Horoscope Review: Gabriella, as Psychic as a Toilet Seat
This is the False Face of an International Scam
Even Her Site Tells You She's Fake
Gabriella is not a real psychic. She is not even a person. Section 10 in her website's "Terms of Service" webpage bluntly says: "Gabriella and all the characters involved in the website's content and e-mails sent, are fictional characters. The pictures used on the website are for illustration purposes only." (See proof that "she's" a stock photo here. Her "Facebook fan page" photos are stock photos too.)
Still want a psychic reading from an admitted fake? Read again Gabriella's "Terms of Service" page, Section 2, which clearly states: "ALL READINGS ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND NO GUARANTEE CAN BE GIVEN AS TO ACCURACY." And read the 160 comments below this article, where others tell about their dealings with "Gabriella Psychic."
If you still want expensive entertainment and a fake psychic reading, then by all means send your information, and "Gabriella Psychic and Spiritual Medium," who is a computer and nothing else, will send an email with a confirmation link. It might say, in part, “our meeting is no accident. . . .The proof of this is that I’ve just now had a vision: United States, that’s where happened [sic]. That’s why I’ve decided to let you benefit from a special priority Reading. Please, note that I can only do that for people for which I feel a deep and special connection.”
An hour or two after I sent my information "Gabriella" emailed me: “Yes, Sylvia, in you I have discovered someone of high morals and ethics who is also extremely sensitive.” Using a different name, birth date and email address, I requested another “reading" and got one exactly the same. Both times Gabriella recommended a “Grand Indepth Astral Reading.” But her "inner voice" told her I couldn’t pay $200, her usual fee, so she will charge me only $49. She furnished a convenient link for my credit card or PayPal payment. A bit later I got an email saying slyly, “I know you have read my email.” "She" knows because I gave her that confirmation link that let her track me. The next email begins, “Sylvia, I don’t want to panic you, but…” and further emails pestered me every few hours until I unsubscribed.
Either Robert or Patrick, He's Fake
Gabriella's video testimonials include "Robert from Minneapolis" whose label says his name is Patrick, and "Nancy Johnson," an American quoted as saying, "Gabriella's advices are priceless to me," a clearly non-American grammatical construction. Yes, "Gabriella" has a Facebook fan page. But remember her own website says she is fake. Gabriella's bio says she studied astrology alongside a 33rd degree Grand Master and is the only Westerner taught "the secrets of" celestial magic by “the great Indian Master Shri Maliki.” Then there’s a quote from Clairvoyance Mag : “Several foreign magazines have already voted Gabriella ‘Best Psychic of the Year’…”
Needless to say, there is no Clairvoyance magazine or “Best Psychic of the Year” award. Her Indian Master is not referenced anywhere else on the Net; “Maliki” is in fact a form of Sunni Islam canon law, unrelated to “celestial magic.” The title “Grand Master” is given to every top officer in local freemason chapters, and their “33rd degree” designation, although it sounds dramatic, is meaningless, like the honorary degrees that colleges give their wealthy donors. Even if Masons were astrologers, which they aren’t, their men-only club wouldn’t be training women. Gabriella's readings mentioned no planets, no zodiac signs, and gave no indication that "she" knows or practices astrology at all. I foresee that it’s best if you avoid Gabriella. She's about as psychic as a toilet seat. Rating: zero stars out of five.
Sylvia Sky, experienced astrologer, monitors and reviews online horoscope and psychic sites for quality and accuracy. Sylvia does not select or endorse the ads appearing on her pages. Copyright 2013 by Sylvia Sky.