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t1000
06-20-2007, 09:17 PM
I was just looking through the local ads on the escorts page and I'm skeptical as to whether ANY of those ads are real or not. Most, if not all, of them promise a "True GFE experience". That doesn't exactly say you're guaranteed sex or not. Can anyone who's tried 1 of their services give some advice? Is it the real deal? Or is it a scam? Thanks

AndyTampa
06-20-2007, 09:21 PM
Most of my worst experiences were girlfriend experiences. :mad: :( :mad:

BlkKitty
06-20-2007, 09:25 PM
Being in the profession perviously, I can say they are not all false, and that does not mean that you will be getting sex. You are garanteed a date with a women, sex is suggested and optional. They are not going to come out and say that you are paying for sex, because of course that is illegal.

t1000
06-20-2007, 09:49 PM
Being in the profession perviously, I can say they are not all false, and that does not mean that you will be getting sex. You are garanteed a date with a women, sex is suggested and optional. They are not going to come out and say that you are paying for sex, because of course that is illegal.

If I can ask, how does that negotiation go down? Does the guy bring it up or do you? Any info would be appreciated.

Tull
06-20-2007, 09:50 PM
How so? Didn't get laid? Woman pictured wasn't who showed up? Sorry for the questions, but before I consider shelling out serious bucks for a 'date', I'd like to know what I'm getting into.
I have gone trough the same thing. Some of those ads look tempting but I have heard too many stories about guys getting screwed and not in a good way. Guys see an ad which all but promises the time of your life for $100 but they don't want to give what they offered in their ad.

Tull
06-20-2007, 10:29 PM
Haven't tried this but it might help - aspd.net.

Phill_z86
06-21-2007, 01:00 PM
Lets look at it this way shall we?..


IF you can't go into a bar and charm a lady into the bedroom the same night.. you ain't gonna be able to do it with an escort either .. money be damned.... there are exceptions...there are exceptions to everything.. but mostly that is how it goes.

supersexynet
06-26-2007, 03:26 PM
most of them are completely false, you should look at other sites that promote their own girls.

mar
06-26-2007, 04:38 PM
period.

Curious Seeker
06-26-2007, 07:05 PM
I was just looking through the local ads on the escorts page and I'm skeptical as to whether ANY of those ads are real or not. Most, if not all, of them promise a "True GFE experience". That doesn't exactly say you're guaranteed sex or not. Can anyone who's tried 1 of their services give some advice? Is it the real deal? Or is it a scam? Thanks


Actually the ad is placed by the Ohio police :D

mike_st_louis
06-26-2007, 07:31 PM
I was just looking through the local ads on the escorts page and I'm skeptical as to whether ANY of those ads are real or not. Most, if not all, of them promise a "True GFE experience". That doesn't exactly say you're guaranteed sex or not. Can anyone who's tried 1 of their services give some advice? Is it the real deal? Or is it a scam? Thanks

You never know what you're going to get when you answer one of those ads -- you could get screwed (literally), you could get screwed (figuratively), or you could get a disease. Or you could have a great time. I would suggest going to eros.com, rather than the ads on backpage.com or craigslist.com. The reason is that the girls on eros.com pay a substantial amount of money to be there, and they're more serious about their business. The ads on backpage and craigslist are free, so anyone can post there. They can post fake pics, too.

Also, sometimes you can do a search or join a service that rates the different providers. I don't know much about them, though.

Some tips: See how they treat you when you call them on the phone. If they're bitchy on the phone, they'll probably be bitchy in person. Also, bathe and treat the lady with respect and consideration. If you treat her well, she'll be more likely to treat you well.

Zoltan
06-27-2007, 10:31 AM
The reason is that the girls on eros.com pay a substantial amount of money to be there, and they're more serious about their business. The ads on backpage and craigslist are free, so anyone can post there. They can post fake pics, too.



If you have ever posted an escort ad on backpage, you would know that the ads are not free. FYI - The majority of the girls who post on eros also run ads on backpage.com. Try doing a little research before you come on our forum and try to talk bad about our site. Thanks.

Zoltan
06-27-2007, 10:37 AM
I was just looking through the local ads on the escorts page and I'm skeptical as to whether ANY of those ads are real or not. Most, if not all, of them promise a "True GFE experience". That doesn't exactly say you're guaranteed sex or not. Can anyone who's tried 1 of their services give some advice? Is it the real deal? Or is it a scam? Thanks

Try reading a review on the girl you are wanting to see.

Here's a couple good sites...

http://aspd.net

http://theeroticreview.com

hughjass69
06-28-2007, 04:03 PM
Does this answer your question?

http://www.examiner.net/stories/062007/new_174051668.shtml

Zoltan
06-28-2007, 04:24 PM
most of them are completely false, you should look at other sites that promote their own girls.

How do you know? Have you gone through all of the cities on BP and called every single girl and tallied up which ones were real and which ones are fake? Or perhaps you work at backpage.com and talk and answer support emails from escorts? If you don't know what you are talking about then STFU, seriously. The ads are real. People would not pay money to post fake ads, it doesn't make any sense.

\../Pwnx0r\../
06-28-2007, 04:37 PM
How do you know? Have you gone through all of the cities on BP and called every single girl and tallied up which ones were real and which ones are fake? Or perhaps you work at backpage.com and talk and answer support emails from escorts? If you don't know what you are talking about then STFU, seriously. The ads are real. People would not pay money to post fake ads, it doesn't make any sense.

I pay money to post fake ads all the time. It makes perfect sense, because I'm insane.

Phill_z86
06-29-2007, 12:02 PM
I pay money to post fake ads all the time. It makes perfect sense, because I'm insane.

i just use other people's money :eek:

mike_st_louis
06-30-2007, 02:40 PM
If you have ever posted an escort ad on backpage, you would know that the ads are not free. FYI - The majority of the girls who post on eros also run ads on backpage.com. Try doing a little research before you come on our forum and try to talk bad about our site. Thanks.

Well, the personals ads are free -- and some "escorts" do post there, although they may not say that upfront in the ad -- they may only tell you that in an e-mail. True, the "escorts" section charges a nominal $5. You missed my entire point, though. Perhaps I didn't make it clear. On eros.com, the girls pay a substantial amount of money to advertise. In order to earn enough to pay to be on eros.com, they have to deliver the goods as advertised. Backpage and CL are free (or close to in, in the case of the $5 charge for Backpage), and they're not as likely to be legitimate. Not to say that they're all illegitimate, but there tends to be, in my experience, a higher degree of illegitimacy on CL or Backpage (e.g. fake pictures, people who exagerrate certain things, people using bait-and-switch tactics, etc.)

I'm not trying to "talk bad" about Backpage, as you suggest. I like it, and I think it serves a purpose. However, I think the term "let the buyer beware," especially when what you're buying amounts to a criminal act. If you get ripped off, you can't go to the police. I was suggesting that he excercise some caution and discretion, particularly when responding to backpage and CL ads.

In fact, the Maryland Heights, MO police department advertises regularly on Backpage in St. Louis in an escort fraud alert, saying that many of the advertisers on Backpage use a variety of scams. See:
http://stlouis.backpage.com/adult/classifieds/ViewAd?oid=oid%3A369180&name=escorts

I'm not aware of any police stings using Backpage ads, but I am aware of one that occurred in St. Louis where that same police department was placing fake ads on CL, in order to entrap people into soliciting an undercover policewoman. People answering the ad were directed to a motel, and were then arrested when they offered money to the police woman. A local TV station was in on the sting.

I've never heard of any police stings using eros.com

There is some crossover between eros and backpage, but I think if you follow your own advise and do a little research, you'll find that many of those who advertise on eros do not advertise on either backpage or CL

The bottom line is that anyone who is looking for prostitution on backpage or CL had better be careful -- and that you're probably better off going to eros.com, where you generally have a higher-class escort, and shenanigans such as police stings and scams are far less likely to occur.

ArmySoldier
06-30-2007, 04:55 PM
blah blah blah
Perhaps you should look up the definition of entrapment. Because it is illegal. If you are going to do play with fire, expect to get burnt.

richdon03
06-30-2007, 05:25 PM
Perhaps you should look up the definition of entrapment. Because it is illegal. If you are going to do play with fire, expect to get burnt.
There you are. I thought you died. I missed you, ya prick! :eek: Not in a gay way...:D

ArmySoldier
06-30-2007, 06:51 PM
There you are. I thought you died. I missed you, ya prick! :eek: Not in a gay way...:D
Uh huh....We all know you are hitting on me!

Syanis
06-30-2007, 09:31 PM
I'm wondering also if many of the escort ads are real myself. I keep seeing a couple of the same ones spammed from 5-15x a day depending which. One I called that was local and I couldn't even understand the person on the other end (bad english).

Gary1963
07-01-2007, 08:47 AM
I'm wondering also if many of the escort ads are real myself. I keep seeing a couple of the same ones spammed from 5-15x a day depending which. One I called that was local and I couldn't even understand the person on the other end (bad english).


Were they saying something like "Sucky Fucky $5" ????

Syanis
07-01-2007, 01:41 PM
Were they saying something like "Sucky Fucky $5" ????

Nope, one ad that looked at looked fine, listed in escorts as massage and such (there is a massage listing page after all). Noone spoke english that I could make out as a highly educated man.

mike_st_louis
07-01-2007, 06:51 PM
Perhaps you should look up the definition of entrapment. Because it is illegal. If you are going to do play with fire, expect to get burnt.

Cops do illegal things all the time -- falsify evidence, lie, cheat, steal. If you're arrested in a police sting, it can be entrapment. Unfortunately, you have to hire a lawyer and go to court and prove entrapment at trial. For someone who gets caught up in a prostitution sting, it's much easier -- and cheaper -- to hire an attorney and plea bargain it down to a lesser charge, which is what most of these people probably do. So, cops are able to get away with entrapment all the time.

Cluggy619
07-02-2007, 12:00 AM
Cops do illegal things all the time -- falsify evidence, lie, cheat, steal. If you're arrested in a police sting, it can be entrapment. Unfortunately, you have to hire a lawyer and go to court and prove entrapment at trial. For someone who gets caught up in a prostitution sting, it's much easier -- and cheaper -- to hire an attorney and plea bargain it down to a lesser charge, which is what most of these people probably do. So, cops are able to get away with entrapment all the time.

The cops are not the only thing you have to worry about....some of those ads are scams themselves. You may find yourself with a no-show, being robbed, or worst. Earlier in this post, some mention aspd.net. Within that site is also a alert page for such things, which will name a number of these ads fakes. Both on CL and BP. It's not the sites fault, scammers will post for the next victom without them knowing. So it is best to use both sites, this one and aspd to check out your provider.

Just a thought. :D

mike_st_louis
07-02-2007, 10:22 AM
The cops are not the only thing you have to worry about....some of those ads are scams themselves. You may find yourself with a no-show, being robbed, or worst. Earlier in this post, some mention aspd.net. Within that site is also a alert page for such things, which will name a number of these ads fakes. Both on CL and BP. It's not the sites fault, scammers will post for the next victom without them knowing. So it is best to use both sites, this one and aspd to check out your provider.

Just a thought. :D

I agree. Caveat emptor!