Psychic tells woman 'make most of next 3 years' after asked for refund

Care worker blasts celebrity psychic whose clients include Cheryl Cole after she told her to ‘make the most of the next three years’ because ‘it’s the most important time left’ during a refund dispute

  • Lauren Dent, 26, of Chester-le-Street, Durham, says she was left feeling anxious 
  • Newcastle-based Amanda Molloy’s clients include Jamie Bulger’s mum Denise
  • Mother-of-one Lauren claims Amanda made the comments on social media

A care worker who asked a celebrity psychic for a refund after she was ‘too drained’ to do her reading has claimed the medium then texted her telling her to ‘make the most of the next three years’ because ‘it’s the most important time left’.  

Newcastle-based Amanda Molloy, whose clients include Cheryl Cole and murdered Jamie Bulger’s mum Denise, allegedly made the shocking comments to Lauren Dent, 26, from Chester-le-Street, Durham, over social media in February.

Lauren had requested a refund because during a group reading, Amanda was reportedly ‘too drained’ to see her after already conducting three sessions. 

Mother-of-one Lauren’s friend Rebecca Mitchell, 27, shared screenshots of the psychic’s conversation with Amanda on Facebook last week. In the messages, it appears Amanda responded to Lauren via Facebook Messenger – 10 months after she had asked for her money back.

Lauren Dent, 26, from Chester-le-Street, Durham, claims she asked psychic Amanda Molloy for a refund after she was ‘too drained’ to do her reading, and says the medium then texted her telling her to ‘make the most of the next three years’ that she has left

Amanda Molloy, whose clients include Cheryl Cole and murdered Jamie Bulger’s mum Denise, allegedly made the comments to Lauren over social media in February

One message appears to show the medium warning her: ‘Make the most of the next three years, most important time left, thanks.’

Laura claims Amanda then stopped responding to messages and blocked her. She has since branded the psychic the ‘Blair Witch’ after leaving her with anxiety over what could happen to her in three years’ time. Amanda has not replied to a request for comment.

Explaining how the situation came about, she said: ‘[Amanda] did three people out of six [at a group reading] and said she was too drained and needed to go home.

‘She said she would come back and do the rest on a Wednesday, but I worked a Wednesday so messaged and asked if she could swap days or if I could just have my money back.

One message appears to show the medium warning Lauren: ‘Make the most of the next three years, most important time left, thanks’

‘She read my messages but didn’t reply, then almost a year later she messaged me asking for my bank details.

‘I hadn’t replied to her for four days because I’d been in a really bad place, so when I actually got round to replying to her she was fuming I hadn’t replied sooner.

‘I explained what had gone on then she replied saying “enjoy your last three years” and then she blocked me. So I never got my money back.

‘A kind woman commented on the status I uploaded and gave me a free reading over video call – she was furious that Amanda had said what she said to me.

‘I do believe in them as I’m a bit like that myself. I see things in my dreams that come true.’

Lauren said she was left feeling anxious by the exchange, after Amanda has claimed she was banned from her local spiritualist church in 2008 after being deemed ‘too accurate’ for her readings

Lauren’s friend Rebecca shared screenshots of the messages on a Facebook scammers page on Tuesday, writing: ‘Spiritualist *AMANDA MOLLOY* AVOID! “Make the most of the next three years, most important time left”. Why would you say that to a customer who hasn’t done you any wrong?

‘My friend is a big believer of these people and for someone so well known to say this. Why would someone want to inflict worry on someone who wants money back, that is rightfully theirs!?

‘Lauren and myself have been blocked by Amanda. Lauren and a few other girls have also not been given refunds for the spaces they had booked but didn’t receive the service.’

Screenshots of the messages, sent from Amanda’s personal Facebook page, read: ‘Hi Lauren, yes send you bank details and we will send your £10 deposit back. Thank you, can you book you in Friday.’

Lauren has since branded the psychic the ‘Blair Witch’ after leaving her with anxiety over what could happen to her in three years’ time

Hundreds of shocked social media users sent Lauren messages of support on her friend’s post

Amanda posted earlier this month saying she will no longer be doing group readings at house parties

Lauren responded: ‘Book me in? I don’t wanna be hooked in.’

Amanda allegedly responded: ‘Hi Lauren, I messaged you a few weeks ago to send it to you, ask you bank details, you read it but never got back, strange [sic].

‘Not a problem, make the most of the next three years, most important time left, thanks.’

Shocked by the response, Lauren quickly asked: ‘Most important time left? What’s that supposed to mean?’  

Hundreds of shocked social media users sent Lauren messages of support on her friend’s post.

Laura claims Amanda then stopped responding to messages and blocked her and her friend Rebecca who also tried to contact her (pictured)

Lauren’s friend Rebecca shared screenshots of the messages on a Facebook scammers page on Tuesday, writing: ‘Spiritualist *AMANDA MOLLOY* AVOID! “Make the most of the next three years, most important time left”. Why would you say that to a customer who hasn’t done you any wrong?’

Andrew Armstrong said: ‘The only spirits this daft c*** has seen are the ones in the off-licence.’

Stacey Wilkinson said: ‘Spooky b**** should be ashamed’ while Wendy Steward said: ‘Omg! Disgusting love, hope you’re ok.’

Amanda claims she was banned from her local spiritualist church in 2008 after being deemed ‘too accurate’ for her readings.

She hit the headlines in 2014 after predicting the exact date that the father of one of her clients would die. 

Amanda has also been called in to help a devastated mother of one of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley’s victims to help their son pass to the other side. 

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