Has anyone heard of these so called clairvoyants. I received one from Evastrella yesterday. The postage came from the UK and the reply envelope to Bedford, UK. It was addressed to me personally and stated that she would attend a seance that would be attended by many clairvoyants from Europe & America.
The reason she would act on my behalf was that I have never received a money win that was promised by other clairvoyants, so she would "open up my aura" so that I could receive the sum of £83,000. I'm afraid I smell a rat again here. I would appreciate any opinions on this one.
Post by Kevin Harrington on Jun 28, 2004 11:30:14 GMT
Another attempt by crooks to get their hands on our hard-won money. Please do what you can to bring the crime to the notice of the public.
It is easy to assume that everyone has access to the Internet, and so can be reached by this and the other websites dedicated to spreading the word, but half the world does not have access to a telephone, let alone the Internet.
You may like tio read the first part of the first sentence of the letter that "Evastrella" sent to my mother "To be delivered by 9 July 2004":
"It is marvellous that you have replied to my letter of the 14th of June..."
There is only one minor problem with this: my mother died 11 February 2004, was cremated 24 February 2004 and her ashes buried, by myself, with my dad's 22 June 2004.
I have been logging all those "Psychics" who have mailed her since her death and the list is horrendous - most of them not just once, but regularly (monthly, or more frequently).
What is curious (not) is that I received (mailed from the Republic of Nauru) letters from 2 Australian lottery "proxys". I sent back letters informing them of her demise and they wrote back (ozemail.com.au) with a letter containing 13 versions of her name and address (one of which doesn't exist - the house number is wrong, but the post code is right), along with giving a name I neither used, nor belongs to my mother (at her address). At the same time, the letters from various "psychics" seem to have stopped - but only time will tell.
Be wqary that Evastrella will send a letter via a different name saying she has asked him to do a prediction for you for free . This is shortly followed by an official looking 'sheriff's officer style' demand notice from a firm called Taurus saying that you will face Court charges if you do not pay immediately for goods received. I was able to respond that the person in question had never taken up the offer therefore no goods had been sent. Did suggest any further notification would be sent to the Fraud Squad. Have heard nothing since....