Terms and Conditions

Payment Terms.

For all readings, the full fee is due at the time your request is made, prior to the reading. Payment must be received by The Tarot Court before the commencement of your reading. Due to the difficulty with debt collection, all payments for reading requests must be tendered in advance.

Payment Methods.

For online readings, The Tarot Court accepts credit cards or PayPal. All payment transfers are done through the third party platform(s) PayPal, so please be familiar with the privacy policy and terms of use for these third-party platforms. The Tarot Court is not liable for any mishandling by these third-party platforms.

Refund Policy.

Tarot readings by The Tarot Court constitute a professional service, and due to the nature of the service and labor involved, all readings are non-refundable. However, if no reading was performed or The Tarot Court canceled your reading prior to its commencement, then of course, your fee will be refunded to you in full. The Tarot Court exercises great reasonable care and diligence in performing each and every tarot reading. If you are dissatisfied with your reading, please contact The Tarot Court to see if an agreeable settlement may be worked out.

Disclosure of Limitations.

A tarot reading should never be used in place of professional counseling. Your reading cannot offer legal, medical, business, or financial advice nor does any portion of your reading from The Tarot Court purport to do so. You should not rely on a tarot reading to make any decision that would affect your legal, financial, or medical condition. If your inquiry involves the law, finance, or medicine, then you should seek the advice of a licensed or qualified legal, financial, or medical professional. Also, a tarot reading cannot replace qualified mental health care. A tarot reading can only facilitate how you cope spiritually with a given situation.

Confidentiality of Tarot Readings.

The Tarot Court exercises reasonable diligence in maintaining the confidentiality of your tarot reading and will not voluntarily, knowingly, intentionally, or willfully disclose your identity or the contents of your tarot reading to third parties. However, if The Tarot Court genuinely believes disclosure is required to: (1) prevent imminent harm or risk of harm to yourself or to another, (2) meet any applicable law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request, or (3) protect or defend The Tarot Court against claims or threats of claims, then The Tarot Court reserves the right to do so to the extent reasonably necessary. Please keep in mind that no legally recognized privilege exists between a tarot professional and client the way a privilege might exist between an attorney and client, doctor and patient, or priest and penitent.

Fortune Telling Laws.

Pursuant to applicable laws of certain jurisdictions, a person can be guilty of fortune telling when, for a fee or compensation, that person claims or pretends to tell fortunes, or holds him or herself out as being able, by claimed or pretended use of occult powers, to answer questions or give advice on personal matters or to exorcise, influence, or affect evil spirits or curses, unless otherwise done so explicitly for entertainment purposes only. Any and all readings provided by The Tarot Court neither claims nor pretends to tell fortunes and neither claims nor pretends to use occult powers in ways that would run against such laws. In certain jurisdictions, a tarot professional is required to disclose to you that tarot readings should be for entertainment purposes only, and if such a law applies to your reading, then you are hereby on notice thereof.


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