Zlata Review

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Published: 07 September 2018

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Zlata works as a major scam operator. She schedules tours all over the country and prays on Russian speaking population. She uses Russian Tarot cards and images of saints. Her technique is very simple: she will let you pull out 5 cards, which in the majority will be terrrible (Death, Devil, Tower, other major stress cards if you know Tarot). Then she tells you there must be a strong intervention to stop all this. You paid $50 just to have a reading with her. So, fixing a problem will cost a lot more- arond $2000 if you are well-dressed and look like you enjoy life, less if you look poor. She gives you a clay talisman to wear on your neck for 40 days during which she will be praying for you. Then she will meet you again if you have not paid in full. Most Russians are too superstitious to fght the witch. They worry she will put a “spell” on them. Hell, not me. I can put a spell on her.On top of that, she gets paid in cash a lot, which never gets reported to IRS. The thing is she is not a witch, not a healer, not a medium or clairvoyant, she is nothing. The simple truth-her magic does not work. My acquaintance who swore she was a real deal never got out of his problems. He is back to alcoholism and almost died in a hospital while wearing Zlata’s talisman. My other friend got scammed paying $500 to fix her lost love. Do not fall a victim of this woman. She is not Vanga from Bulgaria.

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