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Paranoid?

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Am I Paranoid? I don't think so but you might think otherwise.

I was watching Crime Watch tonight and could'.t believe the simple basic steps that criminals didn't take to protect or hide their identities. I almost always use London Agencies and even if there is no "bad" history between us i might decide to book under another name, different mobile number. Not to deceive or hide myself, but just to add a different dimension to the proceedings. My thinking is that maybe the agency thinks they know my "MO" and just go along with booking without much interest, so I like to be Mr Anonymous occasionally just to see who is suggested appropriate for me. Sometimes it's a pleasant surprise and sometimes it isn't.

But my question is ......Do you also use multiple mobiles / names when booking a WG ( Agency or Indie) to protect your identity?

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I dont use multiple numbers or names when booking, but I wouldnt ever use my personal/work line as I would be paranoid about being contacted again, also about the fact that contract phones are registered at home or work address, I would be paranoid if it could be tracked or something.

I stick to good old pay as you go phone when punting

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Yes.. but re your point about Criminals.

The ones you see reported on telly are the ones who get caught - generally the not-too-bright/careless or greedy ones. Smart ones don't make the news, because nobody finds out who they are.

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I have used a few names to protect my identity, it does cause some concern when some girls I know as one name hear me being reffered too by another, but generaly I think it becomes too well known if you punt quite a bit, so you have to change your name, I am known as differant name in differant parlours, the problems come about when girls who worked at one parlour now work at another, hence the name confussion.

When I bookan escort I just use the one name, somehow it feels differant when your with an escort, to when you walk into a parlour.

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Just 'cos you're paranoid, doesn't mean the bastards aren't out to get you

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Am I Paranoid? I don't think so but you might think otherwise.

I was watching Crime Watch tonight and could'.t believe the simple basic steps that criminals didn't take to protect or hide their identities. I almost always use London Agencies and even if there is no "bad" history between us i might decide to book under another name, different mobile number. Not to deceive or hide myself, but just to add a different dimension to the proceedings. My thinking is that maybe the agency thinks they know my "MO" and just go along with booking without much interest, so I like to be Mr Anonymous occasionally just to see who is suggested appropriate for me. Sometimes it's a pleasant surprise and sometimes it isn't.

But my question is ......Do you also use multiple mobiles / names when booking a WG ( Agency or Indie) to protect your identity?

I have a punting phone which is only on while arranging punts and use various names. I look at it as a basic precaution to take.

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i change my name to john

Hey!!!! My name is John!!!

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Like a good secret agent...I never use my real name. Now I think about it I have only given it to two ladies

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Hey!!!! My name is John!!!

With you there John. When a lady asks my name and I say "John" a few have given me the look as if to say "Whatever you say, hun". "No really, it's John" Dont think we need false names. Surely respect both ways negates the need....?

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With you there John. When a lady asks my name and I say "John" a few have given me the look as if to say "Whatever you say, hun". "No really, it's John" Dont think we need false names. Surely respect both ways negates the need....?

15 years ago and far back in my punting ALL punters were known as "Johns", even to my face in my experiences.

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