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Magickal Spot - Tina Caro - magickalspot.com

Saloudan

Active Member
I requested the “get your ex back spell” from Magickal Spot. However, something about Tina Caro isn’t adding up. On her website magickalspot.com, she said she has been practicing witchcraft since she was 12 years old, but there is no evidence of her existence before 2019. Secondly, I’ve heard that a lot of fake spell casters are using stock photos or stealing photos off dating websites.

Has anyone used her services? My husband and I recently split up and I need to know if Tina is real or just another fake spellcaster.

I feel like Tina is just sending me automated emails from [email protected] every few days. I cannot get a hold of her and I’m starting to feel like I was scammed.
 

Ginas

Popular Member
Enhanced Member
@Saloudan I'm so sorry that this spell caster had ripped you off of your money. Yes, it definitely a warning sign and a red flag that Tina Caro was only scamming you. A real spell caster will message you back and not leave all automated emails to their clients. I noticed that if a website looks legit, they would have videos and many pictures of themselves. Unfortunately, a lot of fake spell casters will only pry on those that seem to be vulnerable and that is super unfair.
 

EricaLeeCollins199226

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Member Plus Account
@Saloudan
I have never heard of Magickal Spot and I don't see any reviews about them, but from what you said, it does sounds like she scammed you.

It's definitely a red flag that you are only getting automated emails from her and can't get a hold of Tina at all. Even with a busy spell caster like Ashra Koehn, you can easily get a hold of her though you just have to wait to hear back. I tried to look Tina Caro up, but I couldn't find anything about her, so that's really suspicious to me. So I feel like you should go to Ashra, because she will actually respond, her spells actually work and she does have a lot of photos and videos of herself.
 

Curlena89

Popular Member
Tina Caro is nothing more than an automated responder. DO NOT HIRE HER! I signed up for her newsletter, and all she does is send automated emails to my account every couple days. Last night she sent me a scripted email offering me 20% off her spells and said that this was a once in a lifetime discount code for signing up.

I regret contacting Magickal Spot because I cannot get them to stop emailing me.

Ashra Koehn is the only spell caster who took time out of her day to personally respond back to me and answer my questions. I've decided to go with her and she will be casting my spells tonight.
 

ColleenAnn92

NON-Verified Guest
I’ve ordered from Tina recently. She answered my email within 48 hours when I asked her opinion about a couple spells I was interested in. She also was honest about spells she didn’t think I needed and helped me save money that way. Magickal Spot seems to be new to the pay for spells scene. I decided to give her a chance because she was very responsive but go with your intuition. If you think she’s ignoring you, then don’t buy. However, she could also be busy and you’ll have to wait for a response. Or, you may have the wrong email for her.
 

Sunray

Active Member
I completely agree. Tina's site is new, but there is no proof she is real. I saw one photo on her website, but it was low-quality, why is that? I know a lot of fake spell casters will steal images of other people and use them as their own.

Without videos and more photos of her, I wouldn't take any chances. Besides, I would rather have an experienced practitioner work on my situation, not someone new to the spell casting scene.

I've already reached out to Ashra for help.
 

munchkin95

Popular Member
Enhanced Member
@Sunray I couldn't have said it better myself, without evidence how can we know that she has a lot of experience and isn't just simply typing? It has been cast and then running with the money. This is the hard part about trusting someone with spellwork, so many people scam and pretend to be physic or a caster or clairvoyant when really they aren't even honest human beings. Ashra is very personal in her emails and this is proof that she is unlike any other.
 

Jason Spear

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Guest Account
I requested the “get your ex back spell” from Magickal Spot. However, something about Tina Caro isn’t adding up. On her website magickalspot.com, she said she has been practicing witchcraft since she was 12 years old, but there is no evidence of her existence before 2019. Secondly, I’ve heard that a lot of fake spell casters are using stock photos or stealing photos off dating websites.

Has anyone used her services? My husband and I recently split up and I need to know if Tina is real or just another fake spellcaster.

I feel like Tina is just sending me automated emails from [email protected] every few days. I cannot get a hold of her and I’m starting to feel like I was scammed.
I used her for a weight loss spell, and it really hasn’t worked yet. I will say this, though. Tina Caro has been very active on Quora. She answers a lot of questions about her craft and gives her opinions. You’re right about the proof part. She doesn’t send pictures. She just sends a descriptions her spell. That’s all that I know about her.
 

leogirl

NON-Verified Guest
Hi @Saloudan, the photo of Tina is poor quality and there is only one photo. It's impossible to know if she is really the woman in the photo or stole the image from somewhere else to hide her true identity. This combined with the fact that Magickal Spot has only been around since 2019 is why I wouldn't trust her. Tina Caro acts like she's been around for a very long time... but there is no evidence of her existence before the creation date of her website. She says she was featured in SelfGrowth and UnifyCosmos, but she cannot be found referenced to either website.

However, did you know that MagickalSpot.com is EXACTLY identical to UnifyCosmos.com! WOW! Red Flag!




If that isn't cause for concern, her prices are extremely high and that's not a risk I'm willing to take.

Ashra Koehn is my spell caster, so there is no need of entertaining the idea of going to someone else.
 

VCybernetic

Popular Member
@Saloudan
Yeah, that seems like another red flag story there, she possibly could be very much lying about her whole identity because well... there are websites where she can take the image of someone else and say it's her like dating websites or sites like "ThisPersonDoesNotExist" that generates random faces of people who literally don't exist/are made up by a computer. Please be very, very careful but know you're better off here than anywhere else.
 

leogirl

NON-Verified Guest
Tina says that she is one of 13 witches in her coven. This seems oddly similar to another group of spell casters online with the same unanswered question... Where are the photos of these other witches in her coven?

A LOT of spell casters are new to the scene this year. Just popped up out of nowhere! However, none of them sound authentic if you ask me.
 

Coco Jones

Popular Member
Enhanced Member
Magikal Spot did scam you and I’m so sorry!! When reading your post, it gave me a red flag immediately!! When you said that she has been practicing since she was 12 years old but no record of her is coming up, that’s a sign that she probably just started. I don’t think that she is a seasoned spell caster who spells actually work. Especially lying about how long ago she started. Note: When someone lies about their years of practice when they probably only had months of practice is a scam. They want to portray that they had worked a majority of their life to bring in clients.

The automated emails are okay when sending them to a new client that is coming in, if they are busy replying or working with others. But once you reply to that message, the least they can do is actually reply with an actual response. Magickal Spot is a definite scam because, they always send automated messages and you can never get a hold of them. Ashra may be busy but she is always responding and you can always get a hold of her!

Lastly, the website needs to be presentable and by the looks of it, this is not presentable. It’s so fake and under done. The pricing must be so high and must be ridiculous because they are money hungry and do not care about our feelings.

That is my rant for the day haha, I hope you all have a great day!!!
 

leogirl

NON-Verified Guest
Tina Caro recently changed her profile photo of herself. Is this even the same woman when you compare the two photos?



I find this photo swap very suspicious. Another spell caster, Xara Beatrice Matsagou, did the same thing and she turned out to be a scam. I believe Tina also controls a website called UnifyCosmos.com and claimed to be a man named David. David and Tina have very identical writing styles.

If you ask me, Tina Caro isn't real and whoever is behind this is cleverly trying to conceal their identity.
 

Tina Caro

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Hey!

It makes me sad when I read this nonsense.

Let me first introduce myself. I'm Tina Caro, originally from Italy.

And as I assumed, some people think that I'm not a real person, but I am. I'm just trying not to give everything away, especially to some random people on the internet. I like to keep a few things personal.

1. Regarding the website - I hired some local marketing company that also creates websites. I'm a huge fan of meditation and I like UnifyCosmos.com.

The found the template this website is using, so they adapted it for my website. I'm thinking about re-designing it, but I don't have time.

And I'm not David :laugh:

2. Regarding my picture - This picture is from my Fiverr account, which was sadly suspended last year. And when I decided to build a website of my own, I just used the same picture. And yeah, we're all getting older. Also I was on Fiverr since 2015ish.

3. My emails - yes, I have a sequence for my newsletter subscribers. They're filled with useful information that you can find on my website. If you don't want to receive emails, you can unsubscribe with one click on a button! :)

4. I have a chat, I have a Facebook, I have 2 emails, Quora, and now Instagram. If I don't respond immediately, it's because I'm either writing articles, fixing my website, writing emails, etc. And I also try to have a personal life.

But in most cases, I respond in less than few hours (on [email protected]). Sometimes immediately if you catch me on a live chat

Please understand I am an actual human being and I will always respond to emails within 24 hours at the very latest. This is my full time job and it’s also my life’s work. I stand by my services and will always answer any questions you have for me to the best of my ability.

5. About prices - since you're all witches (I hope), you know that the tools we use aren't cheap. And btw, my lowest priced castings are $25.

6. I'm an actual witch and yes, I've been practicing witchcraft since I was 12. I didn't jump on some blood magic stuff immediately, and I assume you haven't either when you started.

And if I created my website in 2019, this doesn't mean that I didn't exist before... Don't be silly.

I hope you'll stop treating me like I don't exist and that you'll visit my website and get some helpful information. I'm doing what I'm doing for you guys, and for people that are interested in our beloved art.

And one more thing:

I have people tell me all the time that they ordered expensive $500+ castings from someone else who kept asking for more and more money and then stopped responding to them. There are a lot more bad sites out there than good ones. I'm one of the good ones. I'm up front, I don’t make false guarantees or promises, I have a wide range of prices so that I can help those with very little money as well as those who need more advanced or double castings. I'm responsive and yeah usually within a couple of hours unless I’m asleep.

And when I started my website in 2019, I was posting articles for 10 months, before I started earning some money. So I'm not some money-hungry scammer...

And if Mrs. Ashra is your go-to spell caster, I'm very happy for you and for her!
 

Curlena89

Popular Member
@Tina Caro thank you for clarifying a few things. However, it doesn't sit well with me when I received an email that started off with:

Hey [FIRST NAME GOES HERE]

A few hours left until this month's new Moon in July in Cancer (water sign)."


You literally had in your email "[FIRST NAME GOES HERE]"!

It is very apparent that a human being is not talking to me when you emailed me. Do you really think my name is FIRST NAME GOES HERE? Are you that smart to think this is my name?

My next question is why did Fiverr suspend your account if you were offering authentic services? Doesn't Fiverr only suspend bad merchants or merchants with poor reviews? Wouldn't you have 3 strikes and THEN you are suspended by Fiverr? What extreme bad thing was done 3 times to be banned?

In a statement you made above, you said: If I don't respond immediately, it's because I'm either writing articles, fixing my website, writing emails, etc. And I also try to have a personal life.

Are you really doing the spell casting? Why did you not think to mention this as a reason to leave your computer? Where is my money really being spent? You excluded any mention of this in your statement like the idea of doing the spell cast itself was so far from your mind.

Tina, please understand that when someone receives generic templates and you refer to your client as [FIRST NAME GOES HERE] like a robot that I don't view you to be a "real witch" by my own standards. I stand by Ashra because of her clients, community of supporting fans on here and people that I spoke to that were truly helped in their love life by her. I felt like this was enough reinforcement to believe at the minimum that her intentions are innocent, pure and directed towards steering society to a better outcome and better romantic relationships.
 
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