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Author Topic: TV escort asks for £10 deposit in mobile phone vouchers  (Read 3528 times)

No need to get GCHQ on the case... I'm sure they have good contacts at all the mobile networks that provide info for their investigations, with or without a search warrant.

Obviously not for a stood up punter, but for a robbed?  beat up?  murdered?  WG, they might go the distance.

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Offline Jimmyredcab

No need to get GCHQ on the case... I'm sure they have good contacts at all the mobile networks that provide info for their investigations, with or without a search warrant.

Obviously not for a stood up punter, but for a robbed?  beat up?  murdered?  WG, they might go the distance.

AFoAF
Murdered, yes they would pull out all the stops but I doubt they would spend too much time on investigating a WG getting robbed. :(

Offline Strawberry

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Having a recognisable number generally makes communications a lot better should there be problems getting to a booking, arriving late or having to ring for some other reason. If you have 3 "Johns" booked in mix-ups can happen. Had someone who liked to use a withheld number, caused all sorts of bother when he'd ring to say had arrived early but at the same time as I got a call from another withheld, which I answered thinking it was him and of course I couldn't ring him back to say "pop over I'm ready" when he left a voicemail. If something goes wrong, you miss confirmation or need to communicate something it just makes everything quite difficult.

Plus 99% of withhelds in my experience don't turn up or let you know they can't make it. That's far higher than those who do show their numbers. Oh and then there is the nice chappy who keeps phoning, with the same accent asking me the same old(with some variation) questions, twice a week for the last 12 months withheld number. Swears he's never spoken to me previously everytime. It's really getting boring.

I'll give withheld numbers a miss I think.

Offline GlasgowGirl

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I ask for a deposit of a mobile top up voucher if someone has previously not turned up without explanation. I always explain why to the client.

I wouldn't ask for one as routine though.

Contract phones can easily be traced.
PAYG phones can be traced quite easily if they have been purchased or topped up with credit / debit card.

and yes you are right, although there is no actual name attached to the phone if you buy in cash, don't register, and top-up in cash, they can still be triangulated to a quite precise location, but the police would only bother with that if it was a very serious crime.

I never answer witheld numbers or payphones as they are usually no-shows or last minute cancellations . Also for the reason that it could more easily be someone I know has seen my pictures (no face sorry Jimmy haha) and wondered "Is it her?" . My ex boyfriend found me on AW a few years ago when I only had one picture from the back with underwear on (and showing hair obviously) - I recognised his number calling the work phone after a spate of "withheld number" calls I ignored. If I had answered he would have been surer that it was actually me from my voice. Afterwards I got texts to my personal phone with links to my AW profile from him. He has since moved abroad thank god. Obviously someone clever would just use a cheap £5 sim or a mate's phone but I don;t think he was that clever  :D



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