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the pictures are fake.Also a google search shows an ad with the phone# used in the bp ad but also has another phone# listed.
More than likely a bait and switch agency claiming to be independent.
Proceed at your own risk!

you would have to be a fool to get anyone from back-page, even more so one that looks so young. Back-page is being used by parents of underage girls that were being trafficked ..

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I googled the ph#, and she has almost 2 pages of google results, all with the same pics,  same name, same age, and same ph#.  and all very recent. One of the results was a well known regional escort board in Northern CA. , the name I cannot say due to TER rules, and that ad had an email address. If you can find the ad, why not send her an email, see if she responds. I have found out, over the years that I've hobbied, scammers of all sorts, usually get tripped up by not being consistent with their advertising.  

BTW, I use bp often, with some precautions you can hobby off of bp and meet some great providers.
I have met many new providers off of BP , who are not aware of the all the issues surrounding BP, once the provider gains experience, and finds out about all the issues with BP, they decide to advertise elsewhere, and others decide to continue on BP.

OK, BP white knighting over.

You won't get the girl in the pix, but you will get someone that some manager decides to send you, so good luck with that.

I don't consider this white knighting at all. You have just given some very good advice about how to hobby safely and avoid bp scammers. If you follow the simple rules you laid out, there are some excellent new ladies to be found this way on bp.

Posted By: ShillBill
I googled the ph#, and she has almost 2 pages of google results, all with the same pics,  same name, same age, and same ph#.  and all very recent. One of the results was a well known regional escort board in Northern CA. , the name I cannot say due to TER rules, and that ad had an email address. If you can find the ad, why not send her an email, see if she responds. I have found out, over the years that I've hobbied, scammers of all sorts, usually get tripped up by not being consistent with their advertising.  

BTW, I use bp often, with some precautions you can hobby off of bp and meet some great providers.
I have met many new providers off of BP , who are not aware of the all the issues surrounding BP, once the provider gains experience, and finds out about all the issues with BP, they decide to advertise elsewhere, and others decide to continue on BP.

OK, BP white knighting over.  

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the pictures are fake.Also a google search shows an ad with the phone# used in the bp ad but also has another phone# listed.
More than likely a bait and switch agency claiming to be independent.
Proceed at your own risk!

I was able to connect a client of mine (at his request) with a "girl" with a very special
skill set. I did a lot of research and chatting with her and in this case
it turned out very well. So, it really just depends.

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