I was ‘let go’ for blowing the whistle on readers Mary Valine and Jessica Pena for scamming a client out of money. Lauren went into the store for spiritual healings and was charged $300 for the first hour. Mary Valine told her it was a $150 consultation fee, then $150 for the healing. She instructed her that to keep the healings going, she needed to return for 4 more sessions. In which she did and paid $900. When I started working at the store and found out the rates were a set rate of $75 per hour of healing, I was appauled to hear how much Lauren had actually paid. Jessice being a friend of myself and Lauren’s mother Candy, we trusted that she was doing what she could to help her, not rape her. Lauren ended up paying $900 for 5 sessions that should have cost $375. This is a rippoff of $525 to a client who only makes $250 a week and struggles to pay bills. She was in desparate need of help. When I brought this to the attention of the managers/owner, I was taken off the schedule and let go because I had a website that goes against the contract. My website CATParapsychic.com is a paranormal investigation group who performs investigations for free. We do not do psychic readings. When approached by clients for readings, I tell them to contact me at the store. This is not in violation of the contract agreement I signed when becoming a contractor for the Psychic Eye. I pointed out that each and every reader at the store has websites promoting themselves and each of them do readings outside the store, even taking clients from the store and reading them. Yet the ones who are stealing from clients and the store are allowed to remain on site. Jessica Pena was a part of the paranormal group, how she met Lauren and Candy, through me. Jessica told the store manager that she quit the group so she wasn’t in violation of the contract when in fact we let her go for theft. We did not trust her in other peoples homes. Lauren and Candy have filed a complaint with the BBB for assistance since the managers nor the owners would call her back.
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