What you should know reading online reviews and testimony about love spells
If you want to find reviews and testimony about love spells
I sincerely understand and approve of those who want to find online reviews and testimony about love spells, and only after that choose and contact a spell caster. It’s very smart of them, because today there’re so many frauds wanting to make money on people’s credulity. If I were looking for a witch to cast a love spell for me, I’d like to find out what her clients think about her first. And only after that I’d call her.
No advertisement can replace reviews and testimony left by those who ordered love spells. Wanting to cheat you, the spell caster will tell you anything, as well as those who promote his services (you’ll find out more about it below). They know that those reading reviews and testimony believe all of it has been written by actual people and all the information is true. But there’s one thing… Usually people aren’t willing to share with others the fact that they’ve ordered a love spell. People love spells are put on don’t know about it. Those who ordered photo love spells will likely keep it a secret. That’s why reviews and testimony on love spells cast with the help of a photo are so rare.
Why else it is so difficult to find reviews and testimony on love spells written by those who ordered them
All magical rituals are sacral. People who had a love spell cast (by a professional witch) remember the warning not to tell others about it. Any magic, especially very powerful one, hates chatter. That’s why original reviews and testimony on love spells are so rare.
People who had a love spell cast are afraid of telling others about it, as it can destroy that love the witch created for them. Once you start talking about the love ritual, it starts losing its power. The more you talk about it – no matter how sincere you are – the weaker the magic becomes (and eventually disappears!).
Another explanation to why there’s so little information when you google “love spell photo who put it” is ethics. Would you want to find out that you’ve been cast a love spell on, reading reviews and testimony about photo love spells? I doubt it. That’s why whose who ordered photo love spells prefer not to tell about the love ritual performed, or the witch or the sorcerer they hired.
Some reviews and testimony about love spells can still be found on the Internet. Why?
You can still find some pretty detailed reviews and testimony about love spells. However, I want to warn you: most of them are not real. They appear on the Web either as an advertisement or as a tool to promote a website or a spell caster. When a spell caster wants to promote himself, he posts reviews and testimony about his work in the form of praising letters written by a “thankful client”. The aim of this post that is designed to look like reviews and testimony about love spells is not to draw the attention to the spell caster, but to place a link that will allow the website owner who paid for the post to get his website on top of Yandex or Google search results.
Fake reviews and testimony written by “clients” thanking a spell caster are more dangerous. It confuses people making them expect help from those who can’t even cast a love spell correctly or can even harm them.
Fake reviews and testimony about photo love spells are easy to identify:
- they are nicely written (because they’re written by journalists hired by the spell caster);
- they are usually grammatically correct;
- extensive use of magical terms (“clients” tell about it as if they are professional spell casters themselves; it betrays spell casters who write reviews and testimony about themselves);
- fake reviews and testimony are usually posted on websites which are not related to magic; it means someone paid for posting them there.
Reviews and testimony by those who ordered love spells from me on my website
To confirm the aforesaid, you won’t find praising reviews and testimony written by people who ordered love spells from me on my website. By the way, I could’ve posted hundreds of them if I wanted to. Yes, I’ve cast hundreds of successful love spells. I just want to be honest with you so I want my clients to write what they want about me.
Besides, I warn my clients that they must not talk about having a photo love spell cast and they don’t. So even if you find reviews and testimony about my work, it will be about my fortune telling or stories about me curing people or saving them from poverty, but not about photo love spells. This kind of magic must not be talked about. Besides, my thankful clients usually write not about what exactly my predictions were but how correct they proved to be. And they are correct, trust me.
Still, where can you find reviews and testimony about photo love spells?
There’s one sure way. It’s forums where people discuss magic and witchcraft, as well as their personal experience of paying for magical services. You can bump into fake reviews and testimony there too, but the chances are lower. Besides, you can always ask, “Ladies and gentlemen, which of you had a love spell cast? Could you write a review about a photo love spell?” That way, you will likely receive a real review which will help you chose a real witch who will be able to help you.
Another way is not to try to find a review and testimony but order some not very complicated magical help from me (such as love or fidelity fortune telling or magical diagnostics). When you are convinced of my magical powers, you will be able to entrust me with solving more complicated problems of yours. Which exactly? Find out here.
(c) Witch Reddy