As you start on your journey to find a psychic to suit your needs, did it ever occur to you to do a little digging before you hand over your credit card? It’s important to be as informed as possible when making purchasing decisions, and it’s no different with a psychic. Just like you’d research a doctor or a dentist before sitting down in their chair and trusting them with your health, finding out as much as you can about your psychic before you start spilling your deepest, darkest secrets to them is always a good idea.
Google & Yelp
Believe it or not, you may find your psychic listed on Google or Yelp. Odds are good that they have a registered place of business, which means they’re in someone’s business directory somewhere. Google is smart. It’s good at collecting reviews from all corners of the internet and compiling them in one place, making it a great place to start as you start in on your digging. Do a little sleuthing to see if you can find them listed in either Google or Yelp as those tend to be the most popular and reputable sites for an even balance of reviews.
Other Psychic Websites
Often times, especially in a community bound by location or a similar type of specific service, you’ll find that psychics will link to other psychics on their websites. This allows them to share business with ease. If a customer calls them and needs an appointment at a time that particular psychic reader can’t accommodate, they can recommend the customer to someone else it their self-created network. And this network lends some incredibly useful credibility. When linked together like that it’s far less likely that one of them is going to be up to something. After all, it’s not just their reputation on the line. Every psychic is staking their reputations on the line based on their trust that the others are legitimate, making it all the safer for you to do the same.
Your Local Community
Nothing travels quite like word of mouth. Your local metaphysical or New Age community is a great place to stop in and ask for some recommendations on reputable local psychics. You can ask about yours specifically by name if you like, but it may be more beneficial to ask around and see if their name comes up organically. If it doesn’t, though, that’s not necessarily an indicator that they aren’t well thought of. Ask people point blank if this particular psychic has any kind of reputation, and listen to what people have to say about them. The more people you can get the opinions of, the better off you are. The best sources are customers themselves, of course, since reviews by way of hearsay aren’t the most reliable. And who knows? Your local community may be a better source than any of the others mentioned, in fact, since it’s much harder to fabricate an in-person review than it is a virtual one.