Complaint / review text:
If you're thinking about ordering a spell from www.realgiftedspells.com, think twice! Read my story first.
I believe in spells and I came upon this website called realgiftedspells.com. The website is really nice and it has an air of legitimacy. I even came upon other sites admiring the services of Brother Child, the spell caster. There's even a Youtube video of a woman admiring Brother Child. There are blogs saying nice things about him.
So I used my Paypal and paid for $495 Lottery Win Spell X3. I paid him through 3 installments of $165 each. I e-mailed him and he replied to get my personal information needed for the spell casting. After that he didn't reply after 3 e-mails. I only got a response from my third e-mail when I provoked him and threatened him that I would expose him for what he is.
He replied in his last e-mail that my spell has been cast. But I saw through his lie because I paid only on January 2,2012 and he said on February 13 that its been cast. My spell takes 14 days to cast and it was only 6 working days after I paid and he claims to have cast it?!
Along with this I came upon other blogs discussing him as a fraud saying he won't reply after he's got your money. This is when I realized I've been had. All those websites and blogs saying nice things about him were all elaborate lies to persuade people to buy his service.
I'm trying to recover my money through Paypal and I'm hoping to get it though dispute and claims. So folks don't ever trust this website and better go to Britain because they have more ethical spell casters there. America is just so full of scammers!