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ABOUT GUARANTEES: Thank you for taking a moment to read about the recent trend in "guaranteeing" spell work. I realize this sounds great on the surface: If you don't get what you asked for from a spell casting service, they will refund your money. OR WILL THEY? Read on....

The sad truth is that the majority of these occult websites that claim to guarantee their work will never give you a dime back. I have had literally hundreds of clients tell me that they tried to get their money back from various services and never could. What these services are hoping is that you won't bother to try to get your money back, thus they can easily offer a so-called "guarantee." The public has become so used to the word "guarantee" meaning they will absolutely be safe, that these occult services have taken to using the word to make you feel safe and secure in using their services. Most of the time, nothing could be further from the truth.

"I tried to get my money back from XYZ site and ended up getting threatening phone calls in the middle of the night. They even threatened my elderly parents." This is what a client told me recently after losing over $1,200.00 to a site that promised money back. And this is not an unusual thing: There are tons of horror stories including threats, harrassing phone calls, etc., when people tried to get their money back. I offer this simply as a cautionary tale. Anything that sounds "too good to be true" probably is!

Most of these "guarantees" have so many stipulations on them it isn't even funny: You have to have your original bank statement or original PayPal statement. You have to have the exact date and time you purchased. You need all original paperwork that they sent you, and so on and so on. Almost all of them ask that you wait six months to one year before asking for your money back. Of course, they are playing a numbers game, knowing that in six months or a year, most people will forget.

Look, no spell work is going to bring your lover back in one hour or three hours, or whatever bull they are claiming. No spell caster is going to cast your spell the moment you hit the "send" button for payment. It's ridiculous to think that anyone is doing that. No spell work anywhere, anytime, done by anyone is going to be 100% successful for everyone and bring you the sun, moon, and stars. I am sorry, folks, it just doesn't work that way. All these people on the Internet telling you that they "guarantee" they are going to bring Johnny or Susie back to you should be strung up. Real magick just isn't like that. Frankly, you can't get a surgeon to "guarantee" a successful surgery; you can't get a lawyer to "guarantee" the outcome of your legal case; you can't get a priest, minister, or rabbi to "guarantee" that if you pray you will get what you want. So logically speaking, who can truly guarantee spell work?? True spell work is an art not a science - sometimes we win, sometimes we lose, and sometimes we get something better than what we asked for. Like I said, guarantees sounds good on paper, but is it real?

Before you choose a spell casting service, ask these questions:

  1. Do you have a physical location? Can I visit you there?
    Of course, you probably don't want to go to the ends of the earth to visit this person who is doing your casting. But could you if you wanted to? Could you really see where it all happens? If not, don't use them. And don't fall for that phony "it's all secret so you can't see it" crap. Yes, some stuff is secret, but if you want to, I can certainly arrange to meet you, talk to you, etc.
  2. Do you have a business license? What State are you registered in? What is your business license number?
    If people don't want to answer that for you, then don't do business with them! Period.
  3. How long have you been in business? We have been here since 1995 and have no plans to go anywhere! You can see us and interact with our other clients on many different social media venues such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  4. And speaking of social media - following a practitioner's Facebook page, Twitter, etc. may be a good way to know them IF they choose to share personal details about their life. We do! We believe that if we are going to know something about your personal life, you are entitled to know something about ours!

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this. I feel it is really important for people to understand just what magick can and can't do for them. What I do guarantee: I guarantee that I will always do my best for you. I guarantee that my products are genuine, consecrated, and true to the religion of New Orleans Voodoo. I guarantee that my caseworkers, tech support people, and staff in general will always have your best interest at heart. I guarantee that we will be here for you. I guarantee that we will always treat you with respect, compassion, and kindness. All we can truly do is TRY to bring you what you want; really try, not pretend to try. The rest is up to God.

ABOUT OUR RIPOFF REPORTS: From Mambo Sam: There is a website that publishes what they call rip off reports...we have been victimized there. I don't really like the word "victimized" but that is really how I feel about it. The main problem with this website is that there is no accountability. Anyone can go and say anything they desire about any business. They don't have to prove they were a customer. They don't have to prove that they bought anything. In fact, your competitors can go write bad reports about you. If you have a business, I can go there and say anything I want about you - no proof, no proof of purchase, nothing. It is a free reign to say whatever you want.

In the past, I have chosen to just sort of ignore this and not dignify things that are said on there. These reports about us have been up there many years and I very rarely have said a word about it - but it was pointed out to me that it was unfair to potential clients to not hear my side of the story, and that made sense to me! I am not much with defense; I figure that you are an intelligent individual; you can read the information on our website and make up your own mind. But, again, after encouragement from clients, I have decided to go ahead and say what I have to say about these so-called "rip off" reports.

Now I am not going to pretend that since 1995 every customer has walked away happy. I wish they had, but the truth is there is no way to make everyone happy - no matter what. I don't doubt that some of the claims written on these rip off reports were, indeed, written by customers that I did not make happy. Thing is, I have begged for people to come to talk to me - let me make things right for them, but NO ONE has ever owned up to writing any of those reports. (But the offer still stands - I would love to make it right for anyone who truly feels that we wronged them in some way.) Some of the reports are based on the fact that people didn't get what they wanted from spellwork. I try very hard to make it very clear that, yes, sometimes we don't get what we want! That doesn't mean I ripped you off - it means that sometimes, for many different reasons, spells don't work. The same is true of surgery, diets, court cases, and so on. But that doesn't mean we don't TRY! So it is quite true that you might not get what you wanted! But you might get something better, different, or even more amazing! Or, this might not work at all for you. I am not going to sit here and make all kinds of wild claims about being the great and powerful Oz. I am a legitimate Voodoo Priestess doing, for many years (about 40 years and since 1995 on the internet - when time and the world began, right? :-) ) ,legitimate Voodoo work. I work hard. I try hard.

I also feel that some of those reports are planted there by either competitors or perhaps even the site itself. The site makes money by offering you "arbitration" with the supposed disgruntled customer. This arbitration costs thousands of dollars... per report! :-( Needless to say, a small business like ours could never afford such arbitration.

Also, in light of the fact that no one monitors or verifies these reports, I would take anything you read on there about ANY business with a grain of salt. Also, since the owner of the site doesn't have any trouble in letting bad things be said about anyone, apparently there are some pretty bad things about him out there on the internet, too! Normally, I wouldn't put such drivel out there with "he said/she said" but many clients and friends have encouraged (begged) me to address this issue. So I am at the point where I actually encourage you to go read our ripoff reports and also read our website - then make a decision as to whether or not you believe those things. Make an informed decision! And while you read them, you might also want to look at some of the things written about RipOff Reports itself! I don't know if any of what is said about the owner of RipOff Reports is true, but since he doesn't bother to find out if what is said about me is true, then it seems fair enough to put his reputation out there, too! Here are some links about his alleged business practices: (I cannot verify the validity of these articles, just what I found with a quick web search.)

Anyway, enough of that unpleasantness! I just hate this kind of stuff, but I guess it needs to be addressed!

Of course, we would love your business, but I also want you to please make an informed choice and feel comfortable with us, too!

Many blessings,
Rev. Samantha Corfield
(Mambo Sam)

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