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Florida woman promising ‘witchcraft services’ allegedly dupes victims out of $100K

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A Florida woman is accused of duping at least 10 people out of a combined $100,000 with the promise of healing their relationship woes through “witchcraft services,” police and a report said.

The Spanish-speaking woman, named Rosalia, carried out her scheme from January through March after placing ads for her services in the Golden Gate and East Naples area, NBC 2 reported.

The ads, which promoted “spiritual/witchcraft services,” appeared in free Hispanic newspapers, radio ads, on local Hispanic radio stations. Flyers were also in laundromats and stores, according to police.

“If you’re having an argument with your wife/girlfriend, she can help you with your problems,” the ads said, according to a police report obtained by the news station.

At least four of the victims gave Rosalia sums on money that she said she needed to cleanse, but never returned it.

One man reportedly forked over $29,500 to Rosalia so she could bless and multiply it.
One man reportedly forked over $29,500 to Rosalia so she could bless and multiply it.
Naples Police Department

One man, who told police Rosalia said she saw something “dark” in life, forked over $29,500 so she could bless and multiply it, the report said.

But, she told the man there was “darkness in the money,” and needed to cleanse it at her temple.

After that, she stopped answering his messages, the report said.

The victim told cops he did not think she would steal his cash.

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