Persons who have given this psychic money, before March 2012, you have been defrauded. Would you like your money back?
This is the post that you will see when you drive down SW Fourth Avenue in Fort Lauderdale and reach a psychic shop. Dewey Evans, owner of the psychic shop, says the lady psychic who previously occupied the shop was doing fraud and that is the reason they posted the sign.
When asked why such concern for those alleged “victims”, he says that the previous owner who operated the psychic business sold the business to him and to his nephew for $10,000. With that amount, he could already continue the operation of the psychic shop. However, it was too late when he found out that the previous owner had not paid its three month’s rent and to add to that, the building is due for foreclosure.
According to records, a Deutsche Bank owns the property. According to Evans, the one who sold him the business did so with the knowledge that the rent was not anymore being paid but did not tell him the truth.
It is interesting to note that the phone number written on the dear leads them to a certain Psychic Ava. And when they tried to call the number, an elderly lady answered but did not deny or admit to be Ava. According to her, she was part of the buyer and that she is currently going through a divorce from the new owner. It seems that her story is weird.
“If they ripped off us, I’m sure they ripped off other people,” said Evans.
Quite obviously, Evans had been tricked into buying the psychic business. And as to what he can do about the problem remains to be a puzzle. But at least, he has given some effort into helping those who think they have also been tricked by the previous psychic occupant.