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ladyofthemansion

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Client being dropped off by pal.
« on: 07 August 2016, 10:08:25 pm »
Have turned someone away because I sensed there were more than one in the car. He didn't deny and said his pal was dropping him. I just didn't feel comfortable with that. However this is the 3rd time in a few weeks I've turned down a guy when I found out he wasn't travelling to me alone. Is it normal for a guy to be dropped by a pal for a service like this? What is weird is how I have guessed right each time the guy not alone. These guys talk as if it's normal but my normal clients travel alone. Well as far as I know they do.
« Last Edit: 07 August 2016, 10:10:28 pm by ladyofthemansion »
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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #1 on: 07 August 2016, 10:31:02 pm »
I've only ever come across this with two people, one couldn't drive and was pretending to go out playing pool with mates. He constantly let me down.

The other was a 'gentleman' poster on a forum. When he told me he'd told his mate whom he'd been giving a lift on their way somewhere, I was very surprised.

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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #2 on: 07 August 2016, 10:45:32 pm »
This goes to show it is worth watching if the punter is alone or not just in case. 

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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #3 on: 08 August 2016, 12:47:25 am »
I get this a lot in certain places (heathrow being one) esp where transport options are limited .. Also late at night.. If i get the sense they are serious i make it very clear the friend is not to enter or wait in the hotel or hotel car park and they must be directed to the room rather than given room number and are not to use their phones at all once in the rooms. A lot are timewasters. Some genuinely have friends drop them off after strip clubs etc.. If the story fits and you get an ok vibe from them proceed with caution. If there is no reason or a bad vibe turn down.. You will see from the warnings section i have had multiple occasions where groups have turned up and tried to invade the room and i had no clue there was more than one so risks both ways

If you do agree make sure youre talking to the one youre seeing as they often switch the client at the last minute esp if youre restrictive with who you see (age ethnicity or language skills) i have had this happen too many times to count. Its sneaky and horrible. Actually had one yesterday was directed to the room opened the door to two of then one says hes staying to translate. I sent them away without incident but its annoying

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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #4 on: 08 August 2016, 12:58:58 am »
Weird as f***.

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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #5 on: 08 August 2016, 06:56:54 am »
I wonder if the client told the friend why he was being dropped off there. A minor point I know. Also, was it right outside or a few doors down?

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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #6 on: 08 August 2016, 08:53:24 am »
I've never had this and I'd be as wary as anything if it was the case. You've given a punter your address and now his friend knows too? No, not on. That's a breach of your trust and privacy.
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ladyofthemansion

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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #7 on: 08 August 2016, 09:27:05 am »
What I find weird is how I knew there were two of them before I asked. Something about his voice. I just knew. They didn't have the full address. I said I would call him back. That was to give me space to think about it. But he then kept calling saying his battery was about to die.
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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #8 on: 08 August 2016, 09:39:39 am »
I know what you mean about "something about his voice".  It shows in his voice.   I refused a booking based on the sound of his voice when I first started out as a newbie.  It turned out he had several aliases (which came up a few weeks afterwards, then followed by No show in red) and his booking was "malicious" - he wanted to cause trouble / gain access to my personal address etc.  He left abuse in "feedback only" column.  But it could have been a lot worse.  If you are seen as "prolific", they might try to raid your premises or god knows what else. 

If they refuse to park their car at the spot you specifically requested, they may well have the reasons why.  Some could be perfectly "innocent" - (e.g. they just like to annoy you because they have to pay to have sex with you and you seem to be having fun at his expense - this line of thinking).  Some might not because they don't want you to see what he was really up to.   

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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #9 on: 13 August 2016, 10:27:35 am »
(e.g. they just like to annoy you because they have to pay to have sex with you and you seem to be having fun at his expense - this line of thinking).

Hardly  ;D
But I can see them having this warped view

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Re: Client being dropped off by pal.
« Reply #10 on: 13 August 2016, 12:08:13 pm »
 ;D ;D  Great minds xx