When the advisor gives a prediction and a date by which she/he thinks it will come true and disappears / does not come online anymore around the time when predictions come due - this screams fraud. Seems like people don't want to be held accountable for what they say. Need to have a way to reopen comments section or submit a question after 24 hrs. Mine was March deadline. March is as good as gone (the remaining week does not change anything) and I can't ask what happened because the advisor has not been online at all recently. I gave good feedback but I want to take it back now. And I can't.
💜🌾 Miss Meadow 🌾💜 commented
That does not scream fraud. The advisor has a life and probably on vacation. Dealing with a death in family. Going through their own depression. Having a baby! Who knows. That does not scream fraud. Can't assume. I read so many people and give timeframes. Break for a while. Come back on line and clients remind me of my timeframes given that they have passed or just an update. I used the word REMIND. Advisors don't remember and keep track of ALL the readings. In my case many. Clients holds on to the prediction not the advisor. My clients keep that part not me. Who can keep up with that. I doubt many. So no that's not screaming fraud. Unless I'm missing big details here.