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Posted By: hiddenhills
If you're ever confronted by LE as you leave a providers incall remember to always STFU, never try and talk your way out of this situation.
I couldn't agree more!!! You should watch these in their entirety:

Don't Talk to Cops, Part 1:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8z7NC5sgik
Don't Talk to Cops, Part 2:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08fZQWjDVKE&feature=relmfu

More important info:  http://www.lawcollective.org/

And it would also be wise to have a lawyer's number memorized just in case.

I've seen quite a few check lists or 'top tens' to help providers look for warning signs that a client is actually a cop. Are there any lists or top tens to assist clients avoid entrapment from LEs?

Edit: I do understand that it's the client's responsibility to do their homework on the provider they are contacting, but I guess I'm looking for 'buzz word' type phrases once you're already with the provider. One example from a list I saw to assist providers with clients told them to watch out for questions like 'how long have you been doing this?' or 'can you bring drugs?', and so on. Are there any similar things a client should look out for?

-- Modified on 6/6/2012 8:41:19 PM

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Hi cherubael;
  I don't know of any such lists myself. Personally I only see those who have reviews here at TER and/or a similar presence that gives me some peace of mind. I'm sure others will chime in with other, perhaps more complete info.

One thing to look for is if they have a badge!!!!!!!!

Second if you walk into the room and there are pictures on the walls of their
Father, Uncle, Brother,  with their police uniforms on.

Third is if they have a picture on the wall in their police uniform
getting a "Police Woman of the Year" award from the Mayor.

If you see any or all or any combination of these you might be in the company
of a police officer.

Shifterp OUT!   ps I know you asked for 10 but I really had to concentrate like
the dickens to get three.

Thank you so much for all your genuinely valuable suggestions, shifterp.

Maybe my question seems incredibly noobish, but I asked because there were a few warning signs mentioned in the listed for providers that I didn't think of as that obvious, such as the 'how long have you been in the business' question. Seemed to reason there maybe more common knowledge going the other way that I didn't already have.

That is no problem and just trying to add a little humor.

Bottom line, a great way to steer clear of any troubles is to do some research.

Here on TER is a great place. See a gal you like on here, check her reviews. Check her website.
Get to be buddies with a couple of the fellas here. Once you are in with a couple of them they can give you some suggestions that will cut the timing curve. You can go straight from fumbling along on your own to straight the best gals in your area.

Most important, do not take yourself too seriously or anyone else for that matter, do your homework, make some friends and everything should be fine.

I know what you are trying to do, I started in the hobby at one point too. I am just trying to say after being around awhile LE is about the last thing on my mind. Do what you need and can to to find the good gals to deal with and that is not really an issue. They are not looking for any "Johnny Law" trouble anymore than you are.

I know some of my clues were on the funny side, but if you think about it they were all also true.
Just goes to show you things that are funny get that way cause there is always a grain of truth in there somewhere.

Shifterp OUT!

actually in all seriousness -  

Wether the lady is LE or not, you should be on the lookout for signs of trouble -

Location - is it in a bad neighborhood? Is the hotel pretty much known as a hooker hang out?  Even if she's not LE, good chance LE and hotel staff keeps an eye on comings and goings.

Drugs - did she ask you to bring some or tell you she had some if you'd like to join her?  Even if she's not LE, do you really want to be with a drug addicted provider?

Pics - Does she look like her pics or is at a totally different girl answering the door?  Could be LE not wanting to show herself or could just be a scammer, either way you are not in for a good time.

Not alone - her boyfriend, roommate, pimp, anotehr provider is hanging around or in the room with her  - you just might be getting robbed if not arrested.

All of this is common sense.  Be on the lookout for any signs that could mean trouble of any kind.  You dont want to get caught in a vunerable position by anyone.

Also another quick one - if she looks young, regardless of the age she posted, you better be sure she is legal age otherwise you could be facing statuatory rape charges if she tells anyone (even after the session is over and you are home).

...RUN!  Never mention money in exchange for sex by phone, email or in person.  Never hand money directly to a provider either; this is for legal reasons as well as not making her feel like a whore.

roosevelt told us years ago we have nothing to fear but FEAR itself..times havent changed much..

Posted By: cherubael13
I've seen quite a few check lists or 'top tens' to help providers look for warning signs that a client is actually a cop. Are there any lists or top tens to assist clients avoid entrapment from LEs?

Edit: I do understand that it's the client's responsibility to do their homework on the provider they are contacting, but I guess I'm looking for 'buzz word' type phrases once you're already with the provider. One example from a list I saw to assist providers with clients told them to watch out for questions like 'how long have you been doing this?' or 'can you bring drugs?', and so on. Are there any similar things a client should look out for?

-- Modified on 6/6/2012 8:41:19 PM

or empty dunkin donut boxes all over the incall. Bottom line seeing well reviewed providers is your best choice to avoid LE.  If you're ever confronted by LE as you leave a providers incall remember to always STFU, never try and talk your way out of this situation.

And for more legal advice check the legal corner board.  There really is no better way to learn about the hobby than by participating.  Reading all sorts of escort blogs and hobby web sites is one thing, the only way you'll really learn about the hobby is be seeing escorts.

Your 96 reviews seems like a lot of experience in the hobby. Ever been confronted by LE?

Posted By: hiddenhills
If you're ever confronted by LE as you leave a providers incall remember to always STFU, never try and talk your way out of this situation.
I couldn't agree more!!! You should watch these in their entirety:

Don't Talk to Cops, Part 1:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8z7NC5sgik
Don't Talk to Cops, Part 2:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08fZQWjDVKE&feature=relmfu

More important info:  http://www.lawcollective.org/

And it would also be wise to have a lawyer's number memorized just in case.

Naomi and Papa have shared some very good info, but hiddenhills advice to stick to well reviewed providers is the best info.

All newbies should stick to well reviewed providers. If you do, then LE should not be an issue.

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