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Seeking/Offering / Re: Apartment to Rent in Glasgow
« Last Post by Escortx on Today at 09:15:55 am »
Hi how much  do you charge for a week x
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Questions and Answers / Re: Buying a work property
« Last Post by DiscreetLady on Today at 05:39:37 am »
dont know if i understand your concern. i lived in scotland for 2 years and worked from home, i was renting though. you don't need a commercial property unless you are planning to set up a civvy business. you just buy a property to live and work. nothing out of the ordinary.
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Questions and Answers / Buying a work property
« Last Post by PorcelainDolly on 27 June 2022, 11:54:03 pm »
Theres literally hardly anything online that can help.

Basically right now I'm able to put down a 10% deposit on a residential property.

Question is Commercial or residential property

Then how would I turn a residential into a commercial.

I don't exactly want to buy a shop front 😅

Would I need a license to do sex work in the property. I'm a escort and dominatrix. I've been told I would by the council but it's very slim they would be ok with me getting a license for sex work.

I'm wanting to be completely honest about everything which I do and go with what the laws say.

Please tell me there is hope in getting a work place.

Based in Scotland
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You don't have to tell anyone that you're alone in the place, when someone asks me if I'm alone I ask back why? And that is enough with that conversation :))

Another answer is "You won't see or hear anyone". Ends the conversation and leaves them unsure if you have a security buddy in the other room.
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Seeking/Offering / Re: Apartment to Rent in Glasgow
« Last Post by JhessyThera on 27 June 2022, 09:50:04 pm »
Hi ladies,
Sorry been away, will be back in Glasgow mid July - 22nd onwards, the room
 will be available by then. Thanks
 :-*
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You don't have to tell anyone that you're alone in the place, when someone asks me if I'm alone I ask back why? And that is enough with that conversation :)) I always tell them to bring all their stuff into the bedroom and even close the door after they are with me and had a shower.  All of my other doors are closed and nothing personal in the view. No one has to know that you're alone.
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Quote from: Ana66
But the only thing I'm scared that if I work and live in the same place is if a malicious guy who has bad intentions would "force"me to show him around to steal stuff or something like that.

I think this is a pretty ridiculous thing to be worrying about given it is highly unlikely to happen - if you’re hosting incalls, it is your responsibility to take control the moment a client steps foot into your space. If a client tries this, assert yourself and say no before showing the client door. You don’t even need to make a big deal out of it, just say those rooms are of no interest before grabbing his hand and taking him to the room you’re working from.

Quote from: Ana66

I'll rethink about providing outcalls but to hotels only

When I first started doing outcalls, I did visit client’s houses but the lack of security in terms of CCTV footage of me being there really bothered me. Also, I just never felt I was totally in control given I was on the client’s territory. Once I decided only to make outcalls to central London hotels, I’ve felt much happier. Firstly, all clients must give their real names and provide a copy of the hotel reservation. I always insist we meet in the bar, restaurant or other public space as I know this was be caught on CCTV so should anything happen, there will be a record that that particular person was the last person I was seen with.

I know this isn’t 100% but in my experience, particularly since I only see clients who contact me via my website, I’ve had pretty much zero issue with outcalls to hotels or clients for that matter. None of my clients have posed any issues whatsoever and I rarely even used to check here or CE for reports as they’re so willing to ensure I’m comfortable in seeing them that they provide whatever screening information I need.

Lastly, and not se work related, but using Deliveroo to order supermarket shopping is stupid, just go the supermarket yourself or else order directly from the supermarket online!

PS. Feel free to drop me a line anytime if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by it all

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Maybe just maybe you could work from home as another extra option being very careful screening and using saafe and the other app to check to see for bad reports but don't look at working from home as a permanent situation and only let them in to the rooms they use and get rid of loads of personal items and say you are using it for work. Don't tell them you live where you work.

Yes this seems like the best option, I just have to figure out now how to break my working flat tenancy contract
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English Green, yes touring could be an option as well, however I would need to be able to save a bit of money before I start touring because once again it involves expenses for the accommodation and at the moment I'm completely broke  :(

I'll rethink about providing outcalls but to hotels only

Maybe just maybe you could work from home as another extra option being very careful screening and using saafe and the other app to check to see for bad reports but don't look at working from home as a permanent situation and only let them in to the rooms they use and get rid of loads of personal items and say you are using it for work. Don't tell them you live where you work.
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I work from home and generally haven't had many issues. I'd love to be able to rent an apartment but with my other business and low bookings I'm not sure it would be worth while.
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