Those pesky FAKE psychics are scamming Brits out of billions and billions of dollars... (you have to say that in a Carl Sagan voice).
Did the article's author use the term "fake psychic" to mean that there are REAL psychics who are losing business to fake ones?
Or did they just use fake psychic like other redundant terms like "hot water heater" (why would you need to heat it if it is already hot?) and "ATM machine" (automated teller machine machine?)
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