Horoscope Review: Clairvoyant Astrologer Sara Freder
She Cares So Much About You
"Sara Freder" is not a woman but a computer or "bot" and works just like the better-known Norah or Jenna. Signing up with her site sara-freder.com for a free "Personal Clairvoyance Horoscope Reading" brings her "Urgent" spam to your e-mail box, saying how worried "she" is about your future, or promising that $10,000 can be yours if you order her Magic Ring of Luck and Happiness. The next might declare that you are a rare "Supra-Celestial Being." Ignore that email and she might say "she" will perform special occult rituals during times the sun and the moon are not releasing their usual "harmful radiation," so you can start a new, lucky, wealthy life three weeks from now. Sara will also calculate your seven lucky numbers! But you must act today! Before the moment slips away! And out of the hundreds of people she "knows," Sara Freder in France will do this just for you!
How much would you pay for a promise of a new life? Well, it's $19.95 for Sara's "immediate" predictions, $34.95 for predictions about your new lucky future, and $5 extra if you want priority handling. In the world of psychic ripoffs, these are relatively cheap prices, and experience proves that the cheaper the psychic, the more likely "her" business is failing.
By now, most of us know that "online psychics" are big businesses run by robots programmed to send every customer the same or very similar messages. These businesses are losing money because of bad publicity and negative consumer reviews. They are also just plain ridiculous. Sara Freder's website "interview" claims the public awarded her the Dessuart Cup 1985 ("one of the most prestigious reward [sic] in the world of clairvoyance"). There is no such thing as a "Dessuart Cup," 1985 or otherwise; you will find it mentioned online only on Sara Freder's site. There is no such thing as a "clairvoyant horoscope" either. A horoscope is a sky map created with calculations and interpreted by someone educated to do it. Horoscopes have nothing to do with "visions" or psychic power.
And Sara Is Dead, Anyway
According to this abandoned blog called "Sara Freder Tragedy" which was set up just to talk about it, a psychic named Sara Freder was killed in a car wreck in November 2007. It claims that "Sara was rated to be the 2nd best love psychic in the world by The New York Times." I checked the Times archives which date back to 1851, and found no mention of Sara Freder. The blog's purpose isn't clear, but the late Sara Freder is said to have grown up in Connecticut, and Sara Freder the clairvoyant, based in France, doesn't speak good English, as shown in her website interview, where she says:
"I do prefer to care for the poors because they really need my Assistance in bad times. It is for them that I want to struggle with a maximum effectiveness."
Just so this doesn't all sound so cynical, I checked Sara Freder's "References" page where clients are pictured and their testimonials quoted,but at the bottom of the page it says "Pictures may not match the quotes." Why not? If I allowed my photo to appear with a testimonial, I would want to be matched with my own quote and nobody else's.
I hope all of this together convinces you that the online Sara Freder is a decoy for a "bot," run by a company desperate enough to ask you to help market her services on your website (click "Affiliations" on her homepage). Like other online clairvoyants such as Pasqualina or Gabriella, "she" is not worth your time or money. If you need help, find a counselor, pastor, or relative you can speak with face to face. Don't send money to "Sara Freder" and her kind.
Sylvia Sky, experienced astrologer, monitors psychic and horoscope sites for quality and accuracy. Sylvia does not select or endorse the ads appearing on her pages. Copyright 2014 by Sylvia Sky.