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Thread: Do you use your real name and phone ?

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    Angry Do you use your real name and phone ?

    I came across a post on one of those gossip sites regarding an SP that publicly posted shit about a customer (I'm sure as hell not posting a link in the forums that's for sure).
    But that made me wonder... how many of you guys are actually "brave" enough to tell them your real name and use a your personal/business cel ?
    "I believe that sex is one of the most beautiful, natural, wholesome things that money can buy."
    -- Steve Martin

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    the last of the mohicans
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    I use my real name, ricky bonds. (I rarely say my name at all though, but when i do its my real name...ricky bonds)
    "Scars remind us where we've been. They don't have to dictate where we're going"

  3. #3
    Yes I do. Well, only my first name, not full name.

    I once used the name Alberto at a massage parlor but the girl didn't buy it. It's hard to sell the whole latin thing when you're white.

  4. #4
    "The old gamer"
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    I always give my full name and phone number, since i have nothing to hide and usually trust implicitly the few persons I meet.

  5. #5
    When I am in the hobby means I am a FREE bro and do whatever and whenever I wish. So yeah I use my real name and my actual cellphone number. When it is all said and done I just erase all texts and numbers on my phone.

  6. #6
    A poor corrupt official
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    My real name is Captain Louis Renault, but I use a fake name when meeting escorts.
    Strasser: By the way, the murder of the couriers, what has been done?
    Renault: Realizing the importance of the case, my men are rounding up twice the usual number of suspects.
    Heinze: We already know who the murderer is.
    Strasser: Good. Is he in custody?
    Renault: Oh, there's no hurry. Tonight he'll be at Rick's. Everybody comes to Rick's.

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    Registered User
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    Sasha is my stage name of the night…

    Sasha, comme un nom d'artiste de la nuit.

  8. #8
    Passionate Hetaera
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    Here's the thing. If the guy isn't a wanker he won't need a burner cell and a fake number. I've posted text conversations online before because it was obviously the same guy trying to harass me from different numbers, and other providers need to be aware that he may try the same things with them - so it gets posted.

    Not a jerk? Not a problem

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    Passionate Hetaera
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    - ok that being said I only post numbers when I am certain they are burners. Otherwise I blur it.

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    Lily from Montreal
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    There such a thing as too much information? Real name? Fine , fake? Again I do not mind but give me something I can use ,signing ''Big Dick '' is a no-no.

    But I think it is a bad idea to write using your work email...
    I once scolded a gentleman because he wrote using the company letterhead, he just laughed and said it was his company.
    Still,me of course I am trustworthy but you don't know who you are writing to.
    I did appreciate though that a gentleman did that because he wrote from a company I used to work,I didn't know him but I didn't want to take chances so declined the meeting...

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    Adorable libertine
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    Lily,

    There is a lot of classical renowned Indies who are demanding real names. That's part of a regular screening for a lot of people in the USA, and even in Canada. It has been ages that people are processing this way.

    Please, I am curious: do you have yourself a kind of screening to keep you safe?

  12. #12
    Yes I do... I mean the name and the phone number got nothing to hide. That being said I do choose whom I contact.
    Nae Quin! Nae King!
    Nae Lard! Nae Master!
    We willna be fooled again!

    Terry Pratchett

  13. #13
    Lily from Montreal
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    Of course Maria,I've been Lily for a while now...maybe not as long as you but if I made mistakes it was in the beginning,like not asking for a phone number and confirmation the day before...now I have a sixth sense ,some I know right away they will be a waste of time...

  14. #14
    Registered User
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    When I first started seeing companions, I had no references to validate who I am as a person/client.

    I totally understand the concern of giving out my name, cell number and personal email. I never know for sure if I'm giving my contact info to a law enforcement or the potential of it being abused by the companion.

    With some research, using sites such as MERB, it helped to validated the sincerity of the desired companion I would like to see.

    With my concerns alleviated, I found that giving my actually name and contact info helps to validate who I am. By being truthful, it helped to build trust between companions and myself.

    However, if one is insulting, demeaning and/or derogatory to companions, it is fair game to post these idiots' contact info and communications online.

    Hopeful, it helps to regulate unsavory behaviours and to show to others how not to act.
    “There is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.
    - Morpheus, The Matrix

  15. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by MsWolfe View Post
    Here's the thing. If the guy isn't a wanker he won't need a burner cell and a fake number. I've posted text conversations online before because it was obviously the same guy trying to harass me from different numbers, and other providers need to be aware that he may try the same things with them - so it gets posted.

    Not a jerk? Not a problem
    Firstly, you may have heard about a new law: C-36. It hasn't been repealed and may be enforced some day somewhere in Canada against a man who pays for sex from a woman legally allowed to sell it. Even without it, some of us have significant others or occupations which we can lose if an escort exposes us. I had a regular who appeared to me to be a nice and normal human for a year and a half. When I informed her that I was ending the relationship, she threatened me.

    There was a report of an escort yesterday on this forum who became abusive when a potential client refused to accede to a price increase hours after the booking had been made. While I am unfailingly polite, keep appointments, don't waste the time of others and don't bargain for SP services, I am not going to risk exposure because somebody decides I am a jerk for reasons which may not be warranted.

    Yes, I use a burner phone and never give my real name. I would be astonished if you don't do the same. Calling me and others like me wankers doesn't reflect well on you.

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