The kind of place that gives real psychics a bad name. First, appointment was 25 minutes late, then was cancelled by her and given off to some other person in there. Was supposed to be a psychic reading and a complimentary tarot reading, and I got a tarot reading. The very young reader was fishing for clues and giving an awful lot of generalities. She was okay on a couple of things, so I tried to keep an open mind. Then, when she was trying to wrap the reading up, she made the dire mistake of not only lying, but trying what I started this comment out with, which is unacceptable with any reputable psychic - scare tactics. The lying involved not only a direct and total contradiction in something told to me at the beginning of the reading regarding someone's character but in the space of twenty minutes, it had now turned into an evil character which could only be banished by weekly meditation sessions by coming back into their office! Knowing the character of the person in question, quickly offended me when I was suddenly told they had turned evil in 20 minutes. It's funny, because the one thing that real psychics pick up on right away when I go in for my yearly-ish "check-up", is "Oh! Are you psychic, too?" Funny, that this reader never even felt that. I've been a professional psychic medium for decades and had just moved Clearwater without any idea about who to go to, and decided to try a Groupon. Big mistake. I still can't believe that I was told that I had evil spirits around me and that only they could remove them for a charge. You should be ashamed!