The people screaming out " Ashra is a fraud" or "ashra a fraud" are clearly her competitors or someone who believes that everything should happen in a blink of an eye.
Let's be realistic about this. Ashra is only one person and I can imagine she is helping several people at any given point in time. So what happens when you add a very needy client to the mix. Let's give this person a name. We will call her "Lillian" for this example.
Lillian constantly emails ashra demanding her to respond to her concerns numerous times per day. Clearly Ashra does not have the time in her schedule to give this person all of her attention. so Lillian starts to feel abandoned and believes ashra is ignoring her intentionally;
Naturally because Lillian was already concerned, she is easily drawn into the negative comments posted about ashra and she starts to believe ashra is a fraud. So Lillian writes back to Ashra "You are a fraud. I want my money back!" and then fuels the fire by posting her own false comments on Ripoff Reports as her way of getting revenge on ashra.
What did ashra do wrong? Absolutely Nothing! Lillian was informed that her spell was cast and that it would take about a week to see results. However, Lillian is very needy and felt abandon by ashra when she didn't respond within hours. The false reports lead Lillian to believe ashra was a fraud.
Do you see how this has a snowball affect? If one person shouts out "ashra is a fraud" and another person reads this comment they start to believe the same because they fear it might be true.
Here is a famous quote made by a very popular author:
Wizards First Rule: People will believe a lie because they want to believe it's true, or because they're afraid it might be true.
Given proper motivation, almost anyone will believe almost anything. Because people are stupid, they will believe a lie because they want to believe its true, or because they're afraid it might be true. Peoples' heads are full of knowledge, facts and beliefs, and most of it is false, yet they think it all true. People are stupid; they can only rarely tell the difference between a lie and the truth, and yet they are confident they can, and so are all the easier to fool.
Ask yourself this: If ashra was a fraud then why did she win the best spell caster of the year award? Why are there over 4000 positive reviews about ashra online and only a couple complaints? I admire Ashra because she is the only spell caster who has her own video along with a picture of herself holding the award she received from the CSCA.
Here is a link to here video: http://freelovespells.ca/
If you want to believe ashra is a fraud then you are no better then Lillian. It's amazing how one negative comment can snowball into many just due to fear.
Ashra is not a fraud. She is very real and you will not find a better spell caster that cares for you like she does.
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Is Ashra a fraud? Absolutely Not! There is a lot of factual information online confirming that ashra is not a fraud. Watch here video and read all of the positive comments left by others who have used here services. Don't trust sites like Ripoff Reports or Compliant Boards. Read the article written by Andy Beal.