Psychics SCAMs...and how to avoid them!

Lies, Fakery, Greed and Tomfoolery

A collection of mailed SCAMs

Quotations from a (11 Red Flag rated) SCAM letter sent by: “Maria Duval II”

Please remember, the quotations below are from the SCAM letter of “Maria Duval” _not_ by

Supposed image of Maria Duval

“If, as I saw, starting on January 9th, you start receiving many checks of several hundreds of dollars, plus several checks of several thousands of dollars totalling[SIC] an amount of up to several tens of thousands of dollars, or even much more, throughout 2013, you’ll be happy to thank me on Christmas day, on December 25th, 2013.”

This package from “Maria Duval” is so massive I have decided to break it up into several pages. There is an additional menu that will provide access to the other pages of her mailing. That menu has a red border on the left, right, and top sides.


“5 new facts prove that a strange event may suddenly revolutionize your life in the next few weeks...

“December 3, 2012

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“Dear First_Name,

Red Flag  # 2  “I have taken the initiative of making this first prediction for 2013 free of charge for you, as a surprise. And it is certainly going to knock you off your feet!

“What I have seen in your near future is more than…”

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Please remember, the quotations above are from the SCAM letter of “Maria Duval” _not_ by

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Red Flag  # 1  The dates in this letter help to verify that it is not personal at all. My aunt died in 2010, yet this SCAMmer is “seeing” events that will occur for her over three years later. This is just another example of how these SCAM letters are ‘written’ and made to look as though they ‘know’ something about you. They are created by a computer that simply takes information in a file containing your first and last name, your mailing address, and probably the correct honorific; “Mr.”, “Mrs.”, or “Miss”.

The SCAM letter is exactly the same for every recipient. it simply has “place holders” where your first and/or last name should go. Of course, your name and address will be printed either on the envelope or on the SCAM letter so it will show in a window envelope. You should also note that the SCAM letters are not written with a typewriter, nor is the signature actually written by anyone. All these letters are printed from a computer. If a typewriter had been used, you would see slight indentations on the paper from the keys striking it. Likewise, if a person actually signed the letter, there would be indications of the pressure used by then pen. The ̵signatures’ you see are nothing more than images inserted into the letter- writing software.

Don’t be fooled into thinking these are personal letters to you! They are nothing more than bulk-mailed SCAMs, just like other junk mail you probably receive. (return to # 1 Red Flag above)

Red Flag  # 2  Here is an unusual warning for the SCAM letters on this site; it hints that what this SCAMmer will send you will not be free. As a matter of fact, if you reply in any way to this SCAM you are guaranteed to get more letters! Not only this SCAMmer, but others who will buy the mailing list this one will sell them. Simply by replying, even to ask to be taken off the mailing list, you will be making your name and address more valuable. You will be marked as someone who has an accurate address, but also someone who will likely read any letters! Your best option, when getting these SCAM letters, is to throw them in the trash! Of course, I would love to get a copy of any that are not mentioned on my site! Use the “Contact Form” link on every page to get word to me and I’ll suggest ways you can help protect others. (return to # 2 Red Flag above)

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