A tarot reading can help you to learn about your future, and make sense of the present. Tarot readers formulate questions and then use cards to interpret what may be taking place in your life.
Unfortunately, not all tarot readers are genuine. There are many scammers, with some having no tarot reading skills at all, while others have fake online profiles.
However, there are genuine ones, so you should not lose hope of getting a legitimate tarot reading.
Here are tips on how to ensure that you invest in an accurate tarot reading without getting scammed.
Check out the website or mobile app for authenticity.
Mostly, you will be looking for a tarot reader online, via a website or mobile app. An authentic website or app is well-organized and has the required details. It should contain the type of psychic used, bios of the tarot readers, reviews, and rankings.
Be wary of a website that doesn't give much information and one where a single person claims to provide all types of psychic help. No one can be a jack of all trades and do it well.
Scrutinize the profile
A profile can help you differentiate between a genuine tarot reader and a scammer. Check their profile carefully and note details. For example, check the information they provide on the profile. Does it seem genuine? Have they included their previous tarot reading work? Have they included qualifications? Is the profile picture real or it’s a tarot card or an avatar?
Does the tarot reader sound genuine in describing their service, or do they sound too good to be true? If they exaggerate their service, such as stating 100% accuracy on all readings, then you should be careful. A genuine reader gives realistic results.
They also indicate the method they use in their profile. A tarot reader should show that. They should not just say they are psychic readers without revealing the psychic techniques they use. Remember, the best reader is the one who has specialized in it, instead of a do-it-all.
Check the Ratings and Reviews
After you single out the tarot readers you can work with, it is time to check what other previous clients are saying. Check the ratings and reviews left by their previous clients.
Check the website to find out the general rating given. A high rating means that other clients were satisfied by the service. Some websites have the option of filtering the readers based on particular criteria. You can filter based on the ratings so that you have the highly rated ones on top.
Check the reviews to find out what previous clients have written about the quality of the reading. The reviews should not be edited. The tarot reader should have both good and bad reviews. Find out how the tarot reader addresses the negative reviews. Check the wordings of the clients on the reading. Did they use words such as amazing or incredible? Then they must have received a great reading. Just make sure to check that the reviews are not edited but straight from the client.
How long has the tarot reader been in the business? This information should be on the website. If they have many years of experience and reviews to back it up, then they are likely to provide genuine service.
A scammer is likely to have little or no experience, with low ratings and bad or edited reviews.
How Does The Tarot Reader Engage With You?
A tarot reader should use their psychic skills to give you an accurate reading. However, a scammer can still make you think they are good at tarot reading. Is the reader asking you too many questions? Are you the one talking the most? A scammer can use these tricks to make you speak more so that they can discover more about you.
You can know a good tarot reader by how they engage with you. Take advantage of the free minutes, usually provided by most psychic websites to study the tarot reader. Ask questions and note their response. If their response is satisfactory, then go ahead with the paid reading.
Also, opt for private chats that don't reveal much about you. This will allow the reader to use their intuition. The reader will not have heard your voice or seen you, and so they won't make assumptions based on your outward appearance.
If you opt for face to face, wear plain clothes, and talk less. This way, the reader will not give feedback based on your looks and on what you say.