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Have You Ever Financially Supported Your Wg

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Sounds like a troll  post I know

 

a  regular of mine, well regular for a newbie, has offered me money ...

 

if I was ever stuck financially all I needed to do was ask kind of thing

 

 He's a lovely man and my immediate thoughts were ... No :eek:

 

I would never accep I think that's just wrong on so many levels & frankley a little insulting

( what kind of girl do you think I am LOL)

 

closely followed by he's going to be ripped off by someone if ihe's not careful

 

and then I wonder if he's either getting overly attatched or in white night mode

 

so have you ever been tempted to make a similar offer and more importantly ...why?

 

 

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No. I wouldn't be insulted at all if they offered to financially support me though! :D

 

Having said that, some years ago a regular of mine (weekly for a year at £200) stole £200 from me when if she'd said "can I borrow £200 hendrix?..I might have said yes. 

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I financially support "my" WG every time I have a booking with her :D.

Seriously, I once got asked by a regular in my early days for a loan. I was very fond of her, saw her socially as well as professionally and was fully aware that her financial management skills rivalled those of RBS in 2008, so knew she was desperate. I therefore "lent" her the £100 she asked for, in the full knowledge that I'd never see it repaid.

Sure enough, I eventually got bored of seeing her and moved on. The "loan" was never mentioned again, as I expected.

My view is that punters who go around offering this kind of thing are probably looking at the relationship wrongly and to be realigned carefully.

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If a regular wanted to give me money I would give him a service simple really.

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The most simple rule: never ever ask or accept it from the clients. Some guys insist to accept some financial help, even when you did not asked for it. (merely something slipped in conversation, that you could do with some cash right now.)

 

If WG stuck for the money, its better borrow it from the fellow WG, or a friends, family. I was borrowed money that way, as well as borrowed money to other WGs (not a great amount though), and I have not even met them. Without exceptions it was always re-paid.

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Could be an innocent offer but could be something more dangerous.  Could just be the first step towards him thinking he "owns" you and no matter how nice he seems now he could become increasingly possessive as time passes and if you don't reciprocate the fact that you're in his debt will then be brought into play.

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My first thought was the same as bean57. Supposing you move on, I bet he would turn a bit unpleasant then as you would still "owe it to him"! Avoid him like the plague I would say. Sounds like he is either trying to "buy you outright" or at least buy some "exclusivity" with you!!

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I financially support "my" WG every time I have a booking with her :D.

My view is that punters who go around offering this kind of thing are probably looking at the relationship wrongly and to be realigned carefully.

And I have financially supported a great many too. :D

 

I have, on a couple of occasions, provided a 'loan', but not for a great deal of money and it came with plenty of strings attached. I'm not a charity and very few things in life are free. :cool:

 

If a punter wishes to do that, it's up to him of course but my personal view is that he probably needs to take a good look at himself and his life. I'm not even sure why any man would WANT to do that? Puzzling? :huh:

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My first thought was the same as bean57. Supposing you move on, I bet he would turn a bit unpleasant then as you would still "owe it to him"! Avoid him like the plague I would say. Sounds like he is either trying to "buy you outright" or at least buy some "exclusivity" with you!!

 

 

Christ.......hey gringo ....how much for zee woman ?.

 

...I never thought of that I was more concerned he'd fnd a less scrupulous WG & end up fleeced

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Could be an innocent offer but could be something more dangerous.  Could just be the first step towards him thinking he "owns" you and no matter how nice he seems now he could become increasingly possessive as time passes and if you don't reciprocate the fact that you're in his debt will then be brought into play.

Pretty much this.Always look for the hook

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Sounds like a troll  post I know

 

a  regular of mine, well regular for a newbie, has offered me money ...

 

if I was ever stuck financially all I needed to do was ask kind of thing

 

 He's a lovely man and my immediate thoughts were ... No :eek:

 

I would never accep I think that's just wrong on so many levels & frankley a little insulting

( what kind of girl do you think I am LOL)

 

closely followed by he's going to be ripped off by someone if ihe's not careful

 

and then I wonder if he's either getting overly attatched or in white night mode

 

so have you ever been tempted to make a similar offer and more importantly ...why?

Certainly not, if a WG asks me for a loan which has happened a number of times i advise her to ask her family and friends, i am not in the habit of lending complete or virtual strangers money, and wouldnt loan others i do business with money either, not that any of them have ever asked for a loan. I find it extremely bad manners ans VERY unprofessional meaning i wouldnt be seeing the WG again.

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Bloody hell do ladies in this business not earn enough?   Asking to then borrow money is just a damn cheek.

 

I know it goes on...... and it never fails to surprise me of the brass nerve of some women.  There are unfortunately a few men who

will fall for a sob story and part with (unearned) cash .... to never see it again... so a "loan" is not really such is it?  Good show for any guy

who gets the loan repaid but I bet they are in the minority.

 

If I found myself in financial difficulties the last person I would ask for help is a client.  It is crossing the line big style.

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Bloody hell do ladies in this business not earn enough?   Asking to then borrow money is just a damn cheek.

 

I know it goes on...... and it never fails to surprise me of the brass nerve of some women.  There are unfortunately a few men who

will fall for a sob story and part with (unearned) cash .... to never see it again... so a "loan" is not really such is it?  Good show for any guy

who gets the loan repaid but I bet they are in the minority.

 

If I found myself in financial difficulties the last person I would ask for help is a client.  It is crossing the line big style.

Lynn: of course girls earn enough money, as well as they have plenty of savings too...

 

However, and I know its a cliché: circumstances sometimes changes, for various reasons, and they need a bit of help, even for a short while. I know some girls even considered to borrow from one of those "payday loans", that how desperate situation sometimes got!

 

Nobody can judge, and even yourself can not foresee it. Today you have a few hundred or so equity in the house, tens of thousands in savings/investments....tomorrow you might be left with fuck all, you can not work at all and no family support either.

 

I was not asked but the offer was accepted, when I borrowed cash to my fellow WGs. (all with different circumstances) Its rather be that way, instead of them type Wonga on theirs keyboard, or ask some David-the-regular to loan it, (No Way!) when she is poorly with terminal illness, she can hardly re-heat the bowl of soup.

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Sorry nope would not support a working girl, but if I could help for example fix pc or something then yeah would help.

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Christ.......hey gringo ....how much for zee woman ?.

 

...I never thought of that I was more concerned he'd fnd a less scrupulous WG & end up fleeced

 

He could be perfectly innocent, but it's something you wouldn't find out until it's too late unfortunately :unsure:

 

I know it's not nice to look on the negative side and be suspicious, but people can and do become very jealous and possessive when sex is involved. Not everyone, but is worth thinking about.

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Sorry nope would not support a working girl, but if I could help for example fix pc or something then yeah would help.

 

No point in asking you for a bit extra then.. :blink:

 

If anybody fancies chucking a few quid into this ex hookers retirement fund please feel free. :D  :D

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No WG is ever 'mine' so as to become 'your' as it is put. But every penny I've paid is to ' financially support' same.

 

I have heard of a punter who made a loan to a WG. He was repaid, by the way.

 

I have given time to a girl who needed 'business advice' and was not paid for same.

 

I'm really not sure what was the thrust of the OP's question.

Do I give money to charity sometimes? Yes sure I do.

Uncle Pokey

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I have done the odd bit of home maintenance around a lady's working premises (sorting out sticking doors, changing lampshades, minor electrical work etc) but would never lend cash.

 

The relationship is a commercial one; I pay for the "time" spent with my chosen escort and she provides me with a service. End of!

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Have to say the WGs I meet are some of the most grounded and sensible people around, probably more capable of taking care of their finances than most

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there is always a catch to everything just say no

Sounds like a troll  post I know

 

a  regular of mine, well regular for a newbie, has offered me money ...

 

if I was ever stuck financially all I needed to do was ask kind of thing

 

 He's a lovely man and my immediate thoughts were ... No :eek:

 

I would never accep I think that's just wrong on so many levels & frankley a little insulting

( what kind of girl do you think I am LOL)

 

closely followed by he's going to be ripped off by someone if ihe's not careful

 

and then I wonder if he's either getting overly attatched or in white night mode

 

so have you ever been tempted to make a similar offer and more importantly ...why?

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I have heard of a punter who made a loan to a WG. He was repaid, by the way.

 

Uncle Pokey

I also know of a punter who did this and was repaid, but have to say it's getting too much into boundary crossing territory for my liking....

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I'm really not sure what was the thrust of the OP's question.

 

why would someone blindside me and offer me money (unsolicited) I'm not broke & wouldn't accept even if I was

 

but I was curious as to possible motives

thanks for the points of view expressed so far

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I have lent money to working girls.  One paid it back in full and the other..  well I knew her circumstances so I gave her it and wrote it off.  It was only when she came back to me for more money, telling me she had put a deposit on a car and if I didn't lend her the balance she would lose the deposit.  I saw this as a form of blackmail, and said no.  I also stopped seeing her as a friend because I thought she saw me as a cash cow  and that is one of the biggest regrets of my life

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I'm really not sure what was the thrust of the OP's question.

 

why would someone blindside me and offer me money (unsolicited) I'm not broke & wouldn't accept even if I was

 

but I was curious as to possible motives

thanks for the points of view expressed so far

 

Sarah: similarly as you (in your first post) I will be mega offended if somebody (and especially the client)  offered me to borrow the money.

 

When he did so, did you asked him why he offered it?  And if you did, what was his response?

 

Its quite futile to ask such questions on the forum, (Yes, I've done it myself a few times, and very recently too) because people who reply only can speculate, advise and tell theirs own stories based on the info given.

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TBH I was so shocked I didn't know what to say & he  was on his way out

 

I never thought about the control & exclusivity angle though.... I will watch for any other creepy signs

 

so I am glad I asked as I  was initially more worried for him than me

 

Thanks all

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