Anonymous
map-marker New York, New York

No benefit to my cat after $700

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Avoid this women and find a healer with verifiable testimonials. Anyone can say they are a animal healer there are no tests. Just a scam artists IMHO.
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Ethelda Yop
map-marker Minnesota, United States

Bonnie Illies is a fraud

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This person is posing as a healer of some sort, she is in fact a complete fraud. She has no ability whatsoever and will insist on more money being sent her way by multiple email requests. She is a textbook scam artist. In conversations with her, it became very quickly obvious that she had no abilities as a medical intuitive. She was contradicting herself. She also displayed an obvious ignorance for the body and biology. She will give absolutely no information and spend the entire session trying to convince a Customer to buy more, buy more, buy more Healing sessions for "your poor pet".
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Loss:
$125
Cons:
  • Absolutely aweful person
Reason of review:
Bad quality

Preferred solution: That the scam be exposed

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