This guide is quite long, so if you want to skip ahead to any section, you can use these links:
- Finding a Psychic
- The Psychic Reading Marketplace
- Some Risks
- Why And When To Get a Reading
- Site reviews:
- How To Get The Best From a Free Psychic Reading
- Choosing A Marketplace
- Share Your Experience
A lot of people who come to me for a free love spell are interested in getting a psychic reading too. I’m a spell caster, not a psychic. While there are certain cross-overs in the two gifts, they are not the same thing. I can and do undertake a certain amount of ‘reading’ of a subject when I cast a spell on them, but my experience, skills, and efforts are all atuned to the casting of love spells.
Lots of people who use my free spells want the reassurance of a psychic reading. It’s perfectly understandable. When we are going through the pain of a breakup or find ourselves in a situation of unrequited love, we want to do everything possible to fix that situation. A spell is one avenue, and getting the insights of a clairvoyant or psychic can be another.
Whilst I don’t offer readings myself, there are no shortage of highly gifted and very experienced readers out there who can help.
So many, in fact, that choosing one can sometimes feel overwhelming.
That’s why I have put together this guide. Though I don’t do readings myself, I can at least help you find someone who does. As I said, there is a certain crossover in the gifts of spell casting and psychic reading, so I am perhaps better equipped than most to help sort the wheat from the chaff when it comes to finding a good reader.
Readers, Clairvoyants, and More
When I talk about psychic readers here, I am referring to all kinds of advisors. That includes clairvoyants, spiritualists, psychics, tarot card readers, numerologists, seers, mediums, chakra healers, astrologists, dream analysts, angel readers, and any other kind of advisor.
The different sites I will cover tend to use their own terminology. For the purposes of this guide I will use the terms psychic reader, reader, and advisor interchangeably. The advice and information here applies equally to all of them.
In this guide I will be discussing a number of psychic reading services. I want to make it clear that any services I name here are not recommendations. I have not used any of them personally for obvious reasons.
However, every service I have listed here has been used by people I have cast spells for. I have only included services that I have had direct feedback on, and where that feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. If a service isn’t named here that is not to say that it’s bad or that I’ve heard bad things, it may just be that nobody has given me any direct feedback.
My aim is to include more services over time. If you have used one not mentioned here, I’d love to hear from you and to share your experience here for others to benefit from.
While none of these named services are recommendations as such, they are places that I feel comfortable linking to because I’ve personally heard first-hand from people who have used them. People who I myself have helped with love spells. Because of the very personal (and metaphysical) connections I have with these people, I can be certain that the thoughts they have shared with me are genuine and heartfelt. And the best thing is that having asked them, many of them were happy for me to quote them in this guide. So when I go into more detail here about psychic reading services, you won’t be reading just my thoughts, but also the words of people I’ve cast for who have personal experience of those services.
Finding a Psychic
When I first started casting love spells professionally more than forty years ago, it used to be quite hard to find a psychic reader. At least it was hard to find a good psychic reader.
Back in those dark old days before the internet, if you wanted to get a reading — to find out if a loved one was cheating on you perhaps, or to find out if a romantic desire was reciprocated — there were only really two options.
The first was to get a personal recommendation from someone who had had a reading done themselves. Word of mouth had the advantage of turning up reliable recommendations, but let’s face it, psychic readers are not like dentists — not everyone has one. So finding a personal recommendation was difficult.
That left option two, which was to look in the small ads in the local newspaper. Older readers will remember that before Craigslist and Gumtree and all these other wonderful sites, it was the local newspapers we turned to when we wanted to find a plumber or a used car or a psychic reader.
The problem with the classifieds was that you never knew what you were going to get. Literally anyone could buy an advertisment in a newspaper and call themselves a clairvoyant. And literally anyone did. At a guess I’d say that for every ten ads, maybe one was a genuinely gifted reader. But there was virtually no way of finding out which one without trying them all. It was a minefield.
The Psychic Reading Marketplace
These days the situation is vastly improved. Now there are whole marketplaces dedicated to matching clairvoyants, psychics, tarot card readers, numerologists, spiritualists, and other such advisors, with the people who need them. Perhaps you’ve already heard of some of them. I’m going to talk about the most popular and well-regarded below (feel free to skip ahead).
These marketplaces, like all online marketplaces (such as eBay or Amazon for example), offer some serious advantages over the old ways of doing things.
- They are not bound by geography. Back in the old days, most readings were done face to face. You had to find someone local. Some advisors offered a telephone service, but with long-distance call rates being what they were back then, it wasn’t a popular option. The internet breaks down geographic boundaries. You could be sitting in New York and talking to a spiritualist in India, all through the magic of the internet. This means we have a much wider choice of advisors than ever before.
- They are regulated. The people who run the marketplaces have a certain reputation they want to maintain. Nobody wants to be known as the website where all the scammers and fakes hang out. So just by virtue of being on a central marketplace platform, we can have a degree of confidence in an advisor. That’s not to say there are no scammers, there will always be some. But they don’t get to stay around for long because the people who run the sites kick them off quickly.
- They have reviews and ratings. Perhaps the biggest advantage of all is that just like Amazon and eBay and other huge online marketplaces, those sites offering spiritual and psychic services have systems for leaving reviews and ratings for the advisors who are on them. Unlike plucking a random ad out of a newspaper and hoping for the best, these days we can check out the full review history of past clients for any reader we are thinking of contacting. This transparency takes away almost all the risk of getting a reading (I’ll talk more about risk in a moment).
- There are more contact options. Gone are the days of having to meet a reader in person, or talk to them on the phone. The marketplaces all offer secure communication systems that mean it’s possible to ‘live chat’. So we can talk to an advisor through a keyboard, like texting or using Whats App. I know a lot of people prefer this method of communication because it can be less intimidating than a face to face meeting or even a phone call. And if you do prefer to see who you are dealing with, video chat is an option on some sites too.
- They offer freebies. I’ll go into much more detail about this later. For now, the main thing to know is that all the main marketplaces for psychic readings offer a way of getting free time with a reader. How much time varies by site. But again, I’ll talk more about that later, after we’ve looked at the main markets. I’ll also give you some valuable tips on how to get the most out of a free reading, and how you can probably get all the answers you need without spending a dime.
Before we go any further, I must mention the risks involved in getting any kind of reading — be that a psychic reading, tarot reading, or anything else. These risks apply equally to any reader, website, classified ad or even personal recommendation.
The biggest risk inherent in getting a reading is that what you discover could alter how you see your situation, which in turn might impact the situation itself.
Here’s a real life example from someone I cast a love spell for. Claire’s case was straightforward enough, and after casting her spell I reported back to her that everything had gone well and she could expect to see some big changes in about 2-3 weeks. She decided to get a reading done because she wanted to know exactly how her boyfriend felt about her. In other words she wanted validation that the spell was working according to plan.
Unfortunately for Claire, she used a reader who was less than honest (to put it politely). Rather than go through a marketplace site with strict policies and customer reviews, she went to a local reader who had advertised on Craigslist. The reader, who I suspect thought she could sell Claire some extra ‘services’, told her that the spell had backfired and that it was driving her boyfriend further away from her.
Whilst what the reader said was not true at all, the fact that Claire thought it was true was a problem. It sent her into a spiral of deep depression, and that depression negatively impacted the spell. In other words the fake reading brought about a kind of self-fulfilling prophecy.
Fortunately for Claire, the spell was powerful and her depression only slowed it down by a matter of days. Her boyfriend was soon back. The damage was not too severe. But I have heard of cases where people have gone so far as to self-harm after getting a fake reading done. The reading itself isn’t the problem, it’s how someone reacts to it.
Another risk associated with psychic readings, and one that can affect even trusted marketplace sites, is the scourge of fake reviews. This problem afflicts all online marketplaces, including Fiverr, eBay, and even Amazon. Reviews for almost any product and service on almost any website can be bought for cash. I’ve written about this before in my article on Fiverr love spells, so I won’t repeat myself here. The main thing to know is that not every review we see online can be believed.
This is a fairly easy risk to mitigate when it comes to psychic reading markets. A great many genuine readers are very popular and have literally thousands of reviews. When that happens, we can be reasonably sure the reviews are real. It would simply be too expensive for a fake reader to buy that many reviews.
Also, and this is important, all the marketplaces have strict policies that prevent their advisors from buying reviews. If an advisor is caught gaming the system, they will be thrown off the site and banned. Obviously the system is not perfect, no crime prevention system in the world is, but it does mean the risk of this problem is low.
The takeaway here is that when choosing a psychic reader to work with, spend a couple of minutes checking through the reviews. Fake reviews are generally easy to spot — they are usually all posted on the same day, often in broken English (because the sellers of fake reviews tend not to be native English speakers), and they follow patterns saying the same thing using slightly different words.
Why And When To Get a Reading
There are as many reasons to get a psychic reading as there are people in the world. Everyone’s reason is different and personal to them. That said, most of the people who talk to me about readings they want or have had, have some things in common.
The usual reasons I see people getting readings are these:
1. To find out if someone is a potential soulmate / match.
Without wishing to ring my own bell, I am well practiced in the art of spell casting and I can usually make any two people fall in love, provided that doing so is in harmony with the universe. Some people want validation first though, before they commit to getting a love spell done.
Angela told me: “As you know I was desperately in love with this guy at work. I asked you to cast a spell on him and you agreed. But before you did the casting, I got to wondering if I was doing the right thing. What if we weren’t really meant to be together? I decided to get a reading done. I promised myself that if the reader said we weren’t a good match, that I would cancel the spell so you could use that time to cast for someone else who really needed it. Luckily for me the reader said we were a great match and that we would have a long and happy relationship together.” Angela’s reader was right. I checked in with her recently and they are still together — four years after I cast her spell.
2. To make sure there’s no bad karma.
I want to be quite clear here: I don’t believe in karma. In my experience that’s not how the universe works. However, I know a lot of people do believe in it, and I fully respect their desire to use a psychic reading to find out if using a spell is going to bring about bad karma or repercussions of some sort.
3. To check on the progress of a spell.
This is the most common reason I see for getting a reading. Again, personally I don’t think it’s necessary, but I completely respect people’s desire to know what’s going on in the head of the person they love after they have had a spell cast. I take no offense when someone tells me they had a reading done or that they want one.
Raffia got a reading for this reason, and he told me why: “I was confident your spell would work, but I am impatient and I found the waiting really difficult. I needed to know exactly what was happening. I read your advice about how only the person you cast a spell on knows how they’re feeling, but I needed to get inside Charlotte’s head. I needed to know for sure that something was happening, that she was at least thinking about me. I found a spiritualist on Oranum and went into a private chat with her. She worked through the spirit of my grandmother who was able to tell me that Charlotte was changing. She had stopped going out with the other guy and was spending more time alone. That was a good sign, but I wanted more. I found a psychic reader (again, on Oranum), and he said he could see a strong energy connection between Charlotte and me, and that Charlotte was radiating an energy that was clearly love. He said there was no doubt that the spell was working. He was right (and so were you!) Within a week Charlotte was mine”.
Site Review – Kasamba
At the time I am writing this, Kasamba is celebrating 20 years of continuous service. I believe that makes it one of the oldest pyschic reading sites out there.
You don’t get to be around for 20 years unless you are doing something right, so we can be sure that Kasamba is a high-quality service for getting psychic readings.
The site design is modern and clean and as soon as you arrive you can see some of their highly rated readers.
If you visit from a phone then you get an optimized mobile version of the site that loads quickly and is easy to navigate. Kasamba also has an app available, though it’s not really necessary as the website works fine.
You can sign up for a free account using an email address, or you can log straight in using a Facebook account if you have one.
Kasamba’s readers offer on-line chat, phone calls, and in some cases, both. Some readers also offer readings by email. You can choose to see only online chat advisors, or only phone advisors, but you cannot automatically search for advisors who offer email readings.
Prices are very variable, and range from less than $5 to $30 or more. There are free readings available too, more on those in a moment.
Readers are listed according to their area of expertise. There are plenty of people on the platform who are offering love readings, so it’s a good place for anyone looking to gauge how a love spell is performing.
The main page shows readers who are online and ready to help. You can see a photo and a very short bio. Clicking on the reader takes you to their main page where you can read about the particular services they offer, find their qualifications and experience, and of course, check their reviews.
A nice touch is that you can also see what languages a reader speaks — not everyone is a native English speaker so it can be helpful to find someone who speaks your language. Unfortunately there is no way to filter advisors by language, you have to check profiles individually
A few readers have just a hundred or so reviews, but most on Kasamba have tens of thousands. I covered the risks of paid reviews above, but when we’re talking about thousands of reviews, it’s very unlikely they’re fake; it just wouldn’t be cost effective for the reader. Also, the platforms do police this sort of thing. As I said, Kasamba has been around for twenty years and it wouldn’t have achieved that if it was a hideout for scammers.
You can get three minutes free with every reader from Kasamba — see the section below for how to make the most of this free time.
Before you chat with a reader you will need to provide a payment method (credit card, debit card, or PayPal), but of course you won’t be charged if you use just the free minutes.
What Others Are Saying
Lots of people who I’ve cast spells for have used Kasamba. Some of them were kind enough to share their experience.
Sharon said: “When I got nervous after you cast a spell for me, I used a psychic reading to reassure me that it was working. I got everything I needed from a three minute reading. I chose the Love & Relationships category, then the Cheating & Affairs sub-category because my husband had been cheating on me. That meant I could choose someone who was an expert in that area. There were a lot to choose from, so I just picked the first on the list. I figured that as it was in order of ranking they’d be the best. It took about three minutes to sign up, and then I was chatting to the reader. I had my questions ready and the lady at the other end was very friendly and professional. She didn’t keep me hanging around. She told me that she could see the effect of your spell and that Harvey was being pulled away from the other woman and back to me. It reassured me, and actually I would have been happy to pay for that reading. Getting it for free was a bonus. It put my mind at rest. Harvey came back to me about a week later. He doesn’t know about the spell or the reading!”
Angela said: “I liked the fact I could get a reading by email. I didn’t want to chat to someone. Even online, I’m too shy. Doing it by email put me at ease. I had to pay, there’s no free minutes when you use email, but I didn’t mind. It only cost me as much as a large Starbucks coffee and was so worth it to put my mind at rest.”
Andy said: “Great service from a lovely lady who was so caring and understanding. I actually went back and got another reading even after I got Claire back, because I wanted to know what the future held for us. Recommended.”
Site Review — Oranum
Oranum has been around for about a decade, having started in 2010. Although it’s homepage looks quite simple, it has some excellent features that make finding a suitable reader easy.
Personally I find the site design a little bit old fashioned, but that’s just my own taste. There is a mobile optimized version if you use a phone to visit, but it doesn’t show much information about the readers until you click on their photos.
Oranum uses a system of credits rather than charging directly per minute. As with all the sites I’m covering in this guide, you can get free credits when you create a free account, which means it’s possible to get a completely free reading.
The front page of the website shows a selection of readers currently online and available. You can see their photo, and if you’re on the desktop website you can also see their overall star rating, a short bio, and a set of flags showing the languages they speak.
One of the things I really like about Oranum is that their filter system is very good. Clicking the Filter by link lets you find readers not just by category, but also by star rating and spoken language. So if, for example, you need a Love Compatibility reading in English and you’re only interested in five-star advisors, you can get a list of suitable people in just a few taps.
Where Oranum really comes into its own though, where it is really different, is when you click or tap on an advisor.
This takes you to their personal page where you see the usual things like a longer bio and full star rating, as well as any awards they have won (more on those in a moment). But you also see the advisor live on video. It’s like watching a YouTube livestream or making a Facetime call (except they can’t see you). You can text chat them live, and see what others are saying to them.
This system gives you a kind of ‘try before you buy’ setup. Some advisors use the live stream system to give out general advice, and some offer free help publicly.
Most people will want to go into a private chat with the advisor at some point, rather than discuss their questions in public. In this case it’s a simple matter of buying credits. Oranum offers ten free credits when you sign up, which in some cases can be enough to get a couple of free readings.
In a private chat you can continue to talk with the psychic through text chat, or you can turn on your camera on your phone or computer and have a one-on-one video chat. In other words you can speak to a psychic, virtually anywhere in the world, as if you were sitting in the same room as them.
Oranum has been operating for ten years. They have hundreds of psychics on their system, and all have had to apply before being allowed to offer their services.
Although the review system is not as comprehensive as, say, Kasamba, you do get to see a star rating and how many ratings led to that overall score. So it’s easy to see only very highly rated psychics. It is a shame that you can’t see full reviews though.
Another feature unique to Oranum is their points and awards system. Customers can award points to psychics both publicly and in private sessions. Points are awarded for outstanding service or excellent readings. If a reader is given enough points, they win award badges, which are shown on their profite.
The site shows the top 100 psychic readers at any given time based on their points total. This top list and the award badges make it simple to find the most highly rated readers.
As I mentioned, a lot of the readers on Oranum offer free advice right in their live video stream. As long as you are signed in (and it’s free to create an account) then you can click or tap on their name and ask them a question right in the text chat and you may get an answer there and then. Of course, this will be public and anyone else in the chat will be able to see what you type, as well as see and hear the psychics reply, which may or may not be a problem.
Oranum offer ten free credits (well, 9.99 to be precise) when you create a free account. These can be spent on a private session, and with some psychics offering readings for five credits, you can potentially get two free readings.
What Others Are Saying
I’ve had lots of emails from people I’ve cast for about Oranum. Thomas’s message was very typical: “After you cast a spell on Mandy and we got together, I started to get paranoid that she didn’t really love me. I mean, she said she loved me, we were together all the time, we made love all the time, and everything was great. But I had this nagging doubt in my head. I kept thinking, what if it’s just the spell? I mean, obviously it was the spell, but I wanted the spell to make her love me properly, not, like, brainwash her or something. I was getting paranoid that she was brainwashed and one day she’d kinda wake up and wonder what the hell she was doing with me.”
I understand Thomas’s concern, it’s quite common. He continued, “I thought I’d get a reading from a clairvoyant. I’d used one once before, years ago, a woman who lived local to me, but she’d long since died. I searched online and really liked the look of Oranum because with the video system I could see the person who was doing the reading. It was as close as I could get to being with a person.”
Thomas said that being able to see the psychic before going into a private session gave him added confidence. “On the other sites you don’t know what the reader is going to be like until you’re talking to them. On this one I watched the clairvoyant live for, like, an hour before asking for a private reading. By then it was like I knew her a little bit. It made the whole reading much more friendly and relaxed because it was as if I was talking to someone I knew, not a total stranger.”
Cathy said something very similar: “At first I was like, video chat? I don’t want none of that! But then I figured out I could type my questions so the reader couldn’t see me. I could see her though. I watched three of them for hours before I chose the one I wanted to talk with. If they didn’t have the video I don’t know that I would have gotten to doing a real reading. Being able to see her live made me trust her.”
Site Review — Life Reader
Life Reader has been around for more than fifteen years, and it shows. It is a highly professional website that attracts some of the very best psychic readers working today. You will find psychic, tarot, and horoscope readings available, with readers specializing in various topics, as the site calls them.
Site design is clean and modern, with a nicely mobile-optimized version if you are using a phone.
When you first visit, you’re shown some of the premier readers — those whose review score has earned them a diamond badge of honor. Unfortunately there are no filtering options beyond picking a top level topic. For anyone reading this, that topic is likely to be Love and Relationships.
As I said above, the professionalism of Life Reader means the site attracts some of the best readers working today. Indeed some of those working there count Hollywood actors and Fortune 500 CEOs among their regular clients.
When you click on a reader’s name you’ll find a very comprehensive and detailed biography page. For every reader you can see how long they have been active on the site, how many readings they’ve done, how many reviews have been left for them, and a positive review percentage.
Some readers include an introductory video on their bio page as well as their written intro, giving you the opportunity to get to know them a bit more before contacting them.
Most of the readers have been around for many years, which not only gives confidence in them, it also gives confidence that Life Reader itself is a good marketplace. In my experience psychics are very discerning people and they won’t hang around on a second-rate website.
Readers have the option of giving their readings by text chat, phone, or email. Every reader offers 4 minutes free, which the most generous of all the sites I’ve covered here. There are packages available to get hefty discounts on extra minutes.
If there is a downside to Life Reader, it’s that there tend to be fewer readers online and available at any given time. However, this is I believe because their readers are of very high quality and are in constant demand.
All the marketplaces I’ve written about here require potential readers to apply to be accepted. However, to my knowledge Life Reader is the only site that requires its psychics to perform a live test reading for a qualified assessor before their application is considered. This gives an added degree of confidence that all the readers on the site have been thoroughly vetted.
Over and above that, every reader’s page shows how long they’ve been working on the site, how many readings they’ve done, their positive review percentage, and of course their actual reviews.
The fact you can choose a reader who has been quite literally tried and tested, and who has been working for years, makes it easy to avoid any ‘fly by night’ fakes.
Life Reader offers four free minutes with every one of their readers. That’s for a chat reading. They have an introductory rate for phone readings too if that’s what you prefer. This is the most generous free-reading package of all the sites I’ve looked at here. In the next section I’ll talk about how to get the most out of these free minutes.
What Others Are Saying
Life Reader has proved to be one of the more popular sites used by people I’ve cast for, based on my (admittedly not very scientific) counting of feedback. Janine said, “It was the best of all the psychic reading sites I tried. I found readers who have been working there for nearly ten years and who have done thousands upon thousands of readings and gotten great feedback. That gave me confidence to contact them. I’ve had about a dozen readings on Life Reader and I’ve never been disappointed.”
Roger said, “While I was waiting for you to cast my spell I got nervous that Sheila might not be my twin flame, even though I’d always been certain she was. I got a reading from a psychic who had done more than 12,000 readings, which kind of blew my mind. I used the free minutes and in that time the reader was able to put my mind at rest — Sheila was my twin flame. Then you cast my spell, and the rest was history.”
Adam told me, “Life Reader is amazing. I’m kind of addicted. There are two psychics there I use regularly. I’d say on average I get a reading every month. It started when you cast the spell and I wanted to know how it was working, and I was so impressed I kept going back. I always have something I want to know, and these days it’s usually about work. I’ve always been happy with the readings and would recommend it to anyone.”
Site Review – PsychicCenter
It might be one of the lesser-known sites out there, but PsychicCenter has actually been around for more than twenty years, making it the oldest of the sites reviewed here. Such longevity shows that they are a serious marketplace and they know what they’re doing.
PsychicCenter does not have the largest selection of readers, but that is perhaps because their rigorous review system weeds out anyone who is not up to the job — more on that below.
There are all sorts of readers active on the site, including psychic mediums, tarot card readers, astrologers, and love and relationship specialists.
Filtering options are limited to just price and availability, although it is also possible to select a category such as love and relationships, which would be of most interest to anyone reading this.
Readings are done either over the telephone (to a US number), or by text chat. This is one area where the site is showing its age — there’s no video chat or web-based voice chat on offer.
Unique among the sites reviewed here, PsychicCenter has a loyalty program. This certainly isn’t going to be of interest to everyone, but for those few who want regular readings, the option of getting 10% cash back will be welcome. Speaking of price, overall the readers at PsychicCenter are priced towards the lower end, going as low as $2/minute.
The site design is clean, modern and responsive. Though there’s no dedicated app, everything works just fine on a phone as well as a regular computer.
As I alluded to above, PsychicCenter is rather US-centric, so if you are not in the United States, one of the other services would probably be a better option for you.
PsychicCenter vets all their readers, though unlike Life Reader they don’t require live test readings before accepting new ‘advisors’. This is made up for with the comprehensive review system — more on that in a moment.
Every reader on the site has a very detailed profile page including their photo, introduction, pricing information, a summary of skills and languages spoken, and usually a schedule of availability. You can see how many readings they have performed, and their overall star rating (again, more on that below).
One of the very nice features PsychicCenter has is for their readers to offer a spoken introduction. Whilst these recordings don’t provide any more information than what’s already available in the written profile, the fact you can hear their voice is a huge bonus. As human beings we make better connections with certain people. Seeing a picture helps give us an idea of whether we will make a connection with someone, but hearing their voice gives us even more insight. It’s also a nice way to ‘break the ice’ — a number of people have told me that they felt like they had already ‘met’ their reader before they called them because they had heard them introduce themselves. Not all of the readers have recorded an introduction, and unfortunately there’s no way to filter only those who have.
Another feature of the profile pages is an interview section. This only applies to some of the more highly-rated readers who have been active for many years. The interviews, conducted by PsychicCenter, give a deeper insight into the reader, their skills, their way of working, and their personality. It’s a nice touch that, like the spoken introductions, helps you to get to know a reader before speaking to them.
PsychicCenter, having been around for more than two decades, is not a fly-by-night operation. Moreover, their review system is excellent — one of the best I’ve seen. It’s clearly based on Amazon’s reviews, which is a good thing; if it works for the world’s largest retailer, it makes sense to copy the idea, right?
For each reader you can see their overall score out of 5, their total number of reviews, the breakdown of how many reviews were 5 star, 4 star and so on, and of course you can read the reviews themselves and see when they were published.
Many of the readers have literally hundreds of reviews spanning many years, putting to rest any concerns about review manipulation.
PsychicCenter is unique among the sites reviewed here in that there is no advertised free reading offer. However, if you sign up for a free account (you only need to give them an email address and set a password), they will send you coupons for free minutes. It’s an unusual way of doing things, but I guess they don’t want too many people taking advantage of their free readings.
What is widely advertised on the site is an introductory offer whereby you can get ten minutes with any psychic for $5. It’s not a bad deal, especially when you consider the overall quality of the readers and the excellent review system that makes it easier to select the right reader for you. They also don’t let the reading run past the ten minute mark without confirmation you want to continue, so you can be sure you won’t go over the $5 spend. Still, if you’re interested in using PsychicCenter, I’d recommend signing up for the free account to get some free minutes emailed to you.
What Others Are Saying
I added PsychicCenter to this guide after enough people I have cast for had got in touch to tell me their experience.
Gregory said, “At first I dismissed them because there was no free reading. Then they emailed me a coupon for free minutes, so I gave them a try. I was surprised by how good the advisor was. She listened patiently and answered all my questions. Actually I was so impressed I went back a couple weeks later and paid to get a reading about a problem at work.”
Mette said, “The voice intro is a brilliant feature. I’m naturally shy and have trouble talking to strangers. Being able to hear the voice of the psychic before I chatted with her put me more at ease. Why don’t all the sites do that? I got a good reading and the medium put my mind at rest that the spell was working (which was right, it was, as you know!)”
Gavin said, “You should add PsychicCenter to your guide. They have some really good people and I’m not ashamed to admit I’ve had so many readings there that I’m in the loyalty program. Your readers deserve to know about this place.” Thanks Gavin — consider it added.
What About Fiverr?
I feel I should add a comment here about Fiverr because I get asked about it all the time. Unfortunately I don’t really have a very good opinion of. It has no filter for vetting service providers.
There are, I’m sure, some good genuine psychic readers somewhere on Fiverr, but the problem is that finding them can take a lot of time and money.
If you want to read more about this particular site, I wrote an article about finding love spells on Fiverr that goes into much more detail about its pitfalls and traps.
How To Get The Best From a Free Psychic Reading
If you’ve read through the site reviews above, you will have seen that all the marketplaces I’ve talked about offer some kind of free reading. This is usually in the form of a number of free minutes spent with a psychic reader or other advisor.
It may seem that three or four minutes of time is barely worthwhile, but actually in many cases it can be enough to get a good answer to a pressing question.
If you want to prove this to yourself, set a timer on your phone for three minutes, then try talking about something (anything) non-stop for that amount of time. You’ll almost certainly find it surprisingly difficult, because actually three minutes is ages.
That said, there are some tips to get the most out of any free reading time on any site.
1. Prepare your questions.
Indeed not just your questions, but everything you plan on saying to your psychic reader. If you want to cover everything in just the free amount of time, you’ll need to be prepared. So take a moment to put together a brief summary of your current situation.
I cast a spell for Gwen last year, and she got a good reading entirely free. Here’s what she told me about how she prepared: “I wrote out a bit about my case, about how my husband had been unfaithful and that you had cast a spell to make him come back and be faithful to me. I timed myself reading it and it was too long. I’d gone into too much detail. So I went back and trimmed it and cut it down until I could get everything important into one minute of talking. It’s quite surprising how much you can say in a minute if you have it prepared in advance! Then I wrote out the questions I wanted answers to: was the spell working, what was my husband feeling about me right now, and was he likely to come back? I had four minutes with the psychic, and by the time I’d read out what I’d prepared, that left nearly three minutes for her to answer my questions — it was more than enough time.”
2. Make sure everything is written down.
Being prepared doesn’t just mean knowing what you are going to say, you need to have it written down. Gwen talked over the phone to her psychic reader and she read from her prepared script. Andrew, who I also cast a spell for last year, wasn’t quite so prepared. “I thought I was being clever and worked out everything I was going to ask the psychic. I even timed myself saying it all, so I knew I had plenty of time. But when I got on the phone with him, my mind went blank! It was a nightmare. I knew it was in my head, but in the heat of the moment and with the pressure of the ticking clock, it just…went. I was like those entrepreneurs on Shark Tank who forget their presentation. Luckily Life Reader give you free minutes with all of their readers. So I wrote everything down, chose another reader, and started over.”
Having everything written down in advance takes the pressure off when you begin your reading. It’s even more important if you choose to do a text chat, because rather than using valuable time to type out your questions, you can copy and paste them into the chat screen.
3. Have a paper and pen at the ready.
It sounds obvious, but I know some people don’t take this simple step before calling a psychic. Rachel told me about her reading experience: “When I found who I thought was the perfect reader for me on Oranum, I couldn’t wait to speak to her! I got the free credits and was ready for my reading. In my excitement I didn’t prepare anything properly. I started the video chat and got talking through my case. The reader was amazing and she gave me some really deep insights about Xavier. But after the call was over I could only remember about half of what she told me. It was better than nothing, and I was happy because I knew what she had told me was all good, but I would have given anything to have a proper record, some proper notes. In the end I paid for more credits and had another call. This time I had a notebook and pen in my hand. It was worth the few dollars to have that extra time to take notes, but I should have done that the first time round.”
4. Record the session if you can.
Most computers, phones and tablets have ways of recording the screen. Doing this gives you a permanent record of your reading if you use online chat. Phone readings are more difficult to record, but it can be done by calling from Skype, and there are some apps out there that let you record calls too.
Angela had this to say: “I wanted to speak to a guy on Kasamba. I didn’t want to do a phone call because, well, I guess I’m just not good on the phone. I chose text chat. On the iPhone you can swipe up to get to a button to record everything that happens on the screen. I used that and it made like a movie of the whole reading. It was great. Every time I was feeling down I watched that movie. It was like re-living the reading again and made me feel that the reader was always there for me, always ready to help.”
5. Use more than one site or reader.
If the free minutes are not enough time to get all the answers you need, use more than one marketplace site or reader. By splitting up your questions and asking them to two different psychics, you get twice the free time. Life Reader and Kasamba give you free minutes with all the readers on their sites, so you don’t even necessarily even need to sign up in different places.
Georgie told me about how she did exactly this: “I chatted with a psychic on Life Reader using the four free minutes. It was a good reading, but right at the end he said something that made me think of a new question. I was going to pay for some extra time, but then I thought, oh, hey, I could just talk to a different psychic. I looked around and found another premier reader who was online and available. I went ahead and asked her the new question. It took a couple minutes to explain the background again, but that was fine, I had four whole minutes.”
By splitting her questions, Georgie got double the amount of free time. If she had needed to, she could have got even more by talking to different people on Life Reader, or even by signing up to one of the other sites and using their free minutes as well.
Free minutes might not be sufficient for everyone’s psychic reading needs. Used properly though, and with a little bit of preparation, they are a valuable resource.
Choosing A Marketplace
If you’re thinking of getting a pyschic reading and don’t know where to start, I’d suggest you begin by visiting the sites I’ve talked about above. Again, I’m not making any recommendations here, but I have had good first-hand feedback about all of them.
The sites are all free to join, and they all offer some kind of free reading time, so there’s nothing to lose (except time, I guess) by giving them a try.
Update: Since first publishing this guide, I’ve had even more feedback from people I have cast for, telling me in detail about their experiences. I’ve been keeping a kind of scorecard recording this feedback. Based on that, I would say if you don’t know where to start, then go with Kasamba — you are unlikely to be disappointed.
Share Your Experience
It’s taken a long time to put this guide together, and I sincerely hope it has been useful. I’d especially like to thank all the people who kindly allowed me to share their experiences for the benefit of others.
I plan on adding to this page over time, and hope to review some more psychic reading services here. I would love your feedback. If you have had a psychic reading in the past, or if you are about to have one, and if you would like to share your story, I’d love to hear about it. If I’m casting for you then we’re already in contact, if not, drop me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. As with all the feedback I post on this website, including the popular love spell stories, I always change names and remove any identifying information to ensure your privacy.