Addressing the Negativity
You may have seen a couple of posts on a competitor’s website in a community forum that were less than flattering about me and my website. While dispelling any and all negativity online is not realistic, I do want to address these concerns because I’ve had several clients mention this lately and ask me if the allegations are true or not.
Firstly, no – the allegations are not true. I’m not a scammer.
One of the concerns someone mentioned was that I don’t respond to emails. I respond to ALL emails and messages within 24 hours. I check my spam folder daily as well to ensure I don’t miss anything. I freely provide my direct email address on my site, I also have a contact form, a Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Quora and a couple of other social media accounts.
I am one person…it’s difficult for me to respond to every single message across all platforms, but I do my very best to respond as quickly as possible. One of the biggest complaints about other spellcasters that clients mention to me is that the spellcaster doesn’t respond to their emails. So I always make sure there are multiple ways to contact me.
Another complaint mentioned was that my emails aren’t personal or that they seem to be automated. This is partially true and let me explain why. Like most online companies and blogs, I do use email marketing as a tool to keep in regular contact with my clients.
I usually send out one or two personal/direct emails per month and the rest are emails that go out in an automated sequence whenever someone joins my mailing list. Again, this is a very common practice among bloggers. The solution to this issue is quite simple. If you don’t like receiving those emails you are welcome to unsubscribe from the mailing list with one click.
Finally, some concerns were raised about the photos of myself that I use as well as how long I’ve had an online presence. Like many people, I value my privacy. Therefore I don’t like to post too many photos of myself. The one I used on my site for a while showed me with blonde hair. Admittedly, that was an older photo. I have recently changed it to a more current photo of myself which shows that I have dark hair. I also have a YouTube channel now which you can use to verify that I’m an actual human being if you still have concerns.
As to not having an online presence for very long, that’s simply not true. I’ve been providing spellcasting services since around 2015. I started on Fiverr and like many others on that platform, my account was suspended. This happened to many other popular spellcasters who were on the platform at the same time as me. After that, I tried various ways to continue to make a living doing what I do best, but nothing seemed to work. In early 2019 I created magickalspot.com and began writing articles like a mad woman! It was nearly a year before I made a single penny.
I hope this clears up some of the “bad press”. Please remember that I’m a human being. I am not omnipresent. I cannot possibly be online 24/7, answering every question within minutes. I do have to actually do the work of casting spells, and maintain a personal life as well because I do have a husband and children.
If you’ve tried to contact me and I haven’t responded within 24 hours, please contact me using another method such as my email: firstname.lastname@example.org. That’s the easiest way to reach me as I check my email multiple times per day. Other platforms such as Quora or Facebook I check at least once a day.
If after reading this, you still have concerns, I would encourage you to give my services a try. My spellcastings start at just $25. 🙂 The proof of my skill is in the work that I do and there are testimonials available on every link on my shop. When you get results, you’ll have all the answers you need.