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I'd try that first as it’s the conventional response, and most 'sensible' people comply. But if they still refuse...

I wonder what would happen if if you remind them that pimping is illegal in the UK and remind that if prosecuted and found guilty of controlling prostitution for gain, money laundering or human trafficking, their bank account can be frozen, home and possessions confiscated by the state. They also risk a jail sentence of 2-6 years.
A threat to report them to HMRC tax investigators and the police may encourage them to change their minds.
A deadline of 24 hours might help.

I'd take screenshots of their website with all your stolen photos on before I send, for your own records.
I also insist that they must confirm they have read my email and understand it and they generally reply.

I've handled this photo stealing a few times and they've removed them within 5 minutes to 24hrs like hot potatoes.

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Blather and Babble / Re: Coronavirus affecting bookings
« Last Post by ana30 on 10 July 2020, 09:25:42 pm »
I just wanted to know if anyone feels the recent situation with financial loss from lickdown might mean a change in prices.

I remember having been on lockdown, lucky you for being on "lickdown", sounds like so much more fun. ;D
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Blather and Babble / Re: Hate Entitled Regulars So Much!
« Last Post by Juliaxxx on 10 July 2020, 08:06:41 pm »
Do you Ladies get sometimes this strange question "Do your family kow that you are an escort ?" It seems to be a very popular question next to What is your real name.

I usually respond: And do your family know that you have to pay for sex to get it?

Then most of them have this the most embarrassing face ever and I often hear "I am sorry I am not good if it comes to women."


Well, sue you are not, You pay for sex to get it and come here to ask me if my family know that I am an escort.

One of them who asked me this was a psychiatrist by occupation!

Can't stand those disrespectful fuckers.
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You could email them to let them know you have copyright over the photos (if you do, if you don’t then your photographer will) and they have xx days to remove them or you will be seeking legal advice.

If you can in the meantime change your pics on aw, I know it’s a joke but aw will take your profile down for your pics not being exclusive to them. A few girls also watermark their pics with their aw name so it’s pointless stealing them.

Good luck!
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Hi folks,

Done a search and not sure if this has been covered before - apologies if so.

So, I recently discovered that a 'bait and switch' agency in Manchester has taken my photos from my AW profile and is using them on their site.

A friend actually rang up whilst I was with them and asked if 'I' was available, and they had the cheek to say yes.

I messaged the agency to take my photos down, but they then had the cheek to ask me to send my I.D. to prove it was me?!

Obviously they're so brazen they won't take them down in a hurry, so wondered if anyone had any advice as to what to do next.

Thanks xxx
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Questions and Answers / Re: universal credit and my own studio
« Last Post by BangerRacing on 10 July 2020, 06:53:59 pm »
It's 500 for 1 adult per month. Then you get rent & child elements. So if you are single, I'd assume it's 500 plus your rent. There is probably is a maximum cap off point for rent so I'd ask them directly or the citizen advice bureau if it's confusing. 1000 for a studio flat is very steep. I guess it depends where you are though.
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Warnings & Wasters / Short payer, Birmingham
« Last Post by Umrao Jaan on 10 July 2020, 06:44:10 pm »
Indian man late 30’s blue turban, grey top and white track suit joggers.

This was my first trial day and I had a gut feeling that something was’n’t right about this guy.

I had plenty of calls so wasn't really bothered if he showed or not. He did, seem very weird and that feeling kept niggling away at me. He handed over the funds folded as he headed to the shower room. I checked it whilst he is in the shower, it was 20 short. When he came out I mentioned it and he said can I give it to you after and I agreed as he was wrapped in the towel, I asked him to put it through my letter box. Silly mistake on my part. I reminded him when he left, he didn't post the money through and just walked off. I saw him get into his car (white audi) . He drove past and I caught his number plate too.

078026547**


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Spamming in the Lions' Den. / Re: Recruiting for massage in North London
« Last Post by blush1203 on 10 July 2020, 04:28:48 pm »
Hi there, I’ve also tried PMing you but doesn’t work. Please drop me a message! Thankyou x
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Reporting (Persistent) Timewasters, Phone & Text Pests / Serial TW Watford
« Last Post by Kay1996 on 10 July 2020, 03:24:23 pm »
This is the 3rd day in a row this asshole has booked and no-showed.

The first day he said he was called Lewis 075371746** ..he confirmed and  no showed so i blocked his number.

The second time he booked me under another number 075371277** ..i blocked him again.

Third time was today and he went by the name of Steve. Now im not 100% this was him but the writing style was almost identical. This number was 073943581**

Dont know what he gets out of doing it. Probably a pimp or something.
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Aww this is a shame to see.
I saw him twice last year he is actually a lovely boy.
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