On Psychic Sweatshop A & B, clients may leave reviews for the psychic they had a reading with. Unfortunately, sometimes, a client may be reacting overly emotional or emotionally out of control after being told by the Psychic that they are not going to be involved romantically with the person of their desires. It led to termination after five years of service!
That is hard news to be the recipient of exaggerated negative reviews. The truth be told – did they want honesty, or did they want to have their fantasy condoned? So then the scathing review comes in. That can damage the Psychic’s reputation.
Worse, when companies do not have better policies in place regarding reviews, it certifies just how amateurish they genuinely are.
In such an instance, Psychic Sweatshop B had a 19-year-old emotional client obtained the first 3 minutes free. She then paid for a 70-second reading. She was told that the specific man she was having challenges with will not be pursuing her and that her she will be meeting someone new.
That client paid less than $5.00 for those 70 seconds left the ugliest and untrue comment in the Psychic’s review. The Psychic worked for Sweatshop B for over five years and had over 99% positive reviews. 5 years is a long time in this industry. Sweatshop B will not remove ratings at all. Instead, they encourage contacting the client and working it out. They contradict themselves when that communication is encouraged.
The Psychic contacted the client and stated it was defamatory and even found her address and showed it. He went on and kept it professional. However, it sent a chill down that client’s spine. Sadly, that Psychic was fired because the 19-year-old client was threatening legal action.
Now, technically speaking, crime wasn’t committed. The client would have become the laughing stock of whatever boondock Police station dock town she resided.
Admittedly, his “crime” did not justify the punishment. Seventy seconds is not adequate for any psychic to be rated. Also, the company should not encourage a Psychic to contact and the client and then contradict themselves. Psychics are not customer service experts, nor are they required to. They are only needed to perform Psychic Readings.
Psychic Sweatshop B stated that it “implied” threats. “imply” is not a crime until the crime is done!
In my opinion, Sweatshop B is burned out, and the management doesn’t know how to handle working with Psychics or clients.
If I were a judge in a courtroom, my ruling would be as follows: All parties were guilty- case dismissed! I believe it would have been sufficient for the Psychic to have received a slap on the wrist, however not a termination. I think Sweatshop B owed the Psychic a clear explanation and direction on how to handle such a situation better so it would not repeat. After five years of service, it was owed to him, especially have a flawless track record. Any employer would want to make improvements by learning at mistakes. Too, it is also room for the poorly run company to make changes. A reading less than five minutes should not qualify for a rating. Some psychics don’t start to dig for depth until they permeate levels in their work. I also believe the client should have gotten a firm warning for posting a deceitful review. All parties were wrong and needed to learn from it.
On our network, this type of BS doesn’t happen. Apply now. In fact, on our network, everything is handled on a case by case basis. We are a trustworthy company.