In my experience, it is true that some are, but many are not. Many take their craft very seriously; They attend classes and devote hours to studying and mastering their abilities, and morals are important to them.
For example, I have brokers who ask customers Not To give out any personal information when they book a reading, or who hire assistants to manage all the bookings so they don’t know anything about the future customer who’s going to read. In group readings, some media have shared that they know some information about me “by normal means”, which means they know I lost my dad early on.
to me Avoid scam brokers, I suggest staying away from the storefront psychiatric stores as they have signs offering cheap $10 readings. I also suggest, as I mentioned above, that you hide your information so the media can’t “cheat” by looking for you beforehand. (Ethicalists wouldn’t do that anyway, but if they end up giving you accurate information, this will ease any potential doubts about how they got it.)