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Maxes Angels - Why Are Reviews Not Public?

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Well they once were and I don't understand why the policy was changed to 'hide' them behind a login.

 

Given that there are so many other escort sites (as well as this one) that are free, it seems a strange 'marketing' idea. After all it should be relatively easy to vet authentic reviews.

 

Maybe I am missing something, but as many of the girls are not listed anywhere else I would have thought the more publicly visible reviews the better.

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Business wise it doesn't make sense.  If anyone new views Max's site, they may be hesitant to book due to not knowing if the girl is any good.  Not having the reviews on display for potential new customers is not a clever business strategy!

 

The specific services are also hidden.  Again no good for attracting new business!  So many agencies show reviews and list specific services, so new clients have a good choice of agencies to choose from. 

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Forgot to say they do list some of the services on the featured angels section.

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I vaguely remember at the time the reviews went private that there was some claim that because some of the reviews had become very explicit (hello wiggy!) some of the girls were uncomfortable with them being publicly viewable.  My suspicion was that it might have had something to do with the laws on controlling prostitution for gain and hiding the reviews and services were meant to make it a little bit more difficult for the authorities if they wanted to bring a case against the agency. It would hardly have protected them from the law but it might have been enough to move them down the list a bit if some prosecutor was looking for an easy target.

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I suspect as Dan leno says it's a legal thing as the OP points out it doesnt seem to make much business sense.

 

The thing I find strange is the one post a month rule to retain membership.Surely you would want as ,many people as possible to read the reviews so why cancel memberships from people who want to read the reviews and give the agency business but dont want to post on the forum on a regular basis

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I suspect as Dan leno says it's a legal thing as the OP points out it doesnt seem to make much business sense.

 

The thing I find strange is the one post a month rule to retain membership.Surely you would want as ,many people as possible to read the reviews so why cancel memberships from people who want to read the reviews and give the agency business but dont want to post on the forum on a regular basis

 

Like you I suspect that Dan has given the correct reason to explain why reviews and services are members only.  Every so often specific agencies are targeted by the powers that be and all sensible agencies do all they can to maintain a low profile with the wider public and avoid unnecessary offence.

 

The one post a month rule to retain membership simply doesn't apply in my experience. I post there very occasionally and have in  the past gone at least four months without posting there. My ability to view members only content has never been questioned let alone removed.

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The one post a month rule to retain membership simply doesn't apply in my experience. I post there very occasionally and have in  the past gone at least four months without posting there. My ability to view members only content has never been questioned let alone removed.

Same here

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