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    Bogus E-Transfer

    Iím not sure how it happened as Iím usually very careful with E-Transfers. This time I guess I wasnít. Had a client early this afternoon for 15 mins. Watched him do the etransfer on his phone and it said it went through. My own mistake for not checking my email right away. 😩 It didnít go through. Anyways client was of Spanish background and says he is 32. Very well dressed, like a business man. Of course when I messaged him saying the payment didnít go through he didnít answer. Iíll take the loss but donít want anyone else to have to. His number ends with 3007 and starts with 778. Ladies if you would like his full number feel free to message me as Iím not a paid advertiser on here.
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    You should contact Linda Malcolm. He stole from you. A real business man would get back in touch and settle his debts

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    Sorry, to hear that, I remember in Toronto one time very early in the business. Someone whom i since a few times asked to use the washroom before he left and I had left the donation on my dresser and he took it on the way out. I felt sick to my stomach like I was raped. Not to mention how it made me feel for the rest of your day. Don't let him rent anymore space in your head and thank you for sharing.

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    Yeah, I learned my lesson my first few weeks into the job - you can watch them send the transfer, and you can check your email to see the transfer, but if you don’t deposit it right away, once the blow n go is over and he’s walked out the door, while you’re busy brushing your teeth...he can cancel it on you. He was in his early 20’s, arrogant, entitled,nrude, and a thief. He even took a flippin’ juice box on his way out the door. He’s one of the reasons why I prefer men as old, or older than me!

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    That’s bogus, sorry to hear. I always deposit the transfer before anything starts. I even have had a client for outcall and I didn’t show up until the email was in my inbox, luckily though he knew it would take 45min. Sometimes it’s just easier to tell them to hit an ATM on the way, they’re everywhere so no excuses lol.

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    I honestly don't understand the appeal of "e- transfer".
    I mean sure, everyone has online banking etc, but there's countless ATM's out there with little to no fees.

    Insist on cash, or no deal!

    I once had an Sp insist on e trans, but since I dont' use mobile banking, I insisted I bring her cash when I saw her.
    After countless texts, she/they were only interested in getting the e trans, then not seeing me.

    Works both ways!

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    The exact same thing happened to me with this very same client! Im also usually careful but his smile and his wanting to move things along caught me off guard!
    My sense is that he is trained in sales and gets off on getting away with shit with girls.....
    Im sorry that it also happened to you Lindsey <3

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    + 1 that Cash is King!

    I hope the ladies have reported this thief / sexual assaulting low life.


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    Ugh. Makes me nauseous to think there are people out their like this. I’m sorry it happened to you too. DM me whenever u want if u like.

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    Technically I believe this may be rape.

    Consent is conditional on the payment, if the payment is revoked, there is no consent.

    Therefore he is having sex without consent.
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    ^ THIS! 100% this.

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    I really don’t know how to go about reporting him etc. I’m independent and like to keep myself out of the lime light as much as possible. I actually blocked my number and called the Bogus ETransfer guy and it rang and went to voice mail. It’s defini him tho. It’s his phone and not an app.
    Lindsey

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    It's rape and you can report him.

    Lindsey, if you're in Vancouver you can contact Linda Malcom who is a primary liaison for sex workers with the VPD. She is extremely helpful and understanding, absolutely no judgement (from what I experienced with her over multiple phone convos). It might feel weird or scary to contact the VPD about sex work related theft, but you could also be doing a great service to other providers out there by reporting him.

    PM or email me if you'd like more info. I'm so sorry that happened to you. All the best.

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    I agree cash should be up front, but I have been the victim of several cash and dash over the years, so it goes both ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by High Roller View Post
    I agree cash should be up front, but I have been the victim of several cash and dash over the years, so it goes both ways.
    It goes both ways? Are you saying what happened to Lindsey is comparable to what happened to you!?!

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