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    Review sur Merb

    http://www.annonceintime.com/3149205...b/details.html


    J'offre de vous écrire un review sur Merb vous donnant ainsi la possibilité d'augmenter votre clientèle et votre vu par les clients.

    Y a des arnaques partout!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alyssa Roze View Post
    = I am a stupid broke ass SOAB who can't afford your rates but still try to find a desesprate way to bang you...
    Weren't you supposed to be less sarcastic in 2016?

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    However, Alyssa is quite right.

    We all know that some merbists here use reviews to get free sessions or rebates or extras...
    But somewhere, this was happening behind closed doors.

    But this Public Ad on AnnonceIntime achieved a new level.

    Here's the translation in english of this ad:

    "I offer you to write a review on Merb that will give you the possibility to increase your clientele and the visibility to the clients."

    The ad does not tell however, what kind of payment this person ask in return of his Reviews...

    Anyway, this Ad is somewhat disturbing to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alyssa Roze View Post
    = I am a stupid broke ass SOAB who can't afford your rates but still try to find a desesprate way to bang you...
    Any time you see a high volume reviewer on MERB, you can suspect a bargain hunter or a shill. Usually those posters don't disclose that information in their reviews, and as a result they become heroic figures to the MERB masses. But eventually word circulates that they are cheapasses who want something for nothing - free or vastly discounted sex. There should be a MERB rule requiring that discounts/free sessions be disclosed in any review so that the audience at large knows that they have a cheap-ass on their hands.

    In the past, such bargain hunters usually developed a sense of entitlement which got them into trouble with agencies/indies and they would end up getting outed and the umbilical cord of discounts would be cut.

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    There should be a rule that no member is allowed to disclose his handle to a provider, unless booking is done directly through merb(even that is questionable imho).
    only one non merb advertiser (i majoritarily only see non merb advertisers) girl has ever known my handle and thats cinderella, not because i told her..but because in my review i mentioned borrowing her phone charger, i was unaware that she was an avid reader of merb.(apparently no one else has ever done that)

    All this to to say that almost nobody will give an objective, unbiased review if the girl knows exactly who they are..the rare ones that do are slanderded by the girl in questions fan club whenever they say something that goes against the grain.
    "Scars remind us where we've been. They don't have to dictate where we're going"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky bonds View Post
    There should be a rule that no member is allowed to disclose his handle to a provider, unless booking is done directly through merb(even that is highly questionable).
    There's an SP - and a very good one at that - who in her ad asks for your MERB handle so she can give you a rebate when you book her.
    I don't think that in her case there should be any suspicion of foulplay or that her reviews are biased.
    Besides who's that poster with 2 posts in 4 years? Does he have any credibility?
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    Nae Lard! Nae Master!
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    I have often been very tempted to tell an sp that I will give her a good review on merb, hoping (not asking) she would give me better service...but I never have because:

    - i dont want to reveal my handle
    - i dont want to look pathetic like im looking for something in exchange
    - some sps hate merb, and I`m affraid I will just turn them off

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    Quote Originally Posted by letsrock2012 View Post
    ...Besides who's that poster with 2 posts in 4 years? Does he have any credibility?
    It does not really matter as the AD denounced is real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by letsrock2012 View Post
    There's an SP - and a very good one at that - who in her ad asks for your MERB handle so she can give you a rebate when you book her.
    I don't think that in her case there should be any suspicion of foulplay or that her reviews are biased.
    You are absolutely right, these providers use handles to screen customers and the discount is to entice members to see them.
    no foul play in a provider offering a general merb special, many of us are fantastic, well paying, potential repeat customers.
    However, i'd bet my bottom dollar that most of the providers that see reference only, or board handle verified customers...have never had a critical review, or anything negative ever said.
    And that isn't their fault necessarily per say...its just human nature, most people wait until someones out the room to speak behind their back or say something that might hurt them, rare are those who will say it like it is when someone is right there. (And merb is a pretty big room)
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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Any time you see a high volume reviewer on MERB, you can suspect a bargain hunter or a shill. Usually those posters don't disclose that information in their reviews, and as a result they become heroic figures to the MERB masses. But eventually word circulates that they are cheapasses who want something for nothing - free or vastly discounted sex. There should be a MERB rule requiring that discounts/free sessions be disclosed in any review so that the audience at large knows that they have a cheap-ass on their hands.

    In the past, such bargain hunters usually developed a sense of entitlement which got them into trouble with agencies/indies and they would end up getting outed and the umbilical cord of discounts would be cut.
    Really? Define high volume poster? I know that I have never recieved anything more than a 20$ discount from the Eleganza club but that was offered by John himself. There may have been a couple more over the years. I don't consider my reviews all that important to garnar a deep discount anyway. All I want is a good time and I want the girls to be happy so the key there is to pay the going rate.

    I remembered calling Martin at Xxxtase to complain that his images were protected and I couldn't post a review on TER of one of his girls. He said not to worry about it. He was sold out every night anyways. I think some of us have an over inflated sense of self importance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky bonds View Post
    have never had an honest review, or anything negative ever said.
    This is actually the stated reason by MERB Mods for not allowing agency escorts to post in their own review threads- the Mods stated the agency operator can do so, but not the girls. The rule dates back to around 2010 or so, when an Eleganza escort, who had received nothing but good reviews, suddenly had a very negative one posted on her. She responded, attacking the reviewer's hygiene and manners in a rather over the top manner, resulting in deletion of her posts and her banishment. I objected at that time to the deletion of her posts, but the Mods stated that it would chill reviews from being posted, as MERBites would then fear expose of their poor hygiene and manners, and it would thus increase the likelihood of their fear of posting any reviews at all.

    The other side of it is what you mentioned, indies encouraging reviews, with the resulting reviews being shaped to please the indy due to there being no anonymity. Also not a good situation.

    My response to the Mods was that allowing agency escorts to respond to negative reviews gave the reader a fuller appreciation of all relevant factors that went into the service, as I felt that some of the posters who consistently posted negative reviews were crude, cheapass, ugly, unhygienic individuals, and it should be obvious that those factors will effect service. I further contended that nobody should be afraid of the truth, and those who posted reviews should be assumed to be real men and not girly-men. The Mods at that time pooh-poohed my reply, and the rule has stood ever since. I understand both sides of the argument, but I still disagree with the rule.

    I should note that agencies do not so much reply to and go after bad reviews, and very rarely to never on grounds of the reviewer's hygiene and manners. Usually when they respond it is to clarify to the readers an accusation against the agency generally, like poor customer service (e.g. "I told the agency X and they sent me Y at Z time", blah blah blah).

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    Quote Originally Posted by letsrock2012 View Post

    Besides who's that poster with 2 posts in 4 years? Does he have any credibility?
    J'imagine que c'est de moi que tu parles. C'est pas moi qui a placé cette annonce là.
    Je voulais juste partager une information. Si tu penses que j'ai pas de crédibilité, c'est ton opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingmik View Post
    http://www.annonceintime.com/3149205...b/details.html


    J'offre de vous écrire un review sur Merb vous donnant ainsi la possibilité d'augmenter votre clientèle et votre vu par les clients.

    Y a des arnaques partout!
    Comme. On dit ...dégueulasse... Une fille devrait le tester et le rapporter loll
    Donner une deuxième chance a quelqu'un qui ta trahi c'est comme donner une deuxième balle a quelqu'un qui ta manqué!!!

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    For all we know it could be LE that posted that announcement so I would advise ignoring it. Anyone can register a MERB handle or claim to have one. It occurred to me that wingmik may have also posted that announcement, and now seeks to bring attention to it here, as no SPs have yet bitten on the offer (although he seems to be French, but for all we know that ad could be a head fake). This is the Internet. It can be anyone we know, or nobody we know, or LE, or maybe even Tony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky bonds View Post
    There should be a rule that no member is allowed to disclose his handle to a provider, unless booking is done directly through merb(even that is questionable imho).
    Je ne crois pas que ce soit une bonne idée. Moi je veux toujours savoir à qui j'ai affaire. C'est mon droit légitime. Et je ne le fais pas pour avoir des revues.

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