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Is the No Reports List killing your time?

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I'm sure we've all come up against this from time to time. When I write a report I do actually spend quite an amount of time on it - often 20/30mins or more, including time to recall and going back to edit (yeah, I'm a sucker for detail - but it's for everybody else's benefit as well), and I'm a slow writer as well I guess.

So... to then have a report rejected cos the lady or establishment is on the No Reports list really does annoy the hell outta me. Why should I bother writing reports?! Is there any way that full members can see what the contents of the list? I'm sure there are a hundred and one reasons why they can't but it really is frustrating! Vent over... kinda... :D

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I'm sure we've all come up against this from time to time. When I write a report I do actually spend quite an amount of time on it - often 20/30mins or more, including time to recall and going back to edit (yeah, I'm a sucker for detail - but it's for everybody else's benefit as well), and I'm a slow writer as well I guess.

So... to then have a report rejected cos the lady or establishment is on the No Reports list really does annoy the hell outta me. Why should I bother writing reports?! Is there any way that full members can see what the contents of the list? I'm sure there are a hundred and one reasons why they can't but it really is frustrating! Vent over... kinda... :D

Surely all publicity is good publicity in this business. Why would any establishment want no reports listed, unless it were trying to hide from the law etc.

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Surely all publicity is good publicity in this business. Why would any establishment want no reports listed, unless it were trying to hide from the law etc.

I would imagine there were many reasons to request a "No Fr", not necessarily to evade the long-arm-of-the-law. I do however feel that would-be writers need to be made aware of this prior to writing.

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Some parlours welcome reports, but individual ladies of the same parlour dont want them, so they never see the light of day.

There are some reasons why the lady has requested no fr's, we need to respect these decisions, after all would you like anyone saying what you had got up to on such a day, and go into detail of what you look like, if you were trying to protect your identity.

Not everyone puts on a fr, im not going to go into detail......:D

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There are some reasons why the lady has requested no fr's, we need to respect these decisions,

Yes, but that's not the point made, the question is why can't we find out beforehand and avoid wasting time writing a futile FR?

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Some parlours welcome reports, but individual ladies of the same parlour dont want them, so they never see the light of day.

There are some reasons why the lady has requested no fr's, we need to respect these decisions, after all would you like anyone saying what you had got up to on such a day, and go into detail of what you look like, if you were trying to protect your identity.

Not everyone puts on a fr, im not going to go into detail......:D[/QUOTE]

Yes, whoretester seems to have dropped off the scene.:)

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Yes, but that's not the point made, the question is why can't we find out beforehand and avoid wasting time writing a futile FR?

When you think about all the escorts, and parlour workers, all the ones that come into the industry and the ones who leave, do you think there is time to have a list on who is willing or not to have a fr done about them.

So many parlours just have the name of the parlour on the list, their turn over of staff is that quick they dont have time to say who does and who doesnt want a fr written about them.

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I'm sure we've all come up against this from time to time. When I write a report I do actually spend quite an amount of time on it - often 20/30mins or more, including time to recall and going back to edit (yeah, I'm a sucker for detail - but it's for everybody else's benefit as well), and I'm a slow writer as well I guess.

So... to then have a report rejected cos the lady or establishment is on the No Reports list really does annoy the hell outta me. Why should I bother writing reports?! Is there any way that full members can see what the contents of the list? I'm sure there are a hundred and one reasons why they can't but it really is frustrating! Vent over... kinda... :D

One reason i don't like them is 'coz i like not to have so much publicity, I find it cheap too. Apologies to ladies who like them i don't mean to be rude.

One occasion, i saw someone for the first time and while doing a bit of role play i discovered that the guy was in to a bit of dom. Now i am a very soft person and no way in to dom. We had lots of fun and me exploring what he liked and do it for him etc....

the next day i found out that he had written a FR on me. The only way i found out was because i was getting about 10 calls a day only asking for Domination. And what he had said was that i was so good at it and enjoyed it and he would be back for more :D ..........Which to be honest i didn't enjoy that much. :)

So had to ask him to remove...........

So there you go. Some of us don't like it for a simple reason.

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Yes, again, to reiterate my original rant... it was not to debate the necessity on having a No Report list but the question of why it is not visible to FR writers in, at least, some rudimentary form so we don't waste so much time and effort in writing about girls and/or establishments on that list.

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One reason i don't like them is 'coz i like not to have so much publicity, I find it cheap too. Apologies to ladies who like them i don't mean to be rude.

One occasion, i saw someone for the first time and while doing a bit of role play i discovered that the guy was in to a bit of dom. Now i am a very soft person and no way in to dom. We had lots of fun and me exploring what he liked and do it for him etc....

the next day i found out that he had written a FR on me. The only way i found out was because i was getting about 10 calls a day only asking for Domination. And what he had said was that i was so good at it and enjoyed it and he would be back for more :D ..........Which to be honest i didn't enjoy that much. :)

So had to ask him to remove...........

So there you go. Some of us don't like it for a simple reason.

So, did he removed it when you asked?

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One reason i don't like them is 'coz i like not to have so much publicity, I find it cheap too. Apologies to ladies who like them i don't mean to be rude"

Of course many of the girls would consider that Fr its the most naff thing the client can do (when its positive), unless it was written by Man Meat. :D.

Majority of WG accept it as "necessary evil", plus its undoubtedly bring the volume of bookings. What kind of bookings, its debatable, depending of the style of reports, and sometimes it better to have none, then few dozen or so very positive reports from semi-idiots.

Adoresimone: if you don't like Frs submitted on you, you can always email Galahad and ask him to put you on the "non-report list".

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Yes, again, to reiterate my original rant... it was not to debate the necessity on having a No Report list but the question of why it is not visible to FR writers in, at least, some rudimentary form so we don't waste so much time and effort in writing about girls and/or establishments on that list.

That does seem fair enough, no time wasted in writing a report that will be turned down.

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I'm sure we've all come up against this from time to time. When I write a report I do actually spend quite an amount of time on it - often 20/30mins or more, including time to recall and going back to edit (yeah, I'm a sucker for detail - but it's for everybody else's benefit as well), and I'm a slow writer as well I guess.

So... to then have a report rejected cos the lady or establishment is on the No Reports list really does annoy the hell outta me. Why should I bother writing reports?! Is there any way that full members can see what the contents of the list? I'm sure there are a hundred and one reasons why they can't but it really is frustrating! Vent over... kinda... :D

When i was submitting FRs i had this problem myself. Personally i would like to see the no reports list made public without any reasons why ladies or establishmements are on it, just a list to refer to.

At present there is no way of knowing who is on it as far as i know, apart from reading posts on here or being told by those you trust.

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When i was submitting FRs i had this problem myself. Personally i would like to see the no reports list made public without any reasons why ladies or establishmements are on it, just a list to refer to.

At present there is no way of knowing who is on it as far as i know, apart from reading posts on here or being told by those you trust.

Assuming that the check for a lady/establishment being on the No Reports list is an electronic one, then it would not exactly be a Herculean task to implement a "Is this lady/establishment on the No Reports list?" facility, the code is already written to do the checking, so just have a text box and a query button at the start of the Field Report form that will respond back with a "Yes" or "No". If the check for a lady/establishment being on the No Reports list is a manual one, then all bets are off.

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Wouldn't it be so difficult to ask the lady concerned if she accepted FR on Punternet? The 'punter' had made contact with her anyway to arrange to meeting, so another contact afterwards to ask shouldn't be so hard?

Or am I missing something?

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Assuming that the check for a lady/establishment being on the No Reports list is an electronic one, then it would not exactly be a Herculean task to implement a "Is this lady/establishment on the No Reports list?" facility, the code is already written to do the checking, so just have a text box and a query button at the start of the Field Report form that will respond back with a "Yes" or "No". If the check for a lady/establishment being on the No Reports list is a manual one, then all bets are off.

Exactly!! At work, this is what we'd call "a quick fix while the bonnet's open" - and the bonnet is always open lol!

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I've no idea how the current system works, but wouldn't it be useful if you logged in, entered the lady's details, and then the system progressed to a 'Yes, go ahead with your review' or 'No, sorry mate she's a no-no' screen...?

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Wouldn't it be so difficult to ask the lady concerned if she accepted FR on Punternet? The 'punter' had made contact with her anyway to arrange to meeting, so another contact afterwards to ask shouldn't be so hard?

Or am I missing something?

Your missing the fact most WGs have never heard of Pnet. In my experience very few EE ladies know about it for example.

Punters are not obligated to tell the lady that they intend to submit an FR on her on here and some may not want to tell her at any stage.

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In the absence of a published no-reports list, the approach I have used issue is as follows:

1. After your punt, ask the lady whether she objects to an FR on PN (if it's going to be a good one; for a bad report I wouldn't bother with this).

2. Before writing, check whether the lady/establishment already has FRs published. If so it should be OK to go ahead.

3. If there are no FRs up, PM Galahad & ask him if she/they are on the no-reports list. (I've always got a fairly prompt reply to inquiries to G.)

This has saved me the time taken writing FRs (as I usually do a pretty lengthy one) on New Blythswood Glasgow and Abacus Edinburgh. Even so there can be errors - e.g. because WGs in the same town have used the same name. My first FR on Tammy (Agats) of Glasgow was rejected so I checked with her and she assured me she know of no reason for the rejection. I passed this on to G (in case there was an objection from our end) who asked me to resubmit the FR (in fact I wrote a new one) & he would personally check it out. This one was accepted.

No system is foolproof.

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That is what happens, Claire.. when you have entered the lady's contact details, if there is a possible NR match a warning is displayed before you can enter the time-consuming essay fields. It isn't 100% failsafe but does work.

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That is what happens, Claire.. when you have entered the lady's contact details, if there is a possible NR match a warning is displayed before you can enter the time-consuming essay fields. It isn't 100% failsafe but does work.

So this was a pointless thread??

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In the absence of a published no-reports list, the approach I have used issue is as follows:

1. After your punt, ask the lady whether she objects to an FR on PN.

I did just this, and got a positive response from the lady, wrote up a good fr, and was saying how well she had given of the time we spent, and the fr was posted on the board, but the parlour new she didnt want any publicity, so it got no further,

It was there for all to read for a few days, but nothing was put upon the parlour board about the report, as the lady knew it would be blocked.

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That is what happens, Claire.. when you have entered the lady's contact details, if there is a possible NR match a warning is displayed before you can enter the time-consuming essay fields. It isn't 100% failsafe but does work.

Didnt there used to be a list of deletions and reasons why? Is it not possible to re-instate this useful feature?

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I too have been very frustrated spending a lot of time writing a full detailed report only to have it rejected by the System.

The Lady assured me she had never asked for 'no reports' and therefore we never knew why it did not go through. May have been confusion with someone using the same or similar name.

It would be good if there was a list a reporter could check with first before spending time on his account of the meeting.

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That is what happens, Claire.. when you have entered the lady's contact details, if there is a possible NR match a warning is displayed before you can enter the time-consuming essay fields. It isn't 100% failsafe but does work.
So this was a pointless thread??

Not pointless. At least, Galahad has let us all know that the system does actually do a check. Like he says, "It isn't 100% failsafe...". Whatever the % of it working and catching (or not catching) No FR submissions, we can, at least, be slightly less frustrated at having FRs rejected knowing that effort has been made to prevent wasted writing effort. (I'm not being sarcastic BTW.)

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Not pointless. At least, Galahad has let us all know that the system does actually do a check. Like he says, "It isn't 100% failsafe...". Whatever the % of it working and catching (or not catching) No FR submissions, we can, at least, be slightly less frustrated at having FRs rejected knowing that effort has been made to prevent wasted writing effort. (I'm not being sarcastic BTW.)

Agreed - I took it to mean G was saying there was a system to tell punters the WG was on a no-reports list but presumably it actually means G has the advance warning.

Wasn't actually meaning to be rude in any case as I meant couldn't someone have said there was a punter warning early on.

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