Claire

Now THIS is what I call an unfair negative...

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THIS report - so although she was as advertised, did what he wanted etc, and would be 'ok for some' - she gets a negative?

Am I alone in thinking that a negative report should be only given if the girl doesn't deliver as promised in some way - whether it be services, looks matching description or whatever?

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THIS report - so although she was as advertised, did what he wanted etc, and would be 'ok for some' - she gets a negative?

Am I alone in thinking that a negative report should be only given if the girl doesn't deliver as promised in some way - whether it be services, looks matching description or whatever?

How very strange, based on the text it should have been

Recommended: Yes

Would You Return: No

However the text is interesting :-

Just 30 mins, not really what I was lookig for although she was good looking and it was only 30 mins. - I wonder why he stayed if she was not what he was looking for

Fooled around , shagged her and left. - Fair enough I suppose, even though she was not what he was looking for.

OK for some and not for others. - Can't really argue with that, except to say that it justifies a Recommended: Yes

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definitely unfair... and to think he only paid her £40 for 30 mins and then gives her a negative FR for just not being his "cup of tea" so to speak.

Carissa wonders off to search the internet for some bed time reading so she can finally begin to understand the male mind.........

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Maybe he is an afternoon person??

After all, he has two reports, one for Mid Jan and one for early Feb, both posted same day.

One in the evening which is brief to the point of pointless and is 30 mins for £40 and the second which is more verbose (Could hardly be less) where it was £150 for an hour.

However having had two reports stops anyone saying its a new FR from a one shot FR writer doesn't it.

Not that Mods are born suspicious you understand.

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However having had two reports stops anyone saying its a new FR from a one shot FR writer doesn't it.

Not that Mods are born suspicious you understand.

No, no, of course not! How could we think that?

One shot FR writers, however, are usually warm recommendations, in my experience.

Nowt as queer as folk!

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No, no, of course not! How could we think that?

One shot FR writers, however, are usually warm recommendations, in my experience.

Nowt as queer as folk!

Exactly, and if you were a REALLY suspicious type you might think that someone has caught on to that and maybe the fact that both reports get published on the same day..........nah!! :)

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THIS report - so although she was as advertised, did what he wanted etc, and would be 'ok for some' - she gets a negative?

Am I alone in thinking that a negative report should be only given if the girl doesn't deliver as promised in some way - whether it be services, looks matching description or whatever?

I would have not punted in the first place as he makes clear it was only 30 minutes which implies he expected longer IMO. My minimum is 1 hour.

A FR author can give a negative if he wants to for any reason within the rules as far as i know, in this case i think its just the time issue that has caused him to do this in my view. If i had been him i would have given a recommend yes, return no.

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If I'd have been him... I don't think I'd have made a report at all.

As it is a negative is not only completely unfair to the lady, but is also deeply misleading to fellow punters. (Not many of us want to be warned off tall good looking women.)

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I agree that this sounds very unfair. If I see a girl who I really don't click with, but who does what she says she does and looks how the website says she looks, I just don't post an FR. That seems to me to be a better solution that posting a "Yes" recommendation for someone who just didn't "ring my bell".

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she is tall slim good looking and he shaged her for £40 and he is still not happy ! WTF does he want ? :)

the way i read it he does not like 30min shag and go meets , so why see her in the first place :)

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THIS report - so although she was as advertised, did what he wanted etc, and would be 'ok for some' - she gets a negative?

Am I alone in thinking that a negative report should be only given if the girl doesn't deliver as promised in some way - whether it be services, looks matching description or whatever?

Not exactly a great wordsmith is he? The negative view is in no way explained or justified, very little detail...frankly this sort of FR isn't worth the space he takes up with it.

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In my view this author clearly has not a clue as to what constitutes a negative FR. Very unfair to the girl in question since he gives no clear reason/s for his choice.

Surely this FR should be deleted.:)

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Sounds like the 'eBay' mentality, sadly.

Anyone whose ever sold on eBay will know just what I'm talking about.

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There have been plenty of not my cup of tea reviews over the years. Some guys pay for the shortest time possible and then expect to say a lot longer for free, sad but true.

If the posts, description and services and quality are as stated then there should be no room for complaints, Sales of good act, buyer beware and all that. But sadly us Brits love nothing more than a good old bitch, especially when it comes to the cost of escorting.

If it was £10 he would still not be happy.

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OK for some and not for others. - Can't really argue with that, except to say that it justifies a Recommended: Yes

TMM 'recommended' has to be a real positive statement, rather than just an expression of mediocrity like "OK for some".

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