Freemagick.com is a scam and the reviews on their website are fake. Freemagick.com is a huge scam that has been luring desperate people trying to get their lovers into their lives for years. The scammer behind this website goes by the alias Candace Lightheart, and even she is a made up character. Her picture is stolen; it is a picture of Miss Russia 2006. The comments you read within their forum and chat box are not real. Candace Lightheart created each comment using multiple fake accounts. This Candace person, who claims she is a wiccan and believes in karma , cannot be accessed by any potential victims. She is the one who created the fake chat room that looks like tons of guests commented on what spell casters are real and who are a scam. Never once did they ever mention themselves to be fake because they are working to knocking out the competition. This Candace person has claimed she has hired many scammers that are a part of this, and said they all worked for her. I have listed some websites that fall under freemagick.com (Free Magick) that are scamming people. Each site is owned and operated by one or two people who pretend to be spell casters and use 12 different alias names: Sapphire Kridell, from www.sapphirespells.com, claims to have spells that are seemingly impossible, such as sex change spells. She will promise you a refund and money back guarantee, which is nothing but a lie. Cynthia Madison from cynthiamadison.com is one of their new websites created this year. Angelica Sanders, from www.angelicasanders.com - love spells that work 100%. If you contact Clarissa White, chances are she will refer you to using Angelica Sanders. Don't be fooled, its the same person behind ALL of this made-up characters! Her email is email@example.com Sasha Londons, from www.arelovespellsreal.com - used to go by the name "Diamond Londons," offers to do a complete cleansing of your aura for only $9, but wants you to sign up for a monthly cleansing for $9/monthly. Sasha Londons email is: firstname.lastname@example.org Clarissa White, from www.clarissawhite.com - Does pretty much the same exact thing as the rest of them. She will continue asking you for more money and feeds you unrealistic stuff in a cut and paste email. Clarissa's email is: email@example.com Tiffany Gold, from www.24kspells.com - This is another made up character and alias they created. The list of websites and aliases above are controlled by one or two individuals. They are not spell casters and they will tell you what you want to hear to get you to trust them. They all "coincidentally" have gmail accounts which should be seen as a big red flag! Another source that promotes the scam artists is www.astral-source.com - Nothing but good reviews about these scam artists. This website is, no doubt, owned by the same group of scammers who use this platform to lure you to one of the spell casters listed above. What exposes them to be fake is the appearance of their websites, the fact that they all offer a 100% Money Back Guarantee, and that they do not go into detail about any of their spells or services. There is no doubt that they all work together, if they're not all the same person: The emails they send you are all alike; same font, super incredibly long, same UPPERCASE words every now and again to make them seem like they are really skilled with what they do, which is absolutely nothing, and that stupid they place here and there to make you think they really care, when all they care about is your money. If you inquire from at least 2 of them, and get a response (which, of course, you will - they can't pass up the almighty dollar), compare the emails: They will be exactly alike, word for word. Proof there that their responses are definitely cut and paste. There is absolutely no way that 2 different spell casters who work together will have the same method of font and UPPERCASES in their emails, if they were legit. Oh, and they also tell you to email them back every day, so that they can update you on how your "spell" is going. Back to the freemagick.com forum: It is ran by all of the above fakes that were mentioned, along with their websites. Go ahead and try to submit a comment in the guest spot. It will not be visible; same thing goes with the websites' testimonial spots - they will not appear because the administrator (Candace Lightheart) writes all of the testimonials and reviews for all of them to make it seem like they are legit. The sad reality is that the real reviews never get posted, so that they cannot be revealed as a sham. The most smart thing to do is just get the word out, especially here, and save people from getting scammed out of their money and time. Freemagick.com is a network of fake spell casters, so no matter who you choose here to help you, you will get burned.