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DO NOT ask if an offer you received is a scam. This includes, but is not limited to: This rule includes scammers information. Do NOT try and sell an item you're selling on Craigslist here. The Things I need you to know - w4m - 50 North Dallas image 1 age: Guys responding to posts in this section should be aware of these realities: Now, you have to understand the value in these things, for these "people," scammers basically.
They either want to hack into your email to send virus-related spam, or capture password information from you that they can possibly use to defraud you in many different ways.
Never click on the links they provide to you. I'll come to your place. And all over you. Hurry baby, I need it. This is probably always a scammer. Email troller, basically or will ultimately send you a link to click on, to generate a profile so they can feel "safe" about you? How ironic, the scam is making you reveal yourself, so they can be safe, when really they are out to rob you of your most vital information.
How unsafe does that make you feel? A phone number is increasingly useful in recreating a person's identity. Ok, im looking for a man. U need to have a place to host. Im very beautiful and fun and sexy. Im safe and not looking for unsafe stuff. Plz dont text and ask for my pic. No sreenshots, no bs, im real. Im discreet and no trouble. Let try this guys.
These people are plying a trade and I guess these posts are from a mixed bag of people who are just what they say they are. You can normally spot these by their length and some level of detail about themselves and combined with specifics about what they are looking for.
This is helpful when they use different come-ons to attract response. Either of which are probably not what any guy is looking to engage with.
This is part and parcel of the scams here, the photos can be used to regenerate your identity or simply the person is collecting photos because that's their hobby. Again, engaging with them is not going to produce a positive result. Engaging with these people seems very counter productive at best and dangerous at the worse. Nice to look at, but overwhelmingly not actual photos of a woman you are going to engage with.
My advice to guys on this site is to guard your identity with every click. Every time you send a photo of yourself or your phone number or your real email address, think about this: Would you want that phone number used as tool to recreate your identity? Do you want some hacker busting in to your email account? Besides, the number may be for a service, and they may send over who is still available. I had a friend who was a Cragslist sex worker for a while.
She worked through an agency so that, although the picture was of her and the most flattering picture she had at that , the phone number was the agency's. She didn't advertise very often; they were encouraged to gather a few regular clients and avoid making new ones, for the most part.
When called, she would then try to get a feel for the prospective client, making sure he or she wasn't creepy. After that, they would first meet at a neutral, public location. Sometimes, they would do this more than once before she decided to take someone on as a client. I recall her telling me that she was encouraged to bail out at any point if she felt uncomfortable and to let the agency know about it.
Anyway, that's one way it works when it's not a scam. I don't know about how it goes on the scamming end. Some websites maybe not Craigslist , ostensibly use a system to report back from clients to assure the photographs that sex workers use are genuine.
I can imagine there is a strong incentive for both sides to weed out scams or fakers, even if they're not always successful. Craigslist is probably more hit and miss, but I really don't know. There is no 'scam' option, btw I am guessing since adult services has been removed in the last year, that all these posts are "prohibited". Aside from cop sting ops and sending an uglier girl than pictured, I don't think there's much of a scam to be had in prostitution; it's pretty profitable anyways.
Aside from cop sting ops and sending an uglier girl than pictured, I don't think there's much of a scam to be had in prostitution People still work the badger game where the would-be john gets robbed instead of serviced , actually. She didn't put her photo or phone number in her Craigslist ad, but did put in text adverts and an email address. Clients would then email and the negotiations and photo exchanges would begin.
I think in one of her posts she talked about the ones who had photos and phone numbers were agency girls, and if 'Alyccia' in the photo wasn't available, the agency would try to send you some one else. Well, on The Police Women of Broward County , the undercover police officer asks you to meet her at a motel, you go, she asks you what you want from the "menu," and then once you hand over the money, a bunch more police dudes and ladies bust in the door and arrest you.
Some sex workers can be accused of false advertising, most will stretch their truth. But their body is their brand and it's in their best interest to attract as many enquiries as possible. They're betting that you'll be so overcome with anticipating horniness that you'll take the person that turns up even if they've stretched the truth. And sometimes the scam is that you'll be robbed by some boofy bloke who now knows you are currently alone with possibly a few hundred cash on you, and possibly unlikely to call the police for fear of being exposed.
They're called sex workers. It's a legitimate profession where you pay people for their services. My physio uses her body to manipulate mine. I'm in my underwear, there's oil involved and moans of delight and agony from me. And you would have seen sex worker in real life. They're everywhere and can look like your mum, sister, wife or grandmother. Or uncle, father, brother Pejorative language about sex workers and their work is unhelpful and marginalising. Like taff , I'm surprised you're surprised.
Sex workers are everywhere, but I guess if you were not wise to the presentation and prevelence, you might not notice them. If you want to know how a typical cash for sex transaction takes place, I would suggest PunterNet as an excellent source to browse experience reviews. I think you'll find it's pretty You might also enjoy Belle de Jour's books. FWIW, I get a lot of calls like the one you didn't want to make - someone posted my name, number and a presumably glowing review of my services as a sex worker on a site somewhere.
Sadly, the only paid services I provide are unrelated to the immediate wants and needs of these callers I'm a web designer and developer , but they have uniformly been polite and only about a third of them withold their number. Red Book also has customer reviews of sex workers. Not in Boston though. Having been a fashion photographer in another lifetime, I can tell you that not even all models are models.
The camera is a funny thing, it distorts in most unpredictable ways. And of course, the 1 factor: I always worked with a team of makeup artists - what these folks could do would blow your mind. If she's a pro who values advertising, she'll get photographed professionally, and at the end of that process may look like a different person.
That's even before photoshop, which these days is routine bleh. There's a pretty large number of sex workers who actually don't do face-to-face meetings rather, it's paid phone sex, sex texting, sex emails, etc.