Spells tend to work best when the person casting is to some extent personally involved. This can be quite a tenuous link but some level of personal relationship will always benefit the success of a working. Casting for people over the internet when the relationship is at best a (probably anonymous) email contact is unlikely to yield consistently good results. Usually a reader would be better advised to consult a local magical practitioner who they can meet face to face and establish a rapport with.
Generally when casting any kind of working my preference is to use a taglock to link it to the intended target. Asking for things like pictures and real names over the internet opens a can of worms inappropriate for a website that attracts a young audience. Having been very clear in the advice that people are better not to give out more over the web than they feel comfortable with, it would be slightly hypocritical to start asking for intimate details and pictures for the purpose of spell work. Better to avoid the matter altogether.
A lot of the spells the site is asked to perform are quite simply impossible. Some verge on ridiculous. Asking for a limb to be grown back or to magically transform black hair to blonde just isn’t possible. Getting involved in such workings even with the best of intentions would lead to the site coming in for ridicule. This site also often speaks out against magical charlatans and getting involved in workings for some of the requests received would pretty much be becoming involved in the murky business of promising impossible magic for money which is totally not supported by WPF.
The other major concern about doing spell work for strangers is that the motives are unknown. The consequences of the magic have to be considered. I am not going to hex someone without understanding that person’s point of view for example. Over the internet you only get one side of the story. It is irresponsible to conduct spell work on half the facts.
Finally this site was set up with the very specific purpose of providing an advice perspective on questions relating to witchcraft and this (and the private correspondence connected with the site but unpublished) is quite a time consuming venture. Extending this to providing spell work as well just isn’t tenable at this stage in time. Working on the basis that there are other sites who offer bespoke spell work it is best that Witch Path Forward concentrates on its primary focus.