Next is Proffhasani from

Proffhasani is a scammer. He is not a award winning spell caster. He is a fraud and a phony. All of his awards are fake, one of them is a plate with a dragon on it and another one is a logo for a thai spa. Plus he leaves fake testimonials on websites and blogs. Do not listen to anything that he says. Here are the websites where he got his fake awards from:




aiga fellow award-1



Next is mage nebuchadnezzar from

mage nebuchadnezzar is a scammer. He is also a jerk to, very demanding and rude. Spell casters are suppose to be nice and friendly to their clients not mean and rude. Plus, he says he was mention in the magazine “The Occult Magazine”, which is fake and photoshopped. Do not listen to anything that he says.

Next is Maria from, Patrick from, and Elizabella from

Maria, Patrick, and Elizabella are scammers. All of their video testimonies are fake, you can tell that it is scripted. Plus, Jessica Adams from  is probably the one running all three of the websites.

Maria has the same exact testimonials as Reverend Pamela M from & Same photos same words. Plus her video testimonial is fake.



Patrick is a liar, he was not on psychology today. Plus, his video testimonials are fake, you can tell it is scripted.

Elizabella says that her spells are 100% guaranteed which is a big red flag.

Do not listen to anything that they say.

More fake spell casters by emails

extremewhitelovespell@yahoo. com










How to spot a fake spell caster

Here are some examples on how to spot a fake spell caster so they won’t end up scamming you.You can tell if a spell caster is fake if they:

1. Say their spells are 100% guaranteed or satisfaction guaranteed

If you see this on any spell casters website just know that this is a big red flag because no spell caster can guarantee 100% results. Also, if they say you’ll see fast results within 24 hours to a week then it is a scam.


2. If they have awards, named the top best spell caster, or mention in a fake magazine

Some fake spell casters will do all of this to make it seem like they are real, but a real spell caster doesn’t need any of that. They claim to be mention in the news. spellscraftashrabestspellcasteroftheyearawardmediumabout_abigail

3. If they recommend other fake spell caster

There are some fake spell casters who will recommend you another fake spell caster. Like or like with High Priestess Doris I got scammed by her and she recommend me to use which recommends more fake spell casters.

4. If they’re website looks like this / / /

If they’re website looks like that then they are a scammer. The website doesn’t look believable.

5. If their bio sounds like this

My name is Aisha Haadi Marat Elfajer.
I was born in 1947 in a small village outside of Giza, Egypt.
I was blessed with a powerful gift, which I have used to help some of this world’s societies most famous and powerful people.
For the last +40 years my gift and profession had made it possible for me to live in many countries, such as France, Germany, England, Belgium, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Monaco and finally the United States!
More than eleven years ago, my two beautiful daughters Miriam and Fatima convinced me to put my services for magic spells on the Internet. So that those of you who do not know me can benefit from the services I have to offer. I was really surprised to get orders from all over the world and that it is possible to give every single customer a very personal service. It will be my pleasure to be of service to you all.

I am Dr Brave, i have been in the field of helping people for over 55years now, i want to let you know that i have helped solving over 7000 people with so many problems in different countries and they have never stopped calling me to thank me for the good work i have done for them.

My name is High Priest Jean Emmanuel, and I come from a long line of Voodoo practitioners. With each generation perfecting and honing their skills, my spells and curses are among the most powerful that can be found anywhere. My grandfather was not the first voodoo practitioner, but his reputation proceeds him. Referred to by his followers as (rough translation) “The High-Priest of All That Is Knowing” he slowly passed his skills on to me.

6. If their pictures look fake

Majority of fake spell caster use fake photos of other people. You can download their photo and google image it to see if they are fake, that’s how I can tell if they are a scammer.

7.  If they have this list on their website or a similar list

1. Get your scam money back
2. Bring back lost lover, even if lost for a long time
3. Remove bad spells from homes, business & customer attraction etc.
4. Get promotion you have desired for a long time at work or in your career.
5. Read all your problems before you even mention them to him
6. Remove the black spot that keeps on taking your money away
7. Find out why you are not progressing in life and the solution
8. Eliminate in family fights
9. Ensure excellent school grades even for children with mental disabilities
10. Stop your marriage or relationship from breaking apart
11. I destroy and can send back the Nicolas if requested
12. We heal barrenness in women and disturbing menstruation
13. Get you marriage to the lover of your choice
14. Guarantee you win the troubling court cases
15.Cure for any of the disease that you are suffering from like HIV/AIDS, CAUSER, DIABETES, HERPES VIRUS, SHINGLE e.t.c

8. If they say they are in a coven

A lot of fake spell casters lie about being in a coven and then post fake pictures of coven members.

9. If they offer impossible spells

Some fake spell casters offer impossible spells like flying, teleporting, talk to animals, etc

10. Free spell casting service

This is the one that got me scammed. Doris did a free casting for me and she told me I had to pay some money for the materials and I did>…< If they offer a free spell casting just know that it is fake. It’s another way for them to take your money.

11. Rude/Pushy spell caster

If a spell caster is rude to you or pushing you to buy their spells then they are mostly like scammers. Spell casters are suppose to be nice and friendly to their clients and not push them into buying their spell.

Always do your research before buying spells from a spell caster. Do as much research as you can because I didn’t do this when I first started getting in to spells and I got scammed and I don’t what that to happen to you guys.

Lilith Lair

Lilith Lair wrote a post about me on her blog which I am flattered.

Here is her blog:

And here is the post about me:

Now let me just say that Lilith and her little ex ebay people did a terrible job researching me because nothing on this blog is true about me.

First, I am one person and I am not Xara, Angel or Minnie which I don’t know where they even got that name from, and Cindy. I don’t go by many names I only go by one Mimi sometimes Mimi Bieber, but my real name is Mimiette May and I am a 22 about to be 23 year old woman. I am actually mad that she mention Cindy because she has nothing NOTHING to do with any of this. She is a simple woman who wants what everyone wants, is to get her lover back.

Second, The only reason why I put Xara on my real spell caster list is because she is free. If she wasn’t free then she wouldn’t be on the list. I used her in the past and I didn’t see any results from her, but people kept asking me at the time if I found a real spell caster so I put her in hopes that at least someone will get results from her until I find another real spell caster. BTW I am not Xara I am not working with her I don’t even know how to contact her. Xara did charge for her spells back in 2012/2013 then changed to free spells in 2014 to now. She said that on her website too. Also if you are using Xara and she charges you just know that she is fake because her spells are free now. She mention about the person pretending to be her on her website too.

Third, She did not submit a comment to me on my main blog. If she did I would have mentioned it in my post. She didn’t even try. Plus, she could of contacted me through my other social media sites like Facebook or tumblr. I approve everyone comments unless it’s a fake testimonial. I even accept the hate comments or negative comments about me because I want to stand up to them. I’m not going to let them get to me. And my agenda is to expose people like Lilith. Plus, my “Hit List” is called Scam List.

Fourth, She didn’t do her research right because she mention that I talked about her pictures of her going to the road or forest or whatever, but I actually mention in my post about her coven members Raven and Katie and how they are fake and how their photos are fake and I found the links to them too.

Fifth, She did get at least something right, I didn’t use her or any of her ex ebay people whoever they are because I already knew from the start that she was fake and she was already my list to write a post about, but someone submitted me their experience with her and told me how they got scammed from her. So quickly wrote a post about her, to warning everyone.  I also even mentioned the person who used her  in my post about Lilith.

Sixth, Yes there is a reason why I made this blog, but I don’t know if you didn’t see it  or it couldn’t been because you guys do not know how to research people, but the reason why I made this blog is because I want to expose all the fake spell casters like Lilith and find a real spell caster to help get me get my soon to be boyfriend back. I mention this on all of my social media sites. Every single one of them. And the reason why I have a lot of blogs is because I want to get my name out there and I want people to find my blogs so every can see these fake spell casters I exposed. I have exposed over 300 fake spell casters and I have over 300 to expose/investigate.

Seventh, She mentioned that her testimonials are real because you can’t edit them or remove them, which is true I guess, but you can make multiple accounts promoting yourself or have other people promoting you. That’s what almost every fake spell caster does. And you can also buy reviews too as well.

At the end of the day the only thing on Lilith blog that is true is that I did not use her, but everything else is false. Lilith and her little ex ebay people did a horrible job at researching me. So please beware of her. I am not trying to start a war with her like she mention in her blog post, I am just warning people about her.

Also here is my other post that I wrote about her awhile ago:

Next is DR EZE from

DR EZE is a scammer. Everything that he says is a lie. He is a big fat phony. Also, he says that his spells are 100% guarantee which is a big red flag and he posts fake testimonials on some websites and blogs that’s how I found him. Do not listen to anything that he says and please do not contact. All he wants is your money that’s it. Here are the websites where I found his picture from:




Here is another list of fake spell casters by email

homeofancientspells @ yahoo . com

shakirahussain80 @ gmail . com


Next is LORD MASUKA from

LORD MASUKA is a scammer. Do not listen to his anything that he says. He is a phony. His temple is full of lies. His list that is on his website is fake. Also, he posts fake testimonials on some websites and blogs that’s how I found him. Please do not contact this greedy monstrous person. Also his Facebook is fake too.