ladyofthemansion

Have any of you ladies received this?

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I got this email from somebody on the other site.

In one way its a good thing but think there may be a charge. Will soon find out.

www.clients2avoid.co.uk

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I recieved an ** message warning me off certain guys then asking me to go to this site.

Then anouther message from a different user name pointing me there, So i think its a big marketing scam IMHO. xx .

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There is no charge at the moment but I can bet any money there soon will be when it is established. Its actually a very good idea though.

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I got this email from somebody on the other site.

In one way its a good thing but think there may be a charge. Will soon find out.

www.clients2avoid.co.uk

Whois details are :-

Domain name:

clients2avoid.co.uk

Registrant:

c lambert

Registrant type:

UK Individual

Registrant's address:

The registrant is a non-trading individual who has opted to have their

address omitted from the WHOIS service.

Registrar:

Fasthosts Internet Ltd [Tag = FASTHOSTS]

URL: http://www.fasthosts.co.uk

Relevant dates:

Registered on: 30-Oct-2009

Renewal date: 30-Oct-2011

Last updated: 17-Nov-2009

Registration status:

Registered until renewal date.

Name servers:

ns1731.hostgator.com

ns1732.hostgator.com

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I'm not sure about the legality of that site.

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I'm not sure about the legality of that site.

You could well have a point.

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Have commented on this lot elsewhere already as I have a number of issues with this 'operation'. A few people have now mentioned this lot and apparently they now have more than 50 aliases over on A W. This must be because of their rather aggressive spamming of their members. Forgetting the issue whether or not their service is useful momentarily, it just from a professional point of view does not look good if an organisation uses these kinds of tactics, spams and approaches members unsolicited and has so many aliases. Then there is the whole issue of data protection and potential legal complications to list people's numbers & addresses without consent etc. And surely, if they were genuine and thought this business model through the most sensible place to advertise would be for example via SAAFE and other industry boards. I do not like the idea that there is so little info of who runs this and their background. After all they are expecting members to input quite sensitive information. I am also concerned about the confidentiality of any information that is entered - it takes one 'bad egg' trying to ingratiate herself to a client to let him know about such an organisation and everyone could face all kinds of backlash if you joined up. Recently, there appears to have been a lot of grief over 'a client list' on some Irish forum with one escort literally naming all other ladies who used the same list thus causing them a lot of damage.

Furthermore, I am also a little puzzled as to why such a serious incident as described by this mysterious lot, i.e. of a lady being robbed in a hotel has not been mentioned on any warning section on any forum. Ladies received a specific warning about a guy via PM on A W as an incentive to join up. Surely, if this incident had happened - the agency would have placed a notice up to warn others about this guy somewhere? Also who is to say people will use this directory fairly and perhaps not try and cut out the competition a little with scaring them off prospective clients? And even they are not as nefarious as they come across - how much use will the vetting be? Surely this could create a false sense of security if the gent appears not on the directory and ladies do not take the trouble to check out warning sections?

And if this is a paid for service - why bother paying if you can actually check out industry warnings elsewhere, like here for free?

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I agree,

Why pay for access to a site like that when you can get warnings on here and other forums for free.

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I'm not sure about the legality of that site.

Never do I. Apart of legality, there are to many signs of scam. Domain only been registered over a month ago, and they already claim its 1816 bad clients listed! :cool: Same with number of registered escorts and agencies.

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I agree,

Why pay for access to a site like that when you can get warnings on here and other forums for free.

It's free. I just signed up (with my throwaway email address) out of curiosity. Will see what spam appears but you can't browse the reports, only search on email address, phone number or ** ID.

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It's free. I just signed up (with my throwaway email address) out of curiosity. Will see what spam appears but you can't browse the reports, only search on email address, phone number or ** ID.

How much do you want to bet on them charging in future?

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Never do I. Apart of legality, there are to many signs of scam. Domain only been registered over a month ago, and they already claim its 1816 bad clients listed! :cool: Same with number of registered escorts and agencies.

Hmmm. That is strange.

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I have to say it looks a bit dodgy. Have any of you ladies submitted names to it? If not, where are they getting them from? I tend to agree with the earlier poster who says you can get warnings on this site from regular subscribers, a lot of whom are already very well established here, and I hope ladies do and will use this site for that purpose when appropriate.

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How much do you want to bet on them charging in future?

I'll keep you posted. :cool:

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How much do you want to bet on them charging in future?

Of course they are going to charge. Why else say that they are going to be offering affiliates in the near future?

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MMMM does seem a bit iffy and I agree with lady of the mansion that there will definately be a charge in times to come :):cool::eek:

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Never do I. Apart of legality, there are to many signs of scam. Domain only been registered over a month ago, and they already claim its 1816 bad clients listed! :) Same with number of registered escorts and agencies

The 'name & address, please, sir' staff of the Met vice squad have plainly been working overtime. Funded by the taxpayer, obviously :cool:

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I've signed up for it, they may well start to charge in future, if it turns out it's been really useful I may go for it, if it hasn't I'll just not bother staying with them.

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It has an option on there to display guys who dont turn up for appointments.

:cool:

They hardly fall in to a dangerous category

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It has an option on there to display guys who dont turn up for appointments.

:cool:

They hardly fall in to a dangerous category

But surely the serial ones who don't turn up for appointments are one of the main problems for WGs, far more common than dangerous punters? It does refer to clients2avoid and bad clients, not just dangerous ones.

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i would have to agree with you on this i have been reading the old stuff on the List in ireland that was around a few years ago it caused no end of probs for the escort who were found to have a database list of clients that the girls used to reference clients

its was hacked i belived and the number and names of the clients posted on the net /message board with there full numbers names /message board alias and comments on the hmmm sexual likes dislikes

i think a lot of girls got slated and got a lot of hassel over this

Have commented on this lot elsewhere already as I have a number of issues with this 'operation'. A few people have now mentioned this lot and apparently they now have more than 50 aliases over on A W. This must be because of their rather aggressive spamming of their members. Forgetting the issue whether or not their service is useful momentarily, it just from a professional point of view does not look good if an organisation uses these kinds of tactics, spams and approaches members unsolicited and has so many aliases. Then there is the whole issue of data protection and potential legal complications to list people's numbers & addresses without consent etc. And surely, if they were genuine and thought this business model through the most sensible place to advertise would be for example via SAAFE and other industry boards. I do not like the idea that there is so little info of who runs this and their background. After all they are expecting members to input quite sensitive information. I am also concerned about the confidentiality of any information that is entered - it takes one 'bad egg' trying to ingratiate herself to a client to let him know about such an organisation and everyone could face all kinds of backlash if you joined up. Recently, there appears to have been a lot of grief over 'a client list' on some Irish forum with one escort literally naming all other ladies who used the same list thus causing them a lot of damage.

Furthermore, I am also a little puzzled as to why such a serious incident as described by this mysterious lot, i.e. of a lady being robbed in a hotel has not been mentioned on any warning section on any forum. Ladies received a specific warning about a guy via PM on A W as an incentive to join up. Surely, if this incident had happened - the agency would have placed a notice up to warn others about this guy somewhere? Also who is to say people will use this directory fairly and perhaps not try and cut out the competition a little with scaring them off prospective clients? And even they are not as nefarious as they come across - how much use will the vetting be? Surely this could create a false sense of security if the gent appears not on the directory and ladies do not take the trouble to check out warning sections?

And if this is a paid for service - why bother paying if you can actually check out industry warnings elsewhere, like here for free?

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But surely the serial ones who don't turn up for appointments are one of the main problems for WGs, far more common than dangerous punters? It does refer to clients2avoid and bad clients, not just dangerous ones.[/QUOT

You are right but there will be girls who list every no show. Not all no shows are deliberate.

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One or two gentlemen off this very forum as nice as they are, have had slight fall outs with various girls over the years and could very easilly have found themselves on that website.

Its seriously flawed and not a very good idea. besides as other girls have said if someone decides to hack it and go public with the contents, or a punter finds himself on there and decides to tackle them, they could find themselves in serious trouble and would have to remove the clients details anyway.

I don't know about other area's but the circle of girls round here keep each other well informed as to dangerous clients and serious timewasters. Add that to the various free forums already on the net and the fact that it looks like its gearing up to become yet another pay site trying to get rich of the working girls back, it does kinda make you think 'whats the point?'

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Have commented on this lot elsewhere already as I have a number of issues with this 'operation'. A few people have now mentioned this lot and apparently they now have more than 50 aliases over on A W. This must be because of their rather aggressive spamming of their members. Forgetting the issue whether or not their service is useful momentarily, it just from a professional point of view does not look good if an organisation uses these kinds of tactics, spams and approaches members unsolicited and has so many aliases. Then there is the whole issue of data protection and potential legal complications to list people's numbers & addresses without consent etc. And surely, if they were genuine and thought this business model through the most sensible place to advertise would be for example via SAAFE and other industry boards. I do not like the idea that there is so little info of who runs this and their background. After all they are expecting members to input quite sensitive information. I am also concerned about the confidentiality of any information that is entered - it takes one 'bad egg' trying to ingratiate herself to a client to let him know about such an organisation and everyone could face all kinds of backlash if you joined up. Recently, there appears to have been a lot of grief over 'a client list' on some Irish forum with one escort literally naming all other ladies who used the same list thus causing them a lot of damage.

Furthermore, I am also a little puzzled as to why such a serious incident as described by this mysterious lot, i.e. of a lady being robbed in a hotel has not been mentioned on any warning section on any forum. Ladies received a specific warning about a guy via PM on A W as an incentive to join up. Surely, if this incident had happened - the agency would have placed a notice up to warn others about this guy somewhere? Also who is to say people will use this directory fairly and perhaps not try and cut out the competition a little with scaring them off prospective clients? And even they are not as nefarious as they come across - how much use will the vetting be? Surely this could create a false sense of security if the gent appears not on the directory and ladies do not take the trouble to check out warning sections?

And if this is a paid for service - why bother paying if you can actually check out industry warnings elsewhere, like here for free?

I recieved a text message from a number ending in 6969 with a warning of a client his phone number etc. telling me to check out client2avoid.co.uk

then this morning recieved a message via ** from sandra1020 (92 aliases) with the same info and a full report of the guy reportd on clients2avoid.

:D:confused:

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I had a look my concerns would be what one girl thinks is a bad client isn't another girls.

I used to work in parlours and see clients who other girls would slag off and not like and I'd get on like a house on fire with them.

xx

Holly

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