They did it again, and I have the screen shot to prove it. Be aware of posts and comments like the one in the photo below.
SCAMMER POST: Kakabu Agbe
If you get a comment on your blog or website from this email@example.com report it at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello this is Melody and this post is like a heads up warning. I have been getting a lot of comments on my own personal blog (SecretMae.blogspot.com) It is being spammed through posts at the bottom of the pages where the little area for posting your comments are offered. I wanted to let all of you be aware of what these comments are, because there was like 6 different ones which were each slightly different, but all had the same general message.
The scam posts sounded something like... It was written like it was from a person raving about a spell they got from some spell caster person. In some of the comments the spell caster was a man and some it was a woman. The reviewer who was writing the comment said that they had a relationship problem and they wanted their relationship back. The spell caster promised the spell would bring their love back to them within three days, and the raving review was because their lover contacted them on the second day. They gave their email and the email of the spell caster for all those who were interested in purchasing a spell.
BE WARNED if you see messages like that on any website. Those would be spam and scams. You email them and get loaded up with viruses or give them your personal information and your accounts are drained. PLEASE if you see comments like that anywhere report the comments, because they are scammers. At the very least it is some bullshit spell caster trying to rave about him or herself, but still it is not worth taking the chance. If you see any comments like that either on this website, my personal website, or Dwayne's personal website. Please let us know. We try to keep up on deleting all hateful or spammy comments.
If you're ever prompted to send anyone payment outside of a secure website such as Paypal, Amazon Payments, or any other legit online playform such as Bonanza, Etsy, Ebay, Etc. Please do not do it. A real person who is honestly trying to help you wouldn't prompt you to give them your card information. A real person who is honestly trying to help would use a secure platform to protect both you and them. For our readings, spell casting services or other metaphysical items we personally use Paypal. Our shops are through Etsy and Bonanza who also use Paypal.
A real spell cannot be promised within three days. Not saying it cannot happen, but anyone who promises that a spell will for sure work in three days is lying to get your money. Spell casting is like releasing your intention out into the universe. It is like manifestation. Manifestation and the law of attraction is very powerful. Spells can be very powerful, but as many people who teach such topics will tell you, it takes time and focus to manifest depending upon each individual situation.
Thank you for reading this, and please be mindful of all the scammers and spammers out there. Much love to all of you. <3 <3