All the blacklist websites are getting plenty of traffic the past several months and have gained traction with Google which has moved these websites up the rankings. Google has moved them up their rankings because of rapidly changing content and increased new content. Perhaps because of the bad P4P economy, some have taken things to extremes and will blacklist any guy for any reason.
Blacklist my hobby phone number, blacklist my handle, blacklist my hobby email all you want. I will just get new ones and find a lady who wants to see me.
The problem arises when someone's real name, phone number, personal email, street address or place of employment are blacklisted. A simple Google search for this information will pull the blacklist websites to the top and a guy's life is FUCKED. Many of these websites are not encrypted or secured (they should be) allowing Google spiders to read them.
Blacklisting using a guy's personal information is the last frontier IMO and I would rather quit the hobby and return to BP style hookups.
The lesson here is to never use your real name, personal/work email, work information or any other info that might compromise your identity when a lady screens you. I don't care how hot a lady is or how good her reviews are! It is not worth the risk. Just read the legal board or the GD board on a regular basis and see how people's personal lives are getting ruined. There are many ways for a lady to screen a client and assure her safety without personal information getting exchanged. We also have to be careful when engaging in "small talk" with a lady during the appointment about sharing too much personal information.
I don't even hobby with my real first name. I have a unique first name and a simple Google search of my first name will pull up all sorts of stuff about me like where I went to school, college GPA, dean's list, college pictures, even newspaper "public information" listings. If a lady finds this information about you on the internet, she could use it to blacklist or even blackmail you. Good luck getting the owners of these blacklist websites to remove your information without a suit and even then it might not work because some websites are owned and hosted outside of the U.S.
I have invested the time and dollars to create a hobby identity for myself, it has been worth it for my sanity at least.
This post is not directed at Hilary but those who are concerned about their privacy and want to protect it.