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Left His Wallet In Room

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I had a client recently and as he had been traveling he asked to use the bathroom to freshen up. I went to make him a drink and when I returned to the bedroom noticed he had left his wallet on the side table. I felt uncomfortable with this and put the drinks down and left the room to busy myself elsewhere. It was obvious I had been back in because of the drinks being there. I hope that doesn't happen again.

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I had a client recently and as he had been traveling he asked to use the bathroom to freshen up. I went to make him a drink and when I returned to the bedroom noticed he had left his wallet on the side table. I felt uncomfortable with this and put the drinks down and left the room to busy myself elsewhere. It was obvious I had been back in because of the drinks being there. I hope that doesn't happen again.

 

Just remind the gent to take his belongings with him. I do.

 

They need to be reminded that not everyone can be trusted. There are women out there who will not think twice about stealing.

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I leave mine locked in the car. Not cos I think a wg would steal but that I may be daft enough to leave it behind.

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I leave mine locked in the car. Not cos I think a wg would steal but that I may be daft enough to leave it behind.

On incalls I always take the minimum of things with me for exactly that reason..

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Just remind the gent to take his belongings with him. I do.

 

They need to be reminded that not everyone can be trusted. There are women out there who will not think twice about stealing.

Well I would have done had I noticed before hand. It was on my return that I noticed it.

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Well I would have done had I noticed before hand. It was on my return that I noticed it.

 

Still worth mentioning though. It will make him think twice next time

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It sometimes amazes me that men are so laid back when it comes to this sort of thing. I know I am honest but they don't. It's like when men take out a huge wadge of money to pay you. I want to tell them to be more careful (or less showy offy) for all they know I could be dodgy or could have a dodgy accomplice I send after them or something. Same when men tell you everything about themselves- full names, where they live and work and job title. I hate to perpetuate the idea that escorts are dishonest, but there are scammers and thieves out there and indeed in all walks of life. 

 

I like to think it's because I'm clearly not iffy from my website/reviews/have an innocent face (ha ha)  but sometimes it must be naivety. 

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In my "proper punting" days, when going to an incall, I always left my wallet and any other valuables, including my valuable ( gift !  ;), wristwatch ) locked in the glove box of my car. Only a little spare cash with me in those days, properly secreted away in an unlikely pocket, in case there were un-expected "extras", which was fortunately rare for me having "done my homework", and laid out the ground rules.

 

Not that I wouldn't trust any of the "good girls" who post on here, but you must know that some of your "sisters" are not to be trusted ?  :(

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To be honest I wouldnt even take any notice if my guy left his wallet sitting there with his phone and car keys anymore than I would notice his phone and car keys. They do it all the time. When they are in the shower they leave their clothes in the bedroom no doubt with wallet keys and phone in the pockets..I never think twice about it. Its their stuff, they can't go carting it all from room to room can they, they can if they want of course.

 

I dont even really avoid them, I just put their drink on the window sill, if their stuff is there then it just happens to be next to their drink lol. I dont touch their things though, thats what is important, I have moved spectacles to another location if I think they are somewhere I may accidentally knock them off though..im a bit accident prone 

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It sometimes amazes me that men are so laid back when it comes to this sort of thing. I know I am honest but they don't. It's like when men take out a huge wadge of money to pay you. I want to tell them to be more careful (or less showy offy) for all they know I could be dodgy or could have a dodgy accomplice I send after them or something. Same when men tell you everything about themselves- full names, where they live and work and job title. I hate to perpetuate the idea that escorts are dishonest, but there are scammers and thieves out there and indeed in all walks of life. 

 

I like to think it's because I'm clearly not iffy from my website/reviews/have an innocent face (ha ha)  but sometimes it must be naivety. 

I remember one guy who pulled out a HUGE wedge and payed me out of it and i did say out of shock "oh you should be careful carrying that much cash"..only because I was so taken aback though. Its up to them if they carry a lot of cash with them.

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I am sure you are quite honest, chloe, but if he were a scammer he may leave, then say some of his wedge is missing or one of his cards is missing out of his wallet.  Proving you didnt take it would be a nightmare.

Thats why I think its unfair to take bling/wedge/fancy phone etc into the punt.

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It is best not to put temptation is front of anyone who you do not know.

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I am sure you are quite honest, chloe, but if he were a scammer he may leave, then say some of his wedge is missing or one of his cards is missing out of his wallet.  Proving you didnt take it would be a nightmare.

Thats why I think its unfair to take bling/wedge/fancy phone etc into the punt.

This is very true 

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So we should be telling the guys to take their wallets with them when they go to the bathroom...is that not like saying "i dont trust you not to accuse me wrongly of stealing from you"?

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I leave mine locked in the car. Not cos I think a wg would steal but that I may be daft enough to leave it behind.

 

In forty years of punting I've never had a wg steal from me. My car was broken into once and all the valuables taken. (Hammersmith. Bloody West London.)

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I once met an escort (as part of a 3some) and she told the chap I was with if he wouldn't mind putting his wallet away. He was really confused and thought it was because she didn't trust herself. I had to explain it was to stop him from accusing her of taking money!

 

I've had clients who take their coat and bag with them into the bathroom- I used to get offended, but now I can see why it's sensible to be doubly careful, in the same way I take my bag into he bathroom when I am on an outcall. I hate doing it because I feel it says I don't trust you, but can you imagine leaving the booking to discover your phone/money/keys were missing?

 

It's just one of those things you have to be sensible about and appreciate there are dodgy people on both sides of the fence and that any caution shouldn't be seen as offensive or accusing. 

 

BTW I also wonder if those men who show off huge wads of cash are doing it as if to show you they are rich and if you're 'good' they'll pay you more or add on time or be a regular client... you know, like the ones who phone and say I'm rich or I'm looking for a regular girl to try and get 'better' service... the women here will know the sort I mean! 

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I am sure you are quite honest, chloe, but if he were a scammer he may leave, then say some of his wedge is missing or one of his cards is missing out of his wallet.  Proving you didnt take it would be a nightmare.

Thats why I think its unfair to take bling/wedge/fancy phone etc into the punt.

This is what worried me. I know I am honest and would not touch any body's stuff. But I was worried it could be a set up. 

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I dont leave my wallet on my desk at work. I dont see mmy behaviour at a punt to be different.

I suspect some are off guard cos of the intimate stuff that goes on. But I think we should all be carefull. And also not make the other think there could be a scam.

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I dont leave my wallet on my desk at work. I dont see mmy behaviour at a punt to be different.

I suspect some are off guard cos of the intimate stuff that goes on. But I think we should all be carefull. And also not make the other think there could be a scam.

I guess you are right. Once a guy actually shows up and has paid and is all comfy in my room or shower though he tends to get flicked over into "trustworthy man" mode in my head. To be honest it never really occurred to me that someone might try to pull a scam of some sort. I guess we all get complacent in our own ways

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I've had several clients leave their wallet hanging around and it makes me uneasy! And I've mentioned to them not to do that as there's dishonest people out there who will take advantage.

One client I saw when I was doing hotel incalls actually left his wallet! I texted him and he was incredibly grateful that I did! I didn't look in there or anything but from the feel of it, it had a considerable amount of money in it and you could see his cards. Why bring all that with you to a booking?!

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Clients leave their things in places they feel comfortable with, and I would feel very strange saying "Ooh you must take your valuables with you", it would feel as if I was telling them that it would be unsafe with me, or that there is a risk of someone walking in.

 

Different clients want to do different things and so long as it doesn't affect the actual booking I'm not particularly bothered. I count payment money in front of them, put it away and that is it.

 

If we get on to discussing safety I will usually balance up the risks I take, with the fact that he himself is also vulnerable and clients can be taken advantage of too.

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 I read a great book called "Second City" about a Brothel in early 20th century Chicago. The guys would put their coats on a chair by the bed. But the girl in the room next door would pull open a secret opening and steal the wallet!

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My main concern was being accused of theft. Man leaves wallet in working girls room, returns to pay and, surprise surprise claims it is £xx lighter. 

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I've not come across anything like that, I'm not however saying that clients shouldn't be careful with their valuables, as should anyone in any situation.

 

The closest I have gotten was someone who arrived drunk and stoned who couldn't remember that he'd hidden his spare notes in his left sock. I wasn't going to remind him because I certainly did not want to extend the booking and wanted him off the premises asap.

 

There was a very sticky moment where he looked at me as if perhaps I had taken it, and I glared right back.

 

He found it on the way to his car, came running back to my door waving it asking for aforesaid extension.

 

Glad you found your money, cannot extend thank-you and goodnight.

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I've not come across anything like that, I'm not however saying that clients shouldn't be careful with their valuables, as should anyone in any situation.

 

The closest I have gotten was someone who arrived drunk and stoned who couldn't remember that he'd hidden his spare notes in his left sock. I wasn't going to remind him because I certainly did not want to extend the booking and wanted him off the premises asap.

 

There was a very sticky moment where he looked at me as if perhaps I had taken it, and I glared right back.

 

He found it on the way to his car, came running back to my door waving it asking for aforesaid extension.

 

Glad you found your money, cannot extend thank-you and goodnight.

There are a number of lessons here for us punters!!

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