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When I arrive at a punt I tend to have the fee in an envelope and a few quid in my wallet as I do not like having too much cash there. On my last punt the woman asked if I wanted to extend the session. As I did not have the money, the answer was alas no.

Do other punters take additional cash just in case they want to extend the session? I presume no woman will agree to extra time on the promise of nipping out to an ATM afterwards.

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You're right! I wouldn't! 

I had a guy I saw for about 2.5 years about once a month so fair to say a regular, He once showed up with about £40 less than usual saying he had messed up and had also left his cash card at home. He said he would pop the remaining amount by the following day.  It was totally believable and I thought I trusted him but he didn't ever reappear.  I'm usually as cynical as hell with a lot of men, but this one I really believed especially after all that time. Shame, cos things like this just make me yet more cynical! 

 

Anyway, despite this I have to ask if you don't trust the girl enough not to have extra cash on you you can hardly expect her to trust you to pop to the ATM and come back! :)

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My first punt was booked for an hour and a half and it was extended to an overnight!  We were at a central hotel, close to lots cash points so we both went out and I withdrew the maximum I could from a couple of cards to cover the cost.  Since then, I tend to have enough extra money to cover an additional hour if things are going well and the girl is able to extend the time we have together.

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Like DCM I usually have enough to cover a extra hour, If the girl comes & see me when I am in a hotel I have more but my wallet & "normal" phone are usually in the safe.

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When I arrive at a punt I tend to have the fee in an envelope and a few quid in my wallet as I do not like having too much cash there. On my last punt the woman asked if I wanted to extend the session. As I did not have the money, the answer was alas no.

Do other punters take additional cash just in case they want to extend the session? I presume no woman will agree to extra time on the promise of nipping out to an ATM afterwards.

 

Wallet?  I NEVER take my wallet in. Its safely locked in the car boot. OK, there is a risk the girl may nick it, but what if something with my name dropped out? I take cash in a pocket and some spare in another pocket.

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Wallet?  I NEVER take my wallet in. Its safely locked in the car boot. OK, there is a risk the girl may nick it, but what if something with my name dropped out? I take cash in a pocket and some spare in another pocket.

 

 

 

Do you think the lady would do something horrible if she saw something with your real name on it then?

 

I am pleased to say that many a man who visits me will leave all his stuff on the side (including his wallet and phone)in my kitchen/living room area, even when he is in the shower and can not keep an eye on it.

This had happened with new gentlemen who visit me too.

 

I often despair at the lack of trust between punter and escort typed up on forums, but then I do live in my own little world where I don't come across bad uns....

 

Lucy  :) 

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Do you think the lady would do something horrible if she saw something with your real name on it then?

 

I am pleased to say that many a man who visits me will leave all his stuff on the side (including his wallet and phone)in my kitchen/living room area, even when he is in the shower and can not keep an eye on it.

This had happened with new gentlemen who visit me too.

 

I often despair at the lack of trust between punter and escort typed up on forums, but then I do live in my own little world where I don't come across bad uns....

 

Lucy  :) 

 

 

nothing personal.  Most escorts are VERY careful to keep their real names secret to the punting community. So I think its reasonable for punters to protect their identity. too.  I wonder how many girls on here would want me to know their real names.

 

But a worse scenario would be to drop a credit card and the girl finds it after ive gone.  Does she call me to say she has found it?  or just chop it in half? or what.

and its such a a pain when you lose a plastic card and have to order a new one.

so I reckon 90% of the reason i take the minimum of stuff into a punt is it reduces the amount of stuff a daft old fart can forget to take when he leaves. The other 10% is cos I dont think its fair to put temptation in a girls way.

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Do you think the lady would do something horrible if she saw something with your real name on it then?

 

I am pleased to say that many a man who visits me will leave all his stuff on the side (including his wallet and phone)in my kitchen/living room area, even when he is in the shower and can not keep an eye on it.

This had happened with new gentlemen who visit me too.

 

I often despair at the lack of trust between punter and escort typed up on forums, but then I do live in my own little world where I don't come across bad uns....

 

Lucy  :) 

It is obviously sensible to take some precautions, on a first meet at least.  There are scams and we all know it.

 

However, I nearly always have some extra cash, in case of extensions, or at the very least enough to grab a post punt G&T (and sometimes a couple) before heading home, in case I fancy it.  Inevitably the cash and I get separated while my clothes are in one room and I am in another (taking a shower).  No one has ever nicked anything from me. 

 

As soon as it is reasonably clear I am not being scammed I am not one to worry about girls being tempted to nick anything.  I don't see WGs as any different to anyone else I meet in this respect.  They have well paid jobs.  Why on earth would they feel the need to be thieves as well, and just potentially bring trouble down on themselves?  It doesn't make sense.

 

With girls I've met more than once I have no problem in taking my wallet into a meet, including cash, ID etc. Do other people leave their wallets at home when they go out for a drink with friends, just to avoid tempting them?

 

You're right! I wouldn't! 

I had a guy I saw for about 2.5 years about once a month so fair to say a regular, He once showed up with about £40 less than usual saying he had messed up and had also left his cash card at home. He said he would pop the remaining amount by the following day.  It was totally believable and I thought I trusted him but he didn't ever reappear.  I'm usually as cynical as hell with a lot of men, but this one I really believed especially after all that time. Shame, cos things like this just make me yet more cynical! 

 

Anyway, despite this I have to ask if you don't trust the girl enough not to have extra cash on you you can hardly expect her to trust you to pop to the ATM and come back! :)

It's so pathetic that a guy would give up a relationship with a regular for the sake of £40.  Behaviour like this just makes me mad, really :angry: .

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You're right! I wouldn't! 

I had a guy I saw for about 2.5 years about once a month so fair to say a regular, He once showed up with about £40 less than usual saying he had messed up and had also left his cash card at home. He said he would pop the remaining amount by the following day.  It was totally believable and I thought I trusted him but he didn't ever reappear.  I'm usually as cynical as hell with a lot of men, but this one I really believed especially after all that time. Shame, cos things like this just make me yet more cynical! )

It's a sad indictment of the human race that incidents like this occur in all walks of life. Nothing wrong with you being cynical after that and treating any future clients in the same circumstances with suspicion. I've had people with "can I pay you next time etc etc" and been let down on occasions. But there have been other occasions when I've been shown how good people can be. You just never know.

Having said which I can't imagine a genuine client turning up without the cash. In the curcumstances of what happened to you it's understandable why you trusted him.

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On my first visit to a lady as much as possible remains locked in the car. I have the cash for the booking in one pocket and sufficient funds should I wish to extend the booking in a mini-wallet plus phone and carkeys. I take the minimum that I need.

With a lady that I have seen before I don't bother. What I have in my pockets normally us what I take with me. If I didn't like the lady and didn't feel comfortable with her then I would behave differently. If I didn't like her I wouldn't be seeing her again. There have been a couple of ladies that I've behaved like this with on the first visit after talking on the phone with them, exchanging e-mails etc. they didn't let me down.

I asked one lady to get something out of my wallet and she refused. She said she didn't do it on principle and just handed me the wallet. She earned quite a few brownie points for that. On another occasion I left the same lady in her house with my jacket, wallet and other things whilst I went to my car for the money. I had forgotten to bring it in with me and I only realised when I was getting dressed. She had realised that I hadn't given her the money but had said nothing. Trust. A precious commodity.

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I usually take the fee plus an extra 50 quid or so, when I first started I used to take just the right amount out of the bank.

I remember asking one girl to extend by half an hour or so, I went to grab my wallet and she said "its okay we can sort that out later" 1 hour and 30 minutes later I grab my wallet...I genuinly thought I had the money to cover it, I was 40 quid short though (only had a tenner).

I said I'd pop down to the bank and she could come with me, she declined, but  I left my phone and my house keys as security, then I turned up 5 minutes later with the cash.

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I do trust working girls, but my Yorkshire blood tells me not to trust anyone overmuch. I respect their boundaries, hence would never go over time without having the money. I expect them to respect mine.

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With a new lady I generally have a bit of extra cash and after a first visit I take what ever I was wearing when I left the house. I know I can be trusted and I hope that is reflected in the way I treat the ladies I visit.

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I just carry what i always carry.Enough cash for the fee,and if i'm heading out,enough for the evening plus spare.I do however,as i've always done,spread the cash between pockets but thats more a mugging precaution.

As for a wallet,i only have a small card one,but i dont empty it before hand of any form of id or anything.But thats because i dont use a fake name.Admittedly,thats more because i have a lousy memory

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I have seen the occasional guy leave his entire wallet behind  before now. After a discreet text they returned to collect the wallets and actually stood there in front of me checking the contents. I had to say to them "seriously now, thats a bit insulting when if I wanted to steal your stuff  I could have just not bothered telling you it was here in the first place" 

 

Another guy returned once because he had lost his phone and simply wouldnt believe that it wasnt there. I had checked EVERYWHERE yet he insisted on checking the whole room, fair enough but then rather than accept he had misplaced it after he left he just kept rambling on that "it must be here somewhere" really? Why? It took me ages to get him to leave and I had another client waiting in the flipping car park whilst all this was going on. I could tell that even as he left he was thinking I had stolen the damn thing. I never even saw the phone so Im still dubious as to wether he even brought it in with him. It leaves a bad taste in your mouth when you are treated like that so personally I would prefer guys to leave everything in their car and just bring their cheap little punting phone with them.

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I always just take enough cash for the booking plus a little extra for a taxi if needed. But I always have my bank card and other ID with me, if I had to leave my wallet behind I don't think I'd be too worried. The girls unlikely to do anything with it other than let me know she has it.

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If someone has lost their phone in your place, all you have to do is to ring it - unless its been turned off.

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Another guy returned once because he had lost his phone and simply wouldnt believe that it wasnt there. I had checked EVERYWHERE yet he insisted on checking the whole room, fair enough but then rather than accept he had misplaced it after he left he just kept rambling on that "it must be here somewhere" really? Why? It took me ages to get him to leave and I had another client waiting in the flipping car park whilst all this was going on. I could tell that even as he left he was thinking I had stolen the damn thing. I never even saw the phone so Im still dubious as to wether he even brought it in with him. It leaves a bad taste in your mouth when you are treated like that so personally I would prefer guys to leave everything in their car and just bring their cheap little punting phone with them.

It's amazing what a panic people can get into when they lose their phone. You'd think the world was about to end!! Although I'd probably be the same and panic also, I only use the one phone for business, personal and punting... but thankfully I've never lost mine, touch wood!!

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I did a duo once with on of my mates, the guy was coming over from Ireland with his mates and didn't want them to know he was coming over to see us so he made some excuse about getting a paper and left them then got a taxi over to us.  The problem was the taxi cost him double the amount he thought it would (was quite a distance) so he didn't have the full fee when he arrived.

 

We chatted about it for a bit and decided to go ahead anyway as he was there and something was better than nothing, he promised to post the rest over as soon as he got home.  We didn't for one minute think he would, but he did and a little extra for our trouble which was really nice of him.

 

There are some nice genuine people out there.

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But a worse scenario would be to drop a credit card and the girl finds it after ive gone.  Does she call me to say she has found it?  or just chop it in half? or what.

and its such a a pain when you lose a plastic card and have to order a new one.

 

Some years ago in a Glasgow flat (the one on Dumbarton Road, near enough opposite the Salvation Army shop) I must have dropped my work-place name badge in my haste to strip off. I only realised that this had happened when, several months later I knelt down to do up my shoe lace, after the deed had been (very pleasantly) done, and I saw my badge just under the edge of the sofa. Said something for the tenner one paid to the house, in addition to the lady's whack!

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If someone has lost their phone in your place, all you have to do is to ring it - unless its been turned off.

well he didnt ask me to ring it so i guess it was turned off, either way, it wasnt there

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I have seen the occasional guy leave his entire wallet behind  before now. After a discreet text they returned to collect the wallets and actually stood there in front of me checking the contents. I had to say to them "seriously now, thats a bit insulting when if I wanted to steal your stuff  I could have just not bothered telling you it was here in the first place" 

 

Another guy returned once because he had lost his phone and simply wouldnt believe that it wasnt there. I had checked EVERYWHERE yet he insisted on checking the whole room, fair enough but then rather than accept he had misplaced it after he left he just kept rambling on that "it must be here somewhere" really? Why? It took me ages to get him to leave and I had another client waiting in the flipping car park whilst all this was going on. I could tell that even as he left he was thinking I had stolen the damn thing. I never even saw the phone so Im still dubious as to wether he even brought it in with him. It leaves a bad taste in your mouth when you are treated like that so personally I would prefer guys to leave everything in their car and just bring their cheap little punting phone with them.

 

its tales like this that make me think my approach is right, dont take more to the punt than is absolutely necessary.  WTF are you going to do with you fone or wallet while with the girl anyway?  Best locked in the car.

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its tales like this that make me think my approach is right, dont take more to the punt than is absolutely necessary.  WTF are you going to do with you fone or wallet while with the girl anyway?  Best locked in the car.

Until your car gets nicked. :D

 

On a more practical note however, it is only reasonable to leave all this stuff in the car ... if you drove to the punt!  Us London punters going in on the tube need to carry a bit extra with us to make sure we can contact the girl on the way and get home after.

 

I do always get worried in case I leave wallet, phone, car keys or Oystercard behind after a punt, but I just make sure I have put it away in a pocket I can securely close so it can't fall out.  So unless I forget my trousers...

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I prefer to have my phone with me all the time in case something goes wrong between the car and the punt location.

I might, for example, get slightly run over and carted off to hospital.

It's nearly happened several times due to being somewhat flustered on the way, and trying to decipher ambiguous directions.

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Until your car gets nicked. :D

 

On a more practical note however, it is only reasonable to leave all this stuff in the car ... if you drove to the punt!  Us London punters going in on the tube need to carry a bit extra with us to make sure we can contact the girl on the way and get home after.

 

I do always get worried in case I leave wallet, phone, car keys or Oystercard behind after a punt, but I just make sure I have put it away in a pocket I can securely close so it can't fall out.  So unless I forget my trousers...

 

Um

fair point if punting by public transport.  But my public transport punts are under 2% of them all. Usually leave the car nearby.

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