Late night channel surfing will have you stumbling upon a few different psychic TV ads from time to time. Although tempting, with nothing to tell you how genuine they are, it is hard to trust just calling them. That is why many people turn to the internet to find a trusted psychic.Â Psychic Source is one of the most reputable psychic websites online, but that doesn't stop the wary from searching Google for "Psychic Source scam".
San Jose, CA 11/19/10 - Mary McRae and http://www.AskRealPsychics.com offer information on psychic service websites and are proud to announce their newest article addressing the Psychic Source scam.Â "Psychic Source has been and continues to be one of the premiere online psychic services.Â In fact, they are the service we trust most.Â Most people are misinformed about choosing a psychic online, so we've dedicated our site to help consumers get the facts about these psychic networks." says Mary McRae, a freelance writer based out of San Jose.
The folks at Psychic Source pride themselves on psychic readings since 1989 and offer a variety of services on the site. Their main attraction at this time is the special price for new clients. Although each psychic has his or her own price, some lower than others, the special rate is just for the first time caller. The price range is not that large, but it does seem fair for a good reading.
You will find that they have 24 advisors on board at any given time and you can see all of them on one page. This seems like a small amount of psychics for a site today, but sometimes smaller is better, especially if they are picky about the people they use. Their advisors are rated by stars and a quick glance shows you that most advisors have a three to five star rating and the majority of them have thousands of reviews.
Each psychic comes with their own page that includes a mini-bio about themselves, their list of specialties and client feedback. What really stands out in the feedback section is that no matter whether the review is positive or negative, they are all listed together. This adds credibility to the site and the psychic, showing that they do not eliminate negative feedback to make themselves look better.
The site also offers a free email reading, some instant readings and a section for horoscopes along with tarot. Only first time clients are permitted to get the free email reading after they register. And, unfortunately the instant readings are computer generated, so the validity of those types of reading don't carry much weight. However, the tarot section is set up just like the psychic one, with similar prices.
The biggest pro to the Psychic Source site is the small list of advisors and how they are listed on the front page, easily viewable and accessible. The price range is very fair, it may not be the cheapest around, but it is very affordable for this type of business. The good and the bad reviews give credibility to the site and the psychics and the ability to test things out at an introductory rate is very tempting for first time clients.Â More info about the Psychic Source scam can be found at AskRealPsychics.com.