Many of my clients have brought to my attention that there are several websites that have blatantly copied my offerings.

Normally, i would not be concerned as long as they provide a professional service and stand behind it. In fact, it is somewhat flattering to know someone admires my work enough to copy it.

However, i have been informed – and it is not at all surprising to me – that their primary goal is to make money, not enhance the quality of life of visitors to their sites.

So the question is, how can you tell if a website is legitimate?

One way, of course, is to ask someone who has purchased a service from that site. Another would be to take a look at their guarantee, if they have one. Also, you can click on their “About Us” section and see how long they’ve been in business.

You should also be aware that some unscrupulous sites will sell a spell and then later on insist on additional payments to “make the spell work” …sometimes charging thousands of Rands. I never do that, of course, but i do frequently receive letters from victims of such shameful practices. Unfortunately, the Internet with all its wonders and attributes has also attracted less than honorable people.

Since 2000, it has been my sole purpose to help my clients achieve success in their personal and business lives. And if any product or service they purchased didn’t fulfill that promise, they were assured they could get a full refund up to one full year after purchase. No questions asked. Period.

A high percentage of my work is for clients whom we have known for years. They live all over the world and i treasure their patronage; you can see many of their letters to me that i have posted throughout my website.

In any case, welcome to the Home of miracles.

Sincerely,

Chief Mungu

PS – Am proud to be a recipient of the Best of the Web award as well as consistently receiving high Yahoo!  rankings. You might want to check out these other sites to see if they have received similar honors.