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Bellelondonescorts.com - What's The Catch?

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hello expert London punters

 

While idly browsing Adultwork I came across a lovely-looking woman, PrettyLondonLover.  She looks too good to be true, but as always optimism won out and I emailed her.  She answered today and directed me to her agency's website, bellelondonescorts, where her AW photo keeps company with other similar, all £100 p/h and all rather lovely.  Clear alarm bells ringing.  Also there's no phone number listed, only an email form.  Even more sirens going off.  Is this a malware trap?  A standard bait and switch?  Or is it actually the Holy Grail?  I'm fairly certain it's not the second coming (I'll set 'em up, you knock 'em down) but I was hoping someone might have more empirical evidence...

 

yours hopefully

 

 

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Some of the girls I haven't seen on other sites. Therefore probably fake pix. suspicious 'bait and switch'. Some (eg. Iness and Alexandra) are real escorts in London. Says Iness is Away, which is correct. BUT the prices are £100 for 1 hour. Whereas their normal price is £150. I suspect OWO comes extra? This will bring the price up.

Why not call and find out? Say 'Ms X is also on AdmiralEscorts so what's the catch'?

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Probably profile maintained by some agency as the girl might be new to London and this business: she might not be speaking English properly, cannot write.  What about the pictures: are they professionally 'distorted'?  Low price means she is not busy and might have a high central London rent.

 

Indeed might just be a base rate with lots of adds on.

 

Investigate and good luck.

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How about the old saying : if it sounds too good to be true, usually it is ?

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What's The Catch?

 

Try emailing her on her belle email, you will be asked to deposit the full amount of money upfront into a bank account, that's the catch..... I don't think anyone has got past that stage yet ... if you want to be the first ... go ahead & let us know how you get on.

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I SENT THIS EMAIL TO BELLE LONDON ESCORTS.

 

QUOTE

 

Dear Mr Belle London Escorts
Thank you for giving me the company number 09010129 to prove your legitimacy. However, all it proves is that a company called LONDON ESCORTS AGENCY LIMITED in Notting Hill was registered this year. That could be anyone, and there is no company called BELLE LONDON ESCORTS LTD contrary to the information on your website, let alone one registered in 2004!
 
What the customer needs reassurances on is quite simple, and you have not supplied it. The customer needs to know that (1) when he turns up at the address at the appointed time the girl in the photographs is there and expecting to receive him (ie. that it is not the address of some derelict building!) and (2) that she acknowledges you as having taken money for a service on her behalf. (She could well be there, ready and waiting ... if you book her through another agency for the appointed time, on the customer's behalf. But then she will ask for money from the customer as is normal, she won't who YOU are in this booking process. Note that this particular escort is available on several reputable sites at her normal prices)
 
Quoting your 'refund policy' as you have done IS INSUFFICIENT. The customer requires reassurances BEFORE making the payment to your bank account.
 
Further, (I know this is a minor point but) the address on your website 8 New Bond Street is that of the well known jewellers Graff Diamonds. See Google Earth.
The phone number for your domain registrant does not work. See www.whois.com
The bank sort code you gave 11-00-44 is a Halifax one, apparently for internal transfers (?)
 
For all of the above reasons I shall not be making any bank transfer.
Yours faithfully,
 
Ronn
 
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I think these guys are hilarious - had this 'lady' send me messages regarding an RB I have at the moment. She's been on there for a week, has two positive feedbacks from Members who aren't Active (funny that) and wants me to look at that site.

 

Deleted, blocked.

 

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