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10/30/14 01:03
KatherineMurphy
KatherineMurphy
Positive and negative reviews alike, appear to include intimate details about dates. Such as, the nature of escorts' participation and their "performance".

Despite being disrespectful, "kissing-and-telling" seems rather juvenile and self-serving towards the author's ego.
All that aside, could such reviews increase the possibility for legal intervention?
If so, what's the defense against evidence that more than likely comes from embellished rantings?

Reading things like, "Her lips were so soft...She greeted me with a hug, kiss and smile, wearing panties and nothing else...She let me go two rounds which helped to make up for the c-section scar...", aren't reviews, they're conquest brags and suspect for illegal activities.

Universal respect for safety, discretion and privacy is seemingly neglected, time and time again.
Could this prove to be detrimental to both the escort and hobbyist?
Should such reviews arise red flags about certain hobbyists?
 
10/30/14 03:01
SS Foxxy
SS Foxxy
Katherine, if you feel so strongly against reviews, then the answer is simply to ask your clients not to give one.
Some SP's believe it helps, because when clients/ hobbyists are looking, they look not only at the photo, but at everything, the profile, interview, interests, blogs, if any,, and yes, reviews, even though, what's good or bad for one, may and will be different for another. But on the same token, if she's gotten bad reviews from everyone, or almost everyone, chances are, she will be passed by.

BTW, if you're already having a complex, having self esteem problems, maybe wanting to only 'do it' with the light out, because of said scars, and have a hardened feeling towards clients, or prospective clients, then perhaps this is not the profession for you? it is, after all, not for everyone, it takes a special personality, special skills to make it.
But if you're serious, just enjoy, and you will be rewarded.

:)


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Love to tease, but aim to please!!
 
10/30/14 04:40
cristycurves
cristycurves
I do believe that to much information could lead to legal issues. If enough was said. Respectful gents don't kiss and tell, they may reco but they'll not give a step by step account. Those that do and especially that do without consent should be blacklisted imo as this isn't discreet. If they divulge intimate details how do we know they aren't letting others know ones locale, if one has one?
When we advertise we put ourselves out there and that opens a door for anyone to make comments, good or bad. In my experience you can't control what others say but you can control how you respond:)


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A naturally sexy sex kitten-do someone a good deed and a deed will do good for you!

http://www.cristycurves.com
 
10/30/14 06:11
Pip
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YIKES. I agree with all three of you lovely ladies. Happy days.

I don't like to write reviews because I like my privacy. I have only written two reviews in my time on this site. I removed the first when the lady left the business. Some time later I wrote the review which is currently posted. I tried to tread the line between giving assistance to the lady by writing a positive review, and maintaining both our dignity, privacy and respect. Its a tough gig.

I hate those reviews which describe every intimate and crude detail of what went on. I feel sorry for an escort who is exposed that way and I am surprised that none seem to make any comment about it, and in fact still thank the reviewer.

Cristy...see how much I have mellowed after our last tussle?
 
10/30/14 12:54
cristycurves
cristycurves
quote Pip :
YIKES. I agree with all three of you lovely ladies. Happy days.

I don't like to write reviews because I like my privacy. I have only written two reviews in my time on this site. I removed the first when the lady left the business. Some time later I wrote the review which is currently posted. I tried to tread the line between giving assistance to the lady by writing a positive review, and maintaining both our dignity, privacy and respect. Its a tough gig.

I hate those reviews which describe every intimate and crude detail of what went on. I feel sorry for an escort who is exposed that way and I am surprised that none seem to make any comment about it, and in fact still thank the reviewer.

Cristy...see how much I have mellowed after our last tussle?


Lol, good to agree and good to disagree, just be true to your opinion:)
I hear you though. It must be tuff for a gent when he wants to remain under the radar yet help someone he's met, appreciated and clicked with. Those who like to brag and share intimate details like an accolade to their manhood should realize this only harms their chances of meeting with other respectful ladies.
Pip don't mellow to much;)


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A naturally sexy sex kitten-do someone a good deed and a deed will do good for you!

http://www.cristycurves.com
 
10/30/14 14:02
Kailor
Kailor
On the matter of the legality of the reviews as providing evidence to a criminal charge, a review is at best hear-say therefore not admissible in a court of law at least in NA, now while illegal activities might be described in said review, it is posted by someone using a false name about someone else using a false name (that where hear-say comes from, prove that person X is really person A), and most specific one can get with the location portion of the review is a postal/zip code which of course in NA, could be as many as 25 to 50 houses in city, or one apartment/condo complex with 100's of units, and if we are talking more rural area then one postal/zip code could cover 100's if not 1000's of square KM's.

So yes theoretically a law enforcement agency could use a review site like this to build a case against a client or a provider. The Burden of Proof would be to high in this case for any LE agency to even pursue this as a course for conviction, when it would be far easier to go down to the local red light district and pick up couple 'johns' and/or 'streetwalkers' and call it case closed.


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10/31/14 12:45
cristycurves
cristycurves
Good points Kailor and true. But if there is a modicum of a chance for something to occur, that's to much for me, unlikely to happen but still possible. So it should give us all cause to rethink writing them. But then again when we aren't doing anything wrong why worry:)


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A naturally sexy sex kitten-do someone a good deed and a deed will do good for you!

http://www.cristycurves.com
 
11/05/14 15:53
KatherineMurphy
KatherineMurphy
quote cristycurves :
In my experience you can't control what others say but you can control how you respond:)


I shall do my best to be mindful of this, you hit the nail on the head! Thank you.
 
11/05/14 16:06
KatherineMurphy
KatherineMurphy
quote Pip :
I hate those reviews which describe every intimate and crude detail of what went on. I feel sorry for an escort who is exposed that way and I am surprised that none seem to make any comment about it, and in fact still thank the reviewer


Truly remarkable and considerate, thank you.


This post has been edited by KatherineMurphy: 11/05/14 16:07
 
11/05/14 16:13
KatherineMurphy
KatherineMurphy
quote Kailor :
On the matter of the legality of the reviews as providing evidence to a criminal charge, a review is at best hear-say therefore not admissible in a court of law at least in NA, now while illegal activities might be described in said review, it is posted by someone using a false name about someone else using a false name (that where hear-say comes from, prove that person X is really person A), and most specific one can get with the location portion of the review is a postal/zip code which of course in NA, could be as many as 25 to 50 houses in city, or one apartment/condo complex with 100's of units, and if we are talking more rural area then one postal/zip code could cover 100's if not 1000's of square KM's.

So yes theoretically a law enforcement agency could use a review site like this to build a case against a client or a provider. The Burden of Proof would be to high in this case for any LE agency to even pursue this as a course for conviction, when it would be far easier to go down to the local red light district and pick up couple 'johns' and/or 'streetwalkers' and call it case closed.


Thank you, this makes perfect sense!
 
11/05/14 16:28
KatherineMurphy
KatherineMurphy
Cristy, Pip and Kailor,
Your honest, sincere and patient replies on this topic have put my mind at ease. Infinite thanks!!
 
11/05/14 16:42
KatherineMurphy
KatherineMurphy
quote SS Foxxy :
Katherine, if you feel so strongly against reviews, then the answer is simply to ask your clients not to give one.
Some SP's believe it helps, because when clients/ hobbyists are looking, they look not only at the photo, but at everything, the profile, interview, interests, blogs, if any,, and yes, reviews, even though, what's good or bad for one, may and will be different for another. But on the same token, if she's gotten bad reviews from everyone, or almost everyone, chances are, she will be passed by.

BTW, if you're already having a complex, having self esteem problems, maybe wanting to only 'do it' with the light out, because of said scars, and have a hardened feeling towards clients, or prospective clients, then perhaps this is not the profession for you? it is, after all, not for everyone, it takes a special personality, special skills to make it.
But if you're serious, just enjoy, and you will be rewarded.

:)


SS Foxxy,

I apologize for your complete misunderstanding of my query and thus, compelling your rabid reply.
 
11/15/14 02:42
KatherineMurphy
KatherineMurphy
quote KatherineMurphy :
quote cristycurves :
In my experience you can't control what others say but you can control how you respond:)


I shall do my best to be mindful of this, you hit the nail on the head! Thank you.


Received a "negative vote" for my response.
 
11/15/14 02:49
KatherineMurphy
KatherineMurphy
quote KatherineMurphy :
Cristy, Pip and Kailor,
Your honest, sincere and patient replies on this topic have put my mind at ease. Infinite thanks!!

Received a "negative vote".
 
11/16/14 05:36
katrinaNW
katrinaNW
KM, sadly, in the US especially, reviews are a necessity. Because the work is illegal for both escort and client, escorts need reviews to prove that they are not law enforcement (LE). and clients need to post reviews to help show that they are not LE.

I am on a site called naughtyreviews, and even tho the majority of members are US based, I still received a couple of reviews. They do it because it is meant to help me, and to help themselves.

A legit client can have dozens of reviews, and a legit escort the same thing, dozens. A suspicious escort only has a couple of reviews, by handles that have only posted a couple of reviews. This is a red flag to legit clients, you see.

You can certainly ask for non graphic reviews. Bare minimum details, just that you are as advertised, on time, and a good choice. Once you have a dozen or so recent reviews, confirmation that you are not LE, you could return to a no review policy for new clients.

Even a negative review legitimizes any escort. I look at lukewarm fussy reviews this way: it still verifies i am legit, not a scammer, and the added bonus is that it will deter fussy guys, those who can never be happy regardless of who they see. I dislike seeing reviewers on Canadian sites (US clients are usually pretty great), and anything that will deter them from trying to book an appt with me I see as a bonus.
 

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