AskNow.com is a website that calls itself "Your trusted source for Psychic Advice" and promises their users that they feature some of the most prominent and trusted psychics in the industry, all available online.
How Does It Work?
Users can go to their website and choose from their wide variety of services, including Tarot Card Readings, Physics for Love & Relationships, Money & Finance, Careers & Goals, Numerology, Past Lives, Dream Interpretations, and much more.
When choosing what service you want or what psychic you'd like to work with, the cost will be clearly displayed so you know what to expect. Finally, you can decide whether to work with that advisor over the Internet or via telephone. Method of contact will not impact price of the service.
Each service and psychic comes with their own particular cost, all of which is based on a "per minute cost," which ranges from $6.99 per minute to $13.00 per minute.
AskNow.com does have a mobile capable version of their website, though they do not have applications designed for mobile devices.
AskNow.com does offer a Refund Policy which states that if you are unhappy with your experience for any reason, you can receive a one time refund or credit of up to ten minutes worth of time which you can use in the future for speaking with a different Psychic Advisor.
In order to get this refund or credit, you must contact their Customer Service team by email or telephone within 72 hours of your AskNow.com experience and provide them with as much information as possible, including the advisors name and time of the call.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to speak to their Customer Service team about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by telephone at 800-227-5669, by email at [email protected], or by traditional mail at 3665 East Bay Drive, Suite 204E, Largo, FL 33771.
Unfortunately there seems to be a fair amount of negative reviews for this website, mostly from customers who said they did not realize how much they would be charged for speaking with their Psychic Advisors, as well as customers who complained of a lack of customer service when they needed assistance.
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23 ‘AskNow.com’ Reviews
Spells Worked Wrong
I talked to the psychic on that site Ryan and he was supposed to put a spell on my ex to make her fall in love with me and not keep asking me to buy her stuff. After he put the voodoo spell on my ex all my other exes started calling me like crazy but not her. They still wanted me to buy them stuff, though. Even though I bought my ex a Vidal Sassoon curling iron, Lululemon leotards and Coach purse!!!!!!!!!! She won't call and I did the namaste stuff and lit the candles. I took a bath in rose petals like they told me but she still won't call me and blocked me from her Facebook. and Instagram. Now that the protective order has been lifted I need the spell to work BIG TIME. I'll let you know.
I really was hesitant about this service because of some of the reviews I had seen but went ahead and tried it. I have to say that it was my first time calling the service and I was really nervous. The psychic was actually pretty good about seeing my past and my history regarding my ex but I have to say, I didn't see her predictions coming true for a VERY long time. I decided that nothing was going to happen the way she said. Low and behold, two years later, the things she predicted about me and my ex started to happen. I'm happy I held out but I think that two years was too long and she should have had her guides make it happen faster.
There is no such thing as a psychic
No matter how much you tell people this, they will continue to throw their hard earned money away at charlatans.
No one can reliably and consistently predict the future. If they could, they surely would not be working for a hotline alongside 'fakes'.
People are predictable to an extent. And people who consult psychics are even more predictable. They come with love, relationship, money or health issues. And so-called psychics learn how to pick up on these patterns and make guesses about your past and your present.
Unfortunately, for people who consult them, psychics are just guessing when they predict the future. So when it happens as they predicted, they take credit for it. When it doesn't happen the way they predicted, they tell you that free will can come into play. Or that you control your future and you affected the outcome.
So to make it simple, they do not see the future. They do not see what the other person is thinking or feeling.
If you are talking to psychics, you need to stop giving your money away to these shysters. Your biggest problem is not your relationship issues or job issues. It's your addiction to predictions. You and only you determine your future. No one can tell it to you.
So, please stop. And please stop trusting people who tell you how good a reader is. Even if they are "good", they're still just guessing. All these great psychics would famous the world over if they are that good. They would be hired by police departments or companies. They're not. They work in a hotline that charges outrageous per minute fees to YOU.
While everyone else is living their lives, you're giving yours away to these soothsayers. What if their predictions don't happen? You come out with major disappointment, major loss of money and the psychics will not be there to help you or give you your money back.
It is for entertainment purposes only. Personally, I can think of 100 different ways to entertain myself spending far less money than what it costs to talk to a psychic.
Right on the Money
I have my favorites on AskNow, who are Denny and Clarissa. The first time I called the service I spoke with Clarissa and she literally made me cry because she picked up on so many things. 6 months later and everything she predicted on that first reading has come to pass. She has weird hours so I find myself chatting with Denny quite a bit, as well. He eases my mind and he has predicted many things accurately, as well. I'm not sure why this weirdo "Professor" person has chosen to take over this review site and has commented over 32 times about the same thing over and over and over and over but he should see a therapist about his obsessive compulsive behavior. Who lives on a review site like that? Obsess much? I feel sorry for psychics who have to talk to people like him.