What should I do if someone asks me to pay outside of the Heavenly Aura site?
You should never be asked to wire money using PayPal, Venmo or other Cash App, or otherwise pay a massage therapist directly. If you are, there are easy ways to report it to us to ensure your information, finances, and identity are protected.
Reporting requests for payment outside of Heavenly Aura site
If a Heavenly Aura client or therapist asks you to pay off-site or through another company, report it to us in one of the following ways:
Email Us at email@example.com
You will never receive an invoice from Heavenly Aura, in the form of paper, PDF or otherwise. If someone attempts to complete a transaction through any of these methods, please report it immediately: Western Union, MoneyGram, Xoom, Venmo, Paypal and any other cash transaction.
Types of fraud
Underpayment Scam. If someone offers to pay or receive less than the given price for a Heavenly Aura massage, it is no longer possible for Heavenly Aura to guarantee secure payment since it is no longer considered a Heavenly Aura appointment.
Tipping Scam. If someone offers to receive a tip in the form of cash, this can be considered a form of tax fraud as it cannot be reported to the IRS. Heavenly Aura conveniently offers tipping directly through the site so that both parties can receive a receipt of their tip payment.
Advancement Scam. If someone offers to pay or receive payment for Heavenly Aura massages outside of the Heavenly Aura Site, Heavenly Aura can no longer guarantee fulfillment of those appointments. You can buy Heavenly Aura packages directly through the site and easily rebook with the same therapist.
With Heavenly Aura, you’re connected to a behind-the-scenes team that is dedicated to providing you with a safe and relaxing experience from beginning to end. That’s why we always ask that you book and pay through Heavenly Aura Site so we can do our best to ensure that your safety and information are always protected.