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Ryan Daniel Buel blames Internationally known psychic Chip Coffey,for his failed paranormal events in Canada.

What does one say with someone, who believes their own lies?Ryan Buel openly states that folks have been paid back? then if this is so,why are there folks complaining about not getting their money back?.There happens to be no less then 50 some complaints, just on one of Ryans pages from folks who were cheated out of their money, either do to Paypal issues, Ryans lack of  wanting to take their money, or they lost air fares, hotel fees, and general lodging costs.

In Ryan Buel’s own chanted rant, long winded as it may be has blamed everything from mental illness, to even psychic celebrity Chip Coffey, for a reason as to his failed events in 2014,in Canada.

Chip Coffey,speaks his mind to reporters,why he backed out of the event,now mind you,this was after some of Buel’s events had already went south. not before. The link below is the troubleshooters report,directly from channel 11 news Raleigh North Carolina.Dianne Wilson reported:


This article on “The Paranormal Herald” breaks down, exactly,the things Ryan Buel’s ex-fans have been complaining about and the article is based on said facts obtained from many outside sources.


Paranormal Examiners article in relation to, Ryan Buel and his not giving refunds.





Ryan D. Buell If I were being investigated by the Feds, I’m sure I’d be made aware of that. It’d be strange that you and others would know and I’d be left in the dark. While I was away on personal leave, a team handled refund requests, and many people have openly posted that they have received their refunds. They followed the steps that our team laid out. Yet strangely the claims of refunds always gets ignored. It’s possible that some fell through the cracks. After being away for so long I’ve started looking in to the records involving this issue. Events get cancelled all the time for unfortunate reasons. After 14 years, we’ve only had to cancel a few events prior to last year, all due to personal reasons. Chip did indeed exit the event before it was scheduled to happen, which prompted us to need additional time to find a co-presenter and even more time to adjust to the change. When we have more facts, we will continue to make sure we rectify the situation. But the proof is there that we’ve made an effort, as we have done so in the past. In fact, PRS is also the only paranormal group that allows credits for people who pay to attend an event but end up not being able to attend. In the real world, you forfeit your ticket if you don’t show up. But we’ve honored the credit policy throughout. We just held an event last month that went well and we have one at the end of the month. I’m sorry some of you feel the way you do, but we have to keep moving forward. In addition to that, there were many people who jumped on the wagon just to throw more wood on the fire for different motives. It’s been 15 months. I’m assuming I’d receive at least a letter from some government office by now if we did something wrong. We had a similar fiasco happen back in 2012 where people claimed we were being hunted by the Feds. People can issue complaints or make up things, but in the end, we made an effort to rectify the situation and we continue to do so. But that doesn’t sound as sensational or as catchy as the fraud claims do. It is indeed taking us time to look at everything, from our lawyers, to the staff that handled it last year to revisiting it now. We are confident that we are moving forward at a good pace and incidentally we hope to post a form page within a month once more for those who still claim they didn’t receive any refunds. We can only do this so many times. All the best, R

currently, these folks are saying M.R Buel did not pay them back this one was the Boston event.

Roz Verone I paid for an event in Boston for three tickets and never got my money back. I’m a huge fan of you and your show but I would never but tickets for any other event that you are involved in afraid I’d be out $100s of dollars again. I got tons of emails about refund and contacted many people and still nothing came about it and still awaiting a refund.

Roz Verone I know he had health problems. We were told to contact multiple people promoting the group and no responses after awhile except news reporters and other groups and messages that their was no more money. I stayed a fan as I knew he had health problems and gave the whole group as it was his group the benefit of the group that they needed the money more Than myself but I would probably not risk buying tickets for another one his lectures for the future after what happened. You would understand if it happen to you and you experience it.

Carolyn Kennedy Roz same here. I saw a segment on the news in NC that mentioned the local police set up a line to take reports from people scammed out of their money for those particular lectures. I never called because I told myself he used the money for his treatment–that he needed it more than me, despite the fact I was a new mother. I also stayed a fan because of his health issues and because I genuinely like his work with the paranormal. However, I will never, ever, trust him with my money again.

Kandis Harrington Ky Barnes, they said they are still fan’s, or they wouldn’t be on his page. Maybe you should just reply with a Bae Bae Bae, since you seem to be dead set on being a sheep. This is a well known fact, and Ryan is even being prosecuted by feds, for scamming people out of their ticket money.

Carolyn Kennedy Read the article, Ky. There are facts. This happened more than once to a lot of fans. Feel free to disagree with our emotions on the issue, but facts are facts. Thousands of people lost money in more than one event over two to three years. Two prominent guest speakers (psychics) Michelle Belanger and Chip Coffey both had to bow out consecutively, which was smart PR because they don’t want to be associated with this less than savory business. It is what it is.

Caroline Rawa Same happened to me for an event that was supposed to be in Chicago. Emails about refunds, asked me to fill out an online form, then nothing. I also stayed a fan, but I was very disappointed about the way things worked out. I feel it was dishonest. I emailed them several times after I had filled out the form. If you choose to spend your hard earned cash, I hope it works out.

Amy Wilson Vandermer Instead of spending time planning new events, spend more time cleaning up the issues with the past events and do what you can to get people their refunds. Put all your efforts toward cleaning up that mess, make that situation right, then move forward with a clean slate.

The Paranormal Herald has reported this article based on prior links and has merely presented the facts or information, as it has been reported in prior years.The allegations presented are alleged.The Paranormal Herald can not be held accountable for third or second part information.

Evan Jensen :Paranormal Herald.


MY NAME IS EVAN JENSEN A PARANORMAL EXPERT IF THERE IS SUCH A THING. I myself being involved at various aspects of the paranormal have come to realize it is a field riddled with conmen and frauds hoping to evade the public and con as many as possible. This paper I.E blog site has stopped many from doing such. It is a free site for those needing help and wishing to spread the news of there fellow con people.
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