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Any way to combat these scammers?
HomerMarge 81 Reviews 276 reads
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I think it's terrible how these groups take advantage of those looking for a simple arms length business transaction.  Is there any non-violent way to combat these scammers such as last minute cancellations, wrong addresses etc?  Granted I'm a big pussy but are there any real men out there that can retaliate in this manner?  I used to find it so easy to pick out the scams - the ads were all the same - almost like it was an agreement with those in the know.  Now it seems the ads are getting less obvious, at least a few of them.

It this real?  I can't find any reviews.  Plus the donation sees off.  Let me know your thoughts...

As I recall, there are similar ads liks this before; very hot-looking MILFs with very low rates. There is one that is infamous; She uses the same pics but keeps changing her name. Some poor bastard later found out it's all talk and no action. LOL.


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This is the type of ad when you call and ask for the girl and they "She will call you back"..And than some lady (saying it's her) will call you..And than will agree to meet you somewhere and when you show up it is not the girl..

And if you try and have sex she will say "I am not a Prostitute" and will just talk for an hour..They keep changing their number and ads..Everytime I call and they say "She will call you back"..I just hang up..

R

I asked if she does incall because I didn't see it, and I also ask the location. Some lady didn't know what I was talking about, and told me she only does outcall and the girl in the picture was gonna call me back. The girl called me back like 15 minutes later and asked for my location for an outcall. I told her I was looking for a blowjob and she hang up.

Normally I would not be explicit in my demands, but, I can spot these ripoffs from a mile away. She, and plenty of other ladies in Eros are ripoffs. You have to be careful booking these ladies. Keep posting 411 if you have any questions.

if you ask for more you might be lucky only if she says "I am not a Prostitute".  She might use that as an excuse to cut the visit short, start to cry or act offended, then leave.  These ads are only good for one thing, messing with people.  For example calling the number then the second they answer transferring the call to a co-worker's phone, etc.  Not that I have ever done something like that.

Posted By: RustyBingham
This is the type of ad when you call and ask for the girl and they "She will call you back"..And than some lady (saying it's her) will call you..And than will agree to meet you somewhere and when you show up it is not the girl..

And if you try and have sex she will say "I am not a Prostitute" and will just talk for an hour..They keep changing their number and ads..Everytime I call and they say "She will call you back"..I just hang up..

R

Also beward of the East Indians on Eros and Backpage. They are notorious for this kind of bait and switch.

The wording in that ad says... date, time together... I'd be careful

I think it's terrible how these groups take advantage of those looking for a simple arms length business transaction.  Is there any non-violent way to combat these scammers such as last minute cancellations, wrong addresses etc?  Granted I'm a big pussy but are there any real men out there that can retaliate in this manner?  I used to find it so easy to pick out the scams - the ads were all the same - almost like it was an agreement with those in the know.  Now it seems the ads are getting less obvious, at least a few of them.

Firstly, we can petition TER to change the policy and framework to allow adding identification information of known scammers as it changes without writing a whole new review. Perhaps a different review format for rip-offs. I remember writing one review of a rip-off and many of the questions did not pertain to what actually happened. That review was actually denied at first because I did not discuss physical interaction--there is no physical interaction in a rip-off. I think we have enough eyes out there, we just need searchable   reporting mechanisms to catalog these scammers.

Burner phone... Order outcall to someplace where you're not.  You can image if ten guys did that to a scammer.
No real downside.
You'd want to make damned sure it's a scammer...

Posted By: HomerMarge
I think it's terrible how these groups take advantage of those looking for a simple arms length business transaction.  Is there any non-violent way to combat these scammers such as last minute cancellations, wrong addresses etc?  Granted I'm a big pussy but are there any real men out there that can retaliate in this manner?  I used to find it so easy to pick out the scams - the ads were all the same - almost like it was an agreement with those in the know.  Now it seems the ads are getting less obvious, at least a few of them.

- High Quality pro PICs.

- No mention of Incall or Outcall

- No PICs showing any real skin, not even a Bikini PIC

- Below generally understood market rates (I qualify this one as I've met many a 200 - 250  provider and had a wonderful session with ladies as attractive as this scammer). So the rate is not necessarily a dead give away.

DickyJones303 reads

Here is why:

If  you ever get caught using escorts, you could argue that "not all escorts have sex for money" and that "just because you called them does not makes you  guilty of anything". To support your defense, you can call one of these SCAM artists  and  video tape your encounters with them ( no sex occurring but only talking) and use that as a legitimate evidence to back their defense.  Since there are so many of them, you can even make two tapes in less than 24 hours, lol

I am not even sure if some politicians, working with crafty lawyers in DC, DELIBERATELY seeded these type of scammers  for that exact purpose.  This will make LE and prosecutors  so much harder to go after them, haha. I am surprised that LE has not tried to bust all these scammers down first.

I bet Vitter and other congressmen SUPPORT these scammers.

Another thing you can do to get rid of them is call and tell them to come to the homes of local police officers, judges and lawyers. That will REALLY get them in trouble fast, haha

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