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English Green

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Re: Borrowed money from a client and he has went rogue.
« Reply #15 on: 02 August 2020, 01:59:34 pm »
I know you think they would give money and trust us.

I think you never understood what i meant by my post. I don't think they should just hand us over money and lend us money because you ask. I am just used to getting money from them from the service i provide and only that.

Sounds like you should try those sugar daddy sites and see if you can get what you need from those because i think you have paid sex services a little wrong of what the deal is with how this is supposed to work.

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Re: Borrowed money from a client and he has went rogue.
« Reply #16 on: 02 August 2020, 02:02:53 pm »
I want to use men. They are only worth the money they have and that’s it.

Yes I spent a lot on clothes, shoes etc and I want to get my boobs bigger.

You are funny though. Your above post did make me laugh saying they are only worth the money they have. Least your being honest how you see them. Lol

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« Reply #17 on: 02 August 2020, 02:17:44 pm »
This client has paid up in advance, trusted you then you renegade on his booking for a longer booking.

This is not fair, and no clients are not there to borrow money from.

Replacing with a larger booking puts your agreement with him at risk, so the two hour is worth loss of his pre-payment?

If I take deposit or payment in advance I don't class it as mine until the booking has happened, otherwise I am in debt to that person - also the booking is set in stone.

Clients are not loaning machines.

Just read the OP again.

Do you mean an installment was due, which you pay back from cash you have earned from other bookings, during your booking with him - so now he wants the installment you would have paid in cash in the booking?

Is that how it works?
« Last Edit: 02 August 2020, 02:19:56 pm by Mirror »

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Re: Borrowed money from a client and he has went rogue.
« Reply #18 on: 02 August 2020, 03:13:58 pm »
This client has paid up in advance, trusted you then you renegade on his booking for a longer booking.

This is not fair, and no clients are not there to borrow money from.

Replacing with a larger booking puts your agreement with him at risk, so the two hour is worth loss of his pre-payment?

If I take deposit or payment in advance I don't class it as mine until the booking has happened, otherwise I am in debt to that person - also the booking is set in stone.

Clients are not loaning machines.

Just read the OP again.

Do you mean an installment was due, which you pay back from cash you have earned from other bookings, during your booking with him - so now he wants the installment you would have paid in cash in the booking?

Is that how it works?

Basically I borrow from 2 x a month a set amount of money each time. He sends to me via bank transfer. Then when he books me he pays my hourly rate. Then once clear of that I give him the money I borrowed from him back to him.

Yes men only want to fuck use and we should use them for their money.

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« Reply #19 on: 02 August 2020, 03:31:31 pm »
Yes men only want to fuck use and we should use them for their money.

You're offering a service, like any service (hairdresser, plumber etc..) you get paid for it. Do you feel "used"? You need to either raise your rates or find another line of work where you might feel "less used". If you've felt used by men in the past (hence the tone of underlying anger towards men in your post) I would reccomend getting some therapy. Making your clients pay for whatever wrong doings you were subjected in the past is unfair for them, plus it brings all sorts of unnecessary drama to the job. Keeping things professional is the secret to surviving and staying sane in the sex industry (or any other).
« Last Edit: 02 August 2020, 10:25:28 pm by ana30 »
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Re: Borrowed money from a client and he has went rogue.
« Reply #20 on: 02 August 2020, 03:34:21 pm »
what shocks me more is that you don’t seem to think you are at fault here

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« Reply #21 on: 02 August 2020, 03:35:54 pm »
I think you never understood what i meant by my post. I don't think they should just hand us over money and lend us money because you ask. I am just used to getting money from them from the service i provide and only that.

Sounds like you should try those sugar daddy sites and see if you can get what you need from those because i think you have paid sex services a little wrong of what the deal is with how this is supposed to work.

+1

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« Reply #22 on: 02 August 2020, 03:52:48 pm »
what shocks me more is that you don’t seem to think you are at fault here

The client for me is at fault. He shouldn’t be aggressive or asking me to come to his with the money. It’s disrespectful and not on for me.

I told him to come another time for booking and to collect his money.

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« Reply #23 on: 02 August 2020, 03:59:49 pm »
The client for me is at fault. He shouldn’t be aggressive or asking me to come to his with the money. It’s disrespectful and not on for me.

I told him to come another time for booking and to collect his money.

No you promised him the money that day, YOU are at fault

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Re: Borrowed money from a client and he has went rogue.
« Reply #24 on: 02 August 2020, 04:36:07 pm »
This thread has to be a joke, surely? Either that  or there is far more going on than is being said.

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« Reply #25 on: 02 August 2020, 05:14:57 pm »
Sorry OP, but if you're not a troll you're an entitled moron.

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Re: Borrowed money from a client and he has went rogue.
« Reply #26 on: 02 August 2020, 05:45:05 pm »
The client hasn't given you the money out of the goodness of his heart, he has given it on the basis that he would then have an appointment on the day and time in question (like if I paid for a hotel room in advance I would expect to turn up and be given a room. Not be told "Oh sorry we have gave the room away. Oh and we are keeping the money". I mean sorry but you seriously need to grow the hell up, no one owes you a damn thing, they most definitely don't owe you expensive clothes and shoes or a pair of fake boobs. Seriously there's ladies worrying about whether they and their family will be able to afford basic groceries or to keep a roof over their heads and your bothered about designer gear? Seriously need to get your priorities straight.

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Re: Borrowed money from a client and he has went rogue.
« Reply #27 on: 02 August 2020, 05:46:34 pm »
Sorry OP, but if you're not a troll you're an entitled moron.


Seriously I thought I was on Reddit for a moment

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Re: Borrowed money from a client and he has went rogue.
« Reply #28 on: 02 August 2020, 06:20:48 pm »
Lending money from clients is blurring the lines and far more hassle than it is worth. I would starve before I had a client think he had something over me.

If you can afford to pay him back every 2 weeks then why not throw a extra few hours in and be in front 2 weeks?

Martin Lewis has lots of advice on budgeting on his website. Maybe knock the new tits on the head for a bit until you can afford your month to month bills, it’ll save you a headache.

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Re: Borrowed money from a client and he has went rogue.
« Reply #29 on: 02 August 2020, 07:41:47 pm »
I want to use men. They are only worth the money they have and that’s it.

Yes I spent a lot on clothes, shoes etc and I want to get my boobs bigger.

You’re hilarious & wrong, plain & simple. You know you are bc you keep defending what you’re saying.

This job is hard enough without you doing this sort of thing, & making it 3x more difficult for the rest of us who see the clients & get the $$ when they arrive, & give them services.

You’re not going to last long with those (lack of) customer service skills.

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