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Offline Jimmyredcab

Ok, but these are the sorts of women that are probably not saving and are just spending everything they earn.
How can you advertise for free?
You even have to pay for your phone number on AW.

Most girls have a private gallery which covers the cost of displaying their phone number.   :music:

Online Louise 100% British

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If you can't pay for your phone number on adultwork out of your PG earnings then again, you ain't doing that well - not exactly a good advert!

My phone number is on my advert and i always use the green light, because aw don't allow you to write your availability in your summary.

But what I spend on AW, could still be a nice bit of cash, its still money. So it is not free.

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Are you serious  ?????????????????????????

Who do you think would employ you at £60 an hour ------------ maybe £7 an hour, if you are lucky.

If I could earn £60 an hour in a stable normal job, I wouldn't be escorting!

Offline Ali Katt

I'm sick of escorts moaning about paying a few quid for a taxi, or the price of rent or the fact they have kids to pay for, so do the rest of the world, but the difference is other people who work rarely earn £100+ an hour for lying on their back and talking absolute fucking bullshit for half of it.

Offline EnglishRebecca121

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Anything nice to say...... anyone.???? :unknown: cheer up Its wekend tomorrow

Offline Jimmyredcab

I'm sick of escorts moaning about paying a few quid for a taxi.

Most pro$$ies will charge more for an outcall ------------------ so WE pay for the taxi, not them.    :hi:

Offline Jimmyredcab

Anything nice to say...... anyone.???? :unknown: cheer up Its wekend tomorrow

Not for me, I have to work for a living.    :(

Online Louise 100% British

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Most pro$$ies will charge more for an outcall ------------------ so WE pay for the taxi, not them.    :hi:

I normally drive when I go to an outcall, but I charge more for the travel time.
If I use a taxi I keep the rate the same if it's local, but I would expect the man to pay the extra cost.

Offline Matium

I would not want to do escorting For £60 an hour. I would work for £60 in a "normal" job, it's a good wage.

The average man earns about £16 per hour while for women it's £14.60 per hour.

WGs just don't realise how lucky they are.

Average earnings in Britain

Offline Jimmyredcab

The average man earns about £16 per hour while for women it's £14.60 per hour.

WGs just don't realise how lucky they are.

Why do you think so many retire and return within a month, they can't handle life in the "real world".    :hi:

Offline J

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Yes dear, but all those costs are ones you choose to pay - in view of your more affluent lifestyle (compared to not being a prossie).

Those are just the costs of running the business basically. As with any self-employed role you foot all manner of costs yourself, the rent of an in-call place/hotel and associated utilities costs are just one of them along with clothing/cosmetics/cleaning/hygeine etc etc. It all adds up! As to out-calls you could add the cost of a car and its running costs to that if the said escort is travelling regular distances.
Its really not as straightforward as a 100 per cent profit!

Offline Jimmyredcab

Those are just the costs of running the business basically. As with any self-employed role you foot all manner of costs yourself, the rent of an in-call place/hotel and associated utilities costs are just one of them along with clothing/cosmetics/cleaning/hygeine etc etc. It all adds up! As to out-calls you could add the cost of a car and its running costs to that if the said escort is travelling regular distances.
Its really not as straightforward as a 100 per cent profit!

More total nonsense.    :dash: :dash: :dash:

Being a prostitute is nothing like running a legit business.

Offline J

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More total nonsense.    :dash: :dash: :dash:

Being a prostitute is nothing like running a legit business.

Escorting/prostitution is an entirely legal business. If you reckon certain individuals aren't doing things legitimately then why don't you go and report them to HMRC?
The point is escorts have bills to foot in exactly the same way as any other business, to suggest otherwise is nonsense. Its a form of self-employment just as say driving a cab is.
« Last Edit: April 11, 2013, 12:54:40 PM by J »

Offline Jimmyredcab

Escorting/prostitution is an entirely legal business. If you reckon certain individuals aren't doing things legitimately then why don't you go and report them to HMRC?
The point is escorts have bills to foot in exactly the same way as any other business, to suggest otherwise is nonsense. Its a form of self-employment just as say driving a cab is.

I didn't say prostitution was illegal -------------------- I said you can't compare it to running a legit business, I don't know a single prostitute who is registered with HMRC, if they did that they would not be able to claim benefits. 

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Offline skittish

Escorting/prostitution is an entirely legal business. If you reckon certain individuals aren't doing things legitimately then why don't you go and report them to HMRC?
The point is escorts have bills to foot in exactly the same way as any other business, to suggest otherwise is nonsense. Its a form of self-employment just as say driving a cab is.

Yes most WGs have some sort of overheads but wouldn't you agree their profit margins are much higher than almost all sole traders or small businesses? Which is what thread is about really.


Offline J

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I didn't say prostitution was illegal -------------------- I said you can't compare it to running a legit business, I don't know a single prostitute who is registered with HMRC, if they did that they would not be able to claim benefits.

Why would they want to claim benefits if they're on £1500 a week? Sounds an odd assumption to make. I certainly pay my tax bill and don't claim any benefits whatsoever. Do you ask every escort you visit on her tax affairs btw?

Offline Jimmyredcab

We dont ALL claim benifits :unknown:

That may well be true however ALL the girls who I have seen on a regular basis do claim benefits ------------ including free accommodation. 

Offline Marmalade

Those are just the costs of running the business basically. As with any self-employed role you foot all manner of costs yourself, the rent of an in-call place/hotel and associated utilities costs are just one of them along with clothing/cosmetics/cleaning/hygeine etc etc. It all adds up! As to out-calls you could add the cost of a car and its running costs to that if the said escort is travelling regular distances.
Its really not as straightforward as a 100 per cent profit!

It's money you choose to reinvest. Like the 'posh' slapper with the Gucci watch - she 'had' to buy that stuff to attract people hat would pay her rates. If I buy a new suit, a car stereo, various other niceties to make my customers feel better - maybe a Ferrari ....

Offline Jimmyredcab

Why would they want to claim benefits if they're on £1500 a week?

Simple answer.

By claiming benefits they keep off the radar of HMRC ------------------ plus not all pro$$ies earn £1500 a week.   :hi:

Offline J

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Yes most WGs have some sort of overheads but wouldn't you agree their profit margins are much higher than almost all sole traders or small businesses? Which is what thread is about really.

Sure that's the attraction of doing it isn't it? Why else would a person want to have sex with x number of random people who she doesn't know or often feel any kind of attraction to with all the social drawbacks of this, possible health implications etc; if there was no financial incentive or lifestyle perk? I also think the income assumptions many make are skewed from the reality of it.

Offline Marmalade

We dont ALL claim benifits :unknown:

If you are so desperate for someone to say something nice, why do you keep winding the punters up here?? Do you want a fluffie kiss or genuine respect. (Fluffies are like German Shepherds - they kiss anything that moves and smells a bit.)

Offline EnglishRebecca121

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That may well be true however ALL the girls who I have seen on a regular basis do claim benefits ------------ including free accommodation.
  without sounding rude What do u mean free accomdation

Offline Jimmyredcab

Do you ask every escort you visit on her tax affairs btw?

Absolutely not, however a few of my regulars have let little things slip in conversation, for example when one girl told me that she was looking for a new flat but the rent had to be below £600 a month because that was the most she could claim for in benefits.

Offline J

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Simple answer.

By claiming benefits they keep off the radar of HMRC ------------------ plus not all pro$$ies earn £1500 a week.   :hi:

So why don't you shop them then if you're convinced that's what they're up to? Seems odd you'd keep handing over your money to people who's ethics you question and who flout the benefits system.


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