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US NewsFake psychic jailed after conning woman out of $1.6m to lift 'curse'

16:45  11 september  2019
16:45  11 september  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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The woman was ordered to pay $ 1 . 6 The purported psychic said her name was Jacklyn Miller and told the student that her mental problems stemmed from a curse that had killed her mother. Soon after the student learned the truth, she reached out to Bob Nygaard, a retired New York police officer

Fake psychics know that their services are rarely called upon by contented and happy clients. Fraudulent psychics use this method to string you along, session after session, and to increase the power they have over you to milk you for as much as they can.

Fake psychic jailed after conning woman out of $1.6m to lift 'curse' © Other The alleged psychic gained the victim's trust and told her a curse had been placed on her family. File pic. A woman who claimed to be a fortune teller has been jailed for conning a family into giving her $1.6m (£1.3m) to lift a family curse.

Sherry Tina Uwanawich, who also goes by the name Jacqueline Miller, was a teenager when she met the victim at the Galleria shopping centre in Houston, Texas, in 2007.

The 28-year-old struck up a conversation with the woman and learned she was a medical student from Brazil and was suffering from depression, having recently lost her mother, according to the Houston Chronicle.

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Can anyone spot fake psychics ? Because let’s face it, many people aren’t fully tuned into the spirit world, so it can be daunting to The reason that intelligent people get scammed by fake psychics is because they are in a vulnerable place in their lives. They are looking for a solution to their difficult

Angelika Graswald had been accused of killing her fiance, Vince Viafore, in a kayak incident in April 2015.

Uwanawich managed to convince the woman to have her fortune read and told her she would be able to find out the cause of her unhappiness.

The alleged psychic gained the victim's trust and told her a curse had been placed on her family by a witch in South America.

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Their friendship lasted seven years, during which Uwanawich asked the woman for large sums of money so she could buy items like crystals and candles to perform meditations to remove the curse.

The cash reportedly included student loans the woman had obtained, plus hundreds of thousands of dollars from her inheritance following the death of her father.

Even after Uwanawich moved to Fort Lauderdale on Florida's southeastern coast in 2008, the transfer of funds continued.

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Spot a fake psychic instantly by recognizing these two common scams. But, some fake psychics try to take advantage of people when they are vulnerable by promising that they can heal them. Just like in the first psychic scam we discussed, you want to be leery if you hear the words curse or spell .

The scam ended in 2014 when Uwanawich admitted to the victim that there had been no curse.

Uwanawich previously pleaded guilty to wire fraud and was sentenced to three years and four months in prison last week in Miami. She was also ordered to pay compensation to the victim.

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