the gift, yet requests money. It gives those of us who actually have it a bad name and we are tired of the scams.