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Astrology and Psychic Scams:
Marie-Rose Valmont

Did Marie-Rose Valmont contact you? Can Marie-Rose Valmont help you turn your life around or "come into money"? People desperate to improve their lives will often turn to bizarre methods. While there are many religions and beliefs in the world, one thing is constant, scammers seek to exploit the desperation and naÔvetť of gullible people everywhere. While it is often difficult to prove that an astrologer or psychic is a scam artist, because they are usually careful to speak in vague generalities and not make specific claims or promises, it is safe to say that ANY psychic or astrologer who contacts you IS a scammer. Their motive is money; your money. Sooner or later, that becomes apparent with all scammers.

Another so-called astrologer and psychic, Marie-Rose Valmont (from many countries) is exposed as a fraud on many websites and forums. 


Here is an example of the Marie-Rose Valmont scam:

We have not got a current example - if you receive one, please forward it to us!

If you received a letter from a psychic or astrologer, please send us a copy! This is only one example of this so-called psychicís letter. There may be other letters peddling similar useless lucky charms and paraphernalia.


If you received a letter from a psychic or astrologer, please send us a copy! This is only one example of this so-called psychicís letter. There may be other letters peddling similar useless lucky charms and paraphernalia.

See this page for how to try to get a refund and how to stop their emails.

Below are links to other exposes' and discussions of the Marie-Rose Valmont scam:

the Government of New Zealand's consumer scam office web site and

 

 

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