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Thread: Using reviews to blackmail for discounts

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    Using reviews to blackmail for discounts

    How common is this practice ?

    This thread or topic should NOT be limited to only hobbyists to voice their opinions but to agencies too who have the gonads to flush out these vermin.

    The obvious repercussions are that these blackmailed reviews and those penning them are tainted and do we really want these members to remain on this board amongst us.

    What we're talking about here is putting out in the open those board members whose written word is not worth shit.

    Are there any other forms of board blackmail that people have come across ?

    Let's not bring into the mix a single bad incident where an agency is trying to offer reparations.

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    May I add, there are also blackmail reviews to get extra services... Your call to allow adding this to the discussion JJ.

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    Theres a couple perspectives you can look at this from, but the reality is that it's usually those who dont ask for discounts who book frequently with the same booker who will end up being showed customer appreciation (Duo at 25% off or 50$ off 2hrs, etc.). People who try to bribe agencies usually just get their out-of-area 10$ charge waved and get added to the no-appreciation bin. So for those who are reading, just pay what theyre asking for, be friendly and theyll show you some appreciation for your business and support. Don't forget, these people are on the phones all day and MUST get tired of it.

    Others's possible perspectives:

    1: Its really nobody's business whatever deals are made between Agencies/SPs/Clients/Hobbyists.

    2: They're just making themselves look bad with the agencies and SPs, were all they have left!

    3: Economys getting tough for those unfortunate, working monotonous jobs at crappy wages, theyre just looking for a way to make ends meet!

    4: If you could bribe an SP into a free CIM or a booker for a free extra 1/2 hr in return for a review, wouldnt you do it? If not, you belong in church son.

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    Look guys. There will always be some hagglers and guys searching for discounts by any means necessary or guys willing to exchange good reviews for a dsicount. You have to simply look at the history and the credibility of a member.

    If some newbie posts an oustanding review but then 5 veterans who also try her completely disagree there is a problem most definitely. When reading a review thread you have to look at the general consensus and not just jump and try a girl because of 1 or 2 good reviews. Of course, we don't all have the same tastes as far as women and sex are concerned but there is usually a general consensus or average when analyzing a bunch of reviews in the thread.

    Anyways a quality provider does not need to accept being blackmailed by a single client especially if the guy is not even known or respected on the boards.

    Like I said, if you see some unknown member raving about a girl and scoring her with 10/10 ratings in every category, ask yourself some questions or wait for some more reviews from guys you have agreed with in the past before getting a hardon and running for an appointment lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigboyeddie View Post
    Like I said, if you see some unknown member raving about a girl and scoring her with 10/10 ratings in every category, ask yourself some questions or wait for some more reviews from guys you have agreed with in the past before getting a hardon and running for an appointment lol
    I totally agree. Lately we have seen some board overreactions to one or two very good or very bad reviews from someone who had no extensive reviewing history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigboyeddie View Post
    Look guys. There will always be some hagglers and guys searching for discounts by any means necessary or guys willing to exchange good reviews for a dsicount. You have to simply look at the history and the credibility of a member.

    If some newbie posts an oustanding review but then 5 veterans who also try her completely disagree there is a problem most definitely. When reading a review thread you have to look at the general consensus and not just jump and try a girl because of 1 or 2 good reviews. Of course, we don't all have the same tastes as far as women and sex are concerned but there is usually a general consensus or average when analyzing a bunch of reviews in the thread.

    Anyways a quality provider does not need to accept being blackmailed by a single client especially if the guy is not even known or respected on the boards.
    Is it possible that we are not fully aware of the extent or degree of discounts for reviews ?

    As was recently revealed MM has been accused of requesting discounts. He's a veteran poster and prior to this allegation had unblemished credibility.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigboyeddie View Post
    Like I said, if you see some unknown member raving about a girl and scoring her with 10/10 ratings in every category, ask yourself some questions or wait for some more reviews from guys you have agreed with in the past before getting a hardon and running for an appointment lol
    Well if I read any member raving about any escort and scoring her with 10/10 in every category, I question his sanity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    I totally agree. Lately we have seen some board overreactions to one or two very good or very bad reviews from someone who had no extensive reviewing history.
    Can you please expand on what "board overreactions" you are referring ?

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