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Join Lisa Caza in her very first live online video psychic parlor party!

On July 22, 2017 – starting at 7pm Eastern Standard Time.

For a donation amount of your choosing, join the online psychic party where you will be able to ask ANY questions you want – and as MANY questions as you want! BUT please be prepared: the questions must be quick ones – this is not meant to get in-depth answers. And you can stay as long as you like. The party is scheduled for 2 hours, but if Lisa has to go overtime in order to answer everyone’s questions, she will do it! Questions will be answered in the order they were received, but everyone’s questions will get answered! This is also a great time to mingle and get to know the “Caza Family” of clientele!

When you purchase your “seat” for the party, please keep your receipt – you will be required to quote the receipt number when you ask your first question (which you will type in the live chat area of the video). You can also send in a question or two prior to the party in order to be “ahead of the game.” Lisa is still pondering over this, but the day of the party she MIGHT agree to even allow actual phone call-ins for your questions during the party itself. She will announce her decision on this at the beginning of the party.

The online psychic party will take place on Youtube live streaming. The day before the party you will be sent the link to join. Last minute party-goers & viewers are also welcome – but in order to ask questions, a donation amount must first be paid. *There is no cut-off date or time limit for reserving a seat.




“Psychic” Faces Fraud & Extortion Charges

A NOTE FROM LISA: I just came across this article that was written back in March of this year – and I have to say that it made my day! This is the most awesome news that I’ve seen. Finally the law, at least here in Canada, is FINALLY starting to truly step up to the plate in order to protect victims of psychic fraud and other psychic scams!

The original article can be found here:

Psychic faces witchcraft charge after extorting $100K to exorcise ‘evil spirit’: police

A 37-year-old Indian man has been charged with pretending to practice witchcraft after police say a Brampton man was defrauded of more than $100,000 in a fake exorcism for an ill relative who was told they were the “victim of an evil spirit.”

Toronto police said an astrologer and psychic known as “Master Raghav,” who was living in Toronto but visiting from India, handed out his business cards at a mall in the west-end area of Rexdale in February and March.

Police said a 44-year-old Brampton man received one of the psychic’s cards advertising a wide variety of services and set up an appointment and was informed a “sick family member had been the victim of an evil spirit.”

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“So actually it’s a lure,” Const. Jenifferjit Sidhu said. “He sets up an appointment and meets this man just for $20. That’s what the initial psychic reading is, is $20.”

Police said the man was convinced to withdraw $101,000 from the bank and provide it to the psychic in an attempt to”remove” the evil spirit and heal his relative.

Murali Muthyalu was arrested Wednesday and charged with extortion, fraud over $5,000 and pretending to practice witchcraft.

The Criminal Code defines the charge as anyone who “pretends to exercise or use any kind of witchcraft, sorcery, enchantment or conjuration.”

It also covers anyone who attempts to “tell fortunes” or pretends to have knowledge of “an occult or crafty science” to discover where something lost or stolen may be found.

Sidhu said the exorcism was not successful and the alleged victim then reported the incident to police.

“If it’s your family member you’ll do anything for them,” she said. “She is still sick, that’s safe to say. She was sick prior to and she’s still sick.”

Police are asking anyone who has had dealings with Muthyalu or his alias of Master Raghav to contact police at 416-808-5500 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).

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