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  1. #88
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    Provider from high-cost area (ex. CA) + no reviews = poor odds (IMHO)

    Quote Originally Posted by ElberGonzalez  [View Original Post]
    Agree, I think she needs some sort of help, in my report I forgot to mention that seemed like someone was smoking cannabis inside the room, can't tell she was high as fuck though, probably she uses eye drops or something, the point is that I've seen folks not feeling well when in presence of heavy weed stench, so yeah another good reason to avoid her.

    Yes, I lost couple bucks, in this game at some point there are some loses, I'm glad she is just like 1% of all hoes I've been with. At the end it was me who decided to leave the room, because as soon she got the money, she only took her pants off, she didn't want to take her hoodie off, she just laid in the bed, no more positions, she didn't want to be touch at all!! That's when I started to raise my voice because ***** seemed she was not going to work as she agreed before, after being yelled she at least took her hoodie off to show the shape of those huge tits, she didn't took off her sports bra, but I could tell she has some curves, then when finally made her to bend her over she didn't want me to grab that fat ass! That's when I left the room, couldn't stand that bitchy attitude.
    Amber's links:

    http://nova.backpage.com/WomenSeekMe...-9970/46615492

    https://liveescortreviews.com/ad/nov...9970/2/1449595

    FWIW, I always question why a good provider would incur the high costs involved in traveling from CA all the way to the DMV. If she has a good reputation, and is making good $ in her home area, then it's cheaper for her to work out of her own residence, local hotels, shared apt arrangement, or local outcalls. If she's concerned about privacy issues, then there are less expensive options closer to home.

    It's my belief the DMV has a reputation with providers for clients willing to pay higher prices. When providers visit from lower-cost areas, that makes good business sense to me so it doesn't set off my alarms. But when they come from places like SAN, LAX, SFO, PDX, and SEA, that raises a red flag for me unless they have good reviews or intel reports. Of course there are always exceptions, such as providers who travel a regular circuit, but even those have reviews and reports once they've been at it for a while.

    So the bottom-line for me is that if I'm going to TOFTT on an unreviewed provider, the better odds are to go with someone who looks to be local (who will hopefully care about repeat business) or maybe a provider who looks like she's coming from a nearby or lower-cost area.

    In the end it's still a gamble and all we can do is try to improve the odds as best we can.

    Sorry for your experience but thanks for the heads up!

  2. #87
    Quote Originally Posted by TomMcAn  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the report. It sounds like she needs to find another line of work and / or get some professional help. I hope you didn't lose much money, especially if she didn't put out.
    Agree, I think she needs some sort of help, in my report I forgot to mention that seemed like someone was smoking cannabis inside the room, can't tell she was high as fuck though, probably she uses eye drops or something, the point is that I've seen folks not feeling well when in presence of heavy weed stench, so yeah another good reason to avoid her.

    Yes, I lost couple bucks, in this game at some point there are some loses, I'm glad she is just like 1% of all hoes I've been with. At the end it was me who decided to leave the room, because as soon she got the money, she only took her pants off, she didn't want to take her hoodie off, she just laid in the bed, no more positions, she didn't want to be touch at all!! That's when I started to raise my voice because ***** seemed she was not going to work as she agreed before, after being yelled she at least took her hoodie off to show the shape of those huge tits, she didn't took off her sports bra, but I could tell she has some curves, then when finally made her to bend her over she didn't want me to grab that fat ass! That's when I left the room, couldn't stand that bitchy attitude.

  3. #86

    Yikes

    Quote Originally Posted by ElberGonzalez  [View Original Post]
    I wanted to try something new today and decided to check BP, I saw a chubby one and as some of you might know I really enjoy my time with them, well this time was an exception. She acted normal all the way until she received the donation, she started with that stupid attitude like "do not touch my tits, don't touch my legs, don't raise your voice, don't be rude" all that crap that comes with all those bitches who been raped / abused while making money. I was like come on, if you don't want any of this why you fucking working doing this! Anyway I got really pissed off, she didn't even reveal that set of Gees like she said she will at the beginning. She told me she is 21, probably she is, she has a fat ass and a nice pair of tits, but her whole attitude is a turn off. So for those who value good service I suggest avoid this one, I know YMMV but I really think she is a lost case.
    Thanks for the report. It sounds like she needs to find another line of work and / or get some professional help. I hope you didn't lose much money, especially if she didn't put out.

  4. #85

    Amber.

    I wanted to try something new today and decided to check BP, I saw a chubby one and as some of you might know I really enjoy my time with them, well this time was an exception. She acted normal all the way until she received the donation, she started with that stupid attitude like "do not touch my tits, don't touch my legs, don't raise your voice, don't be rude" all that crap that comes with all those bitches who been raped / abused while making money. I was like come on, if you don't want any of this why you fucking working doing this! Anyway I got really pissed off, she didn't even reveal that set of Gees like she said she will at the beginning. She told me she is 21, probably she is, she has a fat ass and a nice pair of tits, but her whole attitude is a turn off. So for those who value good service I suggest avoid this one, I know YMMV but I really think she is a lost case.
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  5. #84
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    I'm sure you know this, but absolutely don't give her any info

    Quote Originally Posted by Hypothetical  [View Original Post]
    Ok. I fell for it. Water under the bridge, live goes one.

    Got a text this afternoon. She now wants to credit back. Asked for name and email.
    One of the classic scammer tactics is making contact again and running a different con. I guess they figure if they fooled you once there's a decent chance they can do it again. And one of the standard follow-up scams is to pretend they want to help you get back some or all of your money.

    From what you posted, it's my guess they'll start with name and email but then ask for more, like a cc or bank account number so they can "credit" you with the money. Yeah, right!

    Let's hope karma catches up with these b*tches sooner rather than later.

  6. #83

    It continues

    Ok. I fell for it. Water under the bridge, live goes one.

    Got a text this afternoon. She now wants to credit back. Asked for name and email.

    Quote Originally Posted by JmSuttr  [View Original Post]
    Ah, ok. When I first looked at his post the thumbnail wouldn't enlarge when I clicked on it. So it looked like it was her regular ad instead of someone posting the additional details of the scam. So, if that's accurate (and the original poster never got that far into the process), then it certainly meets the criteria of a scam.

  7. #82
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckshotWatson  [View Original Post]
    The text of the ad / thumbnail LAmovr posted indicates she requests the PIN, drains the card, and then cancels the appointment.
    Ah, ok. When I first looked at his post the thumbnail wouldn't enlarge when I clicked on it. So it looked like it was her regular ad instead of someone posting the additional details of the scam. So, if that's accurate (and the original poster never got that far into the process), then it certainly meets the criteria of a scam.

  8. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by JmSuttr  [View Original Post]
    For this to be a true scam someone needs to demonstrate how the provider (or scammer) gets money from the client without actually meeting him in person.

    The point I made earlier is still valid. As long as the client doesn't give the provider any numbers or codes from the back of the Vanilla card, then having the card in his hand when he shows up for the appt is the equivalent of having cash in hand. The only way this turns into a scam is if we get some report that she calls a client and asks him for the numbers on the card itself.

    Otherwise, it's still my theory that this could be the (excessive) defense mechanism of a provider who has been ripped off. I'm not saying I couldn't be wrong about this, just that it hasn't yet been proved.
    The text of the ad / thumbnail LAmovr posted indicates she requests the PIN, drains the card, and then cancels the appointment.

  9. #80
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    Posting a pic of the ad doesn't prove it's a scam

    Quote Originally Posted by LAmvor  [View Original Post]
    For this to be a true scam someone needs to demonstrate how the provider (or scammer) gets money from the client without actually meeting him in person.

    The point I made earlier is still valid. As long as the client doesn't give the provider any numbers or codes from the back of the Vanilla card, then having the card in his hand when he shows up for the appt is the equivalent of having cash in hand. The only way this turns into a scam is if we get some report that she calls a client and asks him for the numbers on the card itself.

    Otherwise, it's still my theory that this could be the (excessive) defense mechanism of a provider who has been ripped off. I'm not saying I couldn't be wrong about this, just that it hasn't yet been proved.

  10. #79

    Looks like it is a scam after all

    http://nova.postfastr.com/Therapeuti...money/47041237

    Just in case the link goes bad.
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  11. #78

    Yes, scam

    Quote Originally Posted by TomMcAn  [View Original Post]
    I never had a provider refuse cash as payment during my years of mongering, not even on the first visit. There's something strange going on here. You did the right thing by bailing. And as JmSuttr pointed out, there are plenty of other providers who will provide what you're looking for at a similar price. RTFF and do your homework first before going to see any of them.
    Yes, a total scam.

  12. #77

    You did the right thing

    Quote Originally Posted by LAmvor  [View Original Post]
    So I answered an add on backpage for a massage. Had one of the wixsite webpages with all the details and donations for a massage.

    Ginger4 uu. wixsite.com/ pure-relaxation.

    Set up an appointment and was directed to a shopping center in Fairfax and told to text when I arrive. So far so good. Nothing out of the ordinary here. Then when I text that I arrived I'm told "first time client must buy a Visa Vanilla gift debit card with the hour fee on it. " No cash accepted. After the first visit then you can pay however you want.

    I refused. I said you should have told me this BEFORE I drove down here. They responded and said it's all on their website and I should have known. I went home and read every page on the website TWICE. Nothing about Visa gift cards.

    Is this some kind of scam? I just moved here from LA and I have never seen anything like this. My gut said no way so I bailed out. I texted back and said your website says nothing about gift cards. They responded back and said I missed out on a surprise free 4 hand session. Yeah. Right.

    Does anyone have any ideas on if this is a scam?
    I never had a provider refuse cash as payment during my years of mongering, not even on the first visit. There's something strange going on here. You did the right thing by bailing. And as JmSuttr pointed out, there are plenty of other providers who will provide what you're looking for at a similar price. RTFF and do your homework first before going to see any of them.

  13. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by LAmvor  [View Original Post]
    So I answered an add on backpage for a massage. Had one of the wixsite webpages with all the details and donations for a massage.

    Ginger4 uu. wixsite.com/ pure-relaxation.

    Set up an appointment and was directed to a shopping center in Fairfax and told to text when I arrive. So far so good. Nothing out of the ordinary here. Then when I text that I arrived I'm told "first time client must buy a Visa Vanilla gift debit card with the hour fee on it. " No cash accepted. After the first visit then you can pay however you want.

    I refused. I said you should have told me this BEFORE I drove down here. They responded and said it's all on their website and I should have known. I went home and read every page on the website TWICE. Nothing about Visa gift cards.

    Is this some kind of scam? I just moved here from LA and I have never seen anything like this. My gut said no way so I bailed out. I texted back and said your website says nothing about gift cards. They responded back and said I missed out on a surprise free 4 hand session. Yeah. Right.

    Does anyone have any ideas on if this is a scam?
    Haven't seen her but you're right that the website says nothing about needing to buy a gift card.

    https://ginger4uu.wixsite.com/pure-relaxation

    And neither does her BP ad.

    http://washingtondc.backpage.com/The...bsite/46083892

    But most gift card scams (at least the ones I've read about) involve the scammer asking, via phone or email, for the codes or numbers on the back of the card. By doing that they can use the value of the card to make purchases on the web without ever having to take possession of the physical card.

    From your description it sounds like you were asked to buy the card and bring it to the session. So, as long as you retain possession of it, and don't give out any numbers or codes, handing her the card at the beginning of the session would be the same as handing her cash.

    Again, I haven't seen this provider but I don't get a "scam vibe" from her website. My best guess is that she's been ripped off (maybe with counterfeit bills) and this is the defense mechanism she's come up with. By asking a first-timer to buy the gift card, she's reducing her risk.

    FWIW, I'm trying to give the benefit of the doubt here but that still doesn't mean I'd be happy jumping through those kinds if hoops and she definitely does not say anything about gift cards on her site. A bigger issue for me is she claims to have reviews but there's nothing on the oThER site and what she has on her webpage could easily have been self-written.

    Bottom line: there's plenty of good, well-reviewed FBSM value out there without having to deal with all that BS and the crap attitude on top of it. For 120 an hr you can visit almost any one of the Thai massage providers (check reviews and forum reports first) and you'll be a happy client.

  14. #75

    Is this a scam of some kind

    So I answered an add on backpage for a massage. Had one of the wixsite webpages with all the details and donations for a massage.

    Ginger4 uu. wixsite.com/ pure-relaxation.

    Set up an appointment and was directed to a shopping center in Fairfax and told to text when I arrive. So far so good. Nothing out of the ordinary here. Then when I text that I arrived I'm told "first time client must buy a Visa Vanilla gift debit card with the hour fee on it. " No cash accepted. After the first visit then you can pay however you want.

    I refused. I said you should have told me this BEFORE I drove down here. They responded and said it's all on their website and I should have known. I went home and read every page on the website TWICE. Nothing about Visa gift cards.

    Is this some kind of scam? I just moved here from LA and I have never seen anything like this. My gut said no way so I bailed out. I texted back and said your website says nothing about gift cards. They responded back and said I missed out on a surprise free 4 hand session. Yeah. Right.

    Does anyone have any ideas on if this is a scam?

  15. #74
    Quote Originally Posted by VaPlay  [View Original Post]
    Thanks Yoyo, you saved my ass just in the nick of time.
    Experienced similar situation. Big scam.

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