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    Question Alibi services...

    Hello all,

    I was doing a little internet research for a way to keep my most personal dealings...well, personal. I found the link to a service that seemed unique and intriguing.

    http://www.alibinetwork.com/index.jsp

    Anyone have any experience or know anyting about this service or any like it? Just curious.

    Have fun,

    Jman
    Last edited by Jman47; 07-09-2010 at 12:19 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jman47 View Post
    Hello all,

    I was doing a little internet research for a way to keep my most personal dealings...well, personal. I found the link to a service that seemed unique and intriguing.

    http://www.alibinetwork.com/index.jsp

    Anyone have any experience or know anyting about this service or any like it?
    Just curious.

    Have fun,

    Jman
    Ask Harper, it work ok at the G20 summit last year ?
    They came up with a bathroom alibi or somethin'

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    Lol! Seriously...does anyone know if these are a scam or do they work?
    Enjoy life my friends....

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    I've heard of such a service in Miami, and I think I saw them in an episode of CSI They probably do exist.
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    The whole concept seems illogical to me.

    Obviously, you must give them your real name (when your wife/friends/boss calls, they are asking for you by name). So now you have this trail of evidence of your activities: SP agency, alibi agency, credit card company with a charge for the alibi agency, alibi agency guy who answers the phone, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    The whole concept seems illogical to me.

    Obviously, you must give them your real name (when your wife/friends/boss calls, they are asking for you by name). So now you have this trail of evidence of your activities: SP agency, alibi agency, credit card company with a charge for the alibi agency, alibi agency guy who answers the phone, ...
    Hello Kepler,

    I definitely share your cynicism....thus the reason for my question. Here is an alleged company, whom you pay to lie. They have all of your information and nothing to do but gain from it....asking you to trust them...

    But I also see a valid need and a tremendous business opportunity.

    Hope to hear more,

    Jman
    Enjoy life my friends....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    The whole concept seems illogical to me.

    Obviously, you must give them your real name (when your wife/friends/boss calls, they are asking for you by name). So now you have this trail of evidence of your activities: SP agency, alibi agency, credit card company with a charge for the alibi agency, alibi agency guy who answers the phone, ...
    You give me the reasons why and pay me to get an alibi...
    and then my associate blackmail you.

    Nothin' illogical to me !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jman47 View Post
    But I also see a valid need and a tremendous business opportunity.
    Jman
    Maybe get a nice friend on St-Laurent near Jean-Talon ?
    You may learn a lot more about these.

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    Well technically, if you can trust your regular agency, then you should be able to trust an agency that sells you alibis too (but not to break the law though). Anyways, I don't want to advertise for them, but think of it this way. You're rich and you have a wife with a temper, probably enough of a temper to sue you and slap you with a heavy divorce . Option a) call forwarded to Alibi service... wife calls: "can I speak with my husband", Alibi: "I'm sorry miss Jones, but your husband is presently in a conference call with... make up excuse already set up with client", wife: "oh that's ok, I'll call later then..." While in the mean time, rick old husband is having fun with one of our favorites from Merb Catch the drift. Option 2: calls not forwarded: wife calls, husband answers. "Yes honey, I'm kind'of busy now" Wife: "What's that sound I'm hearing..." Husband "It's nothing honey, just the radio." Wife: "F*** U, you'll hear from my lawyer!" Etc.. etc..

    Which option do u prefer
    Last edited by Royal; 07-08-2010 at 11:53 PM.
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    The million dollar question is...how do you know you can trust the alibi service?
    Thus my search for info and references.
    Enjoy life my friends....

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    Good point... An Alibi service should associate itself with a known Escort Agency. If the Agency offer an Alibi service for an additional fee, then they're in business.
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    Think of the liability if an alibi service is involved in some criminal activity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolex View Post
    Think of the liability if an alibi service is involved in some criminal activity.
    Don't worry ! they know the law by heart.
    Like in the case of many security agencies, they have people who worked both side of the fence.

    If you deal with them; they'll know right away if they can work underground with you or go legit; which in turn should mean 100% non-liability.
    Usually your file will be sent abroad (in a safe place) so that you can't blackmail them in return.

    The commercial part of their business should be basically a front.
    The vast majority of their cash business is done 'underground' with bigger fish.

    My guess is : you can deal with them for small stuff (your personal life) unless you are well known and part of a (huge-underground or gov.) organization.
    If you deal 'underground', nothing can be used in court and they will not be any 'paperwork'.
    Cash-only is what they usually take in that situation.

    If I were you (if you want to use this kind of service), I would use the third party rule.

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