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Or of course snare them a Mug Punter who will take them as partner, this however doesn't work for long when the mug punter realises she's well past her sell by date and realises he can still purchase fresh stock (within date)  :music:

So true.

I've known two experienced WGs who retired and left the game after reeling in wealthy ex clients. Both claimed to be in love and determined to make the relationships work although both kept domain names, websites and punter contact details on standby.   :sarcastic:

Offline mh

I had to laugh at the term endowment policy, many escorts have that policy in response to anal.

 :lol:

But in common with the financial services industry, most girls with this policy seem to assume growth rates way beyond what is actually actually possible.

Offline ParisB

I think you will find that only amounts over 10,000 euros need to be declared at the airport ---------- the problem would arise if she then tried to bank it in her own country, she would have to explain where it came from.

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/customs/arriving/declaring-cash.htm#1

from my own experience its better to come back through a uk airport like belfast  rather than an irish one like dublin  for the uk  less chance of customs  in fact i have nevrer been stopped coming back from belfast to bristol /london  I but i have known of 2 escorts that had a substantial amount of money taken off them when they entered  Belfast from the isle of man or the channel islands as they are outside of the eu so not subject to uk laws 
and one in aberdeen airport who had a couple of thousand taken off her

I bought my car with cash 3 years ago with a large amount of cash - they didn't want to accept it  but i was quite prepared to walk away if they wouldn't have taken it and this wasnt a back yard dealer but a swanky bmw dealer with free m&ms so some will do deals for cash, 

But i do  save most of money i generally only have £10 -£15 in my purse for everyday stuff  and  i hate wasting it on what i see as crap  i have a nice lifestyle and don't worry about not being able to pay bills though which is the main thing

 I started making my some  general  plans on what to do when i would leave this business a long time ago,   Never saw the point in retiring every six months because i knew it wouldn't last  lol   
 

Offline k

I bought my car with cash 3 years ago with a large amount of cash - they didn't want to accept it  but i was quite prepared to walk away if they wouldn't have taken it and this wasnt a back yard dealer but a swanky bmw dealer with free m&ms so some will do deals for cash, 
Were you asked for some kind of ID when you made this purchase?  If you did then you are on the radar.   Even if you didn't provide ID there is a traceable trail - vehicle registration plates, insurance.

Offline Jimmyredcab




I bought my car with cash 3 years ago with a large amount of cash - they didn't want to accept it  but i was quite prepared to walk away if they wouldn't have taken it and this wasnt a back yard dealer but a swanky bmw dealer with free m&ms so some will do deals for cash, 

Not sure what you mean by "a large amount of cash", if it was over £10,000 then the car dealer is obliged by law to inform the authorities due to money laundering regulations.

Offline Marmalade

Not sure what you mean by "a large amount of cash", if it was over £10,000 then the car dealer is obliged by law to inform the authorities due to money laundering regulations.
Are all car dealers honest JRC?

Offline ParisB

Not sure what you mean by "a large amount of cash", if it was over £10,000 then the car dealer is obliged by law to inform the authorities due to money laundering regulations.


Yes it was slightly over 10k  and the rest i put on my credit card, but it was 3 years ago . They weren't used to taking large amounts of cash and i had to meet them at their bank so that could pay it in there and then,
 but i wanted some modifications done to the car so, i was happy to walk away if they wouldn't accept cash as i didn't want to have cash lying around  ( to easy to spend it on crap ) 

I gave them my drivers licence   

I wasn't worried  about the tax man because I could, even now prove where the money came from (small inheritance  and from selling previous car  ) so no worries on that score


But i agree that its hard to get rid of cash in some situations




Offline Marmalade

I knew a girl who kept a plastic bag full of rolled up bank notes. She'd convert ones she could to large notes and bundle them in very tight rolls of 1000. Only escorted for a few months.

Several others who are just spend it. Including attractive ones. It disapears on cocktails and clothes and raves and Ibiza. After two or three years they look shaged out and broke.

Some keep going for the lifestyle. A couple of calls a week to almost disturb the dust keeps them in buns and saves walking to the dole office.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Are all car dealers honest JRC?

Absolutely not, but she did make a point of saying it was a swanky BMW dealer and not Arthur Daley.  :hi:

Offline subzero

Regarding false ID to open a bank account, I suppose it would be possible to obtain a forged passport but most banks also want a utility bill.

Its much easier and cheaper to obtain a false utility bill than a half decent forged passport .
Everything is possible if you want it enough.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Its much easier and cheaper to obtain a false utility bill than a half decent forged passport .
Everything is possible if you want it enough.

If they can make convincing £20 notes then I suppose they could forge anything.  :unknown:

Offline smiths

Its much easier and cheaper to obtain a false utility bill than a half decent forged passport .
Everything is possible if you want it enough.

Indeed, when there are large amounts of cash at stake ways are found and people paid to look the other way. Not all poor EE countries have the interest in spending money on catching people for money laundering.

Offline Ali Katt

Absolutely not, but she did make a point of saying it was a swanky BMW dealer and not Arthur Daley.  :hi:
Don't mind 'er.

Offline cunnyhunt

There are very few who plan for an escape. It has been written before that many can not put credit on their phone or get out of bed so are unlikely to have made savings or plans.
When I worked and punted in London I have seen girls who would live a day at a time with no money to carry over, they funded a party and shopping lifestyle that they think will not end.
They should read the "is it quiet" thread on Saafe.


Surely any girl must realise that she must have a way to 'show'  where the money has come from ,mobile hairdresser  therapy provider etc
A guy we know had the pleasure of being interviewed by HMRC recently and he wsa convinced that it was all 'sorted' .
to cut a long story  short he was given the chance (3 times) in the interview to remember anything until thy finally showed him copies of

Bank accounts in his name
Bank accounts in his name at 2 other addresses
wifes acounts in her name ,maiden name and at her parents address
Cars he , his wife had owned in the last 10 years
Flights abroad in the last 10 years
Credit card statments his and wifes last 10 years
Mortgage and loans in the last  10 years
Pensions endownments savings etc

The outcome (NEGOTIATED)was a bill for £85000 plus fines and interest

he was shocked (stupid) that the HMRC got all the imformation so easilly


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