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July 27, 2010

Beware of Craigslist Love Spells

by Amelia Piper
Craigslist: Popular For Love Spells

We’ve been seeing a lot of love spells popping up on Craigslist recently. Here’s our advice: Treat with extreme caution!

Like the spells sold on ebay, these Craigslist spells have no guarantee, and you have no come-back when they don’t work out.

Anyone can place an ad on Craigslist for free. You don’t need to prove anything to anyone. You can make as many outrageous claims as you like, and nobody will check them. Because each ad is free, there’s no reason not to create hundreds. Sadly, this is what is being done by a number of confidence tricksters who are claiming they can cast love spells.

A cursory glance at the text of most of these ads show that the people placing them have no idea about proper spell work.

Some of them look more convincing, but as soon as you make contact with the caster, it becomes clear what their true intentions are – to take as much money from you as possible.

In the short time we’ve been researching these ads, we’ve seen casters asking for anything from $100 to $2,000. Whilst the lower range of those prices is reasonable for a good spell, we would expect some kind of guarantee. But there are none, of course.

So to re-iterate our advice, please treat Craigslist ads with extreme caution. They are easier and cheaper to place than ebay ads, and there is no feedback mechanism so you really have no idea where you are sending your money.

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