In the letter she states multiple things about words of power and how you can control things (and people) with them. There was a sealed envelope that I immediately shredded before even reading it that has some "Word of Fortune" printed on the inside or something and if you "trust" her, you send it to her with $5. All of this is very offending to me as I am a pagan and using anything magic just gives anyone of more pagan backgrounds a bad name. She also stated so boldly that Native Americans JEALOUSLY hold the healing word of power! That's rude and uncalled for. It states in the beginning "At last, I have a major revelation to make to you... ...a revelation, that could make you win all the money your heart desires. $48,750.00 for a start, how does that sound? ...a revelation that can really bring you everything you want on a golden platter. Yes, I did say "everything"..." Clearly that's too good to be true. Anyone with a brain can tell. I'm only 20 and I won't be caught dead sending this woman money or practically selling my soul to her for her "words". It also states that Wealth, Love (which "can entwine your heart with that of the one you love... FOREVER), General Luck, Influence ("that can influence the person of your choice and gently persuade them to do your bidding."), and a Happy Future are what you'll get from these words of power "as if you had waved a magic wand!!!" It also had a conformation form, second "free" gift form. And a questionnaire that asks if you have financial problems, if you are unlucky or feel you are born under a bad star, if you're working, retired, married, have major problems with family or love life, feel lonely or misunderstood, and if you feel a spell has been cast on you like somebody sent bad luck your way. As well as what your greatest wish is, the question that disturbs you most, your date of birth, time of birth (if known), your town/city, state, country, and e-mail address. Now, both in magic and real life ANYONE who answers those to some woman is without a brain. In magic a person can use your answers and date and time of birth AGAINST you at any time. It's very important stuff that could get you cursed. As for email and location, that's just unsafe in general unless you're writing for a reputable company. I urge anyone who gets a letter like this to shred (don't burn, please) these pages. It save you a lot of heart ache and trouble. This cannot be trusted any father than it can be thrown.